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Old 04-29-2011, 01:09 PM   #1
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9sec 2v kennebell project for my mustang GT 2004 . need help

i am making this project for my car to make it 600-700RWHP with daily drive
it is a 4.6L 2v v8 motor 281cid stock .. here are the mods i have choosen

1. MMR short-block complete kit with pistons rods and forged etc supports up to 900RWHP
2. stage 3 heads and cams with spring upgrade
3. i have boltons on my car full boltons
4. kennebell 2.6L kit with complete recommended parts 17psi boost
5. t56 tranny with spec stage 3 + clutch with flywheel or an automatic tranny confuse which one to choose
6. Eibach suspension KIT complete and sway bars and etc
7. aluminum drive shaft
8. 31 spline axels
9. 4.10s with built rear end
10. sct tuned
11. M.T. slicks which size would be best please help and a best rim size? i think how about 15x10??
12. performance starter
if i have forgot something do remind me... i will start the project inshallah in september

i have tranny question which one will be suitable for 4.10 geared rear end T56 or an auto tranny? do help in this... i know it is expensive but money is not an issue i love mustangs and everyone here do love mustangs.. and i want people to respect my pony here in my country
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Re: 9sec 2v kennebell project for my mustang GT 2004 . need help

go with an auto , you'd have to be a shiftin' fool ( like me ) to drive a stick car in the 9's ,10's even
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Re: 9sec 2v kennebell project for my mustang GT 2004 . need help

you REALLY need to give maximum motorsports a call or someone good and go over what you need to hold that hp... else its 100% useless and dangerous.
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Re: 9sec 2v kennebell project for my mustang GT 2004 . need help

in my country there is no shop which tunes mustang or sells parts for mustang so i have friend he will help me.. there is no dyno even!! and i have to order parts from USA!!.. i will install parts with few mechanics from toyota and nissan and some mustang fans so i have made this group which will install parts in my car and tune it.. if i can get someone from ford i will pay the amount what ever he wants
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Re: 9sec 2v kennebell project for my mustang GT 2004 . need help

there are no ford dealers here
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Dude. For those types of numbers, it's gonna be really tough without a good dyno shop and it's still gonna be tough. +1 on the auto trans. Not many people can shift a 9 sec car for sure. 10's are tough. 2v won't make it easy either. Good luck on the build.
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you will need a dyno to calibrate the car, you can probably get by with a good base tune and a full oxygen sensor type setup to correctly measure A/F (not some cheap kit the real deal) to get it right etc. So you dont HAVE to have a dyno but you wont know how much timing etc it needs.
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Re: 9sec 2v kennebell project for my mustang GT 2004 . need help

i would definitly try and try to find a shop somewhere to do a tune after the work...the best tune will give you the best power after those mods.
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Re: 9sec 2v kennebell project for my mustang GT 2004 . need help

my friend is in contact with CJ pony shop and i think .. kelvin guy at the shop will mail us the tune.. and i think it is tough but if you want to do it then it is not .. my father will give me money in september for all these mods .. and i will try and try and try to do it and thanks for the help i think auto seems much better here .. which auto tranny is best for that amount of power?? is there a six speed auto .. sorry i am not into auto trannys
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what will be the best rim and tyre size??
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Re: 9sec 2v kennebell project for my mustang GT 2004 . need help

go with a built 4r70w by darrin at bc automotive,your going to need more than 17lbs,you will need race gas,you didnt include a complete fuel system which you will need...and if your going with big and littles...go with 15x10 on the rear with 275/60/15s....suspension your not going to do it with what you posted... get you some upper and lower control arms,sub frame connectors and shocks and struts.. ditch the 4.10s and just go with 3.55s or 3.73s..i can price you on upr suspension,wheels and tires,mmr or dss shortblock/longblock and also can get my tuner to send you a put around tune and he can do data log email tunes for you if your interested...let me know when you ready to make some power!!!!
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Thankyou so much slow02gt .. i will let u know when i will start my project thanks alot dude for helping me
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