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Old 09-05-2013, 11:37 AM   #1
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Helloo gorgeous

Just found his on cl for 500 and a termi block for 150 what do you guys think?



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Old 09-05-2013, 11:48 AM   #2
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Just found his on cl for 500 and a termi block for 150 what do you guys think?
Well you're looking at another $2K to get that blower to fit. I don't know if there's anything special about a terminator block
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Isn't the termi a cast iron block
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Old 09-05-2013, 12:20 PM   #4
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Really your block is just fine. The block isn'tthe weak point so really it's a low price but still got other parts that'll cost a lot.
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The termi blocks were basically the same, only diference was the forged internals (8 bolt crank too, if your car has a romeo block). Now there was a slight difference in the timing covers and dowels and such, but you could still make it fit. I used a windsor timing cover on a romeo block and visa versa before. The problem is with the heads. The blower is made to fit 4V, not 2V. There is a company that makes and adapter for the M90 to fit 2V heads. But like stated before it'll cost a bit of money to get it on. Get a Roush kit or Vortech for around 3-4 grand (cheaper if you piece it together), if you want to get blown.

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Really your block is just fine. The block isn'tthe weak point so really it's a low price but still got other parts that'll cost a lot.
Right, Rods and pistons are.
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Old 09-05-2013, 01:53 PM   #6
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So the teksid blocks are the same?... Lol

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Last time I checked everybody they aren't. I posted this more for the price. Because everyone on here thinks they know it all yet hardly anyone can post a solid answer...

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Ill just ask somebody I work with.. That's the problem with these forums.. Very few solid factual answers. More opinions. If I listened to everyone I would've totaled out my car instead of rebuilding it and actually learning something... It that's just another opion.
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Old 09-05-2013, 01:55 PM   #7
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So the teksid blocks are the same?... Lol

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Last time I checked everybody they aren't. I posted this more for the price. Because everyone on here thinks they know it all yet hardly anyone can post a solid answer...
What solid answer are you looking for? A Teskid block is an Aluminum block made by the same guys who make the Ferrari blocks, general consensus is they can handle 800-1000 horsepower as long as you have the internals to support it. The blower needs an adapter manifold made by Tork Tech to make it fit on a 2V.
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Solid answer as in how many of you actually build these motors. Build a teskid block from scratch without paying for it all to be done for you. A solid answer on price of these parts I'm looking at compared to what others pay. Anybody that's posted build one ? Obviously ik the difference between motors and what will vs wont fit that was not the question...

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Lol 2k to make it fit... Ya good idea on a 2v only with 4g w/ 156k on the odo. Let me just do that to only begin spending more money rebuilding after it blows
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Solid answer as in how many of you actually build these motors. Build a teskid block from scratch without paying for it all to be done for you. A solid answer on price of these parts I'm looking at compared to what others pay. Anybody that's posted build one ? Obviously ik the difference between motors and what will vs wont fit that was not the question...

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Lol 2k to make it fit... Ya good idea on a 2v only with 4g w/ 156k on the odo. Let me just do that to only begin spending more money rebuilding after it blows
Mos of the guys on here haven't built one, I know I haven't. Try to find a thread on the Corral or SVTP. There's a lot more info on one of those sites compared to this one. *****ing about it on here isn't gonna help you get an answer any faster than researching on your own will. I remember reading one thread on here about a member's teskid engine build, but I don't remember his username
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Solid answer as in how many of you actually build these motors. Build a teskid block from scratch without paying for it all to be done for you. A solid answer on price of these parts I'm looking at compared to what others pay. Anybody that's posted build one ? Obviously ik the difference between motors and what will vs wont fit that was not the question...
Sorry I didn't qoute the people asking about the blocks, but I assumed since they asked the question, they knew my comment was at them, it wasn't directed to you. And I have built plenty of 4.6's. In mine, in a few buddies, helped my buddy who has a shop... But to answer your question, no I don't think its that great pf a deal. Guys are selling M90's around me for 300-350. And the block isn't a bad price, but you could probably find a 2V 4.6 block cheaper. Both are iron blocks. Only aluminum blocks were in the previous Cobras.
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If you don't like the answers click yourself to google and research it.
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kind of pricey for that eaton...offer $150 less
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Ported eaton near me for $350
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Cobra blocks are iron , aluminum are junk for supercharger applications

Teksid isn't in the 03-04
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The WAP aluminum blocks are still good blocks just not a strong as a Teksid block. I currently have a Teksid in my 04 GT which I am swapping to a V7 JT trim. I want to let you know that a iron block is just as good with forged internals because 98% of you guys are never gonna get over the 500 rwhp threshold with a 2v and a blower. I have spent the time and money getting to these power levels and now i am working on the 650-700 rwhp level. You gotta pay to play. If you have any questions PM me
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