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Old 01-16-2014, 05:44 AM   #876
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Aurora's heart died.

I bit the bullet and ordered a 3" cowl heat extraction hood and hood pin set tonight.. So expensive. X.x

But the stock hood wasn't enough room to clear the BOV without contact. D:

At least I'm using a cowl hood for a reason other than just aesthetics. I feel good about that much.
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I bit the bullet and ordered a 3" cowl heat extraction hood and hood pin set tonight.. So expensive. X.x

But the stock good wasn't enough room to clear the BOV without contact. D:

At least I'm using a cowl hood for a reason other than just aesthetics. I feel good about that much.

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So far here are a couple before and after shots. Take note that the exterior shot of my car in black was when it still didn't have an engine so there is tons of wheel gap. That's gone now but I just haven't got newer pics yet. Click image for larger version

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New pics and videos after Monday hopefully when it's dynoed! And then whenever my new hood comes in we will see how that goes.
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How easy is it gonna be to blend the new hood?
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How easy is it gonna be to blend the new hood?

The easiest. The car has been under cover since being painted. Still fresh.
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Intercooler is in. That's almost the last step. Click image for larger version

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What kind if intake is that? And I think 1 turbo is more efficient than 2 prochargers lol


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What kind if intake is that? And I think 1 turbo is more efficient than 2 prochargers lol


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The intake manifold is a Procomp Qualifier. Essentially the same thing as a Professional products Typhoon.

And if a turbo is more efficient than two prochargers then what about compared to my single vortech supercharger? :p
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The intake manifold is a Procomp Qualifier. Essentially the same thing as a Professional products Typhoon.

And if a turbo is more efficient than two prochargers then what about compared to my single vortech supercharger? :p

I'd still say that's more efficient than a twin procharger lol.

I wanna do a vortech later on down the road as well but I'm not sure yet. Congrats on getting your build together. A lot of people say they're going to do this and do that, and you actually did it. Congrats.

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I'd still say that's more efficient than a twin procharger lol.

I wanna do a vortech later on down the road as well but I'm not sure yet. Congrats on getting your build together. A lot of people say they're going to do this and do that, and you actually did it. Congrats.

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Haha. Roger that.

I know. Commiting your time and money to a build is overwhelming for most it seems.. It's been an extremely long road for me so far.

Dyno is coming soon!! I'm really excited.
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Idk about twin prochargers, but I'm sure my single procharger is just as efficient as your vortech.
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Idk about twin prochargers, but I'm sure my single procharger is just as efficient as your vortech.

That's impossible. You'd need to have it hooked up to an engine to even see if it is! :p
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Aurora's heart died.

That's a low blow cole....below the belt is off limits bro...stupid puddle pirates...
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Gotta get the motor fixed first. Honestly with as much as you put into yours, thinking about putting a used motor in it and running it on low psi while I save up $ to just buy a powerhouse long block.
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Gotta get the motor fixed first. Honestly with as much as you put into yours, thinking about putting a used motor in it and running it on low psi while I save up $ to just buy a powerhouse long block.

It's all a matter of preference and what you want to accomplish. You can do what I did for a lot cheaper probably. I just didn't have the luxury of living mainland and being able to have free time to search for deals and drive to pick things up. And also had to pay labor for many things I could've done myself. You can do it a lot cheaper.

But knowing what I know now.. If I could go back I would do the same thing. Except I would upgrade the damn input shaft. -.- That's a costly mistake.
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I was looking and for under 10k (depending on what I want) I can have a fully built motor capable of 1000hp to just drop in. Granted, I'm not dropping that kinda coin unless I have it. Probably just gonna drop a used 4.6 go now though and run low boost
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I was looking and for under 10k (depending on what I want) I can have a fully built motor capable of 1000hp to just drop in. Granted, I'm not dropping that kinda coin unless I have it. Probably just gonna drop a used 4.6 go now though and run low boost

Sounds like a good plan then!
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Some new teaser pics while waiting on a dyno date. First pic highlights why I need an aftermarket hood with more clearance... Second and third pic shows my awesome new exhaust tip(I've had stock tips with aftermarket everything else exhaust for a long time) and also shows that nice stance. I'm loving the way this is all turning out. And that's my friend Evan taking the pics from ridiculous angles.. He looks so funny in the reflections. Also got my new wideband hooked up and mounted. Gonna have pics of that later. And hopefully get some better videos since the exhaust has been hooked up and haven't taken any new vids since open headers.
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Oh and I forgot to say my new hood came in... But not gonna start showing pics of that until we finish prepping and painting it and it's on the car. :] Gonna look sick though.
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Are those SLP tips? Looks great!
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Are those SLP tips? Looks great!

Nope. Just a 3.5" stainless steel rolled tip that we ran across and bought. I've been wanting to upgrade tips for a long time. Haha
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Nope. Just a 3.5" stainless steel rolled tip that we ran across and bought. I've been wanting to upgrade tips for a long time. Haha
They definitely fill the arches a lot better than stock and I honestly think tips can make or break the look of the rear of a car
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They definitely fill the arches a lot better than stock and I honestly think tips can make or break the look of the rear of a car

Most definitely. The stock tips looked terrible. Especially with the new paint and everything else. Haha
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You need to get in those cracks and clean that shiot out....all that white crude makes that beautiful paint look crappy bro. All in all looks beautiful though!
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You need to get in those cracks and clean that shiot out....all that white crude makes that beautiful paint look crappy bro. All in all looks beautiful though!

That's buffing compound. We still have a ton of paint and body work left to do after the dyno. And more buffing. So not spot detailing until everything else is done.
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How do you get it off??? I've had some on my car that I haven't been able to get off. Had it repaired, stuck it in the garage for winter didn't realize it till spring....they body shop wouldn't fix it for free after that long
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How do you get it off??? I've had some on my car that I haven't been able to get off. Had it repaired, stuck it in the garage for winter didn't realize it till spring....they body shop wouldn't fix it for free after that long

My dad has some way of doing it. I'll tell you when we do it.
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Decided against a t56 swap and am sticking with my 5 speed. Going to end up getting a TR3650 built by ProMotion. Anyone have any other suggestions for a built 3650 or have any experience with ProMotion? And it turns out it's a 26spline upgrade with the 700hp/tq model TR3650, so I'll have my brand new Ram Dual Disk clutch for sale when I switch since it's 10 spline. I hope my transmission/input shaft doesn't snap in the meantime.

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Ohohohoh I need $...just found a complete 03 cobra motor (harness,computer,tranny, mgw shifter, alum drive shaft and more) for 7k....
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Decided against a t56 swap and am sticking with my 5 speed. Going to end up getting a TR3650 built by ProMotion. Anyone have any other suggestions for a built 3650 or have any experience with ProMotion? And it turns out it's a 26spline upgrade with the 700hp/tq model TR3650, so I'll have my brand new Ram Dual Disk clutch for sale when I switch since it's 10 spline. I hope my transmission/input shaft doesn't snap in the meantime.

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Curious, what steered you away from t56?
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**** the tko. Unless you like to feel like you are shifting a dumptruck. Build the trans you have, swap to an A5 or get a T56. Or go auto.

I found a 20k mile t56 with bell and all the swap stuff for a 96-98 for $1500 2 hours away. Non integrated bell and limitless options for it = win in my book.

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@ Wheelstander I wanted to stay 5spd to keep my GT spirit. Plus I didn't want to swap more than I have to. Like driveshaft and such. A sixth gear would be nice but I don't really need it. Five works fine. Haha.

Plus the prices.
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@ Wheelstander I wanted to stay 5spd to keep my GT spirit. Plus I didn't want to swap more than I have to. Like driveshaft and such. A sixth gear would be nice but I don't really need it. Five works fine. Haha.

Plus the prices.
Actually its not the 6th gear you get, but the 5th. 6th gear in the Cobra T-56 is .62, same as the 5th gear in the 02-04 T3650s. With the Cobra (close ratio) T-56 you get an extra .80 5th gear and its a common misconception that the 6th gear is omfg deep. It IS like that on the wide ratio T-56/Magnums like the Camarobird/Vette/Viper ones though, with a .74 5th and a .50 6th. Any trans shop can swap in those two overdrives though and leave 1-4 alone if you feel you need a deeper overdrive.

However, the BIGGEST advantage to the T-56, IMO, is the non-integrated bellhousing. Makes trans removal with longtubes possible without having to unbolt one or do some kind of transmission yoga to get it out and just easier in general to pull the trans sans bellhousing. The "swap" is almost a non factor. $160 AJE swap crossmember for a 96-98 or just buy the Ford T-56 crossmember for a 99-04. The driveshaft you just take to a shop and have them shorten it for a few bucks. Shortening is cheap, its the lengthening that's more expensive. At least that's what the doctors tell me...

As far as price, going rate for a good used T-56 is $1500. By the time you get done rebuilding a 3650 or t45 and shipping to and from a competent shop its going to be that price or more. I found a T-56 near me with 20k on it and I'm going to be able to test drive it in the car before the guy pulls it for $1500.
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