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Old 05-28-2009, 12:42 AM   #11
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Old 05-28-2009, 03:35 AM   #12
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I love how people talk trash with any knowledge on what they are talking about. 400 hp is not out of the question with those heads. I have been building engines for over 25 years mostley fords because I like them to stay together when I am finished. I just completed a 351w for my 71 spring time edition torino. its a 74 block bored .030 keith black domes speed pro rings factory crank and rods balanced comp cams 280h 512 lift hydrolic cam air gap intake edelbrock 750 with 69 351 windsor heads very mild porting comp cams roller tip rockers msd ignition. on the dyno and yes this dyno works properly it made 433hp and 442 foot pounds of torque @ 5500rpm and I have less than 2000.00 in it. Just rember its not how much money you put into it its all about getting the correct combination of parts

how much compression? and i am going to go ahead and say post up on the sheet.
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will post it up as soon as i get home tonight it has 11.5 to 1 comp runs on 93 octane car weighs in at 3472lbs 373gears 2400 rpm stall very streetable and still runs 8.8675 in the 1/8
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will post it up as soon as i get home tonight it has 11.5 to 1 comp runs on 93 octane car weighs in at 3472lbs 373gears 2400 rpm stall very streetable and still runs 8.8675 in the 1/8
wow... 2/10 of a second faster than my bone stock car...

i bet your proud
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this is why i never post on these boards smart *** know it alls with little more common sence than a mole. what is this stock car you have and does it weigh almost 2 tons? morons your what 12 13 at best I have been building engins longer than you have been alive made more passes down the strip than you have made to the grocery store and my I Q is higher than 15 you guys really need to know what your talking about before you post on here there are some people who come here for real info who dont know any better than to listen to your babbling bull ****
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this is why i never post on these boards smart *** know it alls with little more common sence than a mole. what is this stock car you have and does it weigh almost 2 tons? morons your what 12 13 at best I have been building engins longer than you have been alive made more passes down the strip than you have made to the grocery store and my I Q is higher than 15 you guys really need to know what your talking about before you post on here there are some people who come here for real info who dont know any better than to listen to your babbling bull ****
Full weight 94 cobra, with big heavy wide wheels, weighed in at 3440 lbs... and was dyno'ed at 253rwhp.

Maybe your engine building skills are good, but your driving clearly sucks. As far as IQ goes, its much higher than i'd really like to talk about..

BTW, its common SENSE... and my car has an ENGINE, not an engin

FWIW, im 26, and have been building cars for 10 years have a nice day!
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will post it up as soon as i get home tonight it has 11.5 to 1 comp runs on 93 octane car weighs in at 3472lbs 373gears 2400 rpm stall very streetable and still runs 8.8675 in the 1/8

LOL 8.8 in the 1/8th. my god i need to find my buddies video of him running an 8.3 with a 302 no weight reduction DD and 18's. he has i believe gt40's a holley intake and trickflow cam. i'll get exact specs tomorrow since he just got the car.
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I love how people talk trash with any knowledge on what they are talking about. 400 hp is not out of the question with those heads. I have been building engines for over 25 years mostley fords because I like them to stay together when I am finished. I just completed a 351w for my 71 spring time edition torino. its a 74 block bored .030 keith black domes speed pro rings factory crank and rods balanced comp cams 280h 512 lift hydrolic cam air gap intake edelbrock 750 with 69 351 windsor heads very mild porting comp cams roller tip rockers msd ignition. on the dyno and yes this dyno works properly it made 433hp and 442 foot pounds of torque @ 5500rpm and I have less than 2000.00 in it. Just rember its not how much money you put into it its all about getting the correct combination of parts
Are you related to Portmaster???
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I HAPPEN TO KNOW TORINO COBRA PERSONALY AND HAVE SEEN HIS WORK AND HAVE WORKED WITH HIM ON SEVERAL BUILDS. WHAT HE SAYS IS PRETTY MUCH GOLDEN HE IS THE GO TO GUY AROUND HERE ON FORDS. HE MAY HAVE A BIT OF AN ATTITUDE (SORRY BUDDY) BUT YOU CAN TAKE WHAT HE SAYS AS DEAD ***** ON. I HAVE BEEN IN HIS TORINO AND ITS PRETTY FAST BUT IT WAS BUILT TO BE ROAD DRIVABLE AS WELL HE DRIVES IT EVERY WHERE LONG TRIPS AND ALL. YOU THINK HE DOESNT KNOW HIS SH-IT THEN COME RIDE IN HIS 67 FAST BACK STANG W/ 427 STROKER WENT I SAW IT RUN A 6.23 1/8 MILE WITH A LOT OF WHEEL SPIN NO NOS HE DOESNT BELIEVE IN IT SO ALL YOU HATERS AND CRAZY PEOPLE WITH STOCK FLAT 9 SECOND MUSTANGS (LMFAO) SHOULD TAKE NOTES AND LISTEN TO A GUY WHO REALLY KNOWS HIS SH-IT. IM NOT LOOKING FOR A FIGHT JUST STATING FACTS!!
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I HAPPEN TO KNOW TORINO COBRA PERSONALY AND HAVE SEEN HIS WORK AND HAVE WORKED WITH HIM ON SEVERAL BUILDS. WHAT HE SAYS IS PRETTY MUCH GOLDEN HE IS THE GO TO GUY AROUND HERE ON FORDS. HE MAY HAVE A BIT OF AN ATTITUDE (SORRY BUDDY) BUT YOU CAN TAKE WHAT HE SAYS AS DEAD ***** ON. I HAVE BEEN IN HIS TORINO AND ITS PRETTY FAST BUT IT WAS BUILT TO BE ROAD DRIVABLE AS WELL HE DRIVES IT EVERY WHERE LONG TRIPS AND ALL. YOU THINK HE DOESNT KNOW HIS SH-IT THEN COME RIDE IN HIS 67 FAST BACK STANG W/ 427 STROKER WENT I SAW IT RUN A 6.23 1/8 MILE WITH A LOT OF WHEEL SPIN NO NOS HE DOESNT BELIEVE IN IT SO ALL YOU HATERS AND CRAZY PEOPLE WITH STOCK FLAT 9 SECOND MUSTANGS (LMFAO) SHOULD TAKE NOTES AND LISTEN TO A GUY WHO REALLY KNOWS HIS SH-IT. IM NOT LOOKING FOR A FIGHT JUST STATING FACTS!!

dude, he said his motor makes 400hp, yet it runs 8.8 in the quarter... and your bagging on us for having STOCK cars that are only 2 tenths of a second slower..

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