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    seams theres 100 to 1 of chebys to fords.maybe its time to show of some!

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    here is mine

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    From when it was in my old boat. It's since been switched to another, but I don't have any pictures of it yet.


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    Here's mine:



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    I wish I had had the $$$ to buy this and stick it in a 18'-19' river racer:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Squirtcha? View Post
    From when it was in my old boat. It's since been switched to another, but I don't have any pictures of it yet.

    I don't feel so bad now that I see another Ford with Chebby orange on it.
    Wags

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    I always paint my chevies Blue. seems to help reliability and power.

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    I havent seen any hi-performance Fords yet so here ya go...

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    boss 500

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squirtcha? View Post
    From when it was in my old boat. It's since been switched to another, but I don't have any pictures of it yet.

    Hey Squirtcha- what's that blue line that comes from the bottom of the oil pan for? Bad ass setup BTW

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    Default ford guy here


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    Cool

    Here are some pictures I took at the 2006 Nitro nationals:

    This 460 powered boat (below) was running Edelbrock heads and a Victor intake. River Racer (a 12-second class):





    This D3VE-A2A headed hydro (below) was running in the 10-second class, and was 2005 Class Champion (last I heard). D3 heads, 2005 Class Champion:



    This boat, "Yikes" (below), was running an injected, Blue Thunder-headed 557 motor at the time, running in the 8-second class, usually in the zeros.




    Here's a Top Alcohol Flat (below) running a beautiful blown and injected Boss 429:





    And last but not least is this Jon Kaase built 815 (eight hundred fifteen) cubic inch engine (below). Running in the 7-second class.





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