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Old 01-01-2009, 03:03 PM
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This is mne after I installed my linelock



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thats a nice mustang. done anything to the motor? or to it period(beside line locks)?
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My 79 berlinetta camaro. Built 350 small block, edelbrock scorpion intake manifold, Holler carbs. I'm the only 13 year old that has a car that they paid for. but for $900 and everything is there, it was the deal of a lifetime.
The picture is from when we were loading it onto the trailer to take home.
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thats a nice mustang. done anything to the motor? or to it period(beside line locks)?
Vortech supercharger 11psi meth injection. plus about every bolt on... rearend is also built. 418 to the wheels
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Vortech supercharger 11psi meth injection. plus about every bolt on... rearend is also built. 418 to the wheels
niccceeee!!! just outa curiosity, the vortec ones are the ones that mount closer to the side of the belt system right? not on the manifold itself?
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2007 fj cruiser..

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2007 fj cruiser..

are those things really that good offroadinig?
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Stock they are pretty much even with an H3. They are fairly capable with the "31's, rear locker plenty of power.

But mine is far from stock.. The only thing's i have not been able to do with it are the trails that you see propane powered buggys on
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are those things really that good offroadinig?
They use them for desert racing like the Baja 1000
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They use them for desert racing like the Baja 1000
ya but they do tons of mods to them. if you mod anything that much, hell , you could use a civic in the baja 1000
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ya but they do tons of mods to them. if you mod anything that much, hell , you could use a civic in the baja 1000

Actually they, to be in the class they race in, have to be pretty much bone stock. All they can add is lights, tires, a a cage and other saftey equipment and thats it.

I forgot what the show is called but it was just a 2 hour thing and it was all about a FJ racing team
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