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Old 11-06-2004, 21:46   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering if anyone would know whether or not an 1985 Bronco would be fine under Victorian law to drive on P's?

I am assuming it would be. Just looking for confirmation.

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Re: Power to Weight Ratio

dnt think it would be but not sure 100%
there a pretty big and heavy car and plus i dnt think ull get much attention unless ur on a oval ripping it up doin doies hehe
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Old 11-07-2004, 02:07   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Power to Weight Ratio

1985 Ford Bronco 302: 190hp 285ftlbs (142kW 386Nm) and 2155kg (4741lbs)

1985 Ford Bronco 351: 156hp (116kW) and 2155kg (4741lbs)

1985 Ford Bronco 351 HO: 210hp (158kW) and 2160kg (4752lbs)

They're all under 125kW/tonne (is that what it is in VIC).. so I think they should be fine.
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Cheers guys. Thanks for the help!
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Re: Power to Weight Ratio

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do you know of any links to aust bronco / F100 sites?
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Re: Power to Weight Ratio

I'd be keen to know of any aussie bronco sites, the us sites aren't much help when it comes to set up etc.

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