fpv gt boss 290
fpv australia gt boss 290. i wonder why in the hell we don't have these
FPV GT-P Review
The new FPV GT-P is powered by the most powerful Coyote V8 in the entire
Ford empire. It pumps out a massive 335kW, plus a wall of torque -- 570Nm
from just over 2000rpm to just under 6000rpm. You get supercar performance
on a muscle car budget -- with plenty of local engineering development
packed under the bonnet. Drive it and you'll experience a three-way tie in
terms of what you like the best: the neck-snapping acceleration, the
glorious crackle on overrun from the Exhaust or the Supercharger whine that permeates the cabin
whenever your right foot's set to 'loud'. You want one. We all do.
1963 Ford Galaxie 427 Group N Historic Touring Car Chasing Falcon GTHO
Group N Historic Touring Cars at Eastern Creek in Nov 2011. Driver is Marc
Ducquet who is chasing down Mick Kennedy in the red XW Falcon GTHO that is
straight ahead on the starting grid. Race was eventually red flagged due to
the amount of cars that had gone off the track and also a major crash at
2008 Ford FPV Falcon Review by Kevin Hepworth - Carsguide.com.au
Kevin Hepworth reviews the latest 2008 FPV Falcon range of vehicles. These
include the Ford GT and GT-P range, the Ford F6 range and the Ford Super
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2012 FPV GT-P engine sound and 0-100km/h acceleration
2012 FPV GT-P engine sound and 0-100km/h acceleration. Head over to
http://performancedrive.com.au/2012-fpv-gt-p-mkii-review-video/ for the
2012 FPV GT-P MkII
5.0-litre supercharged V8 with double overhead cams and 32- valves
Six-speed automatic, rear-wheel drive
0-100km/h in 5.0 seconds (as tested)
FPV GT Cobra
Here is a brand new GT Cobra with our cat back Exhaust. the customer used the original tips.
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2002-2005 BA Falcon GT-P Test Drive
Here I tested a circa 2002-2005 BA Falcon GT-P. As a result of the mob down
at FPV (Ford Performance Vehicles) this car's quite nice for the price.
But, as always, it's built to a price NOT a quality. More attention to
detail is needed, better material should be used for the interior, stripes
should be a part of the duco and the engine was running out or puff just
when it needed to get cracking.
Overall, not too bad of a car. It's suitable as a daily driver in our
country and will happily go almost anywhere you need to in Oz. Plenty of
boot space, can be set up for towing if required.
The brakes were ok, not as good as you'd need for a track day or an arvo of
hooning through city streets with all the starting and stopping.
Clutch's crap and likely to smoke like an American cowboy should you choose
to do a heap of drags in quick succession.
Overall, though, nice car, for one almost Aussie built. Certainly more Oz
blood sweat and tears then any Commodore to date, but not enough for me to
call it an Australian-built car, just some of it and mostly assembled in
SUPERCHARGED FG GT ROAD TEST
This is a road test of this MWS upgraded FG GT,
check out LOOK OVER car at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0XP0ORS1yI
Dyno RUN at
work by Mark @ Marks Workshop
SOME OF THE CARS ON THESE YOUTUBE VIDEOS ARE SHOWN IN A FORM BEYOND THE
STREET LEGAL LIMITS FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA. THESE CARS ARE USED FOR SHOW,
TRACK OR OTHER OFF ROAD EVENTS. IN MOST CASES THESE CARS ARE TAKEN BACK TO
STREET LEGAL LEVELS TO BE ABLE TO USE THE VEHICLE LEGALLY ON THE ROADS OF
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. MARKS WORKSHOP DOES NOT CONDONE THE USE OF EXTREME HORSE
POWER ON THE STREET.
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