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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-21-2004, 08:11 PM Thread Starter
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Is a chain saw a garage tool?

What's up wit this?

That crazy old Leland is now cutting up his intake for his 5.4L SC with a chain saw? Apparently he is opening the sinus passages!



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that's the best tool to use if you find that you have a "log jam" in your intake.

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Geez, I didnt wanna publish that till I had a chance to dyno it, but hey I guess Ive been caught with my pants down...Its strictly a work in process at this time, but the runners will be shortened up to about 11" on the truck manifold, and the "virtual " plenum size should almost double... Hoped for result: some more HP, and a little less of that nasty bottom end tork that ruins my tires and makes the car get squirrely... should be done in a couple weeks and then dynoed Then... I will have more to say about chainsaw hot rodding, ..I hope
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that's the best tool to use if you find that you have a "log jam" in your intake.
[ Damn, Birdbrain! Too funny! ROTFLMAO! Log jam!
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-22-2004, 03:31 AM
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I undetstand completely. All you really need in your tool box is a chain saw, and The Big Hammer™. Who could ask for anything more?


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Miller; the name is Leland, but you may call me crazy jake
Oops... The spelling is fixed.

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Thanx, Miller....

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