World's Quickest And Fastest Kennebell Sbf Mustang Part 2

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    do you have under hood pic ?
     
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    Go back to 2nd post on this thread and click on the link to the original thread.....it has all of the underhood pics of the whole process.
     
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    Hi Walter, very impressed with your success and even more impressed that the 2.8L has no boost loss. What timing can you run with the higher compression.
     
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    So far 26 degrees on c 16. Thanks for the kind words!
     
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    Streetcar Nationals here we come! Wish us luck, we are taking the convert to Vegas to race in 8.5 outlaw this weekend. We have made a couple of changes late in the season the yeilded interesting results. We shortened the exhaust from a 3.5 inch x pipe with dumps in front of the rear axle to strait pipes to bullet mufflers and dumps off each header collector. This change maxed my 120lb injectors out to 100% duty cylce for almost the entire 1/8 mile run. We now have 220lb injectors in and anticipate a healthy jump in et...pics and video to follow!
     
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