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  • MAC702
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    The last I heard was that Toyota had to design a pushrod engine to be eligible. I thought even the trucks were running pushrod engines right now.

    Dodge is the only outfit still SELLING pushrod engines, aren't they?

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  • harmony
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    Porsche is planning to compete in NASCAR, should be interesting..........

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  • shorttrakracr07
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    I think Fuel injection would be cool but it would take a lot of money for all that new technology to be introduced competitively. Yes carburetors are 25 year old technology but they have gotten better in those 25 years. Toyota in NASCAR is definetely stir up a lot. Correct me if i'm wrong but i dont think their motor is a pushrod, or is it? I cant remember.

    my $.02

    Jared

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  • frank865
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    Fuel injection would throw a big hump into the learning curve alright...But come-on...Carbs are 25 years out of date...Drag them into the modern world.

    It's only cheating if they get caught isn't it???

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  • MeanDean
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    If they go to fuel injection they will have to make the fuel cells smaller. It will improve milage and Nascar IMO wants fuel stop strategy to be part of the game. Also It will be a huge learning curve for the cheaters and the Nascar police. OOOPS. They dont cheat in Nascar do they.lol.

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  • MAC702
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    We're talking about the same Toyotas that have been made in the US by UAW union workers for the last 20 years, right?

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  • martymar333
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    Originally posted by bill5674
    speaking of nascar,,anybody besides me pissed that they are letting toyota into the cup? Figured i`d stir up up some poo....

    i don't have a problem with it.

    marty

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  • bill5674
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    speaking of nascar,,anybody besides me pissed that they are letting toyota into the cup? Figured i`d stir up up some poo....

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  • frank865
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    It may have been talked to death before, but I've not seen it...
    When is NASCAR going to fuel injection? No "stock car" has had a carburetor for 20 years.

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  • Grumpy
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    Jeff Gordon is cocky. JMHO. The real champ in my book was Dale Ernhart, Sr and he was also a cocky something or other.

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  • RDK
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    Originally posted by MAC702
    Speed has nothing to do with class.
    Not sure what kind of "class" you're talking about!

    Yo' buddy Jack Roush couldn't build a motor that would last a entire race-sooooo- he combines with Robert Yates Racing, Rowdy shows 'em how to build a motor-gets absolutely NOTHING in return from Roush or Ford. Just plain screwed him over, word is Yates may defecting back the Bowtie boys. Now that is "class" !

    The guy that started this thread did want to talk motorsports, didn't He?

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  • calweld
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    Originally posted by MAC702
    Speed has nothing to do with class.
    I know a few "fast women" that illustrate that point exactly!!!

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  • MAC702
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    Speed has nothing to do with class.

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  • RDK
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    Argue?

    Originally posted by MAC702
    I've always thought Jeff Burton was a class act. WAY TOO CLASSY for the likes of Richard Childress Racing. I've very glad to see him as their star right now.
    Just exactly is WHAT IS NOT CLASSY about Richard Childress Racing ? Maybe you noticed Burton is WAY faster in a Chevy than a Roushmobile?

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  • MAC702
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    Originally posted by bigdogjoe62
    forget jeff gorden look how good JEFF BURTON is doing this year
    I've always thought Jeff Burton was a class act. WAY TOO CLASSY for the likes of Richard Childress Racing. I've very glad to see him as their star right now.

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