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Nice! I believe that is the same size as my rear FR500's will be. :up:

Are they for 10.5 rears? Put a tape measure across that bad-boy and see how wide it really is! :hyper:

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I just don't see any real advantage of the HP over an MS3-Pro. I can see several advantages of the MS3-Pro over the Holley HP.


 


I don't think i'm being biased here. Just looking at the facts.


 


Build looks great!!!


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I just don't see any real advantage of the HP over an MS3-Pro. I can see several advantages of the MS3-Pro over the Holley HP.

I don't think i'm being biased here. Just looking at the facts.

Build looks great!!!

MS3 is the little enclosed box isn't it?

Think it would be OK to mount outside in the engine bay?

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Matt, does your six spin the 245's easy, or do they hook?

My junk just spins al day with the 245's so hoping the 315's do better. :yes:

 

They hook up pretty decent, and they did well enough on the BlueCoupe as well, same size, same tire.  The 66 is a little nicer to them due to the way the power hits vs the instant hit the HCI 302 had.  I dont have to pedal at all with the 66 like I did the coupe.  Once I get the carb dialed in and things leaned out a tad it might be a different story due to adding some power but I wont know till I get there.  The 275/15 mickey Thompsons did a good job traction wise on the BlueCoupe but the best 60ft I could muster was a 1.65 and most were 1.7s but it took away the tire spin in 2nd which helped get it down the track alot quicker and easier.

 

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MS3 is the little enclosed box isn't it?

Think it would be OK to mount outside in the engine bay?

http://www.diyautotune.com/catalog/ms3pro-standalone-ecu-only-p-539.html

 

Matt Cramer has his mounted 12" from the manifold to test heat durability and has no problems. They have sealed connectors too. I would not hesitate to put it under hood.

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