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srv1
06-04-2005, 07:32 AM
But something a little different:

James

88FoxBird
06-04-2005, 11:30 AM
Umm, whats hiding under the hood? Usually dont see that wide of a rear tire and skinnys up front with a stock engine. Looks good tho.

lostbrew
06-04-2005, 04:35 PM
so where in binghamton were those pix taken? i don't regognize the area at all.

srv1
06-05-2005, 12:56 AM
Umm, whats hiding under the hood? Usually dont see that wide of a rear tire and skinnys up front with a stock engine. Looks good tho.

A stock engine...... :giggle:

James :D

srv1
06-05-2005, 12:58 AM
so where in binghamton were those pix taken? i don't regognize the area at all.

Where? Well in the first picture, the background is Tri-Cities airport and Enjoie Golf course. Look a little familiar now?

James

87thunderbirdBlackJack
06-05-2005, 01:31 AM
can anyone say a canidate for "gas milage of the month"?

lostbrew
06-05-2005, 11:01 AM
ive only been up to the airport once and that was to turn around cuz i went the wrong way. but never been to the golf coarse just the parks. chenengo park or what its called i belive. back in 03 like january-march did u see a brown and semi orange beat up cougar driving around there? if so that was my first cougar.

Tbird232ci
06-05-2005, 12:55 PM
i just got 28mpg going to up carlisle, and probably about 26 on the way back :)

thats a damn nice look Yota you got there ;)

88FoxBird
06-05-2005, 01:31 PM
Hell yea it is. I was thinkin it had something beefy under the hood tho the way it looked.

Chris1987LX
06-05-2005, 02:12 PM
Does that have the 22R?

Good looking truck.

Chris

srv1
06-05-2005, 08:15 PM
Yeah it has the 22R in it. The R is for reliability not for race! :D I want to sell my Mustang and put the built 306 in that or put it in my bird and put the stock motor of the Mustang in the truck.

I want to lower it a little. I dont want to "slam" it but just a tad lower will be nice. I was thinking about throwing a turbo on it but that gets expensive. I have most of the parts to do it anyways.

James

Chris1987LX
06-09-2005, 01:23 PM
Hey, don't knock that motor! You can get some very cool mods for it. L.C. Engineering and ToySport are two places to look for info. If you ever need anything for it let me know as I have plenty of spare R series parts - a block, two or three heads, and a bunch of other parts.

I just picked up dual 45mm Webers for my 20R not too long ago.

Chris

srv1
06-12-2005, 11:09 PM
Hey, don't knock that motor! You can get some very cool mods for it. L.C. Engineering and ToySport are two places to look for info. If you ever need anything for it let me know as I have plenty of spare R series parts - a block, two or three heads, and a bunch of other parts.

I just picked up dual 45mm Webers for my 20R not too long ago.

Chris

Yeah I know about those two companies. Look at their prices! The 22r is a stout motor but the money I put into that I can get out of a stock HO motor carb'd with way less money. I had a set of Weber sidedrafts complete but sold them cause I didnt want to mess with balancing the carbs.

My other Toyota truck has a Crane cam and a Downey header on it with custom exhaust.

James