2015 Ford Falcon XR8 FG X 0-100km/h & engine sound
2015 Ford Falcon XR8 FG X 0-100km/h & engine sound. Head over to
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2015 Ford Falcon XR8 FG X
5.0-litre supercharged V8
335kW and 570Nm
Six-speed manual, rear-wheel drive with LSD
0-100km/h in 4.9 seconds (as tested)
1964 Ford Falcon / $100 At a Time
Shane has owned this 1964 ford falcon Sprint 2 door hardtop since 1997 when
he was 15 years old. He bought this car for $500 and made payments "$100 at
a time". The car was a shell when he got it and over the years he has
turned it into a running, and driving classic car with a Ford 302 V8 and a
5-spd manual transmission out of a Mustang 5.0.
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Ford Falcon XR8 review : supercharged V8 hero unleashed
http://www.caradvice.com.au/321745/?yt_desc - Read the article here.
The Ford Falcon XR8 is back after a four-year sabbatical. With the Ford
Performance Vehicles brand now discontinued, with the GT along with it, the
XR8 is now the great blue hope against the V8 Commodores.
If XR8s of the past decade have been on the underwhelming side, the latest
version has impressive on-paper credentials. Loaded with the 5.0-litre
supercharged V8 from the FPV GT under its bonnet, there’s 335kW of power
and 570Nm of torque.
The XR8 has also pinched the uprated suspension from the GT RSPEC, which
includes stiffer springs and dampers, thicker anti-roll bar at the rear,
and Brembo brakes up front.
That all bodes well for a great-handling V8 Falcon, though the XR8 already
sounds like a tremendous buy when you consider its $52,490 price tag
undercuts the GT RSPEC by nearly $25,000.
Time to find out, then, if what is the last ever Ford Falcon XR8 is also
Ford Falcon 200 six cylinder engine build
Thanks for all the encouraging comments! If you'd like to keep up with the
1963 Ford Falcon Wagon build, check out all the stories here:
http://www.MyRideisMe.com builds a six cylinder Ford engine, step by step.
With guidance from my pops, a retired Ford mechanic, he shows me how, then
I give it my best shot, not always successful the first time, I hope
everyone interested in building their own engine can learn a little
Mick's XP Falcon Hardtrop
Read the full article here:
The year was 1965, a very important milestone for Ford Australia. It may be
hard for some to believe, but it was a somewhat shaky start for the now
synonymous Falcon nameplate. From its humble US origins, the Falcon had
grown in the five short years it had been on sale in the Australian market.
However, buyer enthusiasm soon became buyer's remorse as these US based
cars proved somewhat fragile on rougher Australian roads. And so with
sliding sales, this defining year was Ford's last chance to prove to the
Australian public that the Falcon was the car for local buyers.
Ford Falcon 70,000 mile durability run Pt 1.wmv
In 1965 6 stock standard 6 Cyl Falcons were driven flat out for eight days
around a twisty 2.2 mile mountain test circuit until they had completed a
total of 70,000 miles, aprox. 5000 laps per car. Despite 3 cars rolling and
a collision with a 2 ton rock all the cars finished without mechanical
This was a make or break stunt by Ford to show how tough the new XP Falcon