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Weekly Fun Question for April 5, 2014
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Weekly Fun Question for April 5, 2014
Good Day All,

Specifics on the Weekly Fun Question (WFQ), to include information on awards and prizes for Winners, can be found on the thread below.


http://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-what-...tion--5488

Please note that VIP Members are not eligible to participate in this exercise as a different problem is being presented on the VIP WFQ Forum for your entertainment, a special Icon and "bragging rights."


When you submit your response, it will not usually be viewable until all responses are released at the end of the exercise.

The problem for this week:

Which of the following statement(s) is/are true as it relates to a Mustang ordered with the 429 engine in 1971?

a. Only 1971 "C" coded Mustang could be ordered with a Holley Carburetor

b. Only 1971 "J" coded Mustang could be ordered with a Holley Carburetor

c. Both "C" and "J" coded 1971 Mustangs could be ordered with a Holley Carburetor

d. A Holley carburetor was not available on the 1971 "C" or "J" coded Mustangs

This exercise will end at approximately 7:00 P.M. (CST) on Monday, April 7, 2014.

Good Luck!


BT
The desired response is actually 'c" as both C and J coded 1971 Mustangs could be ordered with the drag pack which consisted in part of a Holley carburetor.
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04-05-2014, 05:21 PM
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Dang! I wish the VIP WFQ were multiple choice! Dodgy

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holly was used on SCJ
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b. Only 1971 "J" coded Mustang could be ordered with a Holley Carburetor
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Good Day All,

Regrettably, no one provided the desired response to this week's Weekly Fun Question. Rather than end the exercise, I have decided to extend it two days and provide an additional clue.

To repeat the problem:

Which of the following statement(s) is/are true as it relates to a Mustang ordered with the 429 engine in 1971?

a. Only 1971 "C" coded Mustang could be ordered with a Holley Carburetor

b. Only 1971 "J" coded Mustang could be ordered with a Holley Carburetor

c. Both "C" and "J" coded 1971 Mustangs could be ordered with a Holley Carburetor

d. A Holley carburetor was not available on the 1971 "C" or "J" coded Mustangs

Additional Clue:

The ONLY substantive difference (all options being equal) between a "C" code and "J" code Mustang built in 1971 is the fact that the "J" code has ram air.

Again. this exercise is now tentatively scheduled to end at approximately 7:00 P.M. (CST) on Wednesday, April 9, 2014.

Good Luck!

BT

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c as an SCJ

b as an SCJ
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I am very surprised that not many of you actually responded to this problem.

To repeat the problem:

Which of the following statement(s) is/are true as it relates to a Mustang ordered with the 429 engine in 1971?

a. Only 1971 "C" coded Mustang could be ordered with a Holley Carburetor

b. Only 1971 "J" coded Mustang could be ordered with a Holley Carburetor

c. Both "C" and "J" coded 1971 Mustangs could be ordered with a Holley Carburetor

d. A Holley carburetor was not available on the 1971 "C" or "J" coded Mustangs


The desired response is actually 'c" as both C and J coded 1971 Mustangs could be ordered with the drag pack which consisted in part of a Holley carburetor. Checking this option got you the Super Cobra Jet motor. It is often misunderstood that a "J" code (in of itself) means a Super Cobra Jet motor...this is NOT true. As previously noted, the only difference between the C and J coded Mustangs is the ram air on the "J" Code.

That having been said, I have decided to accept "Arnie 427" response as being acceptable. Congratulations.

Source; "1971 Mustang Illustrated Facts and Specifications Manual', Page 30.

BT

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Congratulations arnie
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Congratulations Arnie 4271

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Congrats Arnie!



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