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´67 Cougar with 1200hp - LOUD Soundcheck !!!

Chassis: Funny Car Body: 1967'er Ford Mercury Cougar Engine: Dart Merlin Tall Deck Iron Chevy Big Block 572 cui (9,9 Liter) Fuel: Bioethanol E85 Kraftübertragung: 3-Gang Powerglide Gewicht: ca. 1220 kg Leistung: ca. 1000 PS / 900 Nm mit E85 Bioethanol ca. 1200 PS / 1000 Nm mit Rennbenzin (z.B. C14) Endgeschwindigkeit: ca. 255 km/h nach 402 Metern Kategorie: Super Competition (8.9 Sekunden Index) Startnummer: 403 Beste bisherige Zeit: 8.874 Sek. mit E85 Bioethanol


 


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1967 Mercury Cougar standard: 9.360 @ 142.000
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1984 Mercury Cougar lx: 11.174 @ 121.590
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