Thought you had already put it on a dyno.
Its hard to say what it will do without the cam specs.
I recommend the Abaco meter, great tunability. Check out Anderson Ford Motorsport Home Page they just did a tune on a turbo car with an Abaco meter.
Lets hope so Troy. We'll see how it works out. Just got all the stock EEC wiring out of the car today, wasn't near as bad as I thought it would be.
Hey that looks familiar!!!! I was wondering if you were still selling those. It has worked great on my car for many a year.
Guys jump on this...
LOL no this has been a track only car for years. Shift points will be around 7800 or so...converter will be around 6800 or so.
I couldn't pass up on the deal on these particular pistons that I purchased. Victor Sr. intake setup for EFI and using a 4hole throttle body.
352ci (4.065x3.4)..same heads as my old motor. Better intake and much stronger camshaft this time around. Yep still NA.
Finally the new project is getting some small progress. I am heading over to the machine shop tomorrow to drop off the block, crank, rods, pistons,...
Paul car looks good.
send me an email I might have some parts for ya.
In the next few weeks I will post pictures of my EGR delete with dimensions and what not. It's pretty easy to make.
Guess I am going to have to kick Patrick a$$ for not calling you back.
I ran the AFM Power By-Pass kit on my car back when I had a T-trim with the 94/95 throttle body setup. It uses a metal big diameter discharge pipe.
The stock block will be fine at 425rwhp @ 7000 rpms. My block has lasted for 5 years like that with no issues...and the new owner of my old...
Yea Wes is spot on. I use -6an pushlock line myself.
With the correct camshaft that motor should make 440-450rwhp through a T5. Heck my 347 with AFR 205s/TFS Box intake/N91 camshaft made 425rwhp...
I've been seeing some stock distributors for sale for $50-$75. Hard to beat the stock unit.
Mine is a black cloth non-mach460 car as well. I probably have a ton of stock replacement parts up in the attic so you need anything just let me...
I would have no problem running an electric pump on the street I would just setup a warning light of some sort to let me know if a fuse blows.
Nah this is Paul's thread. Give me 6 months and I will have plenty of new pictures for you...the new motor is going to be killer.
Paul I believe you have my pics, which my car is Rio Red.