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Old 09-01-2011, 10:37 PM   #11
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my aspire is getting a 1.8L dohc motor. when i finish the new turbo setup on the truck. should still get over 40mpg and be fast as hell
1988 ford ranger 88 turbo coupe engine, large vam, lb3 ported head, exhaust manifold, and intake, ihi turbo, walbro 255, adjustable boost controller, fmic centerforce clutch, stock trans. coming soon t3-t4 hybrid, header, 8.8 posi, moates tuner
1988 chevy siverado-8 gallons per mile, tow vehicle
1987 turbo coupe-new daily driver
1994 lumina-derby/enduro car
1964 f-100 long box fleetside-3.8 supercharged
1993 mustang-soon 2.3t'ed
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Old 09-07-2011, 11:29 PM   #12
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Don't feel too bad then, one almost took a bite out of my GSXR 750. I was leaving a light, heard the BOV, looked and he was right next to me! We hit it and I was slowly pulling on him. By no means was I in the right gear, but still... Next light I walked him, but christ, I'm on a bike. With me on it it weighs ~600# with 127 hp at the tire. Those new AWD Fiestas are defiantly no joke...

I have only lost to two cars. Hands down no excuses, I lost to a supra, and an evo. Both were on the highway.

This fiesta hung in there better than most vettes.

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