post pics when you are finished, it looks like a
the car sounds amazing ufnavy06, congrats on getting cammed.
Ford Service Manuals - REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Motor - 4.6L (3V).pdf
long extensions are your friend, on this
i have to go with the transmission, because i
just don't see what else it could be based on
stangFan, no....no re-timing is required. the
stock cams and aftermarket cams have keyways
and you maintain the original timing.
the stage III (Big Mutha Thumpers) require a
stroker motor or ported heads, so i think
stage I or II is for you. only you can decide
the throw out bearing on the slave cylinder
might be hanging up on the transmission
or there may be a problem with the pressure...
attack46, yes the alternator is removed from it's
stock location, during the s/c installation.
yes there is one, here it
Ford Service Manuals - S197
i think you'll be ok for a week or so... you
may have to raise the idle rpms to 810
or 850 and your idle may be a little
unstable, but other than...
love the hurst, smooth and so far, no
rattles or any other issues....
i see what you're trying to do...i
have the service manuals and i've
never come across any blue prints.
i know adam at ST Motorsports has
i went with a dynotech, it also
has an aluminum adapter plate.
since lethal and brenspeed both sell
it, i figured it had to be ok.
sorry i couldn't give a definite answer, i
just installed a one piece drive shaft along
with the UCA and my setup is different.
you can't go wrong...
it's a hard question to answer...
essentially you are asking what the
pinion angle should be, with a two
piece drive shaft, aftermarket upper
i don't think the numbers are inflated, basically
it sounds like the OEM saleen s/c kit which
rwhp for that kit is going to be...
based on that graph, while the thumpers
show a slight lead between 5000-6000 rpms,
the hot rods lead below 2900 rpms.
low end torque is what you...
here is a dyno graph showing
stock, hot rods and thumpers
it really is a tough choice, because they
are similar in many respects.
both cams will give you a very nice choppy
lope to the exhaust and both...