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Old 12-27-2012, 11:11 AM   #1
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2.3 to 5.0 build

I started this build a couple months ago. I found a wrecked 92 gt for a donor car. Took the motor rear end wiring Ecu and all the usable parts. As to the motor all it had done was a e303 cam and ported gt40 upper and lower. I bought a Anderson n51hr cam, gt40 heads that have been ported double springs 1.6 rr value job an 10 degree angle locks, bbk intake spacer.

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Old 12-27-2012, 11:16 AM   #2
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:48 PM   #3
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Looks like quite the project, I'm doing a blower and motor swap myself in the spring. Good luck and keep us up on the progress!!!
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:52 PM   #4
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I will. After its done looking to do nitrous probably a 150 or 175. Thought about a 200 shot know a few people that's done that
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Did you do anything to the internals? If they are stock i would be very careful with anything over 125 shot. Someone with more nitrous info will chime in i know more about boost lol
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It's all new stock internals. I personally seen a stock bottom end 302 spray 200 shot many passes then he blew it with a huge ahot
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I guess it all depends on what you ate going to use it for. Mine will be a dd with about 450 rwhp on 12-14 psi but I'm going for a safe longevity tune lol until i build a new boss block motor but that won't happen for a long time.
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It's all new stock internals. I personally seen a stock bottom end 302 spray 200 shot many passes then he blew it with a huge ahot
If your using hypereutectic pistons which came stock in 93 id take it easy on boost/nitrous. You will have people tell you hypereutectic pistons are good, which they are, but if i was running spray or boost id go forged.
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If your using hypereutectic pistons which came stock in 93 id take it easy on boost/nitrous. You will have people tell you hypereutectic pistons are good, which they are, but if i was running spray or boost id go forged.
The motor came out of a 92 gt. I got the same pistons that I took out. And I'm only using the car for weekend/drag car. I probably won't do. 200 like my buddy did but atleast 150
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