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Old 02-11-2006, 22:50   #1 (permalink)
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Mickey Thompson 2x4

I've Had A Cross Ram Mt Staggered Intake And Also The Dist. Shaft That It Needs Was Wondering If It Was Worth The Trouble Over My 427 2x4 Now On My Gta....thakks & Let The Spinning Tires Smoke!!!!!!
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They can be made to run very well. Power down low might be a bit mushy but the upper power band is kickin. CSX 3015 was the Bill Cosby "Dual everything" Cobra and ran one ontop a sideoiler with a pair of Paxton superchargers. Underhood clearnace might be a issue. Is your GTA a Fairlane or Mustang? Also what 2x4 setup are you running now? A low riser or medium riser? As far as looks go the crossram gets the nod. They like cam duration @ .050 236-244 and will pull to 5800-6000 before slacking off. I'd certainly keep your exsisting 2x4 setup as an alternative if you don't like the crossram. The MT crossrams are fetching some big bucks. Intakes go for $800 and up and with the dizzy drive add another $300-400. What are you running in the GTA now...390, 427, 428?

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