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So, its official! I started at Magnuson in Ventura today.

The first thing I did was rebuild a 5.3L SSR blower. AMAZING. New Rotor assembly, new housing, new bearings, press out press in, grease here, loctite there... torque torque torque, set belt and DONE!

In reality it took us about 4 hours, but mostly because the guy that was teaching me was explaining how everything works and the right way to assemble. It was awesome.

MARK~!~ time to save your pennies!

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The most awesome thing is that I dont do individual sales... :welcomeFP::D :D

But what I CAN do, is hook you up with whatever vendor you prefer and help with a discount... now that isnt happening yet, since I just started the job YESTERDAY. But be patient my children...

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well we cant tune it right

Never say never:

Milzy Motorsports

MP Racing

60* Inclusive

These companies would love to tune an M62 powered LX9 or LZ4 powered G6.

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That's awesome! That would be such a fun job, lol. Tell them you know someone with one of their 3400 SC kits (an original owner) that is still kickin'. I'll bet some people there don't remember they even made them. They only made like 20 and all the tooling and blueprints were destroyed years ago. The original engineers who designed it where John Germanson and Bill Stiskal (sp?), not sure if they even work there still.

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