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Old 06-21-2013, 08:08 PM   #1
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Eaton on a 2 valve...here is what to expect

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Cant see dyno sheet. What did it put down?
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Save the image and then zoom on that.

439 whp

447 tq
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Dang on a 2v??
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Dude that 2V could make way more if they were to turn the boost up. Problem is the rods would disintegrate into a million pieces.

Stock PI heads will support more power than you think. Forged shortblock with stock heads and a PI intake running 14-18lbs of boost is a 500whp ride easy. Ported PI 2Vs with turbos are breaking the 700whp mark all the time.

edit: Biggest issue with the TT kit is that it is over double what a S-trim will cost and the S trim will actually make more peak power although there is something to be said about the screaming Eaton. Then there is the On3 stuff that is getting better and better and that's cheaper than a TT kit too...
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Yeah no upside to spending money on that.

Now about pi heads... what's the cheapest head setup that will support 750hp at the crank with my Kenne Bell?

ATM I'm getting some twisted wedge heads.
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Yeah no upside to spending money on that.

Now about pi heads... what's the cheapest head setup that will support 750hp at the crank with my Kenne Bell?

ATM I'm getting some twisted wedge heads.
Aren't you still running stock internals??
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Yeah no upside to spending money on that.

Now about pi heads... what's the cheapest head setup that will support 750hp at the crank with my Kenne Bell?

ATM I'm getting some twisted wedge heads.
A stage two port and polish, 3 or 5 angle valve job, 1mm oversized valves and bronze valve guides will easily do that and more. And cost about 1/2-2/3 what the TF Heads cost
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Question If you did a lightning swap could u put a 03 cobra supercharger on it and get more hood clearance ?
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I'm building a new engine.

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A stage two port and polish, 3 or 5 angle valve job, 1mm oversized valves and bronze valve guides will easily do that and more. And cost about 1/2-2/3 what the TF Heads cost
Cool thanks.

I will do this instead of TF.
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A stage two port and polish, 3 or 5 angle valve job, 1mm oversized valves and bronze valve guides will easily do that and more. And cost about 1/2-2/3 what the TF Heads cost
Yep, the Modular Headshop Stage 2 heads will make over 700hp to the wheels with the right cams and lots of boost. Obviously the shortblock needs to be built to handle it.
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Cool thanks.

I will do this instead of TF.
Another plus side to going this route is it will still sound somewhat like a mustang. The TFS heads will change the sound of the car
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