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Fred House T-bird goes 7.06 at 191mph!!!
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James Smith driving this weekend and turning up that monster resetting lima et record multiple times these last couple days!! Congrats to Fred and Kristi House, James Smith and Team HousePower!!
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DAYUMMM!! <eek> Nitrous? How much boost? Iron block? Do you have a video link, Brian?
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Just went 7.06. Likely going to see a 6.9x before the end of the day.
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Here's a recap video from the youtubes.

https://youtu.be/zWCjrjp-Sqg
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I LOVE that car and I have nothing but respect for what Fred has accomplished with "our" dinosaur 2-valve Lima engine architecture, BUT.......does the engine really displace only 2.3 liters?? I thought it was somewhere around 2.7 to 3.0, DUNNO!  <shrug>
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(10-14-2021, 01:24 AM)TurboRay Wrote:  .
I LOVE that car and I have nothing but respect for what Fred has accomplished with "our" dinosaur 2-valve Lima engine architecture, BUT.......does the engine really displace only 2.3 liters?? I thought it was somewhere around 2.7 to 3.0, DUNNO!  <shrug>

Freds engine as far as I know is a 2.7 liter.
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THANX, Brian!  <thumbup>
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