From: C. E. White on

"Big Al" <sal1(a)qwest.net> wrote in message
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>
> "JoeSpareBedroom" <dishborealis(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:ZjSLh.5135$B25.172(a)news01.roc.ny...
>> >>
>> > BTW: GMC is still showing the 8.1 as an option??
>> >
>> > Al
>>
>>
>> Go check their web site.
>>
>>
>
> Unlike you, I did:
>
> Engine, , Vortec 8.1L V8 SFI, (330 hp [245.8 kW] @ 4200 rpm, 450
> lb-ft of
> torque [607.5 N-m] @ 3200 rpm) (L18) $950.00
>
> Right from the GMC website. The Duramax is $6030 now!

I don't see the 8.1L listed as an option for a 2007 GMC. Where did you
see it?

Ed


From: C. E. White on

"Mike Hunter" <mikehunt2(a)mailcity.com> wrote in message
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> As quoted directly for the Ford Dealer Order Guide What part of,
> "Trailer Tow Package" includes Class IV trailer hitch receiver,
> 7-pin wiring harness, upgraded radiator and upgraded auxiliary
> transmission oil cooler (requires 4.6L or 5.4L Triton´┐Ż V8); aux.
> trans. oil cooler only with 4.2L V6 A/T, did you not understand?
>>
>
> mike

I don't understand what you are trying to say now. According to the
ordering guide, if you get the 4.2L V6 with an automatic transmission,
you get an auxiliary transmission cooler (apparently, you normally
don't get an auxiliary transmission cooler at all with the V-6). If
you get the 4.6L or 5.4L V-8s you get an UPGRADED radiator and an
UPGRADED auxiliary transmission cooler. So with either V-8 and the
trailer towing package, you get an upgraded radiator and an upgraded
auxiliary transmission cooler (one of the V-8s is required to get the
upgraded components). For the V-6 with the trailer towing package you
get an auxiliary transmission cooler (you can't upgrade something that
wasn't included in the first place). Go look at the complete ordering
guide and things should be clear even to you. And I have already
pointed you to an actual truck on a dealer's lot that included the
trailer tow package and a V-6 engine. Wasn't that enough for you? Are
you so dense that you can't recognize that you have the facts all
screwed up?

Ed


From: C. E. White on

"Scott in Florida" <askifyouwant(a)mindspring.net> wrote in message
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> I just did a goggle
>
> Ed White Toyota Fan
>
> and got 784,000 hits....

You really should do "Ed White" Toyota fan (111 hits), or "Ed White
Toyota Fan" (0 hits). The quote marks are important.

Ed


From: Scott in Florida on
On Thu, 22 Mar 2007 10:46:53 -0400, "C. E. White"
<cewhite3(a)removemindspring.com> wrote:

>
>"Scott in Florida" <askifyouwant(a)mindspring.net> wrote in message
>news:vm1503pfs3n1tdg4hq8cnbpigmee7ft1av(a)4ax.com...
>> I just did a goggle
>>
>> Ed White Toyota Fan
>>
>> and got 784,000 hits....
>
>You really should do "Ed White" Toyota fan (111 hits), or "Ed White
>Toyota Fan" (0 hits). The quote marks are important.
>
>Ed
>

LOL....I know....

Just jestin ya a bit...

--

Scott in Florida



From: Whitelightning on

"C. E. White" <cewhite3(a)removemindspring.com> wrote in message
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>
>
> The Nextel cup has nothing to do with the "real" world. Nothing in those
> cars has anything to do with a "stock" car in any meaningful way.
>
> Ed

Perhaps not, perhaps yes. But consider the power plant, a 358 cid cam in
block 2 valves per cylinder , push rods, and a single 4 barrel carb pushing
a 3400 pound car upwards of 220 mph, and toyota cant get enough horsepower
out of their engine.
And a lot of what goes on on the track does find its way into cars..

Whitelightning