so you had an SCT tuner and sold it then you got a dyno tune...........
so did you get a chip or how did you flash the dyno tune in the PCM?...
yes all the cobras and m5 machs have a forged crank whil ethe auto machs have a cast crank.
as far as the rods and all that stuff go i have no clue...
yup my wideband reads 13:1 on the latest tune ive made for it.
wideband on the dyno read 13.4/13.5 the whole run, but ive also got cats on my setup.
about half a point difference between the tailpipe sniffer on the dyno and what my wideband reads.
its not worth 18hp.
I think i saw maybe 7-8 at the most.
as far as cooling temps, lowering your fan settings will do more at keeping the car cooler...
388 for the PRP upgrade and the training cd.
He's 1 of the best around, had a buddy order the PRP from...
all you need to reformat your SF xcal2 to a normal xcal2 is to head over to the SCT site and d/l Liveload.
Id recommend getting the PRP training...
for the price difference between having Promotion build a t45 or 3650, id just get the T56.
I have the promotion 3650 and I doubt its gonna hold up...
Fidanza AL. flywheel and a centerforce DF clutch.
water temp and oil pressure id say are worthy gauges thats what i have on my a pillar.
I did them originally cuz i didnt want to rely on the stock...
my hunk of junk
VT built the shortblock
Al Papitto did the heads
hey bro could you run this 1 for me
Alum. flywheel for sure.
For clutchs, I been happy with my centerforce DFX and previously my centerforce LMC setup.
I have an 07 suburban for my DD lol.
Its comfy, and fits what i wanted at the time. gas mileage kinda sux but oh well my drive to work is only 3.8...
Any competant tuner should beable to take care of your hot start problem in your tune........
LMAO at needing a matching meter, thats old school.
60's will be fine, with a good tune.
i love my full catted bassani setup.
dat would work.