Quarter Mile List, 3rd Edition (Page 2/4)
Frenchrafe NOV 15, 11:36 AM
Hi everyone,
Here is my 12 second run from this summer:



OK, only just in the twelves, but hey!

Regards, Rafe

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'87 Fiero GT. 3800 turbo. Sticky tyres. Driven hard!

pmbrunelle NOV 15, 10:38 PM
Rafe, you're in the list now!

I looked in your build thread and I figured what turbo and transmission you are running; I felt like the extra information would be helpful to readers.

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Frenchrafe NOV 16, 03:50 PM
OK thanks!
I blew up the first turbo with a bad oïl feed 3 years ago.
I'm running a GT 3582 now. It spools a bit quicker.
Thanks for the listing, I'm really proud to be on it!

Regards
Rafe

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'87 Fiero GT. 3800 turbo. Sticky tyres. Driven hard!

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pmbrunelle NOV 16, 08:21 PM
Listing updated with the correct turbo.
pmbrunelle JUL 07, 06:24 PM
Following this thread:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/099439.html

I received an email from user Deathcon1395 with the following message:


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Hey, i wanted to send you my 1/4 slip and info to be added to the list on PFF.
I wasn't sure if i needed to email it or post it.
My car is an 1985 fiero gt, 3800sc + 4T65E-HD swapped, cold air intake, egr, evap, #2 o2 deleted and running 91 pump gas.
Track elevation was 2600' .

I



I updated the list!

Curious to see if you can get a quicker launch next time.

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Notorio JUL 10, 12:44 AM

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Frank Eijskoot: 8.492 @ 153.19 mph ( tube chassis / front-engine 427 SBC)



When did 427 small blocks become available? I thought they were only big block. If it's a small block why put it in the front?
Will JUL 10, 06:41 AM

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Originally posted by Notorio:

When did 427 small blocks become available? I thought they were only big block. If it's a small block why put it in the front?



Big Block 427's are 4.250 x 3.750.
Small Block 427's are 4.125 x 4.000.

Some witchcraft is necessary to squeeze a 4" stroke into a traditional small block, but LS blocks can take that just fine... in fact GM built an LS 427 in the C6 Corvette ZO6.
Honest Don JUL 23, 12:49 AM
I wish these lists included the 1/8 info.
pmbrunelle JUL 23, 09:27 PM
I could start adding in the supplemental data (1/8 mile ET, MPH, 60 foot, whatever) for new timeslips I receive, but the legacy entries will remain devoid of this information.

I would also need to format things a little bit differently to present the information in a uniform manner, despite the entries differing in content.

Do you only have a 1/8 strip near you?

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Honest Don JUL 26, 10:49 AM
Yeah, I have two 1/8th tracks somewhat nearby. It’s about a 3 hour drive to the nearest 1/4

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