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Old 07-03-2011, 10:10 PM   #36
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That is gonna be a bad *** Ranger. I'm also gonna work on making my wife's 04 Focus sedan into a sleeper. Already looking for a Focus Saleen engine and tranny to put in it.
On YouTube they put an 01 cobra engine in a focus...... I could not believe it fit....
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Old 07-03-2011, 10:12 PM   #37
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Don't make one... Get it made. Driveshafts are more complex than you would think. Three rivers in tx can do it I'm sure
Yea i meant to say that im gettin it made lol. Im not makin it myself. Lol.
Ive seen someone put a 351 motor in a little focus and doin burnouts. Lol.
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Yea i meant to say that im gettin it made lol. Im not makin it myself. Lol.
Ive seen someone put a 351 motor in a little focus and doin burnouts. Lol.
Yeah I saw that one two. But he lives in a non emissions county.
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Wow! That would be bad ***, but I think I'm just gonna stick with the Saleen Focus engine. That had to be extremely expensive puttin a V8 in a Focus engine bay.
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Wow! That would be bad ***, but I think I'm just gonna stick with the Saleen Focus engine. That had to be extremely expensive puttin a V8 in a Focus engine bay.
I think it was more expensive making it rear wheel drive...
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Old 07-03-2011, 10:21 PM   #41
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Lol. Screw that!
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Old 07-08-2011, 01:14 AM   #42
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Wow! That would be bad ***, but I think I'm just gonna stick with the Saleen Focus engine. That had to be extremely expensive puttin a V8 in a Focus engine bay.
Lol, why go saleen focus motor? What about building up a 4 cylinder and putting like 20 psi into it...
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