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Old 07-10-2010, 12:58 PM
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Hey Superformance Followers.

We just delivered this Superformance MKIII Roadster on Friday. Had some pictures taken of it. This is a great running car with a Roush 402SR. Saw Gary this morning with the car at Cars and Coffee with a crowd around it. Thanks Gary. We donít sell may Roadster undercar exhaust MKIII. If you ever want a need looking car this is it. Let me know if you would like more pictures and info on the build.
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Old 07-10-2010, 01:24 PM
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Beautiful car!! I think these things are "the bomb".

The clean look without rollbars, side pipes, stripes and hood scoops looks great. I am not a fan of the larger diameter wheels, but that is just me.

Mine is a "hybrid" - street roadster with full width roll bar, stripes and hood scoop - but that is just me.

There was a thread a few days ago trying to compile a list of Superformance street roadsters. Not too many around.

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Very Cool mix of vintage and modern look!
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hey superformance followers.

We just delivered this superformance mkiii roadster on friday. Had some pictures taken of it. This is a great running car with a roush 402sr. Saw gary this morning with the car at cars and coffee with a crowd around it. Thanks gary. We donít sell may roadster undercar exhaust mkiii. If you ever want a need looking car this is it. Let me know if you would like more pictures and info on the build.
gorgeous!
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Looks like Lance just stole it and is driving away with it............
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Old 07-14-2010, 11:51 AM
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Is the price listed somewhere? If not, then it should be.
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You can contact me directly by sending me a private message if you would like to know the price.

Thanks for all the great comments, it truly is a gorgeous Superformance car!
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You can contact me directly by sending me a private message if you would like to know the price.

Thanks for all the great comments, it truly is a gorgeous Superformance car!
I believe THIS is for you.
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How can you fit an air cleaner under the hood without a scoop???
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I believe THIS is for you.
BaaHaa!! I was wondering how long that would go.
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Different height filters, Different height manifolds...it fits perfectly
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Does anybody know a workable combination of manifold and air filter (vintage look) for the Roush 402 combination and a FLAT hood?? SPF21xx series
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Period correct wheels/tires and that's the car for me.
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Does anybody know a workable combination of manifold and air filter (vintage look) for the Roush 402 combination and a FLAT hood?? SPF21xx series
You might want to try different 14" drop base air cleaners bottoms. K&N makes them in 2 different 'drops', 7/8" and 1-1/2". There are others, too.
The lower one can be pretty low, though. When tightening the lid you can get dents from the breather tubes, and you can see the lid being sucked down when the engine is pushed. The motor can't breathe with the lid that close to the carb.
The K&N X-Stream tops may be an option for better air flow but those lids are THICK and fugly, but may be a necessity.
Are you thinking 14" round? Oval? A sacrifice in airflow and/or appearance will probably have to be made somewhere.
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You might want to try different 14" drop base air cleaners bottoms. K&N makes them in 2 different 'drops', 7/8" and 1-1/2". There are others, too.
The lower one can be pretty low, though. When tightening the lid you can get dents from the breather tubes, and you can see the lid being sucked down when the engine is pushed. The motor can't breathe with the lid that close to the carb.
The K&N X-Stream tops may be an option for better air flow but those lids are THICK and fugly, but may be a necessity.
Are you thinking 14" round? Oval? A sacrifice in airflow and/or appearance will probably have to be made somewhere.
Round would be fine, but oval (Cobra style) would be great for vintage appearances as well. Could always do a turkey pan, I suppose. Do you have a link to locate the K&N drop bases? I can't seem to locate them.

I wonder how the better quality reproduction Mustang setups would work? I know the cheap version doesn't have as much drop as the better reproduction.
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