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Thread: Finaly get to build a FFR

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    Looks nice what size did you get?
    Aerodynamics are for those who can't build engines - Enzo Ferrari

    FFR33 coupe #997, ordered 2/20/17, delivered 4/15/17, build thread
    Planned: 350-383 SBC, TKO600, hardtop, no fenders, hood, no sides, 3 link, 18x10 (285) 19x13 (345)
    Previous fun: GTD40, AC replica, 37 Ford, 55 Chevy, 66 Nova, 56 F100, 64 Catalina

  2. #42
    315/30 r18 rears and 255/35 r18 up front. This is the size factory five recommends, since I didn't want to deal with tire rub I used their suggested sizes.

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    Finally the weatherman was wrong in my favor. On Saturday it was sunny and nice out in the morning so I ran the car around the block a couple times. I found that I love the motor that Craft Racing built. It sounds grea,t runs very civilized if just cruising and it's fully warmed (surges a bit when cold), and it will liquefy the tires on command in at least the first 3 gears. �� IMG_2289.JPG

  4. #44
    Those tires look wicked!
    Future owner of an FFR Roadster - Currently dreaming/studying/planning
    Employee at BluePrint Engines
    Located in Kearney Nebraska

  5. #45
    Thanks, they are the Toyo R888 replacements. Same rubber compound but revised cording and sidewalls for better response and stability. I haven't had a chance obviously to run them at the track yet so I can't give you my thoughts on how they do when warmed up.

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    Those are some MEATY tires! If you don't mind the tip, it looks like you need some help with pics and such.

    Here are some links with tips...

    ...about managing a build thread title:
    http://thefactoryfiveforum.com/showt...tle-Guidelines

    Embedding pics using our gallery:
    http://thefactoryfiveforum.com/showt...tures-in-posts

    More about offsite pics:
    http://thefactoryfiveforum.com/showt...-post-pictures



    PS I gotta hand it to you BIG HP guys. I'm very happy with my little 302. At least I can put my foot into it without too many surprises...

    FFR 5369 Pin Drive, IRS, Trigos, Torsen, Wilwoods, FMS BOSS 302 "B" cam , Mass-flo. CA SB100 (SPCN) Registered
    Delivered 4/23/06. "Finished" 4/2012 (still not done!)


  7. #47
    Cool, thanks for the help with the pics. I would post more often, but every time the pics don't want to work.

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