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Old 08-12-2012, 10:16 AM   #456
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Wow. Insane you used a blade on that and it worked.

Wheels are always the ***** when it comes to doing some sort of detail work.

Nice results though.
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Wow. Insane you used a blade on that and it worked.

Wheels are always the ***** when it comes to doing some sort of detail work.

Nice results though.
Yeah. It took hours and sucked but turned out pretty awesome IMO. I can't wait until the engine is back in so that it'll be back to its lowered height.
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Old 08-12-2012, 10:25 AM   #458
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What springs you running in back again?
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What springs you running in back again?
Sticking with my H&R SS and my Tokico d-spec shocks/struts. I love this setup.
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Looks good thanks.
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Sticking with my H&R SS and my Tokico d-spec shocks/struts. I love this setup.
And its sitting a little high in front due to lack of engine weight. Correct?
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And its sitting a little high in front due to lack of engine weight. Correct?
It's sitting almost 5"-6" higher than it usually would. Haha.
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Anyone know what weight requirement an engine stand for a teksid block is? Need to buy one but don't want it to break down on me lol
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Regular stand will work. It's lighter than the 2v block so
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The block is 83lbs. full engine less than 500.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:42 AM   #466
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Fantastic! Can get a 1k lb engine stand for $45. Also, pics !
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Fantastic! Can get a 1k lb engine stand for $45. Also, pics !
Awesome! You look satisfied. Haha.

NOMAD! Need help. Got a guy with a full blower setup off a '04 Cobra, smaller pulley, all brackets, lower intake, fuel rail, injectors, all brackets, belts, EVERYTHING I NEED, and will give it to me for $1200.

I feel that's a fantastic price because that means all I'll need is to find my C heads and I'll be good to go, right?
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Awesome! You look satisfied. Haha.

NOMAD! Need help. Got a guy with a full blower setup off a '04 Cobra, smaller pulley, all brackets, lower intake, fuel rail, injectors, all brackets, belts, EVERYTHING I NEED, and will give it to me for $1200.

I feel that's a fantastic price because that means all I'll need is to find my C heads and I'll be good to go, right?
Is the timing cover included in that price? Because it is also needed. If not then see if he would take 950 or so cash. timing covers, for used range from 200 up. They are application specific. When it comes to the factory blower setup. Everything include the coolant res, pipes, etc? Find out and shoot me a list.
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Is the timing cover included in that price? Because it is also needed. If not then see if he would take 950 or so cash. timing covers, for used range from 200 up. They are application specific. When it comes to the factory blower setup. Everything include the coolant res, pipes, etc? Find out and shoot me a list.
Yes. Everything included except the stock inter cooler. I know where to get that cheap though. And I already have a timing cover for the 4v.
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Yes. Everything included except the stock inter cooler. I know where to get that cheap though. And I already have a timing cover for the 4v.
it has to be a 03-04 cobra 4v timing cover
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it has to be a 03-04 cobra 4v timing cover
I got one.
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Well there you go. But I will say the heaton eaton is not the choice I would take.

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Whatever you decide low ball the offer first
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Well there you go. But I will say the heaton eaton is not the choice I would take.

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Whatever you decide low ball the offer first
Haha. I know. But I figure for now it'll e a good entry point and to learn about things. I won't be putting many miles on the car so when I upgrade I can sell it for a decent return.
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Well I myself when monies allow, will be running a D1sc Procharger. adding all that stuff is not feasible to me. Ill try to make a before and after vid
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Well I myself when monies allow, will be running a D1sc Procharger. adding all that stuff is not feasible to me. Ill try to make a before and after vid
I feel ya. The way I look at it is that I'll be spending over a grand getting all the parts I need to make up for what the eaton already has anyway... So Either I can spend $1k+ on an intake, TB, and other stuff or just get it all with a S/C. Idk..
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Well a fully loaded 99-01 intake goes for 500. Plus is you with like I was saying about heads then your going to be in for about 700. Do the port work ur self (if you can) to save cash. Possibility s are endless
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Hey nomad, how many pounds are the stock injectors on a mark 8? Thinking bout putting them on my 6 for the time being since its injectors are going out
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Hey nomad, how many pounds are the stock injectors on a mark 8? Thinking bout putting them on my 6 for the time being since its injectors are going out
24lbs injectors. Not sure what the 6 has but putting bigger injectors without retuning the ECM for the new injectors, will cause you issues and poor drive-ability. Make sure you do your homework.
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24lbs injectors. Not sure what the 6 has but putting bigger injectors without retuning the ECM for the new injectors, will cause you issues and poor drive-ability. Make sure you do your homework.
Bama tunes so ill check if the retune for that, i knew id have to tune it but couldn't find the size of them, thanks!
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Bama tunes so ill check if the retune for that, i knew id have to tune it but couldn't find the size of them, thanks!
are you forced inducted? if not a bigger injector offers no increase in power. unless your looking to add a power adder.
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are you forced inducted? if not a bigger injector offers no increase in power. unless your looking to add a power adder.
Nope, but my current injectors are badly clogged and i figured might as well use the ones from the mark engine since they work
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I do have 5 30lbs injectors. had six but got damaged.

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I do have 5 30lbs injectors. had six but got damaged.

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This is on the mark engine, correct?
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This is on the mark engine, correct?
Those are injectors and their supported hp out put. 93-98 Marks, 96-01 Cobra's and 03/04 Mach 1's use 24lb injectors. the 03/04 Cobra uses 39lbs, and the SC lightning uses 42lb injectors.

Injectors are a support mod not an adder.
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The sixxer's injectors are 19 lbs like the GT. Putting the injectors out of the mark engine isn't going to work. It will cause you more headaches than you know.
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Well in doing my swap I used 24lb injectors with calibrated MAF but my ecm was still stock GT. Let me tell you the gas was gone at startup it seemed. I blew half a tank driving 100miles at 70-75mph.
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Well in doing my swap I used 24lb injectors with calibrated MAF but my ecm was still stock GT. Let me tell you the gas was gone at startup it seemed. I blew half a tank driving 100miles at 70-75mph.
Is your 4v a higher compression ratio like the mach1 engines?
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The sixxer's injectors are 19 lbs like the GT. Putting the injectors out of the mark engine isn't going to work. It will cause you more headaches than you know.
What kind of headaches?
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Is your 4v a higher compression ratio like the mach1 engines?
No my cr is about 9.7:1

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What kind of headaches?
Drive issues, running rich, fouled plugs, etc
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No my cr is about 9.7:1

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Drive issues, running rich, fouled plugs, etc
Ill be sure to run it on a dyno if i put them on. As for fouled plugs im running NGK Iridium plugs so id hope they would be a bit more durable. Drive issues, already having those, and running rich ill watch for that as well
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