dyno graph for stock/near stock GT

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  1. BlueOvalStangGT

    BlueOvalStangGT Active Member

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    anyone got one of these? someone with 3.73s would be nice
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    A dyno graph will go unchanged regardless of what axle ratio the car is. A car with a 2.73 will have the same graph as a car with a 5.13.

    Joe
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    tmoss Gettin Wired Founding Member

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    Do you need a graph or just typical numbers and what are you going to use them for?
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    BlueOvalStangGT Active Member

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    shift points maybe?
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    tmoss Gettin Wired Founding Member

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    Sorry, the new format has issues or I'd post two for you. They limited me to 200K of images (I'm at 190K now with 4 archived), which is only 2-4 images and now with the new format I can't delete mu old images due to a path error message when I try. 200K limit sucks!!!!!!!!!!!
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    BlueOvalStangGT Active Member

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    cool thanks,
    tmoss, i can get the upper of a CObra manifold but not the lower, is it possible to use the stock lower with it? I was thinking cobra uper and your ported lower. would that work or would it be better to just find the whole thing
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    tmoss Gettin Wired Founding Member

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    Won't work at all - the stock runners are oval and in-a-line and the Cobra runners are round and staggard. You can find a GT40/Cobra/Explorer lower on ebay most anytime. They sell for $80-120.
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    BlueOvalStangGT Active Member

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    i should have figured that, thanks. are cobra and gt40 compatible?
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    tmoss Gettin Wired Founding Member

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    The GT40, Cobra and Explorer lowers are all compatible. The differences are in whether they have EGR passage, the EGR collnat return line and the ACT hole drilled in them.
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    BlueOvalStangGT Active Member

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    so if i have a 94 95 cobra upper, what do i need for the lower?(year, etc.). sorry for all these questions
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    here you go. this is a graph of my stock numbers. I ran it through a shift point calculator and i recall shiftpoints being around 51-5300...i tossed a 5200 pill in my shiftlight

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    tmoss Gettin Wired Founding Member

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    Like I said, you can use any year! If you need to keep the EGR system working and you have a 87-93 car then you need a Cobra lower, or you can use a 96-97 Explorer and drill/tap the EGR coolant and ACT holes in it.
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    With a 3:35 T5 my shift points are 6,000rpm 1-2, 5,400 rpm 2-3 and 5,200 3-4.

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