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Old October 16th, 2010, 02:40 PM
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Being the frugal guy I am, I plan on pulling the charger off this winter, cleaning the intercooler as preventative maintenance, but I think maybe I should port the blower while I'm at it. I have access to a mill at work, just I dont particularly know how I should open up the ports.

Should I do it my self? Should I spend the money to have someone else do it and pay the freight back and forth too.

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Well, you can talk to my guy Gary at G&S Performance Engines. He does some insane porting jobs. I've seen him work on a set of aluminum heads for a few days and when he finished, what a job dude, very detailed work. The guy is know for building fast engines. Most of them insanely high horsepowered strip engines. He also ported my heads. Here are a few pics of an engine he built that I recently got to watch race. I also have video of this car doing a wheel stand... pretty sick! Anyway this car with this engine is a 7 second monster. It don't get any better than that unless you got more money!











Here is a video that I took of his shop toy, I was deaf for about two weeks!
You will hear a dog barking and he actually never stops, if you crank it up
you can still hear the dog barking! This thing was pretty damn loud at idle!

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Here is a link to the video of the above 1972 Challenger and other cars burning serious rubber!

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Those guys have any contact via email so I can write them and they can get back to me whenever? All boils down to cost.

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Yeah dude,

Gary
G&S Performance Engines
201.438.0777

He has an email address but in my opinion, you should give him a call and discuss things that way. Be sure to tell you are a member of FTC. I'll be swinging by there this week, I'll give him the heads up.






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