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Old 11-08-2013, 12:46 AM   #36
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I love this gt myself I just couldn't pass the deal up on this one I just wanna shut this kid up he acts like he is god just cause he has a v8 I've got 3 other v8s (one ford and 2 Chevys) I just think it would be funny to keep up to him with a v6 lol anyone who has a gt tho they are super sweet cars I'm not hating the car just the driver
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I love this gt myself I just couldn't pass the deal up on this one I just wanna shut this kid up he acts like he is god just cause he has a v8 I've got 3 other v8s (one ford and 2 Chevys) I just think it would be funny to keep up to him with a v6 lol anyone who has a gt tho they are super sweet cars I'm not hating the car just the driver
u need to drop alot of coin to keep up with his gt. unless maybe hes a sucky driver and is driving stick shift and misses gears.
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u need to drop alot of coin to keep up with his gt. unless maybe hes a sucky driver and is driving stick shift and misses gears.
Davidhas a few methods and his is n/a
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Davidhas a few methods and his is n/a
David's build right now is totally NA and it kicks ***. It's not breaking his bank either. I'd ask him for tips. I know in the near future though he's going FI
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u need to drop alot of coin to keep up with his gt. unless maybe hes a sucky driver and is driving stick shift and misses gears.
+1... And it will help if he has an automatic hehehe
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What about a carburetor v8 swap I heard you could avoid a lot of the wiring you would have to do with a fual injection
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What about a carburetor v8 swap I heard you could avoid a lot of the wiring you would have to do with a fual injection
I thought what you wanted was to beat the guy with a v6. If that's what you want then go m112 supercharger. Otherwise just do a v8 swap, both will run you about the same, but the v8 swap will most likely take longer.
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I've got a v8 from a old 70s ford I got just wondering how much stress it would be to swap
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I do wanna beat him but I also want something kinda unique for local car shows
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Old 11-08-2013, 03:42 PM   #45
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I've got a v8 from a old 70s ford I got just wondering how much stress it would be to swap
what kind if v8 is it? Big block I hope lol
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Sadly it's just a 302
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Old 11-10-2013, 02:15 PM   #47
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how about using a 2002 or later 4.2l split port engine from an F150? it is a V6 and bolt in place of the 3.8 you have now, you just need a few things, like a 2001 or later V6 mustang oil pan. here is a link to the very swap i am talking about;

4.2l Swap Article - TCCoA Forums

with a cam change, and some judicious tuning, in conjunction with your 3.73 gears, your mustang will be a rocker. and here are a couple of other links to check out;

Tom Morana Racing Engines

Super Six Motorsports - V6 products that make your life faster

these guys offer stroker kits for your 3.8, which is just the rotating assembly from the 4.2 engine.
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How much would the whole thing cost ya think?
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How much would the whole thing cost ya think?
that depends on how far you take the build, and how much you can get a replacement engine for. you can probably do the swap for about $1200-1500 though on average.
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I would just take it to the min for the time being and I would love to do a windstar swap I just can't find the parts where I live there is only like 1 junk yard 3-4 to the max so it's hard for me to find parts for diffrent builds
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I would just take it to the min for the time being and I would love to do a windstar swap I just can't find the parts where I live there is only like 1 junk yard 3-4 to the max so it's hard for me to find parts for diffrent builds
Here's the intake Windstar Intakes
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Old 11-10-2013, 08:02 PM   #52
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Just forge your sixxer op easiest route lol
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Old 11-10-2013, 08:07 PM   #53
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Sadly I know nothing about mechanics of a car that's why I have to hire the local guys
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Just do a little research. Forging your motor is pretty much buying new stronger pistons and new stronger rods. And having someone install them

There's more to it but that's basically it
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How much hp could I get for that?
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You won't get any horsepower from that but when you put a supercharger on your it won't blow up. It will let you run lots of boost to get tons of hp

The thing is you'll only get as much hp as your weakest link. If your block can only hold 400hp (don't know just an example) than that's the most you can safely handle and your internals won't be the limiting factor
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Old 11-10-2013, 08:29 PM   #57
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Oh ok I got what your saying not a bad idea
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Yeah these guy are telling you to put a while other motor in AND still supercharge it? You might as well just make the one you have strong and boost it ya know? No swapping involved lol

But before you put a supercharger on you need all the bolt ons. Exhaust, intake, fuel system, etc.

Because although they will not do much while your still n/a (non boost) they will all help your overall horsepower number go up when you eventually do
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Old 11-10-2013, 08:53 PM   #59
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I have damn good exhaust I think what's the diff between a m112 and a procharger
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And m112 is an eaton "twin screw" supercharger. They sit in top of the motor and generate a lot if heat. But they produce lots and lots if torque. Running a twin screw usually means you want a smaller gear ratio. Stock/3.73

A procharger is a "centrifugal" supercharger. They kind of look like a turbo but they're not. They usually lack down low torque but make up for it with really nice top end power and are rev happy

Another thing to consider is that a v6 differential is really weak. You should think about switching to an 8.8 bolt rear end. But I don't really know about these too much since my car already has one. But if you can find one from a wrecked gt, it will benefit you greatly

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There are a lot of things you can do your car. But the best thing to do is read and read and read and read some more. You shouldn't expect your car to run fast by throwing random parts on.

It's all about the setup and the tune. After your research come up with a nice plan of mods that work and stick to it. Though stuff can always be changed, you don't want to pay twice for something just because you decided you don't want it anymore lol
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I love the way the twin screw sounds and looks and I've never seen or heard of that where I live so that's pretty cool that's just a pretty good chunk of change

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And I already planned on getting a 8.8
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Old 11-10-2013, 09:18 PM   #62
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Yeah for sure it's a bad *** setup lol
And I like the idea of modding a v6 nobody expects to get beat by one. And if you do you'll always remember it lol
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I think everyone around here would remember it only sad part couldn't be much of a sleeper with the hood modifications and all
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I think everyone around here would remember it only sad part couldn't be much of a sleeper with the hood modifications and all
The m112 could fit under the stock hood with a small cutout just before the scoop. That or a 3" cowl
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If I do I'd have todo a cowl I wouldn't wanna cut on my new hood
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If I do I'd have todo a cowl I wouldn't wanna cut on my new hood
Makes sense. Just so you know, though, it would be something like this



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Now see I wouldn't mind that if it was a little further back so it's perfectly hidden so it kinda has a sleeper look alot of car guys where I live they would know instantly
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Makes sense. Just so you know, though, it would be something like this
This is so ****ing awesome
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I think when I get the money ill def do this cause how sick is that a cobra supercharger on a v6
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Will 275 35 18 on the front and 285 35 18 on the rear rub
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