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Trump was killing the fish ... according to the fake news.

 

 

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On 11/22/2019 at 7:40 PM, Old Mack said:

...I don't need other people's material !

 

BTW: Was that you who did knock off Old Mack threads ?

 

On 11/22/2019 at 7:41 PM, SixShooter said:

Never. I'm 100% original.

 

On 11/22/2019 at 7:58 PM, SixShooter said:

Another pilfered pic of mine

 

It's from your zarHO knock off tread...you cyber idiot !

 

Alcohol is a cruel master !

 

 

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Taking a rumble seat to whole new level.

 

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The solid-lifter K-code 289 was not your average (1964+) Ford small-block. Inside the over-square short-block’s four-inch cylinder bores were high-strength flat-top aluminum pistons, which were linked via heavy-duty connecting rods with larger 3/8-inch rod bolts to a higher-nodular cast-iron crankshaft featuring a larger front counterweight to maintain high-RPM balance. Holding the crankshaft in place were heavy-duty two-bolt main bearing caps. Each cylinder head was equipped with 1.78/1.45-inch intake/exhaust valves and screw-in rocker arm studs, while cast-iron header-type exhaust manifolds helped breathing.

 

Perched atop the cast-iron intake manifold was an Autolite 4100 four-barrel carburetor touting a 600-CFM flow rate, capped by an open-element air cleaner assembly with a chromed lid and appropriate engine callout decals; the rocker-arm covers were also finished in chrome. A dual-point distributor rounded out the build, along with a dual exhaust system featuring an H-pipe, single transverse muffler and twin tailpipes. With a 10.5:1 compression ratio, all told the engine was rated for a stout 271 hp at 6,000 RPM and 312 lb ft of torque at 3,400 RPM. Weighing just 465 pounds, the Hi-Po 289 made for an excellent power-to-weight ratio in the Mustang.

 

Chrome rocker arm covers and air cleaner lid were factory engine dress-up items found standard on every K-code 289. 

 

 

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