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Old 09-09-2014, 05:14 PM   #36
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What is it exactly that makes a 4.6L a weak to build all motor?

Besides rods

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Im talking about trying to get NA power out of it. best to just forge it and spray the piss out of it

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Old 09-09-2014, 05:17 PM   #37
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Im talking about trying to get NA power out of it. best to just forge it and spray the piss out of it

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I meant what makes it suck so much *** n/a?
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Well look at the hp numbers..the more you have to start with the more a n/a build will get you.

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I meant what makes it suck so much *** n/a?
My cousin did a 5.4 stroked to a 5.7 heads/ cams, the whole 9 yards. 11.1 compression. Made 340hp.
Took a 100 shot on top of that to beat a full bolton 12 ss. By a fender

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My cousin did a 5.4 stroked to a 5.7 heads/ cams, the whole 9 yards. 11.1 compression. Made 340hp.
Took a 100 shot on top of that to beat a full bolton 12 ss. By a fender

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Woah that 340 would have made me set my car on fire after those mods!

That would have been a 10 sec chevy
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Okay let me start doing some research . Anyone know what all I'll need with my 4.10 gears to install ? Any bearing kit etc... ?

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Okay let me start doing some research . Anyone know what all I'll need with my 4.10 gears to install ? Any bearing kit etc... ?

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Go on american muscle website, They sell 4.10's with a kit included. An all in one kit.

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Old 09-09-2014, 11:21 PM   #43
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Go on american muscle website, They sell 4.10's with a kit included. An all in one kit.

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Okay thanks man .

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The best bang for the buck is a vortech s.c kit, these motors dont do good n.a and if u look at the flow #s on the heads ull see why ( they are low compared to chevy motors) when i eventually put heads on my car ill prob go with mmr's stage 3 trickflow heads with a set of mhs blower cams ( as my car is Bout to have a v2 vortech blower on it) ill prolly get the forged rotating assy from mmr to as they have the best price on it


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The best bang for the buck is a vortech s.c kit, these motors dont do good n.a and if u look at the flow #s on the heads ull see why ( they are low compared to chevy motors) when i eventually put heads on my car ill prob go with mmr's stage 3 trickflow heads with a set of mhs blower cams ( as my car is Bout to have a v2 vortech blower on it) ill prolly get the forged rotating assy from mmr to as they have the best price on it


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You'd be flushing your money down the toilet then, unless you need more than 900hp. The TFS heads are pretty close to as far as they can go already out of the box no matter what MMR says. A set of basic "stage 2" ported PI heads will support upwards of 700rwhp with a good blower setup. Box stock TFS heads support over 900 and the TFSR heads even more than that.

Fun fact of the day, you can now get complete low mileage running Coyote pullouts for less than the price of 2V TFS heads and a set of cams. I recently saw one that needed $300-$400 worth of fix it parts go for $1800 which is the price of just the 2V heads... Not cost effective to build the 2V IMO but once they are built with enough boost shoving air through the motor they can be nasty.
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I have not seen any coyote motors around here for a decent price


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Me neither. Where you looking Scotty?
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Me neither. Where you looking Scotty?

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If I am going to want something from a forum classified I almost always find what I am looking for on the Corral.
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