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Aluminum strip/foil for power transformer winding 1050/1060/1080/1100/1350
Aluminum foil /strip with round edge without burr and flashing
♦Temper: O H12,H14,H16,H18
♦Packing: Eye to wall and eye to sky, wooden pallet and wooden case
♦U. T. S: 60-95N/mm2
♦Max. Resistance in 20 degree: ≤ 0.02825Ω Mm2/m
♦Density in 20 degree: 2.703kg/dm3
♦Burr’s height: 0.01–0.03mm vary with thickness of the strip
♦Collapsed side’s height: 0.05–0.1mm
♦Surface: Free of oil,free of scratches
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This sweet 1965 Cobra was built to spec for NASCAR’s all time fastest lap holder, Bill Elliott.
Professionally finished and assembled, this ’65 Cobra replica features a gel coat that is as smooth as a freshly blown piece of glass and provides an excellent foundation for the cars dynamic red paint. The result is a bright and glossy hot rod that literally glows in the daylight and is very reminiscent of the Fords and Dodges Bill Elliott has piloted around NASCAR tracks for the past 35 years. In fact, the car is so well done that it could almost be accused of looking rather simple; but when you’re driving around a Cobra with a race spec drivetrain and race only Goodyear tires, anyone who dares to underestimate just how serious this car is needs to have their head examined.
Tilt this Cobras red hood and you’ll find a NASCAR spec, Ernie Elliott built and tuned 358 Ford motor that has a sky high 8,500 RPM redline and produces 860 horsepower! As one of the most successful engine builders in NASCAR history, his motors have driven almost 100 Fords to victory in multiple motorsports divisions; and in 1987, one of those mills carried his brother Bill to the fasted lap ever recorded in NASCAR history at 213 MPH! This Cobra’s 358 is fed by a Holley 4 barrel carburetor that sends fuel from a racing spec fuel tank into a Ford Motorsports Jack Roush aluminum intake. At the sides of that intake, awesome finned aluminum “Ford Motorsports” valve covers sit above ceramic coated headers that were likely custom built specifically for this car. Ignition is entirely handled by MSD with an MSD Blaster 3 coil sending power through an MSD 6TN ignition box to an MSD distributor that’s equipped with MSD Super Conductor wires. Accessories include: a race proven dry sump oil system, a heavy duty aluminum radiator, braided fuel lines and coolant lines throughout and a reusable K&N crankcase breather.
When you have a serious race bred motor under the hood, you have to back it up with some excellent, track ready drivetrain components and suspension hardware. This car’s slick fiberglass panels are mounted to a sturdy tubular chassis with a modern tubular double A-arm front suspension and a Hyperco Racing independent rear suspension. Bolted into that tubular frame is a Jehrico 4-speed manual transmission that sends power to a rebuilt Ford 9 inch rear end with tall 3.73 gears. Performance coil overs and Wilwood brakes at all four corners make this car as fun on the road course as it is on the circle track, and a manual steering rack provides an authentic Cobra low speed cruising experience. At the corners of the car, a set of machine finished aluminum Halibrand wheels with traditional style chrome knock off center caps ride race only 26.5×8.5 front and 26.5×10.5 rear Goodyear Eagles.
Cobra replicas, especially this one, are built to be performance vehicles above all else; and nowhere is that more apparent than inside the cars cockpit. Behind an awesome looking wood rimmed and polished aluminum AC steering wheel, SW gauges provide the driver with accurate and reliable readings for every aspect of the NASCAR motor. In front of the wheel, performance oriented leather bucket seats with four point Simpson safety harnesses ensure that you’ll be locked into place when you stand on the gas, and new black carpet covers the floor and transmission tunnel where you’ll find a chrome emergency brake and a chrome Hurst shifter that’s topped with a simple white cue ball. At the sides of the seats, the same black carpet that covers the floor is glued to the inside of the doors which are operated by simple chrome door handles. On the passenger’s side of the dash, a silver Bill Elliot autograph hovers next to a red Bill Elliott signature plate that bears the cars “0″ serial number signifying its status as Bill’s personal transportation.
With a NASCAR spec engine and 860 horsepower, this Cobra is a serious sports car that delivers absolutely scary performance.