1989 Shelby Csx
1989 Shelby Csx,
1989 Shelby Csx,19831989 SHELBY DODGES □LOY CSX With a nearperfect blend of raw power and overtheroad performance, the 1989 Shelby CSX is stunning evidence that the Shelby ideal is alive and kicking. When you set out lo design a true reed POPULAR SCIENCE ULTS 1987 Shelby CSX 1989 Shelby CSX Turbo IV 3.0 8.1 14.0 9.1 3.4 8.7 15.1 11.0 CIFICATIONS 56.6 64.0 0.83 166 146 151 Engine Valve train Power at engine speed (<" ram . Torque at engine speed lib. ft <» rpm .The Shelby Connection Just as Carroll Shelby modified Ford Mustangs in the late 1960s, in the 1980s he did the same for Dodge These are: 1986–87 Shelby GLHS, 1987 Shelby CSX, 1987 Shelby Lancer, 1988 Shelby CSXT, 1989 Shelby The variablenozzle turbo fitted to the 1989 Shelby.CSX adjusts its internal geometry automatically, making it two turbos in one. Popular Science tests this innovative turbo along with a supercharged and an atmosphericpressure engine to see 3valve Diesel 1989 Citroën XM First 4valve Diesel 1994 MercedesBenz EClass First multivalve turbocharged First variablenozzle turbocharger 1989 Shelby CSX ○ First point ignition 1910 Cadillac Model Thirty/Delco ○ First by Bob Stevens Part 3 If you're into Shelby — the man, the cars, the lore — you'll likely visit the Shelby Museum every time you hit Las Vegas. And you can Also in the collection is this 1989 Shelby CSX: in fact, it 's CSX number one! Others Shelby GLHS Charger GLHS CSX Before the term sport.compact car was coined, oldschool automotive icons Lee lacocca and Carroll Shelby were plotting to take over The last of the Shelby compacts were produced in 1988 and 1989.Shelby CSX offered as 1989 features: turbocharged engine with a Garrett Variable Nozzle Turbo (VNT), Monroe Formula GP shocks, larger disc front brakes, stock rear drum brakes, rear deck wing, front air dam, and groundeffect rocker 1999 1999 SERIES 1 2 DR RDSTR 2650 113975 NO SALES DATA 1998 1998 SERIES I 2 DR RDSTR 2500 100000 DID NOT MFG SHELBY AUTOMOBILES 1989 1989 SHELBY 2 DR CPE CSXVNT 2850 15995 5600 8500 13000 Popular Science gives our readers the information and tools to improve their technology and their world.