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Discussion in 'Car Forum' started by masher-masher, Jun 20, 2005.
show me your muscle cars!!!!
Mine is not exactly a "muscle car". But it's and Infinity G35 with a GReddy Twin Turbo. 495rwh. It's a sleeper. It looks stock except for the "cooler" in the grill. It can eat some lunches.
Wow! Take a look at THIS THREAD!!!
I LOVE the look of the G35 sport coupes. They look way better than the 350z (which isn't at all ugly IMO, just the G35 is much nicer).
They need to bring back the turbo Z's with the 350 and the G35.
Hell while were at it, Toyota needs to bring back the last gen supra TT, or at least the engine in some other car. Those things are built like tanks.
IS300-TT? can't be too hard based on the aftermarket jobs...
I'd personally love a IS300 wagon with 3 pedals and 2 turbos...;P
I don't own this anymore, but this was my 67 Mustang. Fun car.
The Mustang: 2002 GT 5spd, 18" FR500 style with anthracite spokes, ceramic coated longtube headers, offroad (no cats) h-pipe, flowmaster catback, centerforce clutch/flywheel, 3.73 gears. Car makes about 380 rear wheel horsepower on the nitrous.
The Camaro: 2000 Z28 6spd. BIG cam, FAST 90mm throttlebody/intake manifold, Kooks Stainless 1 7/8" headers, offroad Y pipe, borla catback, asp underdrive pulleys, MTI lid. Car makes 430 rear wheel horsepower(about 500 flywheel hp) and 382 rear wheel torque naturally aspirated (this is only cam and bolt-ons, stock 70k mile heads and bottom end). Once i replace the rear end with a 9 inch, ill throw some nitrous on it and shoot for 600hp + at the wheels.
Hey, nice car. Looks expensive!
A sight more expensive than $20 too...
Maybe your conscience is telling you something! ~wg
my two cobras
is the fox a real 93 cobra? from the picture it looks like a lx hatch with pony wheels and the 93 cobra grille insert. nice cars btw.
1992 Mustang LX
converted from automatic to manual
UPR subframe connectors
2004 GT brakes on '94-'95 spindles and '95 axles
Hawk HPS brake pads
2002 Bullitt 17x8 rims
Eibach Pro-Kit lowering springs
Bilstein shocks and struts
Dual Dynomax Super Turbo exhaust
Steeda Tri-Ax shifter
Motor (swapping in in a week, hopefully):
1984 SVO 2.3T block bored 0.030" over
TRW forged flat-top 0.030" pistons
Stock crank ground 0.010" under
Clevite bearings and Felpro gaskets throughout
Ranger roller cam
1987 Turbocoupe lower intake manifold
1986 SVO upper intake manifold
1987 Turbocoupe 35# injectors
Polished and powdercoated 1986 SVO valve cover
Ported and ceramicoated E6 exhaust manifold
Garrett T3 turbocharger
Isuzu NPR front-mount intercooler (19"x2"x15")
Walbro 255lph high-pressure fuel pump
1988 Turbocoupe LA3 EEC processor
It's a n/a 2.3 right now, runs 20's....I'm shooting for solid 14's with the above combo and 16-17 psi. Hopefully 13's with a bit of nitrous and/or a hybrid, but those won't come for a while. Drop a second from those times to get sea-level times.
that is a really good looking fox body right there
Good call! Your absolutely right. Its actually a 92 LX hatch, but its pushin a bit more than the 93 cobra stock. The 01 is actually a cobra though.
Nice ride Asha'man
I bought my 69 Dart in december of 1981 and still have it.It has a narrowed rearend,fiberglass doghouse and bumpers,balanced 340 11-1 engine
damn, nice ride!
I'll be the first to admit my cars aren't "muscle cars". But here they are....
Are those ten-holes? I was thinking of painting mine black (winter wheels) but swapped to 5-lug.
Sweet cars. A TT G35 and an EVO super sweet. Asha'man gotta ask where did you pickup your NPR IC from?