Originally Posted by steven65stang2893speed
on man does it light me up whenever i see a post on any old car that says o it has a V6 ohhhhhhhhhhhhh, anyways it is a I6 bro. But yea on a good note i have listen to quite a bit of inline 6 engines run and they sound great nice and steady good gas milage and power.
I once had a debate with a supposed 'car guy' about what I had in my mustang. Granted, his knowledge was limited to his lime green saab convertible (which led me to question his sexuality). Asked what I had in it and the conversation liek this:
"just a six".
"Oh, I love those V-6s".
"It's an inline 6"
"No it's not, it's a V-6"
"No really, I rebuilt the engine, I'm pretty sure it's an inline 6"
"Ford didn't make an inline, you don't know what you are talking about"
"well, let's go take a look in the parking lot"
5 minutes later
"Oh, that's not the original style engine"
Then again, I've had people argue with me that my volvo's couldn't possibly have an inline 5 cylinder, that engines had to have even number of cylinders.
Slade & The KaStang
200 CI, T5, Comp Cam 260H ,Dual Exhaust Headers, OZ 250/2V head, Holley 390 4V, DS2 Ignition w/ MSD Digital 6+, GT 5 lug disc brakes, 8" rear end, V-8 Steering
5.0 EFI with Megasquirt, BBK SSI intake Manifold, Trickflow TW170 AL Heads, TF Stage 1 Cam...and a quiet as hell exhaust. Want it to sound like an I6...
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