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The assembly video is pretty neat. It's down at the bottom of the list. Lots of action shots.
 

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Can anyone translate those numbers?
290 kilowatts of power
520 Newton metres of torque
 

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290 Kilowatts x 1.341 Horse-power/Kilowatt = 388.89 Horsies.

540 Newton Meters x .7380 Ft. Lbs/Newton Meter = 389.852 Ft. Lbs of torq.

Darn near a 400 x 400 out of the box!
 

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Roughly 388 Horsepower and 384 ft/lbs of Torque. Pretty good. Is that at the rear wheel? Cool engine.
 

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You can get one of those in the US!! It came in the 2000 Cobra R..... Almost!! Its not identical but has same cubes and roughly the same power output, And is 2 years ahead of the aussie motor. If you were to really want one you could find a 5.4 DOHC from a wrecked Lincoln Navigator and build your own!! Ive been looking to do a DOHC 5.4 for my Lightning but theres currently no affordable way to mount the supercharger to the 4 valve heads. Racers edge motorsports in Florida have a manifold but theres not enough interest yet to make the quantity required to get the price down to affordable levels.
 

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It's called legislation by a bunch of individuals who don't think we can run our own lives and need their help, with the assistance of another bunch of tree-hugging liberals who think they know everything.
 
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