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Thread: Some pretty mental barra patrols lately

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    Yeah tbh for the power it makes i couldnt be hapoier knowing it avergaes same amount of fuel as many other 4wds with pretty much double the power when wanting to use it... can get thirsty though but ive never been one to look at fuel as its also not a daily

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baby Daddy View Post
    Yeah tbh for the power it makes i couldnt be hapoier knowing it avergaes same amount of fuel as many other 4wds with pretty much double the power when wanting to use it... can get thirsty though but ive never been one to look at fuel as its also not a daily
    Yeah it's just a nice to know figure when working out what range you can expect... how many extra fuel jerrys to tie to the rack haha. Mostly just wondering if it was comparable to the early ls motors. Looks like bang for buck a turbo barra would be a good substitute for an ls1 if power was your goal on a budget. Similar pricepoint and seem to be ready for good power figures without opening the engine.
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