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It ain't pretty but it's pure street fighter. It was built with easy access in mind. Nothing that cant be removed in 30 minutes or less, engine included. I went to a lot of trouble to make it easy to work on despite it's plain looks. All Business
Thats how i want mine, plain, simple, clean, and most importantly it screams. What size carb you have on there?
AddrMK2, I know I am chiming in well after this thread got started, but just wanted to add, nice job on the details in your engine bay. I am finishing the initial install of a twin turbo in my 88 Lincoln Mark VII LSC and I noticed your turbo headers right away, did you make those or buy those? I really like the placement of the turbos. Got any other pics of the finished engine bay to post?
Ill play why not,just a lil 308 on some sauce. Older pic but pretty much the same.
88 Hatch,Long Rod 308(Scat crank,Oliver Rods,JE Pistons,9.7:1 comp),GT40 SVO Heads,Crane Cam,1.7 rockers,Port matched Vic Jr,650 Holley,plate kit,4r70w,custom converter,Best ET to date: 10.84 @122mph with a 1.45 60'.63n/51f
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