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jayson33 
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This is my 16 year old sons ride We have been building for the past 1 1/2 years its a work in progress We have done ALL the work our self not finished but close she gets new paint in 2 weeks Still waiting on sports

mirrors and ram air hood to get here let us know what you think Got any ideas let us know here is the low down

Motor is a 5.7 liter 4 barrel Holly carb Holly pro injection intake MSD dist. plug wires

double humped heads FlowMaster headers 350 turbo trans w/ Hurst shifter 4.11 pos track

belltech lower kit  -5 front -4 rear Toxic shocks Clear marker lights with LEDS

New raidator w/ dule electric fans

System is HU Alpine CDA-9883

Clarion Pro Audio 6.5 comp. w/crossovers

Boston 4X6's 

Kicker CVR DVC 2 ohm 12" subs x 2

Cewrian Vega 10" 4 ohm subs x 2

2 Alpine V-12s MRV F353

2 Alpine V-12s MRV T303

2.0 digital stiffing cap

RED top Optima battery

My wife thinks bagging a truck means you kick it in the truck nuts
spookiestylez 
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Posted: August 02, 2008 at 11:46 PM / IP Logged  
sounds pretty cool, you should get some pics posted so we can see it. A picture is worth a thousand words.
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jayson33 
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1984 Blazer S-10 -- posted image.
1984 Blazer S-10 -- posted image.
1984 Blazer S-10 -- posted image.
1984 Blazer S-10 -- posted image.
1984 Blazer S-10 -- posted image.
1984 Blazer S-10 -- posted image.
1984 Blazer S-10 -- posted image.
1984 Blazer S-10 -- posted image.
My wife thinks bagging a truck means you kick it in the truck nuts
jayson33 
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Sorry pics are not better guys I will post pics of out side when I get Phantom grill & new hood Painted Which I plan on painting this week

My wife thinks bagging a truck means you kick it in the truck nuts
upscaler 
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I like the steel braided lines on the engine.  How does it run?  That is looking pretty good,  give us some more pics.  We are greedy like that.  lol

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jayson33 
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It turned out to have way more hp than I wanted for my 16 year old son. So I have been letting him drive my 95 mustang 5.0 for practice
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jayson33 
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upscaler wrote:

I like the steel braided lines on the engine.  How does it run?  That is looking pretty good,  give us some more pics.  We are greedy like that.  lol

Upscaler

Run like a scaled dog Around 481 h.p.
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upscaler 
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yeah Id say it does, way over 400.  that is some power esp. in a s-10 blazer.

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spookiestylez 
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overall looks pretty cool.
suggest a few zip ties though...
rtfm
jayson33 
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I was installing a Hornet alarm system when pics were taken. kinda looked like R2D2 puked in the floor.

But its installed and tucked away nicely now.

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