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Old November 2nd, 2007, 05:42 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by aimmotorsports View Post
have 37" ssr's and 3/4 ton 10/ 14 bolt combo in the process...
on leaf springs? 200hp, 37s and a 10 bolt with stock shafts will break, if you put alloy shafts in it you already paid to upgrade to a 60 without any room to grow. you can however get away with it if you dont wheel that hard.....


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vortech 4.3 s/c
by the time you fork out the 3k for a blower (roots/screw or centrifical?) and the 2 grand for a reliable vortec you could have had just about any other engine out there. packaging would be a serious issue too.

if you're set on supercharged; a 3800 with some tweeks to a 904 to a d300 or whatever would be the way to go. if not supercharged go for the most power for the least amount of weight in the smallest package.

if money doesnt matter the perfect engine for a tracker would be probably the 2008 cts 3.6L with direct injection and VVT...... 300hp with lots of torque all over
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