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Re: Can an engine breathe better and still have good low end torque
DoubleDingo #1413502 Fri Jun 11 2021 03:24 AM
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And they'll make your hair thicker, increase your testosterone, give you a natural musk scent and add 20% muscle mass to your upper torso...


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Re: Can an engine breathe better and still have good low end torque
DoubleDingo #1413510 Fri Jun 11 2021 05:08 AM
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Don't forget the high octane unicorn farts for the ultimate boost


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Re: Can an engine breathe better and still have good low end torque
DoubleDingo #1413855 Mon Jun 14 2021 05:03 PM
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For the record, my last response was meant to be funny as everyone else had turned towards the comical side of things. We definitely have a mixed bag of personalities in this forum, and that is what makes it entertaining, and sometimes frustrating, but always educational.


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Re: Can an engine breathe better and still have good low end torque
DoubleDingo #1413867 Mon Jun 14 2021 06:30 PM
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As a Frenchman once said: La plus perdue de toutes les journees est celle ou l’on n’a pas ri. Translated by many as "a day without laughter is a day wasted" and more literally translated as "the most wasted of days is when we haven't laughed."

Did you know France owned Texas (part of it anyway) for roughly 5 years?


Jon

1952 1/2 ton with 1959 235
T5 with 3.07 rear end
Re: Can an engine breathe better and still have good low end torque
DoubleDingo #1413905 Mon Jun 14 2021 09:15 PM
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I inherited the funny bone from my grandma, she always had a great attitude. Grandpa was the hard ***. But he earned it fighting in WWII in the 106th Inf. Div., 423rd Reg. Company B.

I did not know that about Texas. Interesting.


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Re: Can an engine breathe better and still have good low end torque
DoubleDingo #1413920 Mon Jun 14 2021 11:10 PM
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Read up on the Louisiana Purchase. France "owned" a large chunk of the current US, including most of the Missouri River basin, stretching up into Montana.


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Re: Can an engine breathe better and still have good low end torque
DoubleDingo #1413928 Tue Jun 15 2021 12:08 AM
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Um, well...actually the Louisiana Purchase only included parts of Northern and Northwestern Texas, didn't it? The US tried to claim...well you can read some of it here (including Spain's agreement regarding Florida and what the treaty of 1819 said the US had to do regarding Texas:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_colonization_of_Texas


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