Tuff luv

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mantaray
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Re: Tuff luv

Post by mantaray » Thu 29 Oct 2015, 13:18

doesn't matter, it looks lekker to me for one, "chrome wont get you home"
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ters
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Re: Tuff luv

Post by ters » Thu 29 Oct 2015, 15:29

moparmad wrote:So here is how to massage a 383 into a chev luv, or if you want how to make a chev faster :mrgreen: (for all the mopar guys)
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: . Are you running Torqueflite 727 box? How did you connect the kick-down linkage?

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Re: Tuff luv

Post by bmwmaniac » Thu 29 Oct 2015, 18:07

holy cow. how did you manage that even with that monster fan?
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Re: Tuff luv

Post by moparmad » Fri 30 Oct 2015, 06:48

Chrome wont get you home! Love that thanks Mantary.
Yip Torqueflite 727 with custom build linkage to have that kick down working. Also fitted a shift kit to the box to make it more responsive and shifts to 2nd with some tyre squeal.
Fitting it was no easy task, but an angle grinder sorts out any problem. New fire wall was constructed to get that 383 as far back as it will go.

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Re: Tuff luv

Post by Burnthosetyres » Fri 30 Oct 2015, 08:19

All go and no show is better than all show and no go!
They're yours, they're enjoyed..: that's all that matters! You often see Mopar with a Chev motors....: very seldom the other way round!
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Re: Tuff luv

Post by MOJO » Sat 31 Oct 2015, 13:48

Very sneaky love that, oops luv. ;)

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Re: Tuff luv

Post by Bearhawke » Sat 14 Nov 2015, 19:34

Chevy LUV in RSA? I thought that Isuzu was only named that for the Canada/USA markets.
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Re: Tuff luv

Post by Shaunp » Sun 15 Nov 2015, 07:02

I see a xr3
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Re: Tuff luv

Post by Waterhond » Sun 15 Nov 2015, 15:19

Chevy LUV in RSA?
Bearhawk - When this truck was introduced to South Africa, around 1972, it was marketed as a Chevy LUV. In 1975, I think, the name changed to Isuzu KB20, up until 1979. We also had a KBD20 diesel.

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Re: Tuff luv

Post by motor1 » Mon 16 Nov 2015, 11:47

Shaunp wrote:I see a xr3
Me too, more pics and info on that please!
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