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Old 09-12-2007, 05:20 PM   #11
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Oh jeez! Forgot all about the Turbo coupes! Probably because I know next to nothing about them, save for the fact that they run a turbo 4 banger. Something like 195 crank hp.... I think.

The later model cars listed at wiki are fairly accurate, as far as I know.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Th...rd_Turbo_Coupe
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Oh jeez! Forgot all about the Turbo coupes! Probably because I know next to nothing about them, save for the fact that they run a turbo 4 banger. Something like 195 crank hp.... I think.
Yeah older but I loved the look and air scoops in the hood
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I have a bit of a clash with the output numbers on the 4.6L'* but that'* neither here nor now(205 at the crank 94-95 and 215 at the crank 96-97).
whatever, i was just givin ballpark #'* not to mention all of those cars have a decient ammount of miles by now, so old chitty parts here and there will rob a good ammount of power, so whatever they do, what do bonnes usually run, i dont need scanned slips, just want a rough idea
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I have a bit of a clash with the output numbers on the 4.6L'* but that'* neither here nor now(205 at the crank 94-95 and 215 at the crank 96-97).
whatever, i was just givin ballpark #'* not to mention all of those cars have a decient ammount of miles by now, so old chitty parts here and there will rob a good ammount of power, so whatever they do, what do bonnes usually run, i dont need scanned slips, just want a rough idea
chicken is a Ford man. Been there, done that, seen it, Ford man. Plenty of notches under his belt from years of Ford dealership experience.

I think 15.0- 16.0 sec is a fairly accurate time for stock bonnes?
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chicken is the pretty much the all knowing ford man. Been there, done that, seen it, Ford man. Plenty of notches under his belt.
BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA BOW BEFORE THE ALMIGHTY CHICKEN LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
as i said before my #'* were just guesses overall, but i do have more t-bird experance than most
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To help out here is a link to a page from TCCoA.com The Thunderbird and Couger Club of America

http://www.tccoa.com/articles/overall/index.html#

its sources are stated at the bottom of the popup, eachtopic stays in the same popup unless you close it everytime, it confused me at first....
Im a muscle era ford guy, so hopefully I dont step on any toes.
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