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Old 01-02-2014, 08:40 PM   #1
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NA power limit

So I have a chance to buy some C heads for cheap so I was considering building a NA build..

Ported C heads
Custom grind camshafts
Lifters , rockers, springs upgraded
ARP bolts / studs
Ported short runner
Intake manifold spacer
Throttle body ( kind of a waste )
Crank pulley from Steeda
Electric water pump
JLT true cold air intake
90mm MAF
Longtube headers
Tubular K member
Tubular A arms
Steeda lower ball joints
90/10 struts

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What kind of power do you think you'll make?
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:54 PM   #3
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Idk ?

My buddy's Mach 1

Cams
Full exhaust
Ported short runner
Cold air intake
Intake spacer I believe
Lower control arms
Dyno tune
410s
Is running 12.1 @119
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I say do it! I have a cold air intake, exhaust, and 4.30s. And a dyno tune and my car ran a 12.7 on street tires. So with that set up I would say you could be down near 400-450 on all motor. A buddy if mine did all new internals (beefed up the motor) and he's almost 500 on all motor. It's pretty impressive
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You won't make enough power NA to worry about breaking the powdered metal rods in your Mach. With that said I'm not sure its worth the money to port the C heads with the displacement you are running right now and it will suck when a 2V with a S trim walks you for less money. I mean you already have the revised C heads on the car you have now.

Whatever happened to that cheap Eaton swap you were planning on? IMO that would be the way to go.
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