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Old 08-20-2008, 05:32 PM
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Im making this thread, even though the truck might not be mine for long. Thinking about selling it before heading over to the middle east for a semester.




Drivetrain specs:
-'95 5.2L V8 bottom end
-Mopar Performance R/T 5.9L V8 top end components
-Mopar Performance R/T cam
-Mopar Performance R/T heads
-True double roller timing chain
-K&N FIPK with "functional" '70 Dart Swinger ram air scoops
-Underdrive pulleys (not installed - including an alternator with the underdrive pulley)
-Nitrous Express Dodge EFI wet kit (Adjustable from 35-250 .. 100 shot injectors in there at the moment),
-Screamin' Demon Coil
-8mm Accel wires
-Accel spark plugs
-Accel cap & rotor
-46RH (A518) transmission from a '95 Dodge Ram 1500 with 75k miles on it, shifts awesome!
-Chrysler 8 1/4 rear with 3.91's and a Suregrip (posi-type)

Suspension:
-Belltech 3" front and 4" rear lowering kit
-KYB gas adjustable (automatic) shocks

Misc:
-Dynomax catback
-Extang bed cover
-Sylvania Silver Star headlights
-GT Grant chrome/black steering wheel
-Sir Michaels roll pan
-LED "Line Of Fire" light bar
-Super White reverse lights
-REAR tint (not sure what %) only
-American Racing "Neptune" 15x7" polished aluminum rims (they are in need of some TLC)
-Yokohama Avid S/T 255/60-R15 rears and 235/60-R15 fronts (Almost brand new up front, decent tread in the back .. not sure but I'd guess 15/32?)
-SSBC "Short Stop" Slotted Rotors w/ High Performance Pads

With a 100 shot it puts 307 hp / 390 lb. ft. torque to the ground. It ran a 12.7 @ 108 in the 1/4 on 150 shot, 13.1-13.3 with 100 shot, and 14.1-14.4 N/A. Spray runs on drag radials and N/A was with street tires.
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Old 08-20-2008, 05:42 PM
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cool truck, i would try and keep it, but you do what you got to
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Old 08-20-2008, 06:45 PM
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Saw a truck just like this in a local car sales book, Identical to it as a matter of fact
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Old 08-21-2008, 04:31 PM
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cool truck, i would try and keep it, but you do what you got to
Thanks. The truck has some small issues, and I really don't have the time to take care of them. In addition, I am at a point in my life where speed really isnt everything. I am going to put that money in a high interest CD, along with the money I made this summer, and try to get something a bit newer next year. I am also already thinking about graduate school, so having some money saved might be nice!


The guy is coming by on sunday to take it for a spin, and give me a deposit to hold it till his truck sells.
(Anyone want a '94 F150? lol)
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Old 08-26-2008, 07:26 PM
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Guy should be here any minute to take it off my hands, so I figured I would put up a few last pictures while it is still technically mine!

Paint isn't bad for a 16 year old truck that has been abused for all of its life!!




(rollpan was rattle canned apparently, hence why it all peeled off)


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Old 08-26-2008, 08:06 PM
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Awesome!!!!!
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Old 08-26-2008, 08:23 PM
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Haha i had no clue it was Steve the pirate.

Nice new name

Anyways, nice truck! Did he take it?
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Old 08-26-2008, 08:47 PM
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lol, about that....
Had the money in my pocket, shook, they were pulling out of the driveway... SOB stalled!
For some reason, when put into reverse right off of a cold start, it will die. If you start it, put it in drive, then put it in reverse, its fine!
And on top of that, the taillights weren't working for some reason, so he didn't want to risk driving it home.

Hes coming back with someone that knows their sh!t... but I won't be here
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