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Old 08-13-2015, 05:24 PM   #11
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That 6.2L is an AWESOME engine!

That's an interesting comment. I don't think I have ever heard anyone refer to a 6.2 that way.
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That's an interesting comment. I don't think I have ever heard anyone refer to a 6.2 that way.
Ever had a GM 6.2L? I had 4 of them in my military trucks. TOUGH engine. LOVE 'em. Easy to maintain, easy to hot-rod. Plenty of torque if not overloaded. Had the turbo 400 tranny behind 'em. Solid combination. Still have that set up in my M1031. For a 9K pound truck it gets about 15 m.p.g.
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Ever had a GM 6.2L? I had 4 of them in my military trucks. TOUGH engine. LOVE 'em. Easy to maintain, easy to hot-rod. Plenty of torque if not overloaded. Had the turbo 400 tranny behind 'em. Solid combination. Still have that set up in my M1031. For a 9K pound truck it gets about 15 m.p.g.

I do have them in 2 vehicles. One is a 1983 3+3 Chevy Crew and the second is 1990 something Chevy school bus. I have not started either yet.
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Old 08-24-2015, 10:04 AM   #14
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Here is another update. I have added a few screens on the inside of the windows, floor is basically finished. I just need to add in the coach 8d battery and wiring.
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