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Old 09-13-2011, 01:15 AM   #1
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Small block stroker book.

Got something pritty cool. My friend lent me a book on ford small block strokers.
I was astonished to find a 482ci windsor based kit that put out 1400hp!!! normally assperated, carberated.
It also revs to 9000 rpm.
Ill post a pic of the book and kit for u all to see soon.
Im personal not intrested in that kit for its to expencive ($10000 kit alone + labour on top!)
However a couple 426 and 427 ci kits cought my eye for between $1400 and $2000 Ill post pics of them as well.
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damn thats more rhan a veyron
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Old 09-13-2011, 01:27 AM   #3
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Sure is but i bet virons can still be pumped up a little more.
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true but the aero is faster than the veyron
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The thing about the veyron is it needs 7 miles to hit its top speed. Also it runs out of fuel before it can get to its top speed. When driven like that the tires only last about 10 miles. Whats the point?
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to prove something i guess
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The only thing it proves to me is; 1. People with the money to spend on cars like that have more money than brains, they need their heads examined. 2. They probably can't or choose not to work on their vehicles (that car has to be split in half just to change the oil) wheres the fun in that. 3. Fun to dollar ratio is way off, I have more fun in a car I paid $2000 for. 4. You can't fix stupid. I would much rather build a fast car than buy one. Thats just my opinion & you know what they say about those.
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true but the aero is faster than the veyron
Not anymore, but it is a lot cheaper than the veyron.
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Check out the ariel atom. Puts veyron to shame
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Power to weight ratio right there.
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Re: Small block stroker book.

I'd be interested in seeing this book. Whats the name of it and author?
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Ill post some pics of it tonight im just at work right now
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Sounds good thanx
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