Today has been a very awful day today i was mocked at Tafe for loving EA-ED falcons.My mates kept telling me how much of a slug EA'S are.So i had enoug,h I challenged my mate for a quick drag at the lights and yes i bet him, i said never underestimate a EA falcon.I guess they are all holden lovers so they dont know any better, shame.I am a proud owner of my EA i love her to death and shes been really loyal to me, you guys should all be proud to drive a E SERIES falcon.Thought id share something personal Cheers safe driving guys.
88 EA fairmontGhia gunmetal black
EL engine,K'N pod FILTER,Pacemaker extractors,ELxr6 exhaust,hiflow cat,Diff 3.45.1 I went to Easternats I thought i had died and gone to heaven
Good stuff mate, alot of people underestimate the potential of the old e series.
My dad bought a holden adventra with the gen 3 v8, he thought his 245kw car would cream mine but to his absolut amazement i blew him away off the line and there was know way he could catch me. bawaahahahahahaha
so ea's have a bad rep, but they were the baby that grew into a man (EA-EL)
but they were a bloody good car!
The VN crappodores weren't any better than the EA (actually probably weren't as they were prone to crank breakages)
I love my EB, it has been a good reliable car since the day i got it (4 months old, and 33,000 on the clock), 100,000 taxi drivers cannot be wrong!..its their life.
Enjoy your EA mate, and laugh at your holden counterparts as they replace things like Crank Angle sensors (part is cheaper than the labour to do it....even better if the harmonic grabs it and tears the wiring out too hehehe)
I'd pick an EA over a VN anyday. I've driven a VN with the same number of Ks on the clock (280,000) and I couldn't wait to get out of it. The on/off throttle is what annoys me the most, it was a common thing with them I read somewhere.
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