Capri RS 2600 Cosworth V6 dyno crash
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Partial throttle runs for fuel mapping. Dyno was set to sweep
1000-7000rpm in 18 seconds. Limiter at 6450rpm. Crash at 5400rpm most
likely due bad conrod bearing.
Highlights of season 2013:
V8 Ford Capri...Launches off the line
A V8 Ford Capri launches from the start line of Stage 13 of the Tasmanian
Tarmac Challenge Rally October 2008.
Ford of South Africa assembled the Capri from 1970 to 1972 with a similar
model range to the UK. No facelift models or RS variants were marketed in
About 500 Capris were converted by specialist Basil Green Motors to run the
302 Ford Windsor V8 engine. These models were known as the Capri Perana and
were very successful in local touring car events, winning the 1970 South
African championship and, in a different format, the 1971 championship as
No Mk II and Mk III Capris were exported to, or built in South Africa.
What Makes The Ford Capri So Popular? - 3/6
Mike Sweeney takes us back through time as we have a look at one of
Britain's most iconic cars - the Ford Capri. We'll be speaking to Capri
enthusiasts - Harry Calton, Tom Malcolm, Stephen Blakemore, John Hill,
Harry Calton and Stephen J. Vokins, as they find out whether or not the
Capri is the best car that Ford have ever produced, and what makes it such
Wreck Rescue - Ford Capri (Part 1)
Buy @ http://www.markevans.co.uk/acatalog/Wreck_Rescue_DVD.html
Part 2: http://youtu.be/tdzXDdp2vuY
Wreck Rescue [Episode 3] - 1972 Mk1 Ford Capri
ford capri 3.9 rover v8 start up
First time start up in over 2 years. Last run was in 2002 at Avon park
raceway with a 11.3 at 123mph. but in process of making it street legal
again. Vehicle was Dyno at 320bhp without nos, but
has had a extra 100bhp to run a 11.3. as got jets for 200bhp but never at
the chance. Engine has run down into the low 10s in a another vehicle, but
since then it's been upgraded and rebuilt.
Ford Capri V6 GT Skid Pan
Here's a vid of me flogging my Capri GT on the skid pan. It's not a great
video or necessarily a great piece of driving, but you don't see (or hear)
many original V6 Capris going sideways in Australia these days. Also has
amusing commentary and a mechanical failure towards the end. Enjoy!