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Old 05-13-2016, 10:14 PM   #561
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Can only get e85 from one station about 25 min away.

In other news, gots free good C heads today. 42k mile runner from a Continental. $200. Have the internals sold already for $200 have to pull it all tomorrow. Not buying anything else till I sell off this stuff I have.

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Unless you find another "Scotty deal" that is! Ive searched locally and spread out to about 100 miles away from me and apparently peeps in Mi think their old PI, NPI, Continental, Exploder, etc, motors have gold in them. Nothing worth anything but all at least $800 or more. They probably wont sell them quickly if at all, but Ill keep looking. Ill find a "Scotty deal" at some point Im sure. It would almost be worth it to buy engines from my local pick n pulls cause their cheaper and then sell off the parts, as long as they were the right engines of course.

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Scotty might even make a little money on this build!
I think he will start getting into the black enough to have paid for the entire car now, not just the powertrain build, haha.

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Eh... I wish. I have a stockpile of stuff I need to sell now. I did make $700 on those first 2 motors I got tho.

I find most of my stuff on car-part but the trick is to not look for mustang engines. Look for other cars that have the same motors in them. Marks for the Teksid blocks, 99-02 continentals for the heads and cams and valve covers and coils, 02-05 Explorers for the WAP PI motors and vics/marquis/towncars for low mileage cherry 2Vs. The big one is an 05 Aviator. They have the final revision Termi heads and 05 was when Ford started using the aluminator block.

Hopefully tomorrow I get both motors apart. Today was tstorms on and off all Damn day.

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You need to rent a small warehouse now, haha. Ill be your midwest liason and have a pass thru warehouse here and maybe even a delivery service for the parts, lol..

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Eh... I wish. I have a stockpile of stuff I need to sell now. I did make $700 on those first 2 motors I got tho.

I find most of my stuff on car-part but the trick is to not look for mustang engines. Look for other cars that have the same motors in them. Marks for the Teksid blocks, 99-02 continentals for the heads and cams and valve covers and coils, 02-05 Explorers for the WAP PI motors and vics/marquis/towncars for low mileage cherry 2Vs. The big one is an 05 Aviator. They have the final revision Termi heads and 05 was when Ford started using the aluminator block.

Hopefully tomorrow I get both motors apart. Today was tstorms on and off all Damn day.

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Sold the 96-98 intake, turned right around and picked up a mint condition Mach 1 intake. Also started busting down the Cobra motor I picked up finally. Definitely been apart once already so hopefully what the seller told me about aftermarket rods and pistons is true. However, there was black RTV all over the IMRC gaskets so I'm going to assume a ****ing dumbass put it back together which would explain a spun rod bearing at 116k on a motor that was already redone once. Only need RTV in a few spots on a modular and intake/IMRC gaskets are not one of them.
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What are the advantages of the Mach manifold over the Cobra?
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What are the advantages of the Mach manifold over the Cobra?
Well one being that you can't run the 96-98 Cobra intake on C heads.


As far as the 99/01 style vs the 03/04 Mach intake... the 03/04 Mach intakes actually flow a little better. Also prefer to not have any Cobra logos anywhere on this car.
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Almost got the Cobra engine apart. At least the intake was off at some point. Although whatever dumbass did it put RTV all over the IMRC gaskets... which is really dumb. Peeking into the oil pan from the front after I removed the front cover it looks like the rods are stock, guy who talked to the previous owner probably saw the forged crank and thought it was "built". I dunno.

Good news is the box of extra parts that came with it I finally went through thinking it was just junk and it wound up being a set of OEM coil packs and FRPP wires and a set of poly engine mounts ftw. Going to completely break it the rest of the way down Saturday.
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You now have a lifetime supply of coils!

I suppose that you can run them all on the car to "test" them, and then sell the extra ones.
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No it was the 96-98 coil packs. But I do have 24 4V COPs now lol. So... yeah... Between the coil packs and the 16 COPs I don't need that's $200 in found money tho.
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Scotty, I bet you would jump on this. Kinda wish I had $400 laying around
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Nah, no full cars. Not yet at least.
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Tell him you will give him just $250 for the engine. I bet he would do it.

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---------- Post added at 09:19 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:19 AM ----------

You may have to pull it tho

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Post something coherent TCopp... So that we know that you didn't just have a stroke.
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^ ????

In other news, building/pricing out a fuel system. Going return. Not ****ing with returnless, I hate it and going return is simple and cheap for DIY and the power levels I'll be at.

Twin Walbro 255s or Bosch 044s, 97-down stock tank, UPR pickup/return tube, Aeromotive 1:1 regulator, inline filters, factory feed line as the return line and a -10 AN feed line with UPR or MMR rails. Hobbs switch to run the second pump only when needed.
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So drove down to the e85 station today. 30 minutes through mostly windy back roads and they have a badass deli too so going there is worth it for a cheat day minus even the e85. $1.69 per gallon currently for E85. I dunno, this car will not be a DD. Kicking around the flat tops again with an E85 and 93 octane tune as a backup. Or stay 9.5:1 and do the same with a real aggressive tune for E85.

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Good deli, huh?

I suppose that you could also fill up some gas cans with E85, to extend your "range" in between fill-ups.
What if you want to drive it to a distant show or something like that? Are you willing to plan out the drive like a flight plan? Mapping out every fuel stop along the way?
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We don't even have E85 gas around here. But I do know 2 gas stations that have 100 at the tap.


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Good deli, huh?

I suppose that you could also fill up some gas cans with E85, to extend your "range" in between fill-ups.
What if you want to drive it to a distant show or something like that? Are you willing to plan out the drive like a flight plan? Mapping out every fuel stop along the way?
Lol no. Just wishful thinking. 9.5:1 is what multiple tuners have recommended.

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New intercooler finally showed up. 4" core on this one.

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New intercooler finally showed up. 4" core on this one.

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Got the Cobra motor apart finally and starting on the Conti. No forged pistons or rods as I figured, and also the crank is scuffed on the place where it spun a rod so I'm going to have it looked at but looks like turning it .010 or .020 will clean it up. If not I've still already made my money back on this motor plus another $600 pending with the cams and block and rods/pistons. I have a few good cast cranks anyway and I'm strongly considering using one of them anyway for cost as well as weight.
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And another curve ball... Found a guy with a custom adapter plate for making a FWD continental motor mate with RWD trans. Documented on the corral making almost 600whp through a TKO with forged internals. Picked it up and going to make templates and see how much it is to copy. I have a laser etcher at work I should be able to set high enough to cut through 1/4" of metal. Or have a local shop make me copies. This means I'll have a nice supply of "Cobra" motors for cheap as hell.

Now I'm kicking around putting this stock 42k mile C headed 4V in and having it up and running in time for the AM show.

Tune it to 450whp and hope it holds. That's what I was going to do anyway since that's about all the trans will hold...

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Let me get this straight... The idea of the adapter is so that you will be able to use the less expensive Continental 4V engine rather than the Cobra?
I assume that the only difference between the two is the FWD vs RWD configuration of the Continental? Heads and everything is the same as the Cobra? Same engine mounts?
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Bellhousing bolt pattern and the only other thing is a single motor mount boss on the rear pass side that needs drilled and tapped. Besides that it's a direct 4V swap. Same heads and rotating assembly. Just needs Cobra or Mach intake and Cobra/Mach front parts.

Going to get at least one copy of this plate made too. Could wind up being profitable in the future flipping Mustangs with cheap 4V swaps.



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Man you really are going to turn a profit from this build!
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Man you really are going to turn a profit from this build!
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Nah, I'm just doing the mustang "thrift store" thing. Just have to know what comes in what.


TBTH I'm sick of the car sitting and I can drop this 42k mile 4V right in. Going to pull the valve covers and if it has the X3RE 99 Cobra cams in it I'm just going to leave them. Only thing I WILL do is a Cobra engineering passenger head tensioner so its putting tension on the correct side of the secondary chain.
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Scotty if you wanna flip me a cheap new edge 4v swap, I'd be fine with that.
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Scotty if you wanna flip me a cheap new edge 4v swap, I'd be fine with that.
I'm going to get this car running, flip my boss's Grand Cherokee he's selling to me for $500 that just needs a water pump and front wheel bearings/brakes and then look for a 96-98 convertible GT automatic. 4V, converter and 4R75w swap, setup for drag with a 150 shot.

But that's getting way out ahead of myself.
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My $200 "Cobra" motor. Plus $100 adapter plate. Plus $300 Mach intake. So $600 for a 42k mile Cobra longblock.

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Looks awesome Scotty. Now you gotta get it tore apart and cleaned and inspected. Is this the block for your build??


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