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Old 05-06-2013, 02:38 PM   #1
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Does anybody know how much hp the stock internals of my 06 gt can hold?
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I think the safest is 485HP max at the crank. What are you planning on doing? N/A, FI or NO2?
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going for an all motor set up right now. Have intake and full exhaust. I plan on doing frpp cams and a ford racing intake manifold. I know that wont harm anything but I would like to do a twin screw in the future.
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going for an all motor set up right now. Have intake and full exhaust. I plan on doing frpp cams and a ford racing intake manifold. I know that wont harm anything but I would like to do a twin screw in the future.
You will need some good cams and a lot of head work to get close to that NA. But it will be easy if you go FI like you said you want to eventually.
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Oh absolutely lol I don't plan on being anywhere not 480 hp with even heads and cams. I was just wandering what the stock internals could hold
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What kinda head work are we talking for 480? Just a port and polish or is there more to be done there other than cams?
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going for an all motor set up right now. Have intake and full exhaust. I plan on doing frpp cams and a ford racing intake manifold. I know that wont harm anything but I would like to do a twin screw in the future.
Will a twin screw work with your ford racing mani?
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Will a twin screw work with your ford racing mani?
Nope. A twin screw sits on top of the motor where the intake manifold sits.

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Oh absolutely lol I don't plan on being anywhere not 480 hp with even heads and cams. I was just wandering what the stock internals could hold
425-450 to the wheels you should be ok. Anything over and it probably won't last too long

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But the tune is very important and if you have a nice conservative tune you should be alright
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450wtq is the generally accepted max. no need to push it past that.

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good luck reaching that n/a though. P&P will pretty much be useless.
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