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    Sundances Motor from Slow91 (Chris)

    Guys Ray wanted a little bit of love put into his motor so we pulled her apart and sent it to Chris. I will say it again. Chris does very nice work. I have had him do a couple of motors for me and am very impressed. Enjow. And ofcoarse input if you like.
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    Damn love that engine porn!

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    Nice who's the dug in the black bobos

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    Thats Ray looking at his motor just like a kid in a candy store... He wants to ride it so bad.

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    Tell ray he's got Bo Bo's lol

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    And Chris can't work on a motor unless I say ok . Haaaa naa that skimp knows enough that I feel comfortable to build my motor or any motor on this site with endorsement but he s still a shit eater

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    This is my first time using ARP head studs and nuts. This is the only way to go. Reuse them as many times as you want. Austin (water4fire) insisted on using them and glad for his input. He has been a great help on this rebuild as I had never taken a 4-tec apart or tried to assemble one before. Will post results.

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    Whats this going in Ray? Your RXT?

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    Yes Troy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
    This is my first time using ARP head studs and nuts. This is the only way to go. Reuse them as many times as you want. Austin (water4fire) insisted on using them and glad for his input. He has been a great help on this rebuild as I had never taken a 4-tec apart or tried to assemble one before. Will post results.
    Did you radius the valve cover to fit the ARP studs???

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