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  1. Kyle Childress

    Kyle Childress Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    If i had to do my engine over again in my truck i would have gotten a big block, but at the time i couldn't afford to build one. it would have been double what i have in this small block...... but the smiles per gallon would have been worth it.
     
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  2. silverscottsk10

    silverscottsk10 Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    That's why I sold my 454 block, being a gen v it would have been 10k yo make it a 496 like I wanted

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  3. 73c20jim

    73c20jim Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Just upgraded my account to supporting member. Just the access to the reference material is well worth the price.
     
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  4. HotRodPC

    HotRodPC Administrator Staff Member

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    I do beleive the reference material is available to registered members that are signed in. Of course Fully Driven appreciates the support, but to the best of my knowledge we don't hold any info hostage or put anyone in a headlock to get them to sign up like many forums do. I'll look into that to make sure the reference library is available to signed in members. You might be right, a few things did change with the software upgrade that we weren't aware of. You do get a bigger avatar, bigger mailbox and a few other minor features though and I'm not sure yet what we worked out on the GMSB Sticker decal but you should also get one of those.
     
  5. 73c20jim

    73c20jim Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Was not trying to infer lack of access. Just saying I appreciate the reference stuff so take my money.
     
  6. silverscottsk10

    silverscottsk10 Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    I need a steeker for 2 face

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  7. HotRodPC

    HotRodPC Administrator Staff Member

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    OK, I get it now. Again thanks for any support.
     
  8. Old77

    Old77 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Hit up @bluex :wave:
     

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