The lost Megaspeed footage
dont know how the hell i lost this footage but i did .
it was of my favorite stuff too ..... the ratrods .
show music is from http://www.youtube.com/ArcaneFireIceMusic .
intro music was created by my friend craig from http://www.youtube.com/theatticaudio
Ford Capri Mk1 - 160 Hp - Pinto Race Engine
My Capri mk1 GT with Pinto engine and Brainless Exhaust System 3" Selfmade with Hks Muffler and Fk dumper and Magnaflow with Race Headers. Sounds great for an Pinto OHC Engine. Stainless Steel.
The engine is modified by my self and have a lot of horsepower. Never was on the roll, but i Dragraced again a Bmw E36 325 with 192Hp and I was faster by 1 second on the 1/4 Mile.
Crazy Sound with Wheelspin in 2. Gear. On the Hockenheim Race Track the car beats a Maserati Biturbo and some old Porsche 911. The Car is Street Legal.
Tyres are Federal SS595 with 205/60 R13 - great tyres for a good price. In future the car maybe become a capri turbo with a k04 turbocharger. The engine is a ohc pinto like in the escort mk2 rs2000 rally cars. but no 16v cosworth engine and no 1800rs.
It could be good to drive rallyes too to be an rally car.
the cars weight is only 890kg ;-) so the handling is really great!
I wishI could buy the Federal 595 RS-R in the right dimension.
Pinto vs. motorcycle drag race
1978 Ford Pinto bracket racing against a drag bike. Pinto ran a 6.33, bike ran a 6.03 and broke out.
Filmed at Central Florida Racing Complex in Orlando Florida.
Ford Cobra Racing Engine in a 78 Pinto
For sale because I want to put a L4 back into it. Originally had one but the v8 was put in for the drag strip. I want to restore the car back to original as best I can, which means taking out my precious Ford Cobra Racing V8 that took over $6000 to make it this worthy.
=1974 302w Cobra
=289 H.O. Heads
=Sold Lifter Cam with 500 Approximate lift
You'll also be getting the alternator, manifolds, dual Exhausts and C4 transmission. "Drop-in, and drive" ready.
1971 ford 2.0 pinto engine
1971 ford pinto 4cyl overhead cam engine, has around 50K miles, I dug it out of my dads shop while cleaning, it had been sitting for around 12 years. We poured fresh fuel in and cleaned the points, and after a few failed attempts caused by faulty starter solenoids, we jumped the cables and she just fired right up =P sold it to an 86 year old man for a 1927 model A to sit in parades. His original engine 27 will cruise 70 MPH all day long, but is hard to drive at low speeds, it overheats and has ancient controls, whereas the 2.0 automatic will sit in traffic all day... He was going to put this in his, but decided to build a new one since that is an original. I want to be like that at 86 lol