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Old 10-19-2011, 09:43 AM   #1
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BIG project for 2v 4.6L GT

Hello everyone
i am planing to built my 2v motor this april on my income
i have planned lots of things but need some advice even
so 1st should i go with evolution mmr 600rwhp block or the longblock?
and i was planning to go with 2.6L kennebell but later decided to go with 2.1L kenne bell due to some reasons as 2.6L kit kennebell dont sell complete kit
and i have no ford or kennebell dealers in my country so its better to go with complete kit
and i want advice on which heads and cams should i use
and my final question is i want to run 14psi on 2.1l but i have heard supercharger gets hot then so decided to go with 11psi
for tune i will give a call to sct guys and they will ship me the tuner from america all the way to pakistan
other things besides this i have made a list of other parts ie suspension and all
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Old 10-19-2011, 05:15 PM   #2
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For heads go with the Trick Flow twisted wedge heads. And get the low compression ones. You want low compression when running boost.
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Old 10-20-2011, 06:36 PM   #3
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They do sell full 2.6 kits. Your looking at doing the same thing I am. Don't waste your money on a block unless your block NEEDS it meaning it's beat up enough that

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It can't be bored clean. Bore it 30 over and buy forged internals. It will save you money that way. The stock heads can be worked to accommodate larger valve but I'd go with a pair of patriots over the trick flow, they are just SO expensive.

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Don't forget that you'll need to do your WHOLE drivetrain and you'll need a fuel system minus the rails and lines as they are sufficient for around 900 hp.
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Old 10-21-2011, 11:13 AM   #4
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[/COLOR]It can't be bored clean. Bore it 30 over and buy forged internals. It will save you money that way. The stock heads can be worked to accommodate larger valve but I'd go with a pair of patriots over the trick flow, they are just SO expensive.[COLOR="Silver"]
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The TFS heads are more expensive but they are well worth the price. They flow much better than any other head out there
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Old 10-21-2011, 02:11 PM   #5
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They don't flow that much better then a pair of stage 3 patriots. It's physically impossible with 2v unless major mods are done to the heads to allow massive valves
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Old 10-22-2011, 02:42 PM   #6
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Re: BIG project for 2v 4.6L GT

I am aiming 480rwhp to 510 rwhp
On 2.1l kenne bell! With the help of heads and cams stage 2 or 3 need help in that
Kennebell do give fuel system with the kit? Boost a pump and all?
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Old 10-22-2011, 06:19 PM   #7
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Lol you'll be way higher then that. I have a magazine that they did exactly that to a 2v and it made 717 on a kenne bell 2.1
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Is that a yellow gt with flames? Ramseys performance built one just like that with that much power and was features in mm&ff i think. The car is nasty
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No it was in mm&ff though. They used scrapyard 4.6 and just beasted them out really
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Old 10-25-2011, 05:45 PM   #10
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Re: BIG project for 2v 4.6L GT

so i will go with MMR longblock 600rwhp but lets say .. i will go for 900rwhp one.. to be on the save side
and stage 2 ported heads and cam with 2.1L kennebell at the top pushing 11psi of boost to be on save side from heat issues
and i have last most important question
thankyou for the help guys but i have last question
what about transmission? should i go with MMR 750rwhp rated tranny
or T-56 if T-56 then i have stock gears on my GT 3.27s wont that be too big!?
so just help if i can built my tr 3650 somehow strong enough to take that power is there anything i can do with tr 3650
please this is my last question do help me in this
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Lol I'm tellin ya to just buy a mmr rotating assembly and save the cash for the block. I've heard of our t3650 holding massive amounts on a 100% stock tranny
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Old 10-25-2011, 06:27 PM   #12
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Re: BIG project for 2v 4.6L GT

i just wana by long block lol .. this was my big dream, so i dont want to compromise on it.
inshallah i will have enough money to buy longblock and pay shipment and duties from USA to all the way to pakistan and fillful my dream
there are no good shops which will install pistons or rods in stock block if there are shops, well i dont trust them so
a long block is necessary with oil pan and everything
and then a supercharger... well for tranny i am trusting you so i will go for stock tranny with aluminum driveshaft and... full front rear suspensions
slicks datz it.. i pray i do 1/4mile in 11s
i hope i dont need fuel system! i think kenebell provide it with the kit right?
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Old 10-25-2011, 06:36 PM   #13
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With that much power you will you will need a fuel system. Not an option lol you'll need to build your rear at the minimum so you don't snap an axel. They are tough but not that tough. If your getting a new block I'd go with the 4.6 big bore block from mmr that is a massive bore 4.6 that makes it a 5.0, it uses the stock stroke and just a big bore. It's what they call the 5.0 cammer. That would be sweet lol
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Old 10-25-2011, 06:42 PM   #14
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Re: BIG project for 2v 4.6L GT

yeh they had options like stroked it to 5.0 and all
i will go with that
i dont get it fuel system its like i need bigger fuel pumps and 60lbs injectors and all
right??
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Old 10-25-2011, 06:51 PM   #15
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Yea. Don't worry about fuel lines or rails cause they are good for like 850hp. You'll need roughly 60 lbs injectors maybe bigger and bigger pump or pumps. Most of the time they convert it from a returnless style to a return. It's easy to do and better for it I guess.
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