Fastest NA 4.6 2V mustang

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    Whos got the best times and what mods do you have?

    Wondering what my cars potential is since I am taking the NA route. (im planning on getting an 04 cobra in a year or so)
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    That would be KenB, as far as i know he's still the fastest NA 2V @10.8 with 360rwhp
    p&p'd head/mph cams/fox lake intake and flat top pistons...
    2V NA high HP is hard to get and very expensive.
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    whats a good reliable setup that will give good power and good 1/4 times....im planning on doing:
    -TB and plenum
    -Catback
    -X-pipe
    -Short Shifter
    -Headers
    -Gears
    -Drag Radials for track
    -Tune after everything is in

    What kind of hp/tq will that setup give me? What kind of 1/4? Does anyone have this setup? Im hoping mid-low 13s...
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    The fastest N/A 2v likely holds that title due to their suspension setup. If you were to do a full engine build and were very carefull with your block and head setup/combo, you could make pretty decent power with a 4.6. A good build with the right suspension could make these cars very quick, they just need the right things.
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    With what you want......get UCA's/LCA's rear seat delete and aluminum d/s you could see high 12,s pretty easy!

    "ED"
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    With what you want......get UCA's/LCA's rear seat delete and aluminum d/s you could see high 12,s pretty easy!

    "ED"
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    I'd say low 13's should be easy.not high 12's,with those mods. Unless you gut the car then 12's easy. You'd need to add cams at least and maybe p&p heads on a "street" car (still has all power accessories&interior&functioning stereo) to hit 12's.
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    You have to be more specific on that.....stock as in what? Displacement? Stock heads/cams? etc etc.
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    See Bill Putnam
    12.15 @ 110.6 (N/A)
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    wrong. KenB beat that a while ago...
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    really?? what was his time? That 10.8?
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    Not to sound like an idiot, but is that car in the VT video a 4.6 2v??
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    no, it is not a SOHC but a 5.4 DOHC
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    I wondered why someone would bother to drop a 4.6 2v in a Foxbody.
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    With 4.10s, DRs, LTs, and an O/R Mid you should be able to get into the low 13s.
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    Fox body's are @500lbs lighter then the SN95's for one, 2 because if Im not mistaken ,the cars chassis and suspension was already done and its a DOHC not a SOHC
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    DocG2828 5th graders > me. They're not bant

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    Yeah, but you said it was a 5.4. All I was saying was based on Jason's post, I thought maybe the VT car was a 4.6....and I wouldn't have thought transplanting a 2v 4.6 into a fox was the best way to get power.

    So the 5.4 isn't just a bored out 4.6....its a whole different engine right? Why do I feel so confused all of a sudden.
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    Yes the 5.4 is a Physically larger block then the 4.6 not just bored or stroked.
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