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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-07-2004, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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any pics of mounting the trigger switch on a 94-95 4.6L Throttlebody

I just bought the Edelbrock Preformer Nitrous kit the other day from summit racing, i was wondering if anyone had some pictures of where they mounted their trigger switch on a 94-95 4.6L throttle body,, it isn't exactly the easiest thing in the world to find a place to mount to. Also I see that there is a 4.6L throttle body spacer that has the fittings in it for nitrous which would feed it in right after the throttle body,,,, i was wondering if this would be a better idea than piping it through the intake tube.
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You have an SVT T-Bird? Interesting.

I don't think there's a TB spacer made for '94-'95 cars with a nitrous nozzle, but I could be wrong.

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yea I do have an SVT t-bird one of 3 ever made,,, ok ok so I just have the SVT emblem on the back where the LX emblem would normally be,,,, and lots of people seem to fall for it, they are like wow that is rare, and I just stand there and laugh to myself because they think they know what they are talking about. The best was when i had it in for service at a Frod dealership and a sales manager walked in the service garage looked at it,, looked at me and said "wow I remember when I used to sell those SVT Thunderbirds, they were really something" I was thinking to myself boy this guy is an idot and a bad liar.
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"wow I remember when I used to sell those SVT Thunderbirds, they were really something" I was thinking to myself boy this guy is an idot and a bad liar.
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yea I do have an SVT t-bird one of 3 ever made
This may be a little off topic, but for '98 wasn't there an SVT Thunderbird with the supercharged 4.6 4v... the cobra R engine... but never made it to production. There was a picture of it around here somewhere on these forums.
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This may be a little off topic, but for '98 wasn't there an SVT Thunderbird with the supercharged 4.6 4v... the cobra R engine... but never made it to production. There was a picture of it around here somewhere on these forums.
Yes and no. It was the SVE Thunderbird and it had an early version of what is now the 03 Cobra motor. The Cobra R had a DOHC 5.4, N/A.

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still... i would have scraped together the money to buy one of those.
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the sve car was never supercharged. that was added after the sve tbird program was scraped. john coletti put the blower on his tbird thats what is in all the pictures.

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still... i would have scraped together the money to buy one of those.
They never produced them anyways...

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here is a pic not good though
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