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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-20-2012, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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My 1977 Mustang II street car, stroker 332"

With an estimated 530hp(at the crank, of course) 332" stroker 302 in it, the car is pretty radical, but it's my daily driver at times, nonetheless. 2 or 3 MPG around town when I'm having fun, but 13 mpg when cruising at 70.

Will "safely" rev to 8500.

Older video, with the little tires on it:

Half throttle run up to 85-90, trying to hook the radials:

Inside view of a half throttle run to 90, but failing to hook the radials:

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-09-2012, 09:43 AM
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Re: My 1977 Mustang II street car, stroker 332"

Wow, looks pretty quick! Thanks for sharing.


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Re: My 1977 Mustang II street car, stroker 332"

Get some slicks and take it to the track and see what she will do..No way radials are ever gonna hook on the street...I like the cowl hood much better than the other scoop..What are the specs on the drivetrain?

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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-16-2012, 05:27 AM
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Re: My 1977 Mustang II street car, stroker 332"

Could you share your build up information?

Well its been a while and no specs. Based on the videos I would say that is a 400 ish horse engine with a top end of around 7000 or a bit more. You can wing up one to 8 grand but it won't pull that in the real world. From the videos it acts a lot like my car. Mine will smoke drag radials in second gear until the cows get bored and go to roost.

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Re: My 1977 Mustang II street car, stroker 332"

AT68 Thanks for videos.
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