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Old 07-23-2014, 09:53 AM   #21
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Cool, youre going with Nick! He used to send me guinea pig tunes when he worked for SCT
Yea, Nick defananly knows his stuff with these mod motors. He did the porting on my 4v heads thats on my cobra, and I'm the first one to run his custom stage 1 4V turbo cams.
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Old 07-24-2014, 12:08 PM   #22
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Yea, Nick defananly knows his stuff with these mod motors. He did the porting on my 4v heads thats on my cobra, and I'm the first one to run his custom stage 1 4V turbo cams.
So you think I would be better off having my heads ported or buying ford racing ones wanting the most bang for my buck
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Nick ports for volicty... I would get a price from him first. Do you know what power adder your going to run?
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Nick ports for volicty... I would get a price from him first. Do you know what power adder your going to run?
Yes going to turbo also what is your suggestions on cams going to lock the phaser
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Turbo's don't like a lot of duration..... Plus you need to match your cams to your intake manifold.... Check MMR to see if they have a adapter plate for the 3V heads that will allow you to run a mustang 4.6 3V intake so you can rev the engine past 5,000rpm and then it would worth adding some cams. As far as a turbo goes any ideas?
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As far as the cam goes I would stay under 230 degrees of duration.... That will still be enought to hear a slight lope..... The custom cams in my cobra are only 215 degrees duration.
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[QUOTE=FANGS99;3614279]Turbo's don't like a lot of duration..... Plus you need to match your cams to your intake manifold.... Check MMR to see if they have a adapter plate for the 3V heads that will allow you to run a mustang 4.6 3V intake so you can rev the engine past 5,000rpm and then it would worth adding some cams. As far as a turbo goes any ideas?[/QUOTEO












for the intake was thinking about using a roush supercharger lower with a sheet metal upper


as far as the turbo I am going to run a single remote mount under the bed not for sure on what size what do you suggest
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Old 07-26-2014, 04:43 AM   #28
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For a turbo, I'd go with a precision 7175 CEA Billet Wheel turbo. It's good for about 950 crank hp so it won't be maxed out for your use and still give you some room to grow. I would suggest a bigger turbo but, if your placeing it so far away from the engine,and with that short of a intake runner will hurt spool time and your low end tq. Do you have the intercooler kit for that manifold? If you do, it will help semplify your setup, but I would look into a Killer Chiller to make the air-to-water intercooler more effecient.

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It is a non inter cooled lower
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Old 07-27-2014, 01:30 AM   #30
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I would invest in a meth kit.
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