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    just buy it an tell her it cost $400 . now if you guys share the same bank account, thats your problem
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    skip the KB on a 302

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    I want a KBB over a Centrifugal because this is a car that I drive on the street and is not raced. So the bottom end torque is more important to me. I allready have a car that needs to rev to make power, I don't want a second.

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    Kenne Bell is a go.

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    Picked it up today!

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    wow, 4 days ago you said "in the next few month you'd get one" . where did you get it at? what model?
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    I was looking around and found one at a good price and sold the idea to my fiance and then went and picked it up. Its the 1.5, it came with a 70mm throttle body, a ProM mass air meter, boost and fuel pressure gauges plus lines, cold air intake and filter, FMU w lines, spare case oil and everything needed to have it running today but I cant find a babysitter so its most likely going to have to wait until tommorow.

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    Car should have sweet throttle response with that blower and make decent power. Fun power curve to drive for sure.
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    Yea I am really excited to get it installed. The only thing I am worried about is the lack of a compressor bypass, so before I install I may go ahead and get that piece of insurance added in.

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