Just bought a 97 Cobra...advice?

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  1. 32ValveRom

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    The block, yes. The bottom end, no. Some motors car run 10 lbs for a long time but that's not alot more than 8 psi
     
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    :rolleyes: If you have a tuner that doesnt know WTF he's doing.

    I will be going to about 13.5 psi (pully swap and AFM Power Pipe water/meth) next spring. My tuner didn't just start tuning cars yesterday either............
     
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    On stock internals? Yeah good luck with that.
     
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    2 years and strong on my '97 Cobra

    Got mine (triple black) with 70K 2 years back and have had 0 issues. I garage it winters mostly here in the northeast except to churn the oil once in awhile (can't get it out of the driveway when it ices anyway).

    Its completely stock and couldn't be better except I wanted Borla stingers and Borla tells me there isn't enough demand for SN95 96-98! They sell cat back for earlier years. Any suggestions folks? May have to go with Magnaflow.
     
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