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Location: Clearwater, Fl

« Reply #15 on: December 24, 2014, 10:52:52 pm »

The upper is sitting on the bench right now full of engine degreaser...next to the biggest hammer I own. If I don't drag it out to the curb and smash it till my arm goes numb, I'll probably have it hot tanked.
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Location: Tickfaw, Louisiana

« Reply #16 on: January 01, 2015, 09:14:39 pm »

i have an xe258hr on a 302. very happy with it. <6500rpm cam.

95gt, stock forged 302 shirtblock, canfield 195's, canfield efi intake; efi sheetmetal elbow, xe258 (208/216 .550), 90mm accufab TB, 69mm gt45, 3in cold side, a/a intercooler, water injection, ba5000 maf, 80lb injectors, moates quarterhorse, stock manifold modified & a log manifold, twin 2in up pipes, 60mm wg, 3.5 dp dumped, 14psi, 3.27s, solid bushing rear upper/lower team z suspension, team z tubular k member and A arms, front coil overs with strange 10 way all the way around. TKO600, stock flywheel, ram replacement pressure plate and kevlar/organic disc. 450rwhp 12.39 @ 123.5mph 3400lbs
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Location: Santa Barbara CA

« Reply #17 on: January 25, 2015, 04:09:33 pm »

I have a similar set up: stock 5.0HO bottom end, AFR 165's, Explorer intake (ported) and 65m/m throttle body, 24 lb. injectors, long tube headers.

I installed an XE264HR-14 in it and have been very happy with it. It runs real hard for what it is, and was not hard to tune for speed density.
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