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    Senior Member VF1Skullangel's Avatar
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    Replica vs Oirginal in performance

    Who here has actually beat the original car with their replica? Have you raced your replica? ;D

    I bet Mr Ferrari has some very interesting storys to tell.

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    Re: Replica vs Oirginal in performance

    yep
    our f40 does, our last demo car is fitted with the 355 engine twin turbo'd, we get 3.1 to 60 199mph top in 6th at 7200rpm rev limit with potentially 8000rpm available on a grenade engine but most importantly 3.2 60 to 100
    new car this year being built probably with a 456 engine twin t'd or maybe the v12 engine out of the lm car as thats getting its original engine refitted.

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    Re: Replica vs Oirginal in performance

    Please define what you mean by "preformance". If you are talking about 0-60 or drag racing, then most (if not all) kits can out perform the original, by "stuffing" in a more powerful engine. The handling is a different subject.

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    Re: Replica vs Oirginal in performance

    Quote Originally Posted by VF1Skullangel
    Who here has actually beat the original car with their replica? Have you raced your replica? ;D
    I am so waiting for the day I get next to a Ferrari or a Lambo.. ;D


    Quote Originally Posted by VF1Skullangel


    I bet Mr Ferrari has some very interesting storys to tell.
    :-X :-X

    Well, there were the Vipers, C6 Z06 Vettes, Porsche 996 turbos, built Mustangs, Camaros, blah blah blah.. Did I mention gearing to do 210+mph and lots of throttle and power still on tap at 160mph.. :-* 8)

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    Re: Replica vs Oirginal in performance

    Mr Ferrari FTW!!!!

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    Re: Replica vs Oirginal in performance

    Ok, those videos of you destroying that mustang at the track is just rediculous. I mean about a second into the video the mustang isn't even in the screen anymore.

    I about laughed out loud....That's insane...

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    Re: Replica vs Oirginal in performance

    Hey enzodesign what F40?..Lukester

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    Re: Replica vs Oirginal in performance

    hey lukster
    google "enzodesign f40"
    lots of results and all your answers!, our f40 section of the website is down at the mo as we update for 2010
    cheers

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    Re: Replica vs Oirginal in performance

    Ok Im building my own F40 replica..enzodesign..how much is the body and do you have photos that you can send...biggoof29@yahoo.com...Thnks Luke

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    Re: Replica vs Oirginal in performance

    Quote Originally Posted by sbsport23
    Ok, those videos of you destroying that mustang at the track is just rediculous. I mean about a second into the video the mustang isn't even in the screen anymore.

    I about laughed out loud....That's insane...

    ;D ;D

    And I thought supercharged 400rwhp Mustangs are susposed to be fast.. Ha..

    How about this 600hp track car.. If you notice he lifts the front tires off the line and he requires a huge hood to fit the big block engine and the high rise manifold and dual carbs..
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZOtiGb2Cts

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