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Old 12-13-2013, 01:29 PM   #71
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Looks like the gears will be going in on the 18th
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Gears went in today. The car is currently sitting on the lift getting the initial break in done with it in the air before I drive it.
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Well, you really screwed up this time JDF... You're going to break into the 14's for sure now.

So much for your title of "Slowest New Edge on ME".

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Old 01-18-2014, 04:32 PM   #75
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Dammit!! I didn't think this through! I guess I'll forfeit this title with honor..
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If they install it right there's no break in period. I got on mine the second I left the shop. No whine no problems


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If they install it right there's no break in period. I got on mine the second I left the shop. No whine no problems


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Yeah I have a tough time believing anybody would recommend beating on them immediately after installation. A wear pattern needs to be set. You don't just build a new motor and proceed to take it to red line right off the bat...
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Yeah I have a tough time believing anybody would recommend beating on them immediately after installation. A wear pattern needs to be set. You don't just build a new motor and proceed to take it to red line right off the bat...

No dude trust me.
I got them installed thinking that there was a break in period as well. How else are you going to know of they did everything right?? You should be able to get on it right away


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Well I helped install the whole thing I know it's set up properly... It doesn't need to be romped on to see that it isn't installed properly. They will whine or smell if they were installed wrong whether you get on it or not.
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Old 01-19-2014, 04:07 PM   #80
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Lowflyn we ended up not needing the spreader jig to get the gear set in at all, it slipped right in thankfully
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I've got a tuner. I went in and adjusted it manually, but I think I'm gonna have Bama write me some new tunes, 2 for my 315s and a Street tune for my snow tires
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Third time's the charm... Stupid app keeps shutting down on me.

So next on the list is trying to get this mis-fire fixed. I haven't checked in a while, but the last time I did, I had a cyl. 6 mis-fire. I've swapped coil packs, double checked spark plug gap, and installed new injectors. It *seems* to only mis-fire from idle to 1500rpms, it clears up after that. I need to grab a noid light to see of the I hectors are getting a pulse and I would like to teat the voltage and ohms on the coil pack harness plugs. If anybody knows those specs and could post them that would be great. I don't get a CEL with the Bama tune but will appear when I revert back to stock.
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Hmm so no codes without driving it on the stock tune. I can unplug the cyl. 5 COP and cyl. 6 COP with no change in the way the engine runs. I have had to heli-coil both of those cylinders due to spark plug blowout on both. Gap is still at .054 with the spark plug being pretty covered in soot on cyl. 6. I swapped coils with cyl. 2 with no change. Any ideas where to go from here?
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Hmmm. So it seems that 5 and 6 aren't doing much huh? I think I'd do a compression test. Paying particular attention to those two cylinders...
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Ok I'll have to try that. Hopefully it's not a head gasket
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Exactly my suspicion. Hopefully not.
Also make sure that sooty plug is actually making a spark. This could be as simple as a defective spark plug...
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I haven't checked that yet. I definitely will. Compression test may have to wait for a day off
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Figured I'd give this a bump. I haven't gotten a hold of a compression tester yet, but I did find this: http://www.stangnet.com/mustang-foru...imeter.781013/

I realized I should tell the story behind the mis-fire. I went to the road course last April and during that day (I don't know exactly how it happened) I basically decimated one of my spark plugs. The prong part (can't remember the name right now) looked like it was completely vaporized, I couldn't find any metal chunks in the cylinder. It's been mis-firing ever since then. I do remember one one session that the coolant temp gauge did rise above where it normally hovers at, it only moved maybe an eighth of an inch, but I promptly took a cool down lap and parked it after seeing that.
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Found this as well for anybody else who runs into a misfire issue. http://www.obd-codes.com/p0352
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So was the #6 cyl the same cylinder that you had the vaporized electrode on?
The same cylinder that now has a sooty plug?
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Yes and yes
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Well you said that you couldn't find any metal in the cylinder but I wonder if there is a piece of melted spark plug "glued" to the combustion chamber somewhere that is causing a hot spot and, thus, a misfire.
Have you had the heads off since this occurred?

I think that the real mystery here is; What caused that spark plug to melt in the first place?
It had to have gotten awful hot...

Does the "miss" begin from the moment that you start the car or only after it's warmed up a bit? Or all of the time?
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Well you said that you couldn't find any metal in the cylinder but I wonder if there is a piece of melted spark plug "glued" to the combustion chamber somewhere that is causing a hot spot and, thus, a misfire.
Have you had the heads off since this occurred?

I think that the real mystery here is; What caused that spark plug to melt in the first place?
It had to have gotten awful hot...

Does the "miss" begin from the moment that you start the car or only after it's warmed up a bit? Or all of the time?
Nope haven't had the head off, I've been pretty lazy with it of you haven't noticed.

That's what I've been wondering as well, I was thinking maybe I just caused too much load on the car during one of the turns.

It appears after the idle drops down from 1000 down to 800. It might be present at 1000 but I can't be 100% sure
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Figured I'd go ahead and give this a bump.

So I still haven't gotten a compression test and have just been driving the car as is (not the greatest idea I know). But I've been doing some thinkng lately, I've had some bad exhaust leaks from my mid-pipe on the passenger side flange and from the band clamps further down, I've managed to seal the leaks from the band clamps and have actually noticed a difference in how the car idles and drives. The misfire seems less pronounced afterwards. I still have a leak from the passenger flange and will hopefully be addressing that in the next few weeks so I guess we'll see what it does. The plan is to check my plugs on the drivers side bank while I'm at it and replace some plugs if they look bad. Also the car will be getting a diff. service as well because I finally hit my 1000 miles.

It's about time I got off my *** and get this thing ready for some track days. Hopefully I'm gonna make it to some Auto X event.
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I put all new gaskets in my truck last year and soon thereafter, my life became EXTREMELY chaotic for the next few months and I never had a chance to re-torque everything. I noticed that an exhaust leak had bugun so I went to tighten everything and discovered that two of the bolts had fallen out and two more were just about to. All of the rest were loose.
It DEFINITELY made a difference in how it ran and on these Mustangs, with the 02 sensors so close to the manifolds, I understand that an exhaust leak can affect the way that the car runs tremendously.
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Yeah I've been ****ing with this specific leak for quite some time now and it's been a pain in the *** the whole time.

Lapping days are currently going on at the road course (weather permitting), test and tune at the strip starts sometime this month, and I haven't looked into auto X yet to see when they start.
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Cleaned the MAF sensor today and performed an idle relearn afterwards. Throttle response improved greatly but there is still a slight shake in the shifter when first taking off. I'm starting to think this is not a head gasket issue, I've noticed that when I switch from my snow tires and street tune to my summer tires and race tune I end up picking up about 1mpg and a less pronounced misfire/shake. I'm not sure how that could affect anything but for now I'm gonna try and keep pursuing the exhaust leaks before I start seriously thinking about doing a head gasket or any sort of a job engine work. I do know for a fact that I'm not burning any coolant at all.

Also on a random note I took of my spoiler and really digging the look right now.
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Oh and I finally found my picture of the reason for this whole issue.
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I sure would like to know what caused that...

Your car looks good!!! But, as you know, I'm partial to the smooth deck lid.
I've always liked those rims on your car also. FR500's right? I don't know why more people don't have them.
I wouldn't mind having a set but, again, Bullitt...
I just bought a set of 03 Cobras to mount some Hoosiers on for the track.
I haven't put them on yet to see what they look like... lol
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I sure would like to know what caused that...

Your car looks good!!! But, as you know, I'm partial to the smooth deck lid.
I've always liked those rims on your car also. FR500's right? I don't know why more people don't have them.
I wouldn't mind having a set but, again, Bullitt...
I just bought a set of 03 Cobras to mount some Hoosiers on for the track.
I haven't put them on yet to see what they look like... lol
Yeah I'm truly stumped as to how it managed to happen. To be honest I'm I'd surprised the car actually ran after something like that.

Yep they're FR500s. What's funny is everybody complains that FR500s are too common, but all you ever see of them is cars on forums. I've seen two other cars with FR500s locally and one of them used to be a member on here. I've always liked the wingless look but thought my car just looked off since it doesn't have a hood scoop to offset it. Turns out I just needed some fat tires to pull it off. A Bullitt was one of the reasons I ended up buying a new edge. I rembered seeing them when I was little and thinking they just looked sweet. I'm curious to see how the Cobras look on your car as well.
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I can't even remember the last time that I saw a New Edge on FR500's.
Yeah, l still don't know why they put the scoop and the mud flaps on the Bullitt though... I think that the mud flaps would have been PLENTY!

Oh, I DO have a FR500 Torsen differential on the way from AM. So I WILL have something FR500. Haha
I'm going to be using the Cobra wheels at the track only, so I'm less concerned with how they look, than how they perform...
They're powder coated black so it will be interesting to see how it looks with them. Hell, I might like it!
I'll post some pics when I have them on the car.
There's a race this Sunday but I might be driving another Mustang,
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Haha but one thing I have seen is Bullitts on a New Edge. I love the scoops to be honest and was kicking myself once I found out that the 01 - 04 center with the different scoop and wing.

Why are you upgrading your diff? Is the stock one on its way out? I think the Cobras will look pretty good. Are you gonna be a co-driver with another guy?
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Haha but one thing I have seen is Bullitts on a New Edge. I love the scoops to be honest and was kicking myself once I found out that the 01 - 04 center with the different scoop and wing.

Why are you upgrading your diff? Is the stock one on its way out? I think the Cobras will look pretty good. Are you gonna be a co-driver with another guy?
I had a brand new Auburn installed right before I started autocrossing last season and it wore out after about 9 events. I understand that is typical with the clutch type posi differentials, as a matter of fact, many people re-shim the clutches, on the disc type diffs , before every race. I'm hoping to get a little more life out of the FR500 which is a Torsen type differential and has no clutches, it also has a very aggressive bias ratio so it should hook up much better when rolling back into the power on the corner exits.
Yes, I'm co-driving with the guy who won the class last year. There is a Camaro, of all things, that is currently leading in points because we missed some events, so Bob and I are teaming up, at least, until we are in the number 1 and 2 positions, and then battle it out between ourselves for the rest of the year. We ended last year with him ahead of me by just a couple of tenths of a second and this year I've been faster than him... so far.
It should be a fun year!
The A6's arrived today so they're at the tire shop being mounted on the Cobra's at this very moment.
Haha. Im excited to see how they look!
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I had a brand new Auburn installed right before I started autocrossing last season and it wore out after about 9 events. I understand that is typical with the clutch type posi differentials, as a matter of fact, many people re-shim the clutches, on the disc type diffs , before every race. I'm hoping to get a little more life out of the FR500 which is a Torsen type differential and has no clutches, it also has a very aggressive bias ratio so it should hook up much better when rolling back into the power on the corner exits.
Yes, I'm co-driving with the guy who won the class last year. There is a Camaro, of all things, that is currently leading in points because we missed some events, so Bob and I are teaming up, at least, until we are in the number 1 and 2 positions, and then battle it out between ourselves for the rest of the year. We ended last year with him ahead of me by just a couple of tenths of a second and this year I've been faster than him... so far.
It should be a fun year!
The A6's arrived today so they're at the tire shop being mounted on the Cobra's at this very moment.
Haha. Im excited to see how they look!
Nice! I had a buddy who installed and extra shim or clutch pack (I don't remember which) on his Shelby to help provide extra clamping force. Granted after spinning out three times in a lapping day he decided to take that disc back out, but he was racing on a cold track with 650whp.
That sounds like it'll be fun. Who's car are you guys gonna use?
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