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Old 02-08-2004, 02:03 PM   #1
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What is the highest N/A H.P.?

Does anyone know what is the highest HP/TQ #'s ever recorded on a N/A V-6 Mustang?
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In a 3.8 it is under 300HP probably in the 230- 260 N/A HP range.
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Old 02-08-2004, 09:59 PM   #3
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4.3 260rwhp
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265 RWHP/280 RWTQ with my outdated 207 SPI cam...

the 260 Zach is talking about had a much bigger cam too.
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Actually, TomY made 278rwhp in his green fox.
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Actually, TomY made 278rwhp in his green fox.

Hi Mark!

The SSM deal was a high compression 4.3 AFAIK, valid comparison but
I expect you to eclipse that if we get the intake flow up to par. 278
is a great # though, gives us something to shoot for!
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Hi Mark!

The SSM deal was a high compression 4.3 AFAIK, valid comparison but
I expect you to eclipse that if we get the intake flow up to par. 278
is a great # though, gives us something to shoot for!


That'd be awsome.
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You need to keep 2 upper intakes around, if we need more flow
you could send me the best one and I can get it worked over more,
and I suspect that is what we'll need. Justin's 265/280 effort needed
the intakes cut open and rewelded on the side plenums. His main problem
then was the cam, the 207/215 was just too small at that point.
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You need to keep 2 upper intakes around, if we need more flow
you could send me the best one and I can get it worked over more,
and I suspect that is what we'll need. Justin's 265/280 effort needed
the intakes cut open and rewelded on the side plenums. His main problem
then was the cam, the 207/215 was just too small at that point.


Tom cut the back side of the plenumn off. I do have my stock intakes still.
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Tom cut the back side of the plenumn off. I do have my stock intakes still.

The sides really need to come off for long runner porting.
We'll see if it needs it I guess. The cam will make up for
some of the long runner asthma
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The sides really need to come off for long runner porting.
We'll see if it needs it I guess. The cam will make up for
some of the long runner asthma


That's it. I'm calling you know who tomorrow.
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