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    Keep this in mind...maybe it isn't a fuel...

    Keep this in mind...maybe it isn't a fuel problem. Maybe it's sucking too much air on 2 and 3 , possible leaking intake gaskets?
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    From 2.100 to 1.888 is .212 you're removing. ...

    From 2.100 to 1.888 is .212 you're removing. That's .106 per side in a circle That's almost 1/16 inch per side. That's a pretty good amount of material
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    I can't say it WONT be a problem because you're...

    I can't say it WONT be a problem because you're taking a lot of material off. And less material is always gonna mean less strength but as far as it being the same hardness all way thru ...it will be
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    Do they still make that? I haven't seen that in...

    Do they still make that? I haven't seen that in years!
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    With something forged or cast its molded then...

    With something forged or cast its molded then "case hardened" which makes it harder on the outside
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    That's kinda what makes something billet....it's...

    That's kinda what makes something billet....it's machined from 1 solid chunk of steel or aluminum or whatever. So the hardness is the same throughout.
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    Doesn't matter...it's obvious brad is nascars...

    Doesn't matter...it's obvious brad is nascars golden boy now. Fines and penalties handed out to members of the 24 team and the 5 team. No penalties for harvick or brads team. They must be Teflon
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    A horse is a horse of course of course unless...

    A horse is a horse of course of course unless that horse is of course the famous mr brad
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    Those do work great. I have them on my impact and...

    Those do work great. I have them on my impact and air ratchets
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    Anonymous is correct. Even GM says the "benefits...

    Anonymous is correct. Even GM says the "benefits are minimal" of filling tires with nitrogen. Just make sure to keep your compressor drained and that u have a good dryer on the compressor and it...
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    And for the guy that sent me the message abt...

    And for the guy that sent me the message abt corvette and Cameros linked stability control and tpms.....when tpms light comes ON. Stability control goes OFF via the traction control system. The 2 are...
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    Directly from GM..Here is what GM says about the...

    Directly from GM..Here is what GM says about the use of Nitrogen in tires: GM's Position on the Use of nitrogen Gas in Tires (From GM's document #05-03-10-020C: Use of nitrogen Gas in Tires - Apr 27,...
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    You're either drunk,high,or just plain stupid!...

    You're either drunk,high,or just plain stupid! Maybe YOU should go get your family dr to let's say check you for a concussion or maybe a psychological test. Maybe find all those engineeres you talk...
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    Oh, and by the way....they used compressed air...

    Oh, and by the way....they used compressed air in automobiles for over 100 yrs. it works just fine. Even with TPMS
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    And how would you know the tires have been filled...

    And how would you know the tires have been filled with nitrogen??? Any guesses?
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    You have no clue. Tpms isn't even linked to...

    You have no clue. Tpms isn't even linked to stability control, except for a few Chrysler vehicles that use abs wheel speed sensors to determine low tire pressure. All tpms does is activate a light/...
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    It may not be the covers....sometime it's all abt...

    It may not be the covers....sometime it's all abt the gaskets
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    Yes that too is another factor. So drive er in...

    Yes that too is another factor. So drive er in hot and slow er up fast and watch those tire pressures
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    Ok. In street tires it has nothing to do with...

    Ok. In street tires it has nothing to do with tpms. Hell Chrysler doesn't even use tpms sensors on most cars. It's abt holding consistent pressure to reduce tire wear. And in NASCAR they use it...
  20. Anyone seen jeremy may fields new take it back campaign

    Anyone seen the take it back campaign jeremy mayfield has going on to bring racing back to its roots?
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    Why not? Gonna have the down time anyway. Better...

    Why not? Gonna have the down time anyway. Better to start on a fresh motor than realize 2 or 3 races in your loosing power because of wear. And that "restore" stuff....stay away. Yes it can bring...
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    Lol. No guru. Worked for DEI for a while and...

    Lol. No guru. Worked for DEI for a while and know some people. That's it
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    Well. There are 2 Hendrick powered cars still...

    Well. There are 2 Hendrick powered cars still in.. Gordon and harvick. And none of the remaining 8 cars left in the chase use autolite. 6 use Bosch and 2 use champion. Hmmm. Maybe those...
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    And if u read what the U.S. dep of energy states...

    And if u read what the U.S. dep of energy states for e85 to be labeled e85 it states it can be a blend of anywhere between 51% to 83% ethanol and still carry the label e85. That's a wide range!
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    . E85 is rarely actually e85. It jumps around so...

    . E85 is rarely actually e85. It jumps around so much because of water. Ethanol is hydroscopic,it will absorb 100% of its weight in water weather it's moisture in the air,rain seeping into storage...
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