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Old 30 Dec 2011, 09:28 am
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Im thinking of street rodding a PT, anyone ever channel one? Looks like it would be an easy job. And yes, RWD with a big a$$ motor
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Old 30 Dec 2011, 12:37 pm
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Im thinking of street rodding a PT, anyone ever channel one? Looks like it would be an easy job. And yes, RWD with a big a$$ motor
Check out these two threads:

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http://www.ptcruiserlinks.com/forum/...ersion-25.html
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Old 30 Dec 2011, 12:47 pm
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Old 31 Dec 2011, 02:56 pm
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Im thinking of street rodding a PT, anyone ever channel one? Looks like it would be an easy job. And yes, RWD with a big a$$ motor
Check out this PT with a 5.7 dodge truck Hemi - does that qualify as a big motor?
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Old 31 Dec 2011, 03:32 pm
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I'd like to see a streetable V8 PT hold the road with pretty much no traction. My buddies 400hp+ turbo PT has a hell of a time getting traction, especially at the track. Sometimes you can have too much power.
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Old 31 Dec 2011, 03:34 pm
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How about the PT Truck with the Viper Engine.



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I'd like to see a streetable V8 PT hold the road with pretty much no traction. My buddies 400hp+ turbo PT has a hell of a time getting traction, especially at the track. Sometimes you can have too much power.
Is it a built 2.4 Turbo or v8? Along with channeling you would have to tub it a bit, no trouble really. Ive seen S-10's, comparable weight wise pull some pretty fast times.
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