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  1. Until you run a 10.5. Then you will want a 10.
  2. Sorry, missed this. 245/60/15. Fronts are 215/60/15.
  3. Yeah, the XB cap option looked easy, but they'd end up as the world's most expensive hub caps. I think I can leave the end on the XF style caps with a stick on 3D Ford Crest logo. Otherwise I might just clean up the hubs and get over it.
  4. I thought they were. Thanks.
  5. Hi all, I would like to setup some XB GT 12 slotter style centre caps (skull caps) like the first image below, but with a black base and a Ford crest centre like in the second image. What is the best way to do this? Does the centre piece on XF onwards skull caps come off? If so, what is their inside diameter at the base? .
  6. No. Hook it up to a programmable MSD 6AL2 and then you can have any curve you like and to suit any cam.
  7. Tell that to people running old windsor heads... Charles Taylor told everyone in the 60s that exhaust doesn't matter all that much and that if it flows 60% of the intake it is pretty much enough. But, more exhaust doesn't hurt. Yours is a serious looking head and it will be a beast.
  8. Great comparison in that second picture. What are the flow figures for it now?
  9. Maybe measure again. Unless it has had a fair wack tacken off of the gasket surface, it will be more than 45cc.
  10. Cam specs are on the previous page. Looks like a lot of compression for the size of the cam to me.
  11. Sounds like you probably can for $190...
  12. Should have just holesawed that bumper for next time ;)...
  13. Haha. I would prefer to question nothing (so long as there is nothing dishonest happening) and just acknowledge that they are fast.
  14. It is a light, and why would you care? It should be light. It is a race car. Obviously, it helps it be fast. It is still fast. Do people get pissy with racers calling their car a full weight street car when they are running race full and the car is clearly not roadworthy (legally)?