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 on: Today at 07:02:31 PM 
Started by 98Dak408 - Last post by magnumman
Sweet!  Nice post!

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 on: Today at 11:35:02 AM 
Started by 98Dak408 - Last post by 98Dak408
I didn't realize it but Larry Shepard lives in my area.

He apparently knows the guys at Mancini Racing where I picked up my copy from.

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 on: Today at 11:34:32 AM 
Started by 98Dak408 - Last post by 98Dak408
Finally, a decent book detailing the 2003 to present hemi engines by Larry Shepard.

It's about flippin' time.:biggthumpup:

Book No SA404. 

ISBN No. 978-1-61325-357-1

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 on: Today at 08:21:12 AM 
Started by JessyJ - Last post by JessyJ
What expences do you think I will encounter? fuel rails, injectors am I missing something? I want to get this working. How much $$ are we talking for the parts. I,m pretty sure I will get the cables part figured out. Thanks for your help on this.

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 on: January 15, 2018, 01:06:49 PM 
Started by JessyJ - Last post by 98Dak408
If you don't want a lot of expense and difficulty, sell the 4-bbl TB you have and use a bored throttle body such as a 52mm http://stores.hi-potek.com/hipotek-52mm-performance-throttle-body-machine-modified-dodge-jeep-5-2l-5-9l-v8-magnum-1996-03/ or 53mm http://stores.hi-potek.com/hipotek-53mm-performance-throttle-body-machine-modified-dodge-jeep-5-2l-5-9l-v8-magnum-1996-03/

 

 6 
 on: January 15, 2018, 09:33:01 AM 
Started by RockAuto - Last post by RockAuto
RockAuto Now Offers Batteries!

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RockAuto now offers ACDelco, Deka, Exide and Motorcraft AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) batteries! 4X4 enthusiasts and racing teams have long relied on AGM batteries to withstand extreme vibrations off-road and on the track. AGM batteries are now an affordable, dependable, durable and safer battery for daily-drivers as well. A leaking traditional flooded lead-acid battery could always cause damage under the hood. Many newer cars have the battery mounted in the trunk (boot) or interior where leaks can create a whole new set of problems.

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 on: January 13, 2018, 05:18:28 PM 
Started by JessyJ - Last post by magnumman
Yes they are the same gaskets. 

RockAuto has the gasket set for $12.71 which includes the plenum gasket that you don't need. 

You get 5% discount code from RockAuto for being a BionicDodge.com member, you can get it here ------>  http://www.bionicdodge.com/bionic/index.php?topic=13163.0

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 on: January 13, 2018, 07:32:24 AM 
Started by JessyJ - Last post by JessyJ
I like the fact that there is no plenum gasket. Just wondering if it use,s the same gaskets as the stosk kegger?

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 on: January 11, 2018, 05:01:02 PM 
Started by JessyJ - Last post by magnumman
So the mopar pcm was 1 of the first things I did to the truck20 years ago, it was about $400 back then but well worth it. I took it off once and put the stock 1 back on to do a long road trip, boy it was like losing a cylinder or 2. But back to the fuel injectors and the fuel rail problem. I can make this work with a 1/2" spacer, but would rather not. I don,t want this getting too high because of the shaker hood setup. Can I get shorter injectors? And where can I source a different rail like 98Dak408 spoke of. I don,t know of anyone around here in British Columbia that can fab those up. Thanks for any suggetions.

Send 98Dak408 a private message by clicking on his username, he makes the fuel rails and can hook you up with the injectors you need.

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 on: January 11, 2018, 06:27:01 AM 
Started by JessyJ - Last post by JessyJ
So the mopar pcm was 1 of the first things I did to the truck20 years ago, it was about $400 back then but well worth it. I took it off once and put the stock 1 back on to do a long road trip, boy it was like losing a cylinder or 2. But back to the fuel injectors and the fuel rail problem. I can make this work with a 1/2" spacer, but would rather not. I don,t want this getting too high because of the shaker hood setup. Can I get shorter injectors? And where can I source a different rail like 98Dak408 spoke of. I don,t know of anyone around here in British Columbia that can fab those up. Thanks for any suggetions.

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