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Old 01-05-2008, 02:16 AM   #1
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hi everyone i am thinking of getting a C6 BB7T can anybody tell me how they are for relliabilty,im curently running an OS Vspec
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Conservatively speaking, with proper maintenance, at least 6 to 8 gallons.
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A buddy of mine runs one in his MBX5T. He's got somewhere around 3 gallons on it now. It's really a nice engine. Lots of compression, idles great, RIPS around the track and he gets 11 min a tank on it even though he drives it punched.

If I didn't run O.S. V-Specs, I'd run a C6BB 7T.
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