FlatOut Issue 166: GM Family 2 build-up, Ford v Ferrari that didn’t happen and more!

FlatOut Issue 166: GM Family 2 build-up, Ford v Ferrari that didn’t happen and more!


dear readers, welcome to the latest edition of flatout brasil here we have listed exclusive materials for customers if you are not yet part of the flatout world click here and register now if you want to check the previous editions click here flatout goodguys what was the response from the press during the the first ride on a picture based on a chevette with a rear wheel drive when all rivals already had other mechanical configurations in this matter, marco antonio oliveira reviews his library and shares with us everything that was said. about the chevy 500 when it came to the market https //flatout with br/chevy 500 what the journalists said during the launch/ thinking about making a turbo primed or aspirated chevrole that block and head to use we explain where to start in this matter — and even leave you a tip one of these in the garage without having to prepare https //flatout with br/preparacao do motor familia 2 da gm/classi cos and chevrolet entering pareo and starting to import silverado to brazil soon with the confirmation of ford f 150 of brazil we will again have three americans the big guys selling big pickups here this week we remember the last time this happened in the 1970s with pickups from. then the dodge d100 ford f100 and the chevrolet c10 which makes us ask the inevitable question which was the best pickup in the 1970s culture the list of german rockers of the 1980s is large and varied in style and ability but none of them are too extreme and fearless entering into such an exaggeration that willy konig who would think of putting two turbos on a ferrari bb or testeossa at the same time. when 400 hp was such a high limit that it seemed impossible to reach konig was already making 650 hp engines without any fear while making the craziest body kits you’ve ever seen in your entire life. world life https //flatout with br/koenig specials the craziest tuner of 1980s/ have been around for over 60 years but how many times have you noticed that truck decals are a distant cousin of the hot rod pinstripe https // flatout with br/hot rods and brazilian trucks/ history in 2002 gm launched a new family of engines in the United States where the flagship was the aluminum 4 liter 2 dohc inline six the vortec 4200 family also had 5 engines and 4 cylinders in this line. the last one with 2800 cm3 in 2002 opal died and was buried but that didn’t stop us from thinking about an alternative future where this modern six in a line family ended up https://flatout with br/vortec 4200 the six. in the opal line that never existed / you know that ford vs ferrari almost had a street rematch in the 1980s and that it didn’t work because of the french https //flatout with br / when ford vs ferrari round two / rides a big engine bike i know s in a line of aluminum dohc quite clear and crossed the front of the bike so wide that it protected the rider’s legs; so powerful that it made this motorcycle the fastest and fastest motorcycle in the world at its time a big time motorcycle that never goes back without balance and with vertical riding https://flatout by br/honda cbx the most beautiful and amazing cylinder motorcycle six in history/

Dear readers, welcome to the latest edition of FlatOut Brasil! Here we have listed exclusive articles for subscribers. If you’re not yet part of the FlatOut world, click here and sign up now! If you want to check out previous versions, click here.


FlatOut GoodGuys

What was the reaction of the press during the first ride on the photo based on the Chevette, with rear wheel drive, when all the rivals were already with other mechanical configurations? In this article, Marco Antônio Oliveira goes through his library and shares with us everything that was said about the Chevy 500 when it hit the market.

Chevy 500: What did the media say at the launch?

Thinking of making a customized Chevrolet? Turbo or aspirated? Which block and header to use? We explain where to start in this article – and even leave a tip to put one of these in the garage without having to prepare …

Best Versions and Recipes for GM Family 2 Engine Prep


classics

With Chevrolet entering the fray and starting to import the Silverado to Brazil soon, and the confirmation of the Ford F-150 in Brazil, we will once again have the big three Americans selling big pickups here. This week, we’re looking back at the last time that happened: in the 1970s. And the pickup trucks of that era: the Dodge D100, Ford F100 and Chevrolet C10. Which brings us to the inevitable question: what was the best pickup truck of the 1970s?

D100 x F100 x C10: what was the best Brazilian pickup truck of the 1970s?


Car culture

The list of 1980s German tuners is extensive and varied in style and capability. But none of them was as fierce and fearless as Willy König. Who would have thought to put two turbos in a Ferrari BB or Testarossa? At a time when 400 hp was a very high limit that seemed impossible to reach, König was already making 650 hp engines without any fear. At the same time create the craziest body kits you’ve ever seen in your entire earthly life.

Koenig-Specials: The Craziest Tuner of the 1980s

They’ve been around for over 60 years, but how often have you noticed that truck colors are a distant cousin of the hot rod pinstripe?

A thin line connecting Brazilian hot rods and trucks


History

In 2002, GM launched a new family of engines in the United States where the flagship was the aluminum 4.2-liter DOHC inline six, the Vortec 4200. The family also had 5- and 4-cylinder engines, the latter with 2800 cm3. . In 2002 Opal died and was buried already. But that didn’t stop us from imagining an alternative future where this modern sixth family ended up in.

Vortec 4200: The Opal Six-in-Line That Never Was

What? Did you know that Ford vs. Ferrari almost got a street replay in the 1980s? And that it didn’t work because of the French?

When Ford vs. Ferrari was about to have a second lap… on the street!?


motorcycle

Large aluminum DOHC inline six engine, completely open and across the front of the bike. So wide that it protected the pilot’s feet; so powerful that it made it the fastest and fastest motorcycle in the world at its time. An ancient beast that never comes back, without balance, and runs upright.

Honda CBX: the most beautiful and strange six-cylinder motorcycle in history

THIS Chevy GMC 500 2.0 16V Turbo
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