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Old 02-22-2014, 08:13 PM
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That almost looks like a modern day Ranchero
Just a way cool version.
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Old 02-22-2014, 08:38 PM
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yeah we do…it's called an el camino
Lol. You'll only find custom el caminos with fuel injection.
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Old 02-22-2014, 10:14 PM
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trust me there nicer to drive than an el camino. those things should be banned
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Old 02-22-2014, 10:27 PM
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trust me there nicer to drive than an el camino. those things should be banned
How about some details on the ride. Looks pretty cool for a Ford guy like me.
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SINGLE AXLE 14" PACKAGE STARTING AT $369
SINGLE AXLE 15" PACKAGE STARTING AT $439
TANDEM AXLE 14" PACKAGE STARTING AT $649
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Old 02-22-2014, 10:31 PM
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How about some details on the ride. Looks pretty cool for a Ford guy like me.
I thought that blue oval was the one thing going against the vehicle.
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Old 02-22-2014, 10:35 PM
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I thought that blue oval was the one thing going against the vehicle.
Perhaps the XR dominates sales down under like the F150 does here.
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Old 02-22-2014, 10:36 PM
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Perhaps the XR dominates sales down under like the F150 does here.
Lmbo. That wouldn't be a stretch.
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Old 02-23-2014, 04:38 AM
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Guys its a 2011 XR6Turbo. These are what as tradies drive to work in. 4,0litre double over hed cam 24 valve intercooled. 6 speed manual, limited slip diff. 270 kilowatts and 550 nm of torque from the factory. Mines been SCT flash tuned to 315 kilowatts (410 HP). its bucket loads of fun to drive. Basically I can go down the road in 3rd gear bury my foot through the fire wall kick the clutch and it will spin the rear tyres all the way to 4th, Its fun trying to pull the boat up the ramp in the rain as you can imagine. Colour is colour I designed. Under strong lights its actually pink. during the day it deep maroon with a subtle old metal flake clear with fairly dark tinted windows. Ill hook it to the boat and send through some photos.

This link shows you what these engines and gearboxs are capable of

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Old 02-27-2014, 05:54 PM
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Had to pick up the boat today and take it to the dealer for some pre-season maintenance and to fix some gel coat scratches. This was the first time I've towed this baby. The dealership delivered it to the marina last spring and it stayed there all summer and winter (in storage).

I was a little concerned about how my Tundra would do towing it. It's got the 5.8L and tow package and is rated over 10,000 pounds. The boat is 5,550 plus the trailer. No problems there. But I was worried it might not have enough traction, especially if the tires got wet, to pull it up the ramp. But it did great.

Now the question is whether to have the dealer install a Wetsounds 420EQ while they have it in the shop. Hmm....
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Old 02-27-2014, 06:13 PM
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Had to pick up the boat today and take it to the dealer for some pre-season maintenance and to fix some gel coat scratches. This was the first time I've towed this baby. The dealership delivered it to the marina last spring and it stayed there all summer and winter (in storage).

I was a little concerned about how my Tundra would do towing it. It's got the 5.8L and tow package and is rated over 10,000 pounds. The boat is 5,550 plus the trailer. No problems there. But I was worried it might not have enough traction, especially if the tires got wet, to pull it up the ramp. But it did great.

Now the question is whether to have the dealer install a Wetsounds 420EQ while they have it in the shop. Hmm....
That's a beast. Beauty.
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