So it appears. Nice ones, too.Postal_DK wrote:I have wheels
Carlisle and event related pictures are to be placed in the relevant section under 'Events'.
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the motorsport valve cover is a ford racing part- never stock on a car. i have seen them go on ebay from $50-200 usd
my car has already been shown on this thread, its a 4x4 thundersaloon xr4i but with a 2.8 turbo technics v6 instead of a yb (dont have the cash for my favourite engine!!!)
its this one
and randomly i used to live in Denmark too! in Frederiks and Viborg.
anyway, keep up the good work, look forward to seeing this done, whats the colour scheme gonna be?
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Awesome answer! Is it 4" to 3" or something smaller? Very nice job squeezing all that in there.Postal_DK wrote:because there is no room for a 4 "exhaust under the car
Looks like twin 2.5's? I really am liking this build. a lot.
Its 4" going in to 2*2.5"
"You can never turn a pig into a race horse, but with enough development you can have a pretty damn fast pig".
I just love this guy:
hEaT wrote:Bit more work, but saved me $100 and I got to learn things, cut things, burn things and hammer things. All in all, a solid move.
The only thing that worries me about the setup is the 2.5" being a bottle neck to the beast of a downpipe.
Just taking the 2D area of the 4" pipe, you get 12.56 sq in. With a 2.5" pipe, you get 4.9 * 2 = 9.8 in sq.
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