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Since we are all such avid FORD lovers on this FORD site, I figured I'd show the dominance of Ford powered cars, over the Chevy cars in actual racing classes.

Fastest LSx car is X275


And then there is the car that DOMINATED X275 with 11 wins. Oh yeah.....it's powered by a SBF (that would be small block ford, for those who are unaware).



Hell, even a modular powered ford went faster than the fastest LSx car....lolz

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So, no bench racing needed from wannabes. We can see how Ford has dominated the racing scene in the closest thing to an all out street car class. There are at least 3 other SBF powered cars running faster than Smith. So when you hear all the talk about the all so mighty LS motors, just know that Ford is working that ass on the dragstrip with the SBF AND mod motors.

Ford powa, bitches!
 

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Why do you hate LSx so much? Not nut huggging either company but it seems like it takes a bit of effort to actively hate on another motor. I enjoy a nice modular motor as well as I do an LSx. Shouldn't we all be against the tuners?
 

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A friend of mine bracket races with me in a 1971 Pontiac Firebird. Runs 6.7x on motor and 6.2x on spray in the 1/8th.

It's powered by a big block Ford.

You oughta see the GM boys cry when they walk up to it and realize what it is 8-]
 

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I really don't care about how much power they can make, I care that they're a commonly-available all-aluminum, pushrod V8. If I want an aluminum SBF, it's something like $5k just for a bare block. Sure, I can get an aluminum mod motor cheap enough, but then I've got the size and weight of OHC heads, and that weight is all up high.
 

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I really don't care about how much power they can make, I care that they're a commonly-available all-aluminum, pushrod V8. If I want an aluminum SBF, it's something like $5k just for a bare block. Sure, I can get an aluminum mod motor cheap enough, but then I've got the size and weight of OHC heads, and that weight is all up high.
You can buy PLENTY of big power SBFs on the cheap. It seems everyone wants to compare a junkary LS to a freshly built ford. My buddy just sold his stock block 408 for $2300. It went 5.18, on DRs, at 3100 lbs.
 

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You can buy PLENTY of big power SBFs on the cheap. It seems everyone wants to compare a junkary LS to a freshly built ford. My buddy just sold his stock block 408 for $2300. It went 5.18, on DRs, at 3100 lbs.
Reread my post, I didn't say what I think you think I said :)
 

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Took a look around, seems Chevy has the fastest nitrous car in the class. What's your power adder again fatback
 

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Took a look around, seems Chevy has the fastest nitrous car in the class. What's your power adder again fatback
Again you want to drag my pos into a thread that has nothing to do with my car, and the only reason that you continue to do that is because you're an LS fanboy that has never actually done anything yourself. So if we are going to talk about my car, let's talk about yours. How fast have you been? What has your car done?

You want to accuse me of being a fanboy or troll, yet here you are, being a troll, yet you haven't done **** but run your mouth. So yes, my car has been a slow 9.92, which is a whole lot faster than anyone has ever run from the bleachers.

Sbf > LSx
 
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