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  1. beaterbeliever

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    Well, hello again. It's been a while since I've been on here, posting about the 1992 SHO, but I figured I'll update the forum with my newest addition, a 1997 SHO. With 248k miles and running great, other than needing some much needed maintenance.
     

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    Cams fixed from ford? Or welded? Or through bolted...lol
     
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    Cams welded by previous owner. Owner also redid the rings
     
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    Nice. Only if yamaha could of made the v8 with as much love as their Lexus v10 it would of been an awesome engine or swap engine.
     
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    Yes.. agree. The Sho v6 and v8 are awesome little engines
     
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    My car had close to 200k on it when the tranny went and I let it go. That motor still had lots of life left in it.
     

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