Re: HISS ---> BILL S. Re: Magazine Dyno Results for 427 Side Oiler??? -
Oopsie... I was just melting away in the hot tub, (the air actually heated
the water today) and Usenet percolated forth among other random thoughts,
like "I'm glad I don't have the disease where your skin falls off".
I forgot about my truce with 180 with this post. I guess just I reverted to
olden times. I don't even actually know if anyone's listening, but the
group suddenly took the tone of "someone farted in here".
If you guys were listening, and are righteously pissed, I retract my
statment. It just seemed this place needed a roust, and I know who to poke
in the ribs, that's all. No harm was intended. Pat and Bill aren't
worthless piles of puke. Continuez donc.
I'm a bit grouchy. All this sobriety makes me damned irritable. And, it's
1000 degrees outside.
"Wound Up" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Oh, BILLIE!!! I HISS AT THEE, and summon thee forth
> Bill S. has actual experience with everything you speak of. Bill can
> speak about what he's seen and built.
> Just don't listen to 180out or Patrick (NoOp5L). All they do is
> regurgitate public information you've already seen. And as such, they are
> worth no more than the piles of puke they produce.
> Wound Up
> ThunderSnake #65
> "BW" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>I am looking for documented, published dyno reports, preferably done by
>> Ford, for the 427 Side Oiler that powered the 427 Cobra among others.
>> Yes, I know the approximate figures, and I have seen peak figure claims,
>> but I am looking for vintage testing reports (e.g. Hot Rod,
>> Hi-Performance Cars, etc.) with actual rpm/dyno figures.
>> I've been all over Google with every search inquiry I could think of and
>> the information eludes me.
>> Any help is much appreciated.
>> "Science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind."
>> - Albert Einstein.
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