I don't know the answer to your question, but I just wanted to tell you that you have a couple of beautiful cars there. :nice:
4 wheel brakes? I call BS. I could have sworn they only had 2 wheel brakes. :jester:
That's what I always thought was about right, but I wanted to double check before we went ahead and bumped it. Anybody consider that to be too much?
my next shifter will be a pro5.0. I have a triax now, and although it is a good shifter, I would like something a stiffer feel.
A friend of mine is running the TFS/Summit combo on a stock shortblock. Roughly how much timing should run with 91 octane? I seem to remember that...
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Oh wow. That's absolutely terrible. Hey, don't you dare lose your hope. Doctors are wrong all the time; they can only make educated guesses. My...
Yeah, that's what I said, 1.7. Can't you read? :rlaugh:
1.7 roller rockers?
I *think* they used to be rated around 400-500(somewhere in there).
Griggs Racing or Maximum Motorsports. They are the only companies to really reengineer Mustang suspension to make it work well....
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Generally, it's not a good idea to sit in your garage sniffing exhaust. :rlaugh:
I'm glad I'm not the only dumbass who has done this :rlaugh: I didn't feel like pulling the intake though, so I blocked off the PCV passage and ran...
damn I was close! Nice numbers dude! :D :nice:
600 is my guess
I think there is a lesser known reason those engines are known as "strokers" :D :banana:
The irons won't dissipate heat as well. They will be more detonation prone. Just keep that in mind.
Thanks for the warning. I had not heard of this. You might also want to post this in 5.0 Tech.