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Old 01-06-2012, 07:51 PM   #1
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Pi question

Do cobras have "Pi" & "npi" like gt's do?
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Cobras have 4v heads. Completely different
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Ohh okay thanks
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Old 01-08-2012, 06:03 AM   #4
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I think what he's asking is do the 99-04 cobra heads flow better than 96-98.
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I'm not really sure about that. I'd figure they would flow better since they have the highest performance next to the cobra R.

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But the cobra r is also a 5.4
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I think what he's asking is do the 99-04 cobra heads flow better than 96-98.
Yes, the 4v heads flow better than the 2v heads.
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Yes, the 4v heads flow better than the 2v heads.
I know this. We are talking about 4v and weather or not there flow values changed from sn to new edge sn?
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I know this. We are talking about 4v and weather or not there flow values changed from sn to new edge sn?
Oh. Ic. Yes, ish. The cobra heads 96-98 flowed a little better than the 99 cobra, the 01cobra a little better than the 96-98 cobras, and the 03-04 cobra/mach1 heads the best of the bunch.

The 99s had something wonky from the factory and there was that huge recall for lacking hp. Oddly, when 96-98 intake cams are used in the 03-04 heads there are small hp gains.

Im not sure but the 2000 cobra R heads may be the same as the 03-04 heads but don't quote me on it.
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The 2000 cobra r heads are what ford modified for the gt/gt500 heads.
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