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Old 10-06-2004, 12:52 PM
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new carb awesome, heres a burnout video

hey i got my new carb installed and my new 390 has finally come to life. so i took the wife out to the powerstation road and had her use the digitial camara to make a video. sorry there is no sound but just imagine a 390 with duals kicking out a beautiful tone. because that is what she does now. hopefully this link works to take you directly to my website where there is a link to the video at the top of the page.. it is about 3.9 megs long and takes a few seconds to open for broadband users and a little slower for dial up, and i hope you enjoy it. i sure did.


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Old 10-06-2004, 05:05 PM
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SWEEEEEEET!!!!! Glad to hear you got it running
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Old 10-06-2004, 05:29 PM
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yeah she rocken' now i only held it for a minute , but i could have held it there easy all day, or until the tires blew. but those are those 10ply tires and i didnt want to tear them up very much, i trading them in next weekend for new tires and rims.
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Good work man! Now how about throwin a 390 in my Bronco for me?
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Good work man! Now how about throwin a 390 in my Bronco for me?
Bronco? thats too heavy, we had a guy from around here bring his sammy upto the races last sunday with a 390, and nitrous but a bronco with a 390 would be fun.
Fordlover glad to here you finally got that thing running right, I knew you could do it those 390s will really roast tires in fact the last one I had that was my main problem was keeping rear tires on the truck
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yeah the stress went right out the window when i fired it up with that new carb and she sounded sweet. i so happy i could cry. lol now time for the body work. now i am gonna cry
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Sweet!

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lol, i dont do that everyday lol, i was just testing out the new carb lol. as a matter of fact thats the first time i have done that since the last time i was racing my el camino at cordova dragway. but i have to admit that brought back a few of those 1/4 miles in my head
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hey ford love where in iowa are you at? im in fort madison and was just curios
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roughly 20 miles north of you, i am in burlington
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I never did a burnout , how do you keep the truck still? if you hold the brakes dosn't that also hold up the rear tires? lol its a stupid question i know.
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