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Taco Cherry Jumper

Discussion in 'New Members' started by fireball, Feb 18, 2009.

  1. Feb 18, 2009 at 11:12 AM
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    fireball

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    Old Dude, but first time in this craft!
    Ford man since 1959 Crown Vic back in High School. Last was 2003 Harley Davidson Ford F-150 which was a real hoot to fill up at $ 4.00 plus a gallon a few month ago. Still got Expedition for road trips and a Jeep Rubicon for the better half to putt around town with. Also ride 103" H.D. Wideglide and a 95" H.D. Ultra Electraglide.
    Trying for little bit of performance,mileage,reliability and style with 2009 Tacoma doublecab, shortbed,TRD 4 wheel drive.
    Only prob so far is fitting my big ass in the drivers seat.
    Oh yeah ,I did used to jump various types of helos,prop,turboprop and jet aircraft many years ago while in the service. Get Some.

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  11. Feb 19, 2009 at 3:21 AM
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    I have Woods cam and carb and a few other goodies on Wideglide twinkie, 109 horse,123 foot pound torque. Electraglide twinkie has H.D. 203 cam and aftermarket injection plus other stuff, 100 horse,100 foot pounds torque, both do wheel stands and burnouts if that's your thing. I'm to old for that crap anymore thank you.

    Fireball
     
  12. Feb 19, 2009 at 10:30 AM
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    Mine was an 80 ci Evo,Edelbrock heads,cam,ignition,Thunderheader,Mikuni carb and some other stuff,but it made nowhere near that kind of power.:eek:
     
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