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Re: George Fury 120 Y /FJ24
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dattodude, I have on good authority that it's most definately a FJ24.

BTW congrats on getting hitched.

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Re: George Fury 120 Y /FJ24
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You ever seen an A series pull like that? I'd love to see these cars one day, spose I could join the Brindabilla (not even close am I?) motorsport forums and look around there, they've got a fair collection of good stuff in that club.

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Re: George Fury 120 Y /FJ24
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video on youtube from World Rally Champs at Coffs Harbour 2011
turn up the volume, yes, i had an issue with a corner, yes the belts malfunctioned, and the nav told me our speed on Terratrip display, just befoe i backed off prior to finish line

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9LbCMNoqpY

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Hey Jason heres a couple of pics I took earlier in the year when we spoke.
definatley a fj24(drysumped), serious brakes(lockeed fronts, mk63 rear), serious suspension(DMS- before there was DMS), seriously cool.
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Re: George Fury 120 Y /FJ24
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you lucky barstard! good work!

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Well, Ben Diggles ( brisbane FJ guru) has just fitted the original Blydenstein cams, that i managed to get copies of, and it is running far better in low to mid range, cams start to kick in at 3000, instead of 5000, and are good to 8000, still plenty of stick, but now low down stump pulling torque.
It is off to The Alpine Rally in Lakes Entrancve Victoria, in a couple weeks time, we are running at Front of Field, leading the 120 other cars, so no dust, and clean roads, 450 kms, competitve, over three days.
Latest vid posted on youtube, of camera behind our sets, shows how rough the sss section at thw WRC rally was at Coffs harbour, look for Fury 120Y on youtube, two vids from WRC Coffs harbour, go for it!
Thanks for the pics posted, that Battery World shop is the Shizz, for all battery needs, they even power a Factory Works FJ24, very well
( free battery next time guys!!)

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Re: George Fury 120 Y /FJ24
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What a beast! That thing really pulls hard!

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ABC has not maintained thier links. Is this he one?

http://youtube.com/watch?v=fc3HLWkqyWs

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Re: George Fury 120 Y /FJ24
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the fj24 engine alone is commanding crazy prices in japan these days

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Re: George Fury 120 Y /FJ24
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It's a good bit of gear to look at, I have plenty of pics on my phone of it.
I'm running the same diff assembly in my sunny now, I based the 5 link on the same measurements as the 120Y, it uses a Watts link and I've gone for a panhard rod set up. Ive set my diff up 50mm back from standard same as the 120Y.

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