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Pickel
Member
posted July 03, 2004 08:20 PM
A friend of mine has had some carb. work done from KPlugnut. It was a 4412 2 barrel. Unfortunately he blew his motor. He let me borrow the carb. and I was very happy with work on the carb. The throttle response was great. It made my 355 come alive. I don't want to give it back and told my buddy that over the phone. lol I recommend that if you need carb. work send it to KPlugnut.


juliaferrell
Member
posted July 03, 2004 09:32 PM
I agree.


snowman
Member
posted July 03, 2004 09:39 PM
You just cannot go wrong with KP.....Fantastic work and service....

Thanks KP
good luck
snowman


Scoot
Member
posted July 04, 2004 10:01 AM
I agree also.

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Scoot
Smith Racing Team
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dtd_93
Member
posted July 04, 2004 07:34 PM
belive it or not his carbs have even crossed the boarder i got one up here in canada.. love the thing... my 357 has come alive


ford5
Member
posted July 05, 2004 06:08 AM
My modifieds have been performing well with KP's carburator work for 3 seasons now...I am very pleased with his work and his pricing, there isn't many places in this world anymore, that you get your money's worth, from a guy! I am sticking with KP!
Thanks Dayton, for everything.
ford5


KPLugnut
Member
posted July 08, 2004 02:03 PM
Gee, a guy goes away for a week on vacation and look what I miss! Thanks for the great compliments, everyone!
It's racers like y'all that make it worth getting out of bed in the morning.
But keep in mind, I've made as many goof-ups on carbs as anyone else, too. I always try and make 'em right before I'm done, tho, so if ANYONE ever has ANY issues with their carbs or any other work we've done for ya, PLEASE don't hesitate to shout at me either here or via email or the phone and I'll stick with ya till we get it right.

Thanks again also, to Jammin for making these forums one of the best places for racers to hook up and trade "secrets". :-)

See ya Monday when I return!

KP


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