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Old 07-04-2016, 02:37 AM   #1
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Help me with my build!

Within the next month I will begin to finish the build on my 88 GT, I've decided to go the Procharged route. Although, I need a little assistance with it. I will post my current mod list at the end, along with a few mods I for sure will be doing.
Currently, I know I will be swapping a 6-speed into the car, along with the P-1SC Intercooled Procharger kit.
What I need to help with is picking the rest of the parts! There are many options and I can't decide what's best. I am still on the stock 302 block, stock fuel system, Also running an 89 GT ECU.

Trick flow stage 2 Top end kit
Afco custom radiator and fan
BBK Longtube headers - ceramic
BBK O/R X-pipe
Flowmaster 40 series mufflers
24# cobra injectors
BBK Cold air intake
BBK mass air flow sensor (24#)
3:73 gear ratio
BBK 75mm throttle body
(New water pump, such and such)

Let me know what you guys think!



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Old 07-08-2016, 04:01 PM   #2
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You will need more fuel. Bigger fuel pump, bigger injectors and a bigger MAF.

Also be gentle on that stock block as that top end kit and that blower will be more than enough to crack her open.
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This is a frankenlist... and none of those parts will work particularly well with each other... or at all... The TFS heads and intake are about the only good thing on there.

Not going to be able to get by with a HCI and a blower on the stock fuel system either... not even close. Stock block will max out around 450-500hp and that is with a spot on tune. TBTH I would not do a build with a stock block besides just slapping a blower on it with some bolt ons, setting it to 425 and calling it good till I had funds for a real build.
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This is a frankenlist... and none of those parts will work particularly well with each other... or at all... The TFS heads and intake are about the only good thing on there.

Not going to be able to get by with a HCI and a blower on the stock fuel system either... not even close. Stock block will max out around 450-500hp and that is with a spot on tune. TBTH I would not do a build with a stock block besides just slapping a blower on it with some bolt ons, setting it to 425 and calling it good till I had funds for a real build.
Ain't that the truth ^^^^^^^^^^^..I did a basic 302 build and my machinist said I'm on my own over 500hp,still using my stock block,I'm going to run a turbo and keep it around 430-450 to be on the safe side until I can buy a Dart or something on that line but now I'm looking for a new hot side(long story)so I pulled my turbo off and went back to 24lb injectors and pulled the PMAS and Quarter horse and went with 24 MAS and back to old air temp sensor and Bama tunes.
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