Skullduggery is afoot in Cobraville, Indiana

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    Default Skullduggery is afoot in Cobraville, Indiana

    A recent spy cam photo less the 24 hrs old and taken at great personal risk by an unnamed Modfords sleuth seems to indicate Skullduggery is afoot in Cobraville Indiana.

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    Reportedly taken in the wee hours of the morning and before normal civilized people might be awake our secret photog snapped this picture of a strangely familiar SVT Cobra sneaking off to parts unknown.

    A lone rear shot of the vehicle seems to indicate it could well be the property of one Mofasta!!!!

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    Precious little factual data beyond these rare photographs and the tire pressures of the trailer tires is available. From the timing of the stealthy exit and the probable mission of car and driver only the worst can be surmised.

    In the words of the immortal Sherlock Holmes, "It has long been an axiom of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important."


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    I laughed, lol. Wonder what's going on here?

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    A stealthy move on Mofasta's part by any standard!

    Of course as the great Sherlock Holmes observed in, 'The Bascombe Valley Mystery', "There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact" ...


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    i observe someting on the back of the car that is wrong, can you find the hidden secret on the capn crunch puzzle? lol

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    is that a car or a billboard?

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    Hmmm......I plead the fifth........could be a imposter.....

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    I thought I saw something on the trunk in the pic about running on flux feul ??? ...

    Although, I do notice a change in his sig line!


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    Could never find a flex fuel emblem I liked. Any close up pics of yours? I want to do something subtle like that.

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    Oh boy love the new numbers Mofasta!

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    875 holy Crap..

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    Quote Originally Posted by GodStang View Post
    Could never find a flex fuel emblem I liked. Any close up pics of yours? I want to do something subtle like that.
    The one on his deck lid looks like the F-series flex fuel emblem...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultraspeed View Post
    875 holy Crap..
    One of the very big contributors to the engine's personality Daniel was the inlet that James at Cobra Engineering designed for it. From the hit all the way out to 6500, where he lifted, the boost only changed by 0.2 psi or less — which amounts to a virtually flat boost curve. The large 117mm Pro-M MAF and the VMP throttle body also did a great deal to clean up the intake path to the blower.

    The engine's torque peaked at 720 ft lbs around 4800 to 5000 rpm but was virtually the same down low and up high. The real benefit of the unrestricted intake was the fact the engine still had over 700 ft/lbs of torque at 6500 where AJ lifted. If you run the numbers out another 500 rpm to 7000 rpm and just hold 700 ft/lbs they would look like around 930 HP or so. The engine's rpm rise was quite brisk from the hit. Because the intent was to get the fuel system cleaned up and settled in, he was not attempting to shoot for big numbers, just safe numbers and that meant he had to get marginally over the converter's stall speed to get any type of meaningful data.

    His overall build was a conservative one with a longevity and a live to fight another day sort of mentality. So far it appears to be playing out very close to what he had hoped for.


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    not even a phone call......now I'm DEFF keeping secrets!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BADASS03SVT View Post
    not even a phone call......now I'm DEFF keeping secrets!!!!
    Uh-Oh, here we go ...

    If I am not mistaken Jake, there was an anniversary immediately following the dyno session and a bunch of contractor work simultaneously going on at the house. I think he may be innocent as charged — at least this time.

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    sound like more excuses like in his drag racing!

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    Ahhh, I see, as Holmes would have commented, 'the game is afoot ...'


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