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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-08-2005, 12:10 PM Thread Starter
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UPDATES and say HI! (people I have worked with from TCCoA)

This means RancherLee, Thomas, Rodeo Joe, etc...
There might be a couple more i cannot remember.

Sound off guys!

List your combo, dyno #'s and track times please.
I've been away and wonder how everyone is doing!
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-10-2005, 12:42 PM
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My Combo?

-RGR's 1.84int/1.6exh Big Valve PnP Heads
-RGR 215/220 Cam
-Ported & Polished Intakes
-60mm Throttle Body
-Throttle Body Phenolic Spacer
-1.8 Roller Rockers
-Hi-Po Valve Springs
-Apten Chip
-36# Injectors
-80mm LMAF
-Accufab 80mm LMAF Adaptor
-ARP Head Studs
-Walbro 255lph HP Fuel Pump
-Kirban Adj Fuel Pressure Reg
-MN12Performance Solid Motor Mounts
-180* Thermostat
-32C Motorcraft Spark Plugs
-Advanced Timing 16 degrees
-MSD Blaster TFI Ignition Coil
-FRPP Plug Wires
-ASP Underdrive Crank Pulley
-Air Conditioning Deleted
-2002 Mustang GT Intake Tube
-Deleted PCV
-Autometer Fuel Pressure Gauge
-Electric Fan
-Remote Oil Filter
-Ported Shorty Headers
-True Dual 2.25" Exhaust
-CATCO Hi-Flo Cats
-B&M Tranny Cooler

That's my entire mod list. Of course, you know about the intake we're working on. I'm also doing the built tranny. I don't have the car dyno tuned yet but as soon as I do the numbers will be posted, believe me. Same with track times. With my current heads/cam combo I'm determined to hit 13's before I go power adder. I know the heads and cam aren't made for optimum NA performance but they do pretty well.

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1988 Notch Mustang: - 438W, direct port n2o, t56
2003 SVT Focus: - SCT X3 tuner
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...I know the heads and cam aren't made for optimum NA performance but they do pretty well.
-Thomas

That is good to hear! The cam is kind of a combo cam, (NA-Turbo)
but if it were strictly NA I'd have narrowed the LCA a bit. I saw
where you hit 100 MPH on a long on-ramp where it was only
hitting 75 MPH before... that is a huge increase Thomas!

Make sure the dyno op. runs it up as far as you guys figure out it is safe.
The springs and such should do well over 6K IMO.
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post #4 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-10-2005, 01:05 PM
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yeah the top half of the motor is ready to rev as high as it needs to make power. The stock TC is good to 5k, so it'll be nice to have a 9.5" converter that can rev as high as I need too. Any idea what the limits are for the stock bottom end of the earlier internals with the shorter rods?
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RGR Full N/A heads
205/216 .477/.495 112lca cam from RPM
Self ported intakes, cut and weld upper with cross over hogged out to match 60mm GT throttle body
60mm GT throttle body.
Stock shorty headers with 2.25 -> 3" single exhaust
3200rpm PI converter
Vortech V1 with aftercooler and 9psi boost @ 5500rpm (using the suppose to be "11psi @ 5000rpm 3.125" pulley) pulls 7psi @ 5500 of the stock 3.33 pulley.
3.73 gears

255rwhp @ 5250rpm (still climbing but ended the dyno run there
273rwhp @ 3700-4500rpm (250+ from 3200rpm past redline @ 5300rpm)

13.846 @ 98.07 mph 1.92 60ft. on a so so day (~2200ft "air quality" at a 1200ft alt. track)
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113 lca .520 exhaust
before the autorotor
dyno was 246rwhp, 318ft-lbs and 13.600 @ 103 on street tires 2.0 short time

Now I am running 4 additional psi, whatever that equates to power.

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man I wish I knew my cam specs

1988 Notch Mustang: - 438W, direct port n2o, t56
2003 SVT Focus: - SCT X3 tuner
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Ross Racing Pistons 11:1 ratio
Bored .030 over
1.8 Roller Rockers
high flow oil pump
207/215 Racing Cam
60mm TB from a 5.0
MAC Chrome Cold Air Induction
BBK Chrome valve covers (just to make it purdy)
JBA Racing Headers
BBK Chrome Valve Covers
02 GT MAF SENSOR
Performance Flip Chip
Ported & Polished Intakes
Ported & Polished Heads
TB Phelonic Spacer
25% UnderDrive Pulley
MSD Superconductor Wires
24# Fuel Injectors
Custom Dual Exhaust w/ Flowmaster 40's Single chamber
COBRA Ford Racing Brake Calipers
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WHAT I NEED IS SOME 4.10s!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


THOMAS...get your tail to the track man. geezus. i wanna see some numbers.
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Ross Racing Pistons 11:1 ratio
Bored .030 over
1.8 Roller Rockers
high flow oil pump
207/215 Racing Cam
60mm TB from a 5.0
MAC Chrome Cold Air Induction
BBK Chrome valve covers (just to make it purdy)
JBA Racing Headers
BBK Chrome Valve Covers
02 GT MAF SENSOR
Performance Flip Chip
Ported & Polished Intakes
Ported & Polished Heads
TB Phelonic Spacer
25% UnderDrive Pulley
MSD Superconductor Wires
24# Fuel Injectors
Custom Dual Exhaust w/ Flowmaster 40's Single chamber
COBRA Ford Racing Brake Calipers
Crossdrilled/Slotted Rotors
WHAT I NEED IS SOME 4.10s!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


THOMAS...get your tail to the track man. geezus. i wanna see some numbers.
Where'd you get that high flow oil pump? I go to the track in late May but I doubt it'll be dynotuned yet by that time. I'll MIGHT still have my stock tranny too, if it even holds up that long. I still need to buy the valvebody and Im trying to find a 93 mark viii output shaft.
-Thomas

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Where'd you get that high flow oil pump? I go to the track in late May but I doubt it'll be dynotuned yet by that time. I'll MIGHT still have my stock tranny too, if it even holds up that long. I still need to buy the valvebody and Im trying to find a 93 mark viii output shaft.
-Thomas

RPM has some new oil pumps, maybe that's it.
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nah, the 94-95 SC's came with higher volume pumps, one more tooth on each gear, making seven I believe.

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K, gotcha! Is that pump available anywhere other than Ford?
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Hehee, kewl!
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