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8cyl / 4cyl idea

Reply #15
Quote from: thunderjet302;454157
Well it's pretty much between a V6 Accord and Fusion Sport as far as our next car purchase.....

As much as I love fords I'd have to go v6 Accord on that one
I absolutely love the way the coupes look, the sedans not so much
1987 T-Bird TC: 5-Spd, 5-lug conv., CHE Rear CAs, '04 Cobra wheels and 13" Brakes, Vac Assist conv: '93 Cobra BB/MC & Wilwood PV, Gutted/Knived Intakes, T3 turbo, RFE6 Mani, Stinger 3" Exhaust & Oil Feed, 255HP Walbro, Kirban AFPR, RR Cam, Esslinger Cam gear and Round Tooth Conv., Gillis Boost Valve, Speedway Dual Valve Spring,  K&N, 130a 3g Alt conv., 140mph Speedo
Running Better Than Ever :burnout:

8cyl / 4cyl idea

Reply #16
Quote from: Ramos617;454175
As much as I love fords I'd have to go v6 Accord on that one
I absolutely love the way the coupes look, the sedans not so much

Well we'd buy a 4 door Accord V6 so it would be comparable to a Fusion Sport.

If I bought another coupe it would be another Mustang. But we don't need another coupe.....
88 Thunderbird LX: 306, Edelbrock Performer heads, Comp 266HR cam, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, bunch of other stuff.

8cyl / 4cyl idea

Reply #17
Quote from: thunderjet302;454176
Well we'd buy a 4 door Accord V6 so it would be comparable to a Fusion Sport.

If I bought another coupe it would be another Mustang. But we don't need another coupe.....

Can't argue with that
1987 T-Bird TC: 5-Spd, 5-lug conv., CHE Rear CAs, '04 Cobra wheels and 13" Brakes, Vac Assist conv: '93 Cobra BB/MC & Wilwood PV, Gutted/Knived Intakes, T3 turbo, RFE6 Mani, Stinger 3" Exhaust & Oil Feed, 255HP Walbro, Kirban AFPR, RR Cam, Esslinger Cam gear and Round Tooth Conv., Gillis Boost Valve, Speedway Dual Valve Spring,  K&N, 130a 3g Alt conv., 140mph Speedo
Running Better Than Ever :burnout:

 

8cyl / 4cyl idea

Reply #18
My dad's ex woman had one of those big-assed Caddys with the 8-6-4, only it had been converted to just a regular fire V8. When her kid turned 16, she turned him loose in it. It lasted about a week. The back tires lasted 3 days.

Another guy I hung out with had a Caddy with I believe a 500, or 501, or whatever those bastards came with. Thing would make ungodly massive amounts of tire smoke. Nothing to do with cylinder deactivation, so...

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