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Curtis G
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7/09/2005
14:51:35

Subject: KRC 408 Question
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What kind of MPG does the KRC 408 get? I have been thinking of replacing my blown 318 for either the KRC 408 or the KRC Lightning Killer. Which would be the better choice ?



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7/11/2005
05:50:39

RE: KRC 408 Question
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What year is your truck? I got 20 mpg with the 408 in my '95 5-speed.

Bill White - KRC Performance
'02 QC Sport Plus, 4x4, 4.7, 5spd, 3.55 LSD, Leather, Sirius, 180 t-stat, NGK 2262's, KYB Gas-A-Just Shocks, MBRP Stainless Split Duals, Superchips, HO Cams, MP Air Filter

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7/11/2005
18:31:32

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I have a 1999 Dakota CC... I just got my hands on a complete 360 out of a ram .... i think i will use it as a base for a buildup. Can stock 360 heads be able
to be used on a 408 until I can afford a set of 2.02 R/T heads?



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7/11/2005
18:35:53

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Yes, but you'd be better off waiting, matching up your cam to your heads to your whole setup.

Bill White - KRC Performance
'03 SRT-4 w/goodies

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7/11/2005
19:38:06

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ok .. next question..... on the KRC site it says that the deck needs to be 9.550 equalized ..... thats measured from the crankshaft centerline right?
A local shop told me that it is measured with the pistons installed and that it would cost me about $550 for them to do it ..... my brother is in the orlando area... what shop do you use for all your block work ?



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