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3.41 was on my old paddles, I'm not sure where I will end up now, so much stuff has changed in the past year and a bit

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Hey Clint,

The engine is being built by the same guy who did Myron's. Precision Race Engines in North Vancouver. He has been awesome to deal with and Myron's 532 was enough proof for me that he knows his stuff. He builds some monster truck stuff too, he sent me a video of one on the dyno.

Lots of offers coming in for tires! I might have to try to rent a set to see which ones I'm going with lol!

Hopefully the water has dried up enough to get the trucks out so I can start working on it. I'll post a pic tomorrow. It's never been that wet where we parked the stuff so it's kinda holding me up.

I need to learn how to drive with this projected power before the nitrous, but you never know
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now if there was an engine-PLAY TIME!
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Got a good deal on some cut 39.5's with bead lock wheels! So I'm switching to Dana 60 rear. Cheaper to build the 60 and keep the wheels then to switch the wheels and build my 9". A little unsprung weight back there will help me out too.

Thanks for the stuff Myron
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No worries, hope they work well for ya. You are sure to kick some pro stock *** with them!!

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You still got more cutting to do on them tires, then scoop the lugs along with a back cut. It will make a world of difference
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Back cut is done, could use some cleanup and scoops done though. After doing 4 tires, I lost interest in cutting more rubber out lol

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I feel your pain. You think 39.5's are bad, try cutting/scooping a set of 44's!
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Ya if I ever decide i want another set, I'm just gonna call Scott at RITD and order a set haha

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I would like to get around to scooping them out, probably a good buffing stone(s) and one cold weekend it will be done! I once ground all the wear bars off a set of 38" TSL's trying to get everything I could out of them, guess what, by the 5th tire I didn't care anymore either!
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Speedway motors sells the tire groover. As long as the tires are nice and warm, it makes cutting easier. Myron did most of the hard work, now you get the fun part of digging out the lugs and seeing how much more aggressive you can make them. I hated doing the main carcass, but seemed to enjoy scooping the lugs. Guess I'm just wierd like that.
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more pictures, hoping to have it very soon. or at least a picture of it going together would be nice. these are from awhile back but got lost I guess.
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mmm love the smell of new parts lol

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all I can smell from where I'm sitting is burning money lol!
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Nice how is the truck coming?

Is precision still doing the engine work?
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