-:SN95 At Summit Racing:-

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  1. whiplash473

    whiplash473 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    My friend Kyle just posted these on facebook so I thought I'd share them. In terms of the engine bay - I, I, I don't even know...

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    wow!
    I like the engine bay, not sure about that shield... kinda weird.
    That body kit almost works! almost. The wheels sort of kill it.

    Cool car though!
     
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    whiplash473 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    The bracket/sheld/air catcher/view interrupter is what makes me go "dafack."
     
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    can you find a full front view?

    The projectors so far to the side of the headlights, its gotta look funny!
     
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    Those are the only pics he posted.
     
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    O wow a flipped blower alone is just incredible. Add in all the other wild shit that guy did and you have an absolute masterpiece
     
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    to each their own... feel like theres a little too much going on, but it definitely is clean
     
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    FYI:

    that front shield is to support the engine from the front to prevent flex under heavy load with massive power.

    that plate isnt just "lez slap some stuff in herr!" -- that plate serves a purpose, albeit i've never seen one quite like that. LOL.
     
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    Yea that's a block plate
     
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    Holy shit, no one until mustang chris knew it was a engine plate...... be ashamed, but kudos to Chris for knowing that
     
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    Cool motor, horrible looking car.
     
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    This car is known as QUIKSTANG, originally built by Summit Racing and put together by JR Granatelli.
    Its a 1995 body.

    Going by memory:
    Big Block FORD
    TFS A460 heads
    Fuel injected/DFI
    Paxton Novi2000

    Lenco style 4 speed
    9 inch
    Shitload of suspension work using GRIGGS Racing stuff.

    Cervini's STAKLER body kit

    It used to have some OZ wheels.

    That car was built in the late 90s, when some of you were still shitting in your diapers LOL. I was in high school when they debut that car in the very late 90s. Crazy build!
    I have a poster of this car in one of my rooms!
     
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    you should see the expertise i exhibit while im under you mom's hood.
     
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    *sigh* I know the plate's purpose, I've just never seen one that large before. I'm assuming it struck me odd due to the charger.


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    they need to get a headlight panel. BAD.
     
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    If i remeber correctly, the engine was over 520 cubes of all aluminun Donovan block. It had a jerrico tranny in it, but then got swapped out due to not being able to go back down in gears. The blower was a paxton novi 2000 unit. That car was amazing for its time. It made some serious horsepower. Just noticed it has GT525 on the side of the car.. Guess it was 525 cubic inches lol.
     
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    [MENTION=17027]whiplash473[/MENTION] Tyler you mean this car? ;)

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    My jackass buddy was trying to get his middle finger in the pic hence the blurryness lol. But God guys it really is a work of art....
     
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    whiplash473 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Yeah no doubt. It's done nicely but just a little too much.


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    Tyler I thought that too but you'd really have to see it in person to appreciate it. I didn't see it as overdone at all in person. It was a real masterpiece