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we shall see how all that toy stuff holds up then with the power of the 302
When did we start conversing about a 302? I thought we were talking about 1 ton axles!

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post #32 of 36 (permalink) Old 12-11-2004, 02:27 PM
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i am talking about motors and it came from us talking about the axle shafts holding up....so if they dont hold up after he puts a 302 in, he is going full width d60
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Ohhhh I see now, I skipped reading that part of Zac's post LOL

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yeah, ill put the front 60 to match my rear after i explode the front 44 when i put the 302 in. ive also sourced a 99 cobra motor for pretty cheap. but i got to look into the the cobra motor. one note though, ive watched a few heeps with ramjet 350's on scout D44 axles front and rear on 39.5's bounce it off the rev limiter all weekend long and never break anything, these guys are either lucky or hell i dont know because its been like 2 years since they have broke anything

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Ohhhh I see now, I skipped reading that part of Zac's post LOL

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are they locked in the front?
yep, running mosers or superiors and the longfield ujoints. and the way their motor sits right center above the axle would make you think they would break stuff like tooth picks but i guess they just have good luck, i on the other hand always break stupid stuff, like the throttle cable or some stupid shit like that

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