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Old 11-30-2003, 04:12 PM   #36
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i wonder how much a stage 3 lower and a cut and weld upper would give?
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yeah RGR is right... Spring??? RCA Dome? haha
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Intakes alone aren't likely to get you more than around 10 hp, maybe a little more, you need heads and cam to get the big gains from p&p. Then total you could be looking at 50hp+ easily for gains. From 150hp to over 200hp, now thats good gains.
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Old 12-01-2003, 11:56 AM   #39
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at least!

we have seen more like 80-100 RWHP gains with NA packages.

and mild cams
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Well, I would rather underestimate than over, lol, I said 50+ lol. Listen to RGR, he is the man on this stuff!!
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So, RGR, doesn't Corey need to pull his engine and punch his block about .040 or .050 and go with forged pistons and a Supercoupe crank if he is going with big valve heads now?
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OK OK I heard my name whats up !!!!!!! Why would I need to punch out my cylinders or get a SC crank. I have not heard of anyone breaking a crank!!!. I have many friends with 500 plus cars running stock cast cranks. But hell rick if you are buying I will do it
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IMO big valves work better with an overbore,
but they can help on a stock bore. Mik and I
have been working alot on this and DD's heads
will be pretty good, all the latest improvements.
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Yay, look at all the cool stuff in my thread! hehe
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Well heck Corey, I already had ya fixed up with a whole supercoupe shortblock man and you traded it off!!, LOL. No, RGR was saying something about big valve heads working better with overbores and I just threw in the part about the supercoupe crank, hehehe.
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Yeah, I was gonna go with a bunch of engine work on the v6, but gotta go with the v8 this spring, so I gots ta save up!
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Old 12-03-2003, 05:21 AM   #48
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Bah, anyone can make a fast V8

But a fast V6 is really special! The V6 has better stock parts
as far as heads and intakes too.
The V6 intake manifold ports are ~50% bigger
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yeah, but ya can make a V8 a lot faster too
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IMO big valves work better with an overbore,
but they can help on a stock bore. Mik and I
have been working alot on this and DD's heads
will be pretty good, all the latest improvements.
True true.
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I just want 10 cfm more on the intake and we'll be golden.
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Whats with the hiding behind those rocks :
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well guys, im about to p&p my upper and lower now!! In about 2 weeks!
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I wondered who woke this thread up, great, take pictures, post what you are up to, let us know what is going on.
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IMO big valves work better with an overbore,
but they can help on a stock bore. Mik and I
have been working alot on this and DD's heads
will be pretty good, all the latest improvements.
I agree, the bottom line the valve's should at least be changed with good performance valve's and a good valve job, even if you do not want to go big on the valve's. I opened my bore up to 3.870" just to get higher flow #'s with a 1.94" intake and a 1.575" exhaust, I wanted to just go .030" over but ended up .060" over to get these flow #'s. The combustion chamber need's to be opened up to unshroud the big valve's.
Invest in a good quality and design valve and have the guy's that know what these heads like install them.
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sweet Fred!

I have a place here kinda close that will do
new seats reasonably but have not needed
them yet. I'd love to talk to Rick about
valve/throat sizing sometime...
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You need to come and visit the shop, if the V6WFC is held at Milan you will have to attend and if your thinking not to I will send people to go get you. If the meet is held here Livernois Motorsports will open the door's for all of the V-6er's.
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are u guys saying that there are 2 parts to the intake manifold or are u referring to the lower intake as the header? also how much would it cost to have the minfold, lower mainfold, and header ported?
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there is an upper and lower intake. Nothing to do with the header.

You should pm/email RGR about prices. Don't ask those questions on a public board.
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I think asking these types of question should most definately be asked on this board. If anyone here tries to slam anyone for asking these type of question you will have to answer to me I HOPE WE ALL CAN DIG IT !!!!!

This is not some elitist board, all questions are welcome. At some time everyone is new to modding

Well Johnny D when you open you hood of your car you will see the upper intake right dead center on top of the engine it is silver and looking to your left you will see the Air intake tube going to it. Below the upper intake is the lower intake. If you go to the drivers side of the car and look down into the engine bay you will see 3 tubes coming out the the engines heads those are headers.

Please feel free to ask any questions you want this is a open forum just please post them in the proper area for a quick and accurate response
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You should pm/email RGR about prices. Don't ask those questions on a public board.
Why say that? RGR has set prices for standard jobs of p/p on his website, and thus are public information. http://rpm-mustangs.com/rgrcfm/index.html

The only thing you should be asking in PM's is information custom jobs that only RGR can answer... but for standard p/p jobs... why not quote a price from RGR's website for the guy? RGR knows what his website says, and will honor the prices stated on such.

I ALWAYS ask the price on any given item in public. Reason? Unless I'm getting a discount as a personal favor by the seller, I want others to know how much it will cost me... incase the seller decides to F* around with the price at a later date.

Johnny D, In RGR's signature, there is a link to his business website, which quotes prices for port and polis jobs, which will answer your questions. If you have further personal questions that only RGR can answer, ask them directly to RGR. In the meantime... go here...
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I said that because MOST of the time, RGR/Mik prefer to communicate outside of a mesageboard, so they know who they're talking to.

It's easier for them to email you back and forth than to try and remember which board someone posted on, login, and then post a price.
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