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Old 12-27-2000, 08:26 AM
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Old 12-27-2000, 09:23 AM
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FFR 2290
302 ford. GT-40P heads, F cam, Performer RPM manifold, Holley 650 DBL, autometer classic gauges. Pro 5.0 shifter

BMW Titanium Silver w/ BMW slate gray stripes. The stripes are thin-wide.

The car was started by myself and my wife. After a time it was turned over to Gordon Levy for completion. Gordon did all body work and paint.
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Old 12-27-2000, 10:29 AM
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Old 12-27-2000, 10:44 AM
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FFR 1204
Viper Red - no stripes
302 roller engine
Trick Flow Twisted Wedge heads
1.6 roller rockers
FMS "F" cam
600 cfm Holley carb
Edelbrock Performer intake
MSD ignition
MSD billet distributor
T5 tranny
8.8 rear with 3.08 gears
American Racing aluminum wheels
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Old 12-27-2000, 11:37 AM
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FFR2229K here.

Started August this year, hope to finish this Winter/Spring. Fitting doors and hood right now. Just about ready to start bodywork.

Stock 302 (F.I.)
T5
8.8 rear w/ 4:10's
15" PS Engineering Halibrands
Autometer Ultralights
Will be blue/white

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Old 12-28-2000, 12:53 AM
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Ordered my FFR three weeks ago. May 26, 2001 ship date. Options so far include dual roll bars, body cutouts. Will run stock 302 EFI. Project is a family deal. Looking for a unique street ride, not a pavement pounder.
Will be posting items at http://www.teamfour.com/cobra/

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Old 12-28-2000, 04:33 AM
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FFR1775 - 2200 miles
Med Blue pearl with white stripe
Black rollbar/bumper jacks/pipes
Stewart Warner gauges
Windwings
351W crate motor/GT40X heads
Polished alum hipo water pump
Black Magnum 65A Alt.
March pulleys
Black ribbed Valve covers
MSD 6AL/FMS Blue Wires
BG Race Demon 650 Carb
Weiand Dual Plane Stealth manifold
T5Z tranny/ B&M shifter
8.8 rear w/3.73 gears
PSE Halibrand knockoffs
BG Drag Radials 275x50x15 rear
Comp TA's 235x60x15 front
Front - Pro coilover shocks
Rear - Coils with Koni's and KYB Quads
2220 lbs with no driver 1/2 tank fuel
No radio
Apologies for the edits...I am supposed to be busy at work!
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Old 12-28-2000, 07:01 AM
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FFR2262K received 8/29/00

IRS, 4 into 4 Headers, FFR Tubular Front Lower Control Arms, Hood Hinge

302 with GT40 Heads, 1.7 Roller Rockers, E Cam, Pro-M 77mm MAS, Cobra Intake Manifold
T5 with Pro 5.0 shifter, King Cobra clutch, Forte clutch adjuster
SuperCoupe rear end with 3.27 gears and posi

Cobra 13" Front Brakes
AFS Chrome Cobra R Wheels, 17 x 8 front and 17 x 9 rear
Miata seats
Flaming River steering rack
AC pedals

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Old 12-28-2000, 10:37 AM
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David Truelove. Skiatook, ok.
FFR1982. 427 c.i. Windsor. 3.73 rear gear. Tremmec 3550 tranny. Vic. Jr. cyl. heads. Holley 830 carb. Center Force 11 clutch. very satisfied!
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Old 12-28-2000, 12:23 PM
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Alain (Alan) Vanhollebeke
FFR # 1341
99 Dodge truck "intense blue pearl"
viper white stripes

FFR options:
15" PS engineering wheels
stewart warner gauges mounted in "s/c"style
heater
sunvisors/windwings
authentic style shifter handle
FFR upper&lower rear arms

powered by:
345HP 5.0 liter ford w/EFI w/10.5 comp
GT40P heads(milled/ported)+plus long list of cool stuff


T-5 5speed trans, 8.8in rear end w/ 3.55 gears

Build time: took me four months
Driving experience: over 3k miles of good times.

2000 winner of KS region E-mod class solo2 championship

entered one "all ford" car show (over80 cars in the class) and took 1rst in class & "best of show" trophies home

average 18.5 mpg, cost around 500 bucks a year to insure for 35k$.

complaints:
#1-consolidated freight shipping-long story-
they tried to "price gouge me& held my kit HOSTAGE for days, waiting to fix their mistake

#2-the forums,,,,yes, these darn forums! I keep reading posts that tempt me to get more HP, or spend more $$$$$ here & there. I used to think I would be happy with a cobra, (but thanks to all you "bad influences" here) I now want a GT40, and a daytona coupe too!

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Old 12-28-2000, 01:12 PM
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FFR1430
Stock '92 GT drivetrain.
Viper Blue/White stripes.
6K miles since July 99.
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Old 12-29-2000, 03:41 AM
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FFR #2372 delivered 11/22/00
331 DSS forged kit
Wolverine Blue Racer cam .510/.534, 289/299 dur.
Ford GT-40 iron, no, wait, Holley alum, no, Ford GT-40X305's, ummmm... AFR 165's (various head sets for sale)
Edelbrock RPM Air Gap w/ Edel 600 carb
DUI one wire HEI ignition/alternator
March pullies and brackets
Tri States headers and pipes
T5Z/2.95 first, King Cobra clutch
Billet alum. flywheel
T-Bird IRS/3.73 gears, xtra clutch pack,
F-150 spring
Fuel Safe cell, aluminium
FMS Cobra"R"'s, 2000 18X9.5 take offs, powdercoated
265/35ZR18's front, 295/35ZR18's rear
Wilwood 4 piston brakes, F/R with J. Riddells brackets
Anodized aluminium panels
Custom color powdercoating on control arms, brake brackets, coil over springs
Body by Stine
Paint by Maaco
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Old 12-29-2000, 02:03 PM
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Just sold FFR 1328K. New FFR arrives on 1/20/01. Already have most of the parts. Going with a 392 new FMS Stroker with a new Tremec 3550-2 tranny and IRS. Also have Trigo pin drives and 4 wheel disk. IRS should be here shortly (Jim??). Old FFR was red with black stripes. New FFR will be silver with kinda ghost charcoal stripes.

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Old 01-10-2001, 10:52 AM
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I received my kit last March. The rolling chassis is complete and am currently working on the wiring.

I built a 428 with:
- HV oil pump
- forged alum pistons (30 over)
- blueprinted
- porting/polishing (port matched)
- Performer RPM intake
- Crane hyd cam
int 0.548 - 222 @ 0.50
exh 0.58 - 234 @ 0.50
114 separation
- Holley 750 dp
- MSD 6AL box w/billit alum dist
- other small goodies

Tremec TKO with mid-shift
Pin drive IRS (Mark VIII rear)
IFR (tubular lowers)
Smiths gauges
Power Coated frame
Oil Cooler
Flaming River Rack-n-Pinion w/shaft
Using all new parts
(until I can't afford it anymore)

Can't wait for fire it up in April. Vrooom...

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Old 01-19-2001, 06:50 AM
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FFRxxxx
Due to arrive end of February. Can't wait anymore. Somebody move the calendar!!!!!
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Old 01-19-2001, 10:50 PM
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The dash is set up as a Street/Competition Cobra with: Smith’s, Moto-Lita, Lucas, AC, Stellings, Simpson, Ray Dot and bulkhead mounted battery cut-off switch.

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Brent,
What are you doing the FFR's already have there own place on Cobraforum, and now you want them to take over Clubcobra? They always make fun of me when I tell them I'm running a Chevy engine in my Cobra Replica.

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I recieved my kit in mid october. Here are some of the specs.
FFR2325K
I am not using a donor(I know that was stupid!)Motor is a 351w bored and stroked to 427. Speedmotive did a very nice job should run at 550hp. The complete system is ceramic coated. I just sent the body to the paint shop-going with black with metallic gold stripes. T-5 5speed 323 rear gears-pro shocks on all four corners. Factory Five complete tubular suspension-Griffen radiator-AutoMeter Phantom gauges(200mph speedo). Cobra 17"x9" chrome spoke wheels with 295 rear and 275 fronts. Hope it all turns out looks good so far!!!
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My car is black with silver stripes 88' roller 302 B-303 cam, ported/polished/gasket matched stock heads Weiand dual plane intake Holley 600 dbl.pumper, T-5, T-Bird disc 8.8 w/373's 9"x17" Cobra R w/255's. Future transplant dreams are for a 351W with AFR heads and a Tremec trans.

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Old 03-30-2001, 08:07 AM
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FFR 2335

Delivered on Oct, 28 2000. Completed Feb. 17, 2001

Viper Blue w/White Stripes, 15" Team III Wheels. 235/60-15 and 275/50-15's BFG's
302, Trick Flow Heads, E-303, 1.6 Omega RR, #24 injectors, 65mm TB, 73mm C&L, Explorer Intake and 190 fuel pump
8.8 with 4(8) friction disc Trac-Loc, 3.27 and 5 lugs.

T-5 with Pro 5.0. Disc front, drum rears. Flaming River Rack.

I build this car completely (including seam and paint work). The only work hired out was mounting the tires and front end alignment.
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