Twin Turbo 383 Fox





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Published on Feb 9, 2008

Twin Turbo 383 Mustang

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Jesse Coleman
Brett Slater
Yes...kill yourself.....do it pussy
that was so gay. how about giving it some hell next time you are trying to debut your twin turbo mustang. 
351W 9.5" deck -383ci 3.75" Stroke 4.030 Bore 
@IamScott351W OH and you removing your comment that made you look like an idiot was a truly class act! Your my new hero!
@sniperlif3 Funny how Trolls always accuse others of being a troll... Oh well. My point was proved in so many different ways. 
@IamScott351W Lol your cute. Dont act all tough. As i can see from most of your posts you do nothing but troll around at others comments. Yes my bad, it is a 383 but this videos quality is so horrid that i didnt want to watch it in full screen on a 28" monitor.
@sniperlif3 listen dumbshit @1:07 it says 383 the font is a little fucked up but try going full screen and pulling your head out of your ass. Maybe your the one that needs to pay more attention. 
@IamScott351W im glad to encounter someone who understands and respects the 427 side oiler bigblock. as for the GT40 engines, was a slightly stroked 289 and i believe a 7 liter was used also. there was 3 different engines IIRC. 
@stangowner8687 On most of that I feel for you 100%, but like you 427 is a magical number to me as well. My chances of ever having a side oiler are about as good as me discovering a new planet so I'd settle for a 427 small block. More than that, I can relate to the the thought about a nicely built small Windsor. Everyone loves to drool over the 427 ac cobras, but the 289s were the ones that beat the pants of Ferrari weren't they? 
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