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    Anyone else think 3 specific words come to mind when you look at that beauty? Fogger and 300 shot

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    I love the warmth coming from my crotch when I open these types of topics

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    Nice job Rich, that looks like a pretty clean install.

    Is there enough room for more air cleaner? IIRC, those little Edelbrock triangular thingies don't flow a huge amount ... but I could be wrong!!


    cheers
    Ed N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KwikGSeX
    Anyone else think 3 specific words come to mind when you look at that beauty? Fogger and 300 shot
    Something like this!
    Here are a couple of pictures of the engine in my Mustang.
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    Last edited by 83GT460; 07-03-2005 at 12:33 PM.

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    Lookin good Rich
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    Talking That's what did my last one in........

    Quote Originally Posted by KwikGSeX
    Anyone else think 3 specific words come to mind when you look at that beauty? Fogger and 300 shot
    This spring I put to sleep a 567" that was running a fogger UNDER the manifold. The system was totally hidden, even the bottle was M,I.A.
    That one was VERY,VERY wild, but the bottle was a bit too hard on the rest of the engine... That was to do battle at the Midwest Bash, but some little street racing did it in, big time...
    Now we have this car up and running again and now it is play time again.. ........ .Rich
    Too many cars,too little time to drive them. Anything less than 500 cubes is a small block. If you slow down in life you will get run over..

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    Talking something is in the works.........

    Quote Originally Posted by fast Ed
    Nice job Rich, that looks like a pretty clean install.

    Is there enough room for more air cleaner? IIRC, those little Edelbrock triangular thingies don't flow a huge amount ... but I could be wrong!!


    cheers
    Ed N.
    This was all that would fit with this "crab" manifold. I am working on a "cold air" setup that gets it's air from the fog light area. That will be done in a week or so if I get the time to fab it up....Should be a 4" tube that heads out the stock air box hole and puts the filter down under the fender.....So much time and so little gets done, or so it seems..........Rich
    Too many cars,too little time to drive them. Anything less than 500 cubes is a small block. If you slow down in life you will get run over..

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    Rich let me know when your going down to the track, save a ride for me!

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    Holy crap! good work!

    Now to get to work on my soon to be wife's v-6 02 mustang!

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    Ok when do I get a ride? Are you going to the G rove to test it? When? let me know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pro street rich

    This spring I put to sleep a 567" that was running a fogger UNDER the manifold. The system was totally hidden, even the bottle was M,I.A.
    That one was VERY,VERY wild, but the bottle was a bit too hard on the rest of the engine... That was to do battle at the Midwest Bash, but some little street racing did it in, big time...
    Now we have this car up and running again and now it is play time again.. ........ .Rich

    Well you know what they say.. If you aint breakin parts you aint goin fast enuff Still that SC would be well into the 10's with one of them thar big blew bawttles no?

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    holy crap! dude! that is the most awesome Tbird I have seen in ages! Balls & Beauty! I'm very impressed *wants clone!!*

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    Pro Steet Rich

    Hey Pro Stock Rich

    very nice work! glad to see it ready your work will pay off in some nice track numbers what have you done to the botton end? rods? crank? pistons? cubic inch? nice heads.

    We need a top SC V8 class like the 3.8 M-90 one got a car in the works as we speak FE 496ci stroker SC with a few glass parts looking to dip into the 9's run this Pro 1 class at Sac its all chevys time for some tbird FORD power change your name to Pro Stock Rich nice work

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    I bet that one dude's integra can beat it.

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    Smile this one has gone quiet

    This thread has been quiet so I gave it a kick in the butt for those that might not remember it.....Rich
    Too many cars,too little time to drive them. Anything less than 500 cubes is a small block. If you slow down in life you will get run over..

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