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Old 29-04-2012, 10:24 AM   #1
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hey which of the two had the bonnet vents in am thinking 4x4 is this true?
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Yes mate 4x4 had vented bonnet
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4x4 had them, 2WD was planned to have them but never did, it was decided they would go without in the 11th hour of production or something silly, despite all the tooling etc being made for it.

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an other question what are the turbo sizes on an escort coswortrh i know that the large is a t34 but i though a small was a t28?
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been reading fast ford and performance ford but there silly things i dont get some times
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Was the ST Escos not a T25, I have heard of a T28 though as well? The BT certainly is a T34.

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if you read the sierra book by graham robson you will also learn that an early developed cosworth engine was "accidently" left on show at the cosworth factory when fords main men were visiting....the birth of the cosworth as we know it then followed....much better than fast ford
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i read the same in this months fastford mag had a quck fiz question and it said the small turbo was a t25 so where did the t28 come in then?
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