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    Hehe just testing Marc.
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    Oh god, don't use gay fonts, i'm totally changing that shit for sure!!!
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    • #3
      No shit sherlock

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      • #4
        Send Marc to the looney bin, he is talking to himself. RAWR!!
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        • #5
          Oh yeah, definitely limiting the fonts!

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          • #6
            dont start with the gay shit.....
            Originally posted by ECOtec Gods
            Consider this: 800 hp is a lot on a 2.0L motor. With 750hp, three-quarters of a thousand you're basically dealing with 6.14 hp per cubic inch. Pressures and stresses of all kinds thermal and mechanical loading across the board escalate to extreme levels. A Chevrolet 5.7-liter LS1 V8 with this much specific power (horsepower per cubic inch) would be making 2,137 hp

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            • #7
              Originally posted by AC66Bronco View Post
              dont start with the gay shit.....
              Ok faggatron, stop posting with the second account.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by adamkob32 View Post
                Ok faggatron, stop posting with the second account.
                it was actually the only account that i could reset the password for myself LOL
                Originally posted by ECOtec Gods
                Consider this: 800 hp is a lot on a 2.0L motor. With 750hp, three-quarters of a thousand you're basically dealing with 6.14 hp per cubic inch. Pressures and stresses of all kinds thermal and mechanical loading across the board escalate to extreme levels. A Chevrolet 5.7-liter LS1 V8 with this much specific power (horsepower per cubic inch) would be making 2,137 hp

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