uofime
uofime
5/20/15
9:38 AM
2

The reason is easy, cost and reliability. I got this engine with 36,000 miles on it delivered to my door for less than $1500. That was complete with manifold, injectors, wire harness, even the alternator. Ford racing sells a really nice ECU conversion kit that’s about $1200, and so I have drive by wire throttle, full Read more

5/14/15
9:57 AM
5

I think I would trust this more than a locking nut.

5/13/15
10:53 PM
31

I had a conversation on Facebook about this very event. Let me paraphrase my responses here: Read more

5/13/15
5:03 PM
2

They do, but it looks like they just deploy from the underside of the wing.

5/12/15
4:28 PM
2

Ah, but it’s not the torque, it’s the amount of fuel you need to combust per second.

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