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Old 06-29-2007, 11:03 AM
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blazer is running now, will be white soon ,i hope , needs new carb on the way, lil more tunning will be lots of fun

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Old 06-29-2007, 11:06 AM
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a few more pics

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Very nice. I watched your slideshow, and that thing has come a long way. What does it run?
 
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Old 06-29-2007, 01:48 PM
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it didnt run good at all, blazer went straight as an arrow, stopped good, felt good, bad carb, loading up, getting a 750 double pump set up, looking to go in 12's with motor , want to go in the 10 in a few years, new motor and a glide and a big vert
 
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Man, wish I had the money to throw on a drag racer! Sweet Blazer though!
 
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why did you do so much chassis work just to go 12's. my stock 4.3L with a turbo goes 13.0 on a hotday with open diffrential 7.5" 10-bolt with nitto street radials?

not calling out just wondering why that is all "necessary" just added a **** ton of weight. hit it with a shot of nitrous or do a simple twin turbo set-up (they are not as hard as everyone thinks) especially if you got the room under the hood like it looks you do.

 
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Old 08-11-2007, 09:46 PM
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why did you do so much chassis work just to go 12's. my stock 4.3L with a turbo goes 13.0 on a hotday with open diffrential 7.5" 10-bolt with nitto street radials?

not calling out just wondering why that is all "necessary" just added a **** ton of weight. hit it with a shot of nitrous or do a simple twin turbo set-up (they are not as hard as everyone thinks) especially if you got the room under the hood like it looks you do.

If you read the thing I wrote, is says I want to go in the 10's, I want to have a 5500 vert, leave on a brake and go in the 10's, that is why I built it the way it is, I have 3 kids and am on a budget, with time I will have a 10 second ride, for now I will run 12's or 13's as long as I am racing I am racing and I also like back halfed rigs, when I wear out slicks will go to 31x16.5 and still have room , For now I am over budget and out of funds, with time she will run good
 
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