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    67 fairlane & 86 mustang 5.0

    a couple guys I work with are big ford guys. I've never really been in to racing and am pretty new to LS1's. I had 94 LT1 with an M6 but now have an 02 Z28 A4. Anyway the fairlane is set up for the 1/8 mile with 4.56 gears and some suspenion goodies and everyone around town knows the car for being fast. I didn't really know what to expect so I accepted his challenge and we set up for an 1/8 mile. he was doing big burnouts to get the tires sticky, I just pulled up next to him without wanting to burn up my tires. We were tied off the line but once I finally got full traction, it was over, I let off before the end and asked him if all my taillights were working. The guy with the mustang wanted nothing to do with it. These LS1's are great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JunkyardZ View Post
    a couple guys I work with are big ford guys. I've never really been in to racing and am pretty new to LS1's. I had 94 LT1 with an M6 but now have an 02 Z28 A4. Anyway the fairlane is set up for the 1/8 mile with 4.56 gears and some suspenion goodies and everyone around town knows the car for being fast. I didn't really know what to expect so I accepted his challenge and we set up for an 1/8 mile. he was doing big burnouts to get the tires sticky, I just pulled up next to him without wanting to burn up my tires. We were tied off the line but once I finally got full traction, it was over, I let off before the end and asked him if all my taillights were working. The guy with the mustang wanted nothing to do with it. These LS1's are great.
    Lol, nice. You would think if these guys track there cars alot they would know what a ls1 can do. And with 4.56s in a 67 fairlane there is little else to do but track it.

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    to Op,what did the 67 Fairlane(maybe you can call it Fail-lane now) have for transmission and engine ?

    Oh,and I do like those mid-60s' Fairlanes and I like all Mustangs.
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    My Dad got my Mom either a 68/69 Cougar Eliminator with a 390, and a three speed auto, and 3.90- sumthin’ diff’ gears, and would always tell me how much faster that car was and how “today’s cars” wouldn’t be able to keep up.

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