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Vintage racing pics, beautiful 2002 race engine.


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URL: http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~engquib/

When I saw the engine on this 02, my jaw dropped. The detail on this thing is crazy. Look at the catch tanks form fitted to the corners. One day, my car will look like this.

Check out the link for more pics. I have a bunch more, but they are so huge I can't fit them all.

Two pics of my car in there too, some of my engine I think also.

Bryan

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THAT is HOTT!!!!

what's w/the three inlets on the driver side of the rad?

isn't that the engine out of paul's new car? =)

-dave

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...I hope whoever owns the red car puts reinforced brake booster hose on that thing....YOWZA! that could get exciting REAL quick if the vacuum collapsed it!

...but the polished DCOEs are a very very nice touch....I'm jealous as hell!

...and for those of you wondering....Emily's engine don't look nearly so hot rodded..in fact, it's intentionally a lil' nerdy. ;-)

Paul

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Although Fram's street-spec stuff is fairly questionable (mostly crap), their high-flow high-pressure racing equipment has been used for some time by the serious dry-sump/separate-filter racing crowd. Ridiculous flow rates and filtering capacity, plus they almost never collapse or show the filtration issues they do on the street (and in tests).

I trust Carroll Smith and the experience/testimonials of other, more qualified people on this one...

:)

Sam

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