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Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby EFFalcon » March 10th, 2010, 7:48 am

News from both sides of the country with 2 of australias (and by default the world's) Street Falcon's pushing well beyond what has been seen from the SOHC 4L before.

Rajab's EL Development car owned by Forum Member Hiboost recently pushed an impressive 662rwkw from the SOHC powerplant and is looking to improve on the recent string of 9 second passes
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And from WA Rodney Sammut's Green EL XR (formally Supercharged) Turbo has recently run an 8.7 second pass.

Things are heating up at the top of the charts!
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby rhys » March 10th, 2010, 8:06 am

take that imports. :P

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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby BROCKYB8 » March 10th, 2010, 10:59 am

damn . So what happened to mikes dyno one and our friend Jim mock .
They seemed to die in the ass
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby SnyperEB » March 10th, 2010, 11:28 am

BROCKYB8 wrote:damn . So what happened to mikes dyno one and our friend Jim mock .
They seemed to die in the ass


There still floating around mate!
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby BROCKYB8 » March 10th, 2010, 12:33 pm

SnyperEB wrote:
BROCKYB8 wrote:damn . So what happened to mikes dyno one and our friend Jim mock .
They seemed to die in the ass


There still floating around mate!


Any idea of best times
JMM claims 10.01 on website. but ive seen him do a 9.97
And mikes did a 9.89 same day .
but that was a year and a half ago .
HAvent heard or seen them since
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby XRated » March 10th, 2010, 12:57 pm

What's the time for the quickest VL (RB30 i.e. not RB26DETT blah blah)?
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby misk » March 10th, 2010, 1:05 pm

its 7.9 or something
thats with a RB30 bottom end with RB26 head but has full tubbed rear end (BOOSTN)
next up is an 8.1 or i think 8.07 or something (cant remember exact times...) through a single cam head and on a non tubbed car (VLGOD)
still a long way for the falcons to go.
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby Steady » March 10th, 2010, 1:35 pm

straight from fullBOOST records, standard rail VLs with RB30 bottom end.
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maatouks VLGOD 8.00@174
thats still SOHC too...
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby Steady » March 10th, 2010, 1:37 pm

i just noticed, is that a ghetto water to air on VLGOD?
thats sick.
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby misk » March 10th, 2010, 1:44 pm

yeah it is lol
the guys a fkn sick cnt
he got sooo close to a 7!
i rekn he would have got there with just a lil more tweaking
but now hes building a tube chassis car and going for faster again.
for what the car was (small tyre, untubbed, SOHC etc) it was a monster!
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby skinart » March 10th, 2010, 7:21 pm

BROCKYB8 wrote:damn . So what happened to mikes dyno one and our friend Jim mock .
They seemed to die in the ass


Id say there "wallet" died in the ass, you got money you go quick its that easy. 8.7 from the Falcon! sweet jesus!
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby needfordspeed » March 10th, 2010, 10:41 pm

I'm hearing mock will be out again looking for deep 9's ;)
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby misk » March 11th, 2010, 6:16 am

arent you aiming for 150mpg trap speed gill?
i heard you fitted a powerglide not a BTR? :yahoo: haha
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby Steady » March 11th, 2010, 9:59 am

what did sammut trap on the 8.7?
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby needfordspeed » March 11th, 2010, 10:07 am

misk wrote:arent you aiming for 150mpg trap speed gill?
i heard you fitted a powerglide not a BTR? :yahoo: haha


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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby SnyperEB » March 11th, 2010, 10:10 am

tRUTH IS OUT gILL!!
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby XRated » March 11th, 2010, 10:57 am

8 flat without going all out in the Falcon is going to be tough. I wonder if it'll ever be done with the SOHC...

misk wrote:arent you aiming for 150mpg trap speed gill?
i heard you fitted a powerglide not a BTR? :yahoo: haha


That'd be pretty good fuel economy, Gilly!
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby Steady » March 11th, 2010, 11:22 am

Steady wrote:what did sammut trap on the 8.7?

found it myself, you useless kunts ;)

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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby ruleford » March 13th, 2010, 10:36 am

well i know for a fact jmm is transplanting all his gear from his red ea in to his white one and has played with a few new ideas so he mite be out an running soon in the deep 9s
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby Nikk O'lass » March 16th, 2010, 6:54 pm

8.7, awesome!
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Re: Big Players run Big Numbers

Postby misk » March 16th, 2010, 7:56 pm

XRated wrote:8 flat without going all out in the Falcon is going to be tough. I wonder if it'll ever be done with the SOHC...

misk wrote:arent you aiming for 150mpg trap speed gill?
i heard you fitted a powerglide not a BTR? :yahoo: haha


That'd be pretty good fuel economy, Gilly!


lol just noticed that...
wouldnt get that with a powerglide :p
actually, powerglide isnt much different to the BTRs first gear, my VH with the glide and 3.45s used to shift at 6000rpm at 60-70ks
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