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Hey ironhand03 do you have any pics of the projects your working on?
My H/C/I package wont be released until its tested. Once I do release it you will be amazed and shocked.

Work is keeping me so busy I havent had a chance to run down and pick up the mock up motor yet. I tried to last weekend but "friends" are unreliable at beast.
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Im doing it in Wisconsin.

Sorry for the massive delay but I've been working alot of hours lately and took on another project for an Aftermarket Performance company.

If anyone wants to try a prototype H/C/I package, please PM me. It'll cost about 5K installed(Ill do the install myself) and it will require a tune as well.
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Im doing it in Wisconsin.

Sorry for the massive delay but I've been working alot of hours lately and took on another project for an Aftermarket Performance company.

If anyone wants to try a prototype H/C/I package, please PM me. It'll cost about 5K installed(Ill do the install myself) and it will require a tune as well.
Question about the heads, you asked for a set of 3v heads, are they based on stock heads and ported/polished? Or are you just using them as reference and coming up with a whole new design?

Main reason I ask is, i hope you're aware of the spark plug problems the early 3v heads have. I'm hoping that spark plug hole gets redesigned so that it can use regular normal plugs...
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A low boost supercharger application I can do for relatively cheap
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Will it have the supercharger whissle?? Lol and what is relatively cheap??
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Question about the heads, you asked for a set of 3v heads, are they based on stock heads and ported/polished? Or are you just using them as reference and coming up with a whole new design?

Main reason I ask is, i hope you're aware of the spark plug problems the early 3v heads have. I'm hoping that spark plug hole gets redesigned so that it can use regular normal plugs...
A completely new head. Not a 3Valve head.

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Will it have the supercharger whissle?? Lol and what is relatively cheap??
Whissle??? Not really. More like a scream, or a whine

For just SC setup it'll run in at 4K shipped to your door.

I literally have about 6 projects in the works at this time. So it would take about 4-6 weeks to get it built and shipped. I could do it quicker if you absolutely needed it.
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Please don't let this project die! I want these parts BAD! I hope your H/C/I can be had in an extreme application, not just towing....

Last year my winter job didn't line up and I was forced to sell my Kenne Bell. It broke my heart but paid my bills for a month.

Now I'm working a year round job and started on my truck again.

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My tire/wheel combo sitting next to my DD PSD....

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It hasnt died at all. Its actually managed to move forward even though Ive been buried in work. Just need time and money to get it done. lol
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It hasnt died at all. Its actually managed to move forward even though Ive been buried in work. Just need time and money to get it done. lol
Any sort of time frame in mind? I read elsewhere Comp doesn't even do V10 cams anymore, true?
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Any sort of time frame in mind? I read elsewhere Comp doesn't even do V10 cams anymore, true?
At this rate it will be 6+ months but it may not take that long. Its just technically out there and not something you can turn out in short order.

From what I know Comp doesnt do V10 cams anymore but if you want a set of custom grinds then let me know and I can get one made for you.
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At this rate it will be 6+ months but it may not take that long. Its just technically out there and not something you can turn out in short order.

From what I know Comp doesnt do V10 cams anymore but if you want a set of custom grinds then let me know and I can get one made for you.
That would be amazing!

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2003 F350 Single Cab V10
Hedman Headers with Y-Pipe
Snorkel Intake
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Rockwell Axles - 6.72 Gears
52" Ag Tires
Approx. 7000 lbs.

Most wheeling done in low range first or second gear at mid to high RPMs. I have a 125 shot laying around that I would like to add this summer as well.

Edit: I'd be happy to data log for you as well...
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That would be amazing!

Specs as follows:

2003 F350 Single Cab V10
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Rockwell Axles - 6.72 Gears
52" Ag Tires
Approx. 7000 lbs.

Most wheeling done in low range first or second gear at mid to high RPMs. I have a 125 shot laying around that I would like to add this summer as well.

Edit: I'd be happy to data log for you as well...
Give me a exact RPM range you need the torque and where your ok with the power failing off. Is it only a trail truck or is it street driven alot too?

I'll make some phone calls and see what I can do on a set of cams.
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Give me a exact RPM range you need the torque and where your ok with the power failing off. Is it only a trail truck or is it street driven alot too?

I'll make some phone calls and see what I can do on a set of cams.
Strictly trail truck. I'll have to double check my RPM range. Just out of curiosity is crower building your cams?
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Strictly trail truck. I'll have to double check my RPM range. Just out of curiosity is crower building your cams?
Nope but they can be an option.

Do you want to replace the stock springs and retainers as well? It will allow me to go higher with the lift and duration.
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Nope but they can be an option.

Do you want to replace the stock springs and retainers as well? It will allow me to go higher with the lift and duration.
I was just curious on the manufacturer, you had mentioned speaking to Crower himself earlier.

Yes to changing springs and retainers. I mainly use 3000 to 5000 RPM. A good peak point would be 4000. It's a not a mud racer, nasty mud trails and hills for the most part, I would rather have more power at higher RPMS though.
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