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1968 Camaro RS 427 Legend
1968 Camaro RS 427 "Legend" 525 h.p. / 500 lbs,/ft Torque for sale: www.e-motorclassics.com All American Muscle Cars "Legend" is outfitted with a L71 427 bb with 525 h.p. / 500 lbs/ft. torque, ported and polished heads with oversize valves, hydraulic roller cam and tri-power carburetor set-up. Performance Package Specifications: - Nut and Bolt Restoration - Professional Body Restoration and Paint by Randy Misekow - Paint Color: GM Marina Blue ALL NEW - L-71 427 c.i. Big Block Engine w/Tri-power - Tremec TKO-600 5-speed Manual Transmission - Aluminum Radiator & Cooling Package - Martz Engineering Frt. Sub-frame & Suspension - Wilwood Brakes & Hardware - Ceramic Coated Headers & Stainless Steel Exhaust - Custom Rear Suspension Kit & Wilwood Brakes - Vintage Air Conditioning - Dakota Digital Dash - 17" American Torque Thrust Wheels - 12 Bolt Rear End w/4.10 gear posi - Road Test & Chassis Tune

50psi boost 1200+hp Nissan RB30 - Ethanol E98
Nissan RB30 SOHC 3L engine built and tuned by JPC making over 1200hp on Ethanol fuel. The engine still retains a factory block and crank. Improvements come from a custom JPC turbocharger, manifolding, roller rockers and cam gear. Fuel is fed via ID2000cc injectors and an Autronic computer system. This engine has previously run 8.79 at 160.25mph (with less power) in a full weight (3250lb) Holden VL commodore through stock suspension, Powerglide transmission, 9in rear end and 28x9in slicks. www.JPC.com.au Johnsons Performance Centre http://www.facebook.com/fullBoostcomau http://www.youtube.com/user/fullBoostcomau http://www.fullBoost.com.au

LS3 Cam Upgrade - Southern Performance Systems
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Boeing 777-300ER (Put Together Quickly)
The 777-300ER ("ER" for Extended Range) is the long range version of the 777-300 and contains many modifications, including GE90-115B engines, which are the world's most powerful jet engine with 115,300 lbf (513 kN) thrust. Other features include raked wingtips, a new main landing gear, extra fuel tanks (2,600 US gallons, 9,840 L), as well as strengthened fuselage, wings, empennage, nose gear, engine struts and nacelles, and a higher MTOW,775,000 lb (347,450 kg) versus 660,000 lb (299,370 kg) for the 777-300. The maximum range is 7,930 nautical miles (14,685 km). The 777-300ER's extra 1,935 nautical miles (3,550 km) range over the 777-300 is mainly due to the increase in the maximum takeoff weight (MTOW),along with the increased capacity for 2,600 gallons of additional fuel (45,220 to 47,890 US gal or 171,000 to 181,000 L). The -300ER weighs slightly more than the -300,and has engines that produce more thrust, but the -300ER can fly approximately 34% farther with a full load of passengers and cargo. After entering service, the 777-300ER demonstrated a 2% better fuel burn than expected, and further engine, wing, and weight modifications produced a 1.4% further reduction in fuel consumption. The first 777-300ER was delivered to Air France in April 2004. Since the introduction of the -300ER, all orders for the -300 series have been the ER variant. The 777-300ER's direct competing aircraft from Airbus are the A340-600HGW and the proposed A350-1000. Over the last few years the 777, particularly the high gross weight 777-200ER and 777-300ER, have outsold the A340 by a wide margin. Although the larger GE90 engines on the 777-300ER burn considerably more fuel than the Trent 500s, using only two of them compared to four Trents has meant a typical operating cost advantage of around 8-9%. The 365-seat 777-300ER is also replacing the 416-seat 747-400, which burns 20% more fuel per trip; airlines such as Air New Zealand have ordered 777-300ERs to replace their 747-400s. As fuel prices rise and airlines look to cut expenses while keeping their higher margin customers, operators have retained premium seating and reduced economy capacity on 777-300ER flights previously served by the 747-400; Japan Airlines has introduced semi-partitioned 777 "suites" that offer 20% more space than prior first class seating. A total of 163 777-300ERs had been delivered with 229 unfilled orders as of November 2008