So this was back in February, but I don't think I'll have enough time to upload a good video today T_T
Anyways, this is my dad's pride and joy starting up. Just a paintjob, interiorwork and a cherrybomb and it's good to go!
someday I'll drive it......someday....
Maverick GT - v8 302 canadense - ( legitimo chassi Lb5e )
MAVERICK GT V8
CHASSI: LB5E ( LEGITIMO GT )
MOTOR: NOVO -- RETIFICADO 2013 -- MENOS DE 1000 KM RODADOS
PISTOES -- SPEED PRO -- FEDERAL MOGUL ( CERAMICA )
ANÉIS E BIELAS -- PERFECT CICLE ( NASCAR PERFORMANCE )
COMANDO DE VALVULAS - 280 COMP CAMS
MOLAS DUPLAS ESPECIAIS -- COMP CAMS
DISTRIBUIDOR HEI -- SEM BUBINA / SEM PLATINADO
RADIADOR DE ALUMINIO - GRIFFIN
CAPA SECA NOVA -- ORIGINAL
EMBREAGEM NOVA -- ORIGINAL
BALANÇA EMBREAGEM NOVA -- ORIGINAL
VARETA DE OLEO -- FORD RACING
CAMBIO 4 MARCHAS
CARDAN ORIGINAL 8 CC
DIFERENCIAL DANA 44 -- ORIGINAL 3:07
TANQUE DE COMBUSTIVEL -- 80 L -- PLASTICO -- COM CASH TANQUE INTERNO
PRÉ CORTE -- ODG 3 STEP
PNEUS DIANTEIROS -- FIRESTONE - TRASEIROS - HANKOOK
JÁ FOI VENDIDO -- VALOR: R$ 50.000,00
CONTATO VIA E-MAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org
Ciadade: Arapongas Paraná
WORLDS FASTEST FORD MAVERICK
The World's Fastest Ford Maverick, driven by Top Fuel/Pro Mod pilot Scott
Palmer at Tulsa Raceway Park. This bad ass steel body Maverick has a Frank
Manzo prepped Screw Blown Brad 8 Hemi Motor and has been low 3.80's at over
195mph in the 1/8th mile.
No performance gain using premium gas!!! (In a car that uses regular.)
So the questions are...should I use premium gas to gain extra performance?
And will using regular gas in a car that requires premium damage my engine?
In this video I'll save you $200-$300 a year, teach you what compression
ratio's mean and drop some knowledge on you about high octane ratings.
1972 Ford Maverick idle, walk-around, and rev
This is my brother's latest project while his truck (which you can see in
my other videos) is temporarily out of commission. It's a '72 Maverick with
a recently rebuilt 351 windsor and a T5 tranny out of a fox body Mustang. It's the motor that used to
be in his truck before he put the 427 clevor in it. There's all sorts of
other little things that have been done to it too, so just ask if you want
to know anything specific.
EF Hatch tearing up the Autocross
This was back in March, and didn't make the cut in my highlights video.
Went to the bay today to celebrate my bro's birthday and I'll give you that
vid Sunday =)