7 second street car sleeper turtbo 460 maverick 7.15@101 with 1.82 60 ft s475 8 inch tire pump gas
this is my second best pass of the day it was with 12 pounds of Boost , 36 degrees of timeing pulling out 1
degree per psi Boost leaving at 2700
rpm on footbrake and 2 step shifting at 5200 rpm it is on a 26x8 14 inch
wheel inch hoosier quick time pro dot slick 3.00 gear with mini spool 8
inch all stock rearend freshend up c6 transmission with all stock hard
parts 2500 stall converter ,stock block, crank, heads, valves 74 model 460
,torker 2 intake , the carb shop blow thru 900cfm jetted 75/90 , cummins
dodge Intercooler, s475 borg
warner turbo 75mm 1.1 a/r , .503 lift
276/286 duratioin adavertized, probe forged pistons, scat h beam rods , arp
head bolts, arp main studs, all stock suspension down to the factory shocks
all done on 92 octane fuel
[AUTODYNAMICS.com.br] Maverick Gustavo Castañon - onboard - 9.134@245KMH
Filmado por Andrey Jasper Junior, aperte os cintos e pegue uma carona no
Maverick aspirado de Gustavo Castañon. Dentro do carro, você poderá ter
o prazer de ver as trocas de marcha do small block Ford V8 durante a
abertura do Brasileiro de Arrancada 402m, temporada 2011. Assista e veja a
cobertura em www.autodynamics.com.br e www.dragstrip.com.br
1964 Ford Fairlane 289 Engine Disassembly Timelapse
Disassembling my Ford 289 engine. Engine died after first rev in best
sounding engine contest (rev'd to only 4500 RPM when it suddenly stopped).
Would not fire up again. Looks like I bent at least one rod when the intake
gaskets failed and allowed the engine to intake coolant and hydro-lock at
least one cylinder. Total actual time for this disassembly was 5 hours.
351 Windsor Rebuilt Jorg's 1969 Mach 1 Mustang Project - Day 15 Ford Mustang Restoration Show
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Before & After X-Pipe '99 Mustang GT
I recently put a Pypes O/R x-pipe on my 99 GT (I WOULD NOT recommend anyone
buy this x-pipe. I had to take mine to a muffler shop to have it installed
and the guy there even had terrible fitment issues with it. Don't get me
wrong I LOVE the sound but buy a different brand). This video is a simple
comparison of before and after sounds. Enjoy!