Discussion in 'Zealot Archives' started by monsterrcbuilder04, May 3, 2004.
what do you prefer
I belive there was a post awhile back about this but I would have to say .As the sayin goes (I guess)
Friends dont let friends drive fords
dude your a poser!! this was my post!
who r u talking to ? him or me
im sorry man. i didnt see any other one. want me to reserect that #@$% ?
hey sorry man,i jsut didnt want anyone to do the same post as me.sorry about that.
ok thats settled.. I guess
ya its fine. its not a big deal
Ford always, cant beat a gt 40, svt lightning, or the saleen mustang (the true saleen not the posers that people actually own but the track car. O did u see the corvette at the American GT nationals? Didn't finish. Funny couldn't finish their own race. Also is only in business cuz that 350 that everybody seems to love in the corvette was made by ford to compete with dodge years ago. Dang thats 's best comp. engine. well guess Ford even made good.
Old theard LA LA LA
have you seen the new 702? i think it has like 720hp. i think that is a lot for a crate engine. this topic is never over.it is a never ending fude
too big and heavy, fords all aluminum engines are light. plus they move with technology and use turbos in racing. super chargers arent as good due to taking 30 percent of power off the engin with the belt drive and adding back 50 percent at the wheels. (most superchargers) but they work too, just old. it was invented in 1930 something for mercedes. turbos are more up to date and dont feed off the engine, they just feed it.
well i was talking with some other people and we figured that turbos also take power away. i cant remember our exact resoning but it takes its power from the exaust. i think that gets less back pressure ar somethin and then you loose power.i have to ask them
hmmI always thought that it takes those gasses cooles them down then throw it back into the intake or something like that...
that is how it works, but it still doesnt take the power off the crank, and is more resourceful, like i said the supercharger is very old, (from the 30's) im sure the newer idea is better, thats why u dont see many superchargers in gt, all turbo. if u get a huge supercharger u can generate more power dont get me wrong but it is still less resourceful.
they started out on the old deisel trucks
Ford is the best, the f-150 are awesome, but if there was a hemi in it that would be crazy
Chevy all the way!!
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