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I wonder what constitutes a Cobra Jet these days?..

December 4 2017 at 9:41 PM

doug smith  (Login cjshaker)
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A factory block, heads and crank? Because I'd venture to say a great many of them will have aftermarket heads and intakes. How about a stroker with aftermarket heads and intake, leaving only the block as a CJ piece....if it's not a passenger car block, that is? And if all that is acceptable, would my original CJ Mach 1 be welcome since it has a 427 in it? It's got a stock $ crank, factory intake and C5 heads, so it'll be more Ford than most CJ cars these days.

Just wondering out loud, because I wouldn't mind attending but doubt if I'd even be allowed. It does say "modern Cobra Jet", so if I point out the fact that I have CJ valve covers, that ought to be good enough happy.gif

 
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