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Old 06-05-2003, 23:53   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all, last week i bought a 5 litre fairlane. As i am new to windsors, what should i do to make it spin a little better?

It is stock except for some extractors.

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Lower final drive,good exaust.Then it starts getting expensive !!!
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The first step IMO is the exhaust. I've still got the stock extractors and manage to get around 10kw with that.

From there I'm looking a new head's etc...as soon as I get the cash together or a better paying job.
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