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Just wanted to share the Dyno experience with all y'all here on TriFive! It was a lot of fun running the car myself and putting it through the gears while rolling the drum. First time I got to do that on a rear wheel setup and enjoyed every minute of it.
 

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Great video 55.You must be happy that it
Dyno-ed 530 horses at the rear.:):):)
Your '55 looks and sounds great.:tu:tu:tu
I like your gauges.Are they Dakota?

:bowtieb::bowtier::bowtieb::bowtier::bowtieb:

Doug
 

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Great video 55.You must be happy that it
Dyno-ed 530 horses at the rear.:):):)
Your '55 looks and sounds great.:tu:tu:tu
I like your gauges.Are they Dakota?

:bowtieb::bowtier::bowtieb::bowtier::bowtieb:

Doug
Yes Doug. Dakota VHX gauge pack and the controls are up behind the dash. Nice stuff. Glad you like the sound of the car too...because I love my Hooker Aero Chambers. Best mufflers on the planet bar none.
 

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Yup...went to cruise night Wed evening and rolled my foot into it on the way out. Nothing but fried tires as a result of it. I'm totally diggin it and it doesn't need a clutch or a converter to get it going. Just slowly push the go fast peddle to the floor and it'll sizzle the tires. :)
 

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Wow Graeme! you are an artist and perfectionist...even the song is nail in the head, man! great video, I enjoyed it very much :congrats::congrats::congrats: You can bet I´m going to tune my combo also from rear wheels too.
 
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