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    SCH Moderator regattacoupe's Avatar
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    J-Trim streeter?

    How would one of these honkers be in a car that sees around 2000-3000 streetmiles a year? just curious :D
    89 Coupe with parts stacked inside of it and about 30#'s of dust on it with no end in sight. :weird:





    Although I am collecting parts for a 12.5:1 393 :D

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    Don't see why you couldn't use it. It's a big blower though physically like an x or xx trim ;) If you are interested in one Brent, let me know I have someone with two of em, cogs, belts, brackets etc.

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    It's too bad i got the T trim then. I was interested in them. How much would he want?
    89 Coupe with parts stacked inside of it and about 30#'s of dust on it with no end in sight. :weird:





    Although I am collecting parts for a 12.5:1 393 :D

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    I think he wanted like 1700 for each kit but I'm not positive

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    How can i get intouch with you about getting a complete J-trim kit?

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    Call up Robert Varoujanian at 661-291-2375 He owns and operates Fast Track Performance in Newhall, CA http://www.fasttrackperf.com Make sure to tell him Chris sent you. It's been awhile since I've talked to him but he had 2 complete kits a year ago just sitting around.

    Just an FYI the cases are bigger than a t/ys unit, they have the mondo sized housings. They are a driver side race blower. Like most blowers they can be driven on the street, but they are not in their prime unless they are spun pretty hard. Like most race centrifugals the distance from the impeller to the housing is larger in anticipation of heat expansion when spun hard, so it won't be as efficient at lower impeller speeds on the street just putting around.
    Last edited by Hustler; 12-19-2004 at 04:02 PM.

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    CHRIS WILL GIVE HIM A CALL THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR HELP..

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    CHRIS WILL GIVE HIM A CALL, THANKS YOU FOR ALL YOUR HELP..

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