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Old 10-18-2013, 10:50 AM   #36
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That's the lightning m112, I don't know of anyone using these on mustangs. The cobra/mustang style has the inlet on the passenger side.
well Mabey you'll be seeing one soon lol, I'll see if I can get a custom inlet made to be a lower profile
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You could get a huge cowl hood to clear it.
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Yeah like an 8" cowl lol might clear!
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Hope not..
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That's a lightning swap if I'm not mistaken
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Old 10-18-2013, 02:03 PM   #42
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I know, I'm hoping that the v6 sits lower than the 5.4 does
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Old 10-18-2013, 02:18 PM   #43
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Normal M112 kit requires 3" cowl (using the real plates not the SSM knock off) the intercooled kit requires a 4" now imagine a plenum on top of that lol
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So it would need about 7-8inch cowl, probably more.
I'd be a little embarrassed to take it out with just a 6cylinder under the huge hood.
Might wanna add some nos.
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Well why have I seen m112s under a stock hood with the gt scoop cut open
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If that we're my car I would just say f it and go hood less! Everybody would trip out! Lol why waste a hood by cutting it like that?
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Well why have I seen m112s under a stock hood with the gt scoop cut open
I've seen m112s on v6's, but this is the lightning m112. It sticks up quite a bit higher than the cobras m112.
I'm not saying I don't like m112s on v6's. But having huge *** cowl hood to fit it would be a little weird.
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The pulley sticks out in front of the scoop, it doesn't fully cover it if you look closer
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Well my point is if a cobra m112 on a v6 fits under a stock hood (with a scoop) why can mine with a custom lower profile intake tube fit under a 2 in cowl
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Well my point is if a cobra m112 on a v6 fits under a stock hood (with a scoop) why can mine with a custom lower profile intake tube fit under a 2 in cowl
It doesn't fit under the scoop, to have a hood to actually clear the pulley (the highest point normally) it takes a 3" cowl, who knows make a custom inlet that chokes it down power wise it might clear a 5" cowl lol

Honest opinion, try to sell it and get a proper one
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Just got my heads back,
David your inbox was full so they have comp springs,
seat load 105lbs @ 1.800
Open 293 lbs @ 1.200
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Found someone sellin a cobra m112 stage 3 port job and 2.73 pulley, said he was pushin 15 lbs of boost, think I'm gonna get that, has anyone seen 15lbs off a m112 on a v6? I've seen it on prochargers but not that
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Found someone sellin a cobra m112 stage 3 port job and 2.73 pulley, said he was pushin 15 lbs of boost, think I'm gonna get that, has anyone seen 15lbs off a m112 on a v6? I've seen it on prochargers but not that
never seen it but id imagine it can be done with a built engine and the appropriate supporting mods
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2.93 pulley probably what he meant, ported blower inlets help reduce IAT's so it could help
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Ya probly, hope it can handle that much boost lol, so David those springs they ordered are good for that cam right? And how's that going
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Ya probly, hope it can handle that much boost lol, so David those springs they ordered are good for that cam right? And how's that going
Didn't you decide to do forged internals? If so it'll handle whatever you throw at it. Cam isn't high lift so shouldn't be a big deal, but under high power it may cause float.. Depends what you plan on doing.
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Yea I'm going forged, and I'm goin for some decent power, that's also daily friendly lol
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I'm tryin not to say any numbers so I'm not disappointed, but I'm hoping mid 4s would be realy happy with 5
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I think 400 is possible with a good supercharger.
I think stock 4.0s pushed over 400 with procharger.
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Soo... Who wants to buy my stuff... Lol
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Soo... Who wants to buy my stuff... Lol
You callin it quits or something?
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Well I'm realizing I'm going about this all wrong, this would be a bad *** motor and all but the rest of the car isn't built for what I want to do, and instead of re inventing the wheel and trying to make a v6 drift car I think I'm going to go the 240sx route, I know everything I need for a 240, cause I read up on this stuff 24/7 and from friends that have them, but not much info out there for my car. For instance the tire size I'm using would be great if not to much grip for a 240, but with the weight of my car I just plow all over the track. And if I put bigger wheels, I can barely spin them. And that's just the start of the problems, I already had $3,000 planed just to make my car have more steering angle, when I can easily get just as much for way cheaper in a 240, realy wish this woulda worked out, but I think it's just time to part ways with it
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Ima leave you with this Video my friend



All stock except some suspension mods and his wheels are stock gt wheels that I have in mine

Don't give up the stang man
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Yea I've seen him before, any idea if he has a build thread anywhere
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Yea I've seen him before, any idea if he has a build thread anywhere
No but I know he has lowered springs and a lot of negative chamber
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I'm sure he has a lot more than that, I just kinda did everything backwards, shoulda started with suspension but got over excited about the engine
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Did you get any port work done? Will you show closer pics.?
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I'm sure he has a lot more than that, I just kinda did everything backwards, shoulda started with suspension but got over excited about the engine
Yea man you don't need that much go to drive its all suspension
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Well I'm realizing I'm going about this all wrong, this would be a bad *** motor and all but the rest of the car isn't built for what I want to do, and instead of re inventing the wheel and trying to make a v6 drift car I think I'm going to go the 240sx route, I know everything I need for a 240, cause I read up on this stuff 24/7 and from friends that have them, but not much info out there for my car. For instance the tire size I'm using would be great if not to much grip for a 240, but with the weight of my car I just plow all over the track. And if I put bigger wheels, I can barely spin them. And that's just the start of the problems, I already had $3,000 planed just to make my car have more steering angle, when I can easily get just as much for way cheaper in a 240, realy wish this woulda worked out, but I think it's just time to part ways with it
Vaughn Gitten Jr is one of the best drifters in the US and he drifts in a Mustang
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