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    1997 Pacific Green Cobra build

    After kicking around selling the Forgestar's for a while to get a cheaper, more common set of wheels so that I could powdercoat them, I decided to just

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    Holley HP EFI

    I would love to switch over to the holley efi stuff. Would like to get some more information on it. I know the guys over at Hot Rod Garage used it on

    98snakehorse Today, 05:50 PM Go to last post

    Holley HP EFI

    overall its been a good experience although I would look into the PNP a little closer as the kit I got I thought was more PNP but all it plugged into

    ttocs Today, 04:59 PM Go to last post

    2v budget build.

    Ok guys so here it goes Iíve been procrastinating on writing this build. Anyways here it goes platform Iím starting with is a 2000 V6 160k on the clock.

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    Holley HP EFI

    Iíve looked into it and itís probably what Iím gonna use. Iím going cop with ls coils but Iím doing it on a pushrod. From everything Iíve read itís one

    evilcw311 Today, 04:09 PM Go to last post

    Holley HP EFI

    Ah, I think what I'm more looking for is 2v guys. In general, how were your experiences with it? Which kit did you go with or did you piece it all out?

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    Yesterday marked the 30th anniversary for the Fabulous Fords Forever car show at Knotts Berry Farm in Buena Park, CA. This is the biggest Ford car show on the entire west coast, so the turnout never fails to disappoint (however the quality of cars does). I drove 2 hours north from San Diego and managed to not break a single part of my car, despite bottoming out at around 70mph several dozen times. The splitter and all my aero made it to Knotts in one piece. The show was pretty fun, despite the heat and lack of shade. I was recognized by dozens of people from forums, via internet, some who bought parts from me, people who have seen the car in person rolling, etc etc. Anyways, enough about ...
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    This was my first time going to this show in 3 years and man was I blown away at how much it has changed. The new 2014/2015 lineup is awesome, the racing simulations are incredible, and there were models everywhere this year! Apart from my camera running out of battery halfway through the day (which is the only day I was shooting out of the 5 days the show is open), I had a blast. This is the biggest car show in San Diego with over 50,000 people coming from all over the globe over the course of 5 days to view the cars. Unfortunately, for all those of you wanting to see some pictures of the 2015 mustang, I'm sorry to inform you that Ford kept the new mustang in Los Angeles, as the LA auto show was a couple weeks ago. However, I did manage to get some pictures of a majority of the interesting cars and all the mustangs. Without further ado, here is my coverage of the 2014 San Diego International Auto Show.