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Old 05-27-2012, 04:01 AM   #1
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Here You Go Cole

SHM-Sean Hyland Motorsports BTW.
Isn't super cheap but would be bullet proof and hella reliable this guy built a 1000hp TT cobra and has made 100s of passes on it and it's still going strong.
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Old 05-27-2012, 04:38 AM   #2
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SHM-Sean Hyland Motorsports BTW.
Isn't super cheap but would be bullet proof and hella reliable this guy built a 1000hp TT cobra and has made 100s of passes on it and it's still going strong.
That's with stock rods?
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That's with stock rods?
No under the short block section it says "forged Ross and pistons and crank. Very top second pic
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I thought so. Thanks for the list!
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Welcome.
Have fun building the engine keep us all updated!
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I have that book, very helpful. Sean Highland has built some nice mustangs.
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Old 05-27-2012, 09:18 PM   #7
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I have a sixxer but it's a good read too, you learn a bunch about engines.
I plan on getting the coyote one when it comes out to see that one also. I like looking at builds.
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Very true. I like reading about builds also, even though I won't be modding much more than my suspension until I have some extra cash laying around to build my engine to handle a Kenne Bell.
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Very true. I like reading about builds also, even though I won't be modding much more than my suspension until I have some extra cash laying around to build my engine to handle a Kenne Bell.
Do the build above, just don't use a manifold and throw a kenne on it, should make about the same power. If your looking for that much HP?
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I agree, its a nice set up. But it will be a couple years before I crack the motor open and build it for boost.
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I agree, its a nice set up. But it will be a couple years before I crack the motor open and build it for boost.
Then start some saving!
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That's the plan. But I might end up getting my GT3 before I can supercharge my Bullitt. It all depends on how the stars align.
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That's the plan. But I might end up getting my GT3 before I can supercharge my Bullitt. It all depends on how the stars align.
Porsche GT3?
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Yes, GT3 RS hopefully. My wife said she would buy me one if I was good I'm a mental health/ drug counselor and I could never afford a GT3 on what I make, but my wife brings in 4x more than I do.
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Yes, GT3 RS hopefully. My wife said she would buy me one if I was good I'm a mental health/ drug counselor and I could never afford a GT3 on what I make, but my wife brings in 4x more than I do.
Well it's always nice to own the cars of ur dreams
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It would definately be nice.
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