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Re: Can I attach a srt4 head to a 1989 t2 common block??

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A properly running 20 psi TII setup will run 12's in a Omni with slicks with mostly stock TII parts.

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That's about as fast as I wanna go for basic street racing, the pope has tutored me on building a S60 Omni so thats what I'm working on right now... I just need to hunt down injectors and a 3bar map sensor besides the minivan harness so I'm close on that build.. I didn't know there was such a painless srt swap into an omni, the person who explained it to me a few months back was saying how he had people custom fabricate mounts and all kindsa welding was involved. I guess things have been made easier since he built his but how he explained it kinda spooked me lol.
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Re: Can I attach a srt4 head to a 1989 t2 common block??

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That's about as fast as I wanna go for basic street racing, the pope has tutored me on building a S60 Omni so thats what I'm working on right now... I just need to hunt down injectors and a 3bar map sensor besides the minivan harness so I'm close on that build.. I didn't know there was such a painless srt swap into an omni, the person who explained it to me a few months back was saying how he had people custom fabricate mounts and all kindsa welding was involved. I guess things have been made easier since he built his but how he explained it kinda spooked me lol.
BTW a S60 setup built right, good driving and slicks is a high 11 second car in an Omni. Not 12s lol. The 20 PSI thread is basically a stock GLHS with trans and chassis mods for 12s, and exhaust. Dave Z was running 11.8 with his S60 GLH, you can do better today not worse lol
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Re: Can I attach a srt4 head to a 1989 t2 common block??

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That's about as fast as I wanna go for basic street racing, the pope has tutored me on building a S60 Omni so thats what I'm working on right now... I just need to hunt down injectors and a 3bar map sensor besides the minivan harness so I'm close on that build.. I didn't know there was such a painless srt swap into an omni, the person who explained it to me a few months back was saying how he had people custom fabricate mounts and all kindsa welding was involved. I guess things have been made easier since he built his but how he explained it kinda spooked me lol.
shoot me a pm in regards to that mini harness if you still need one

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