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Old 07-15-2006, 09:50 PM   #1
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GT to svt cobra

i was wondering if there were eny parts that i can take off of an 03-04 svt cobra an put on my 03 GT. a friend of mine toke his normal focus an toke parts off an svt focus an totaly belt the motor up ?????, just thought i would ask not sure about all of the direck bolt on parts that can be switched.
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Old 07-15-2006, 11:10 PM   #2
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Re: GT to svt cobra

The only thing I can think of is a complete engine swap, maybe some cosmetic parts.
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Re: GT to svt cobra

Not realy unless you want to get deep into the engine, you can use the cobra crank i believe, and people swap their 2v heads for tthe 4v, then do the entire cobra top end conversion... theres not really just bolt on parts though. Not worth the money for the conversion really.
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Re: GT to svt cobra

thank you 2 very musch i have made a dasition to go eathier turbo/nitrous or s/c nitrous i allready have the nitrous , but i need to no what parts are needed to help the engine hold up to a turbo or s/c ? thanks for the replys
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Re: GT to svt cobra

well on a stock GT motor 400-450rwhp seems to be the limit. The KEY TO ALL OF THIS is a REAL quality dyno tune NO mail order pos chip.
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Re: GT to svt cobra

man thats all........ well i quess thats good , but what do you think of the nitrous / turbo set up or the s/c nitrous set up? o an thanks for your reply this is my first forum i have joind
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Re: GT to svt cobra

It would be cost effective for you to go with a s/c.. The turbos for this car can get really tricky to keep up and require a lot of tuning.. must harder to install basically.

If you go with the s/c I wouldn't recommend going with n20. Maybe a 50shot but anymore you'll have to set your timing back a few degrees.

Get you a nice exhaust system, headers, maybe stage 1 cams (vt makes some nice ones) and you could see 11's with some DRs. in the 1/4 (thats with the s/c..)

also i'd recommend a lobe seperation of about 113-115 with new cams. else you could end up blowing some of your boost through your exhaust!

keep away from the nitrous with the stock bottom end!! Spells detonation all over it!
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Re: GT to svt cobra

i am trying to get away from it , but i have spent way to much much money on it , not to use it.... an what do you mean about lobe seperation
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Re: GT to svt cobra

yeah not much unless you can get the whole top end(heads, intake, SC) and have a field day. or hell, you can just take his entire motor and tranny.

is it totaled or something?
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Not realy unless you want to get deep into the engine, you can use the cobra crank i believe, and people swap their 2v heads for tthe 4v, then do the entire cobra top end conversion... theres not really just bolt on parts though. Not worth the money for the conversion really.
Wouldnt that mean changing the trans and all the wiring?
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