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Old 06-16-2016, 09:01 PM   #526
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Sorry lol I wanted to build suspense.

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The pic does them no justice the lighting is ****, I LOVE them!


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They do look sick. What tires are you going with?


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275 mickeys on the rear Click image for larger version

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Started a new little project today.

Since the interior is stripped from the front seats back, I decided i was tired of the extra drone and the ugly bare metal and sound deadening material.

So I got a truck bed liner kit and I'm going to use it on the interior.

I'm really meticulous and a perfectionist if you haven't noticed already from following the entire build. So of course i vacuumed the entire interior, then scuffed it all, then vacuumed again, hit it with degreaser and acetone, then tack wipes.

It should last with the good prep work and it won't take the abuse like a truck bed will


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Old 06-22-2016, 10:48 PM   #530
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Lol should be interesting

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New bug to fix.

Now that I've got some miles on the car I'm making a few pulls shifting at about 4K.

In between shifts it has a hesitation.

From what I've read it's caused by the PPRV (Parallel Pressue Relief Valve) it's restricting the flow causing a spike which is killing the flow when shifting in a pull.

There are many 03-04 cobra guys who have just deleted it. Only issue it causes is a little long start up time to prime the fuel lines.


However on my walbro pump I'm not sure if it even has a PPRV. If it does I'm going to just delete it but if not I'm not sure what could be causing this issue.Click image for larger version

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Old 06-24-2016, 02:44 AM   #532
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Started a new little project today.

Since the interior is stripped from the front seats back, I decided i was tired of the extra drone and the ugly bare metal and sound deadening material.

So I got a truck bed liner kit and I'm going to use it on the interior.

I'm really meticulous and a perfectionist if you haven't noticed already from following the entire build. So of course i vacuumed the entire interior, then scuffed it all, then vacuumed again, hit it with degreaser and acetone, then tack wipes.

It should last with the good prep work and it won't take the abuse like a truck bed will


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I have tried this before with a couple different vehicles. To be honest, the bed liner does nothing more than add weight. It can kill high frequencies (but you shouldn't have those), but will do little to nothing for the drone and road noise.

To be effective at absorbing sound caused by vibrations (which is essentially what sound waves are) you need something that can stop the ripple effect and absorb the sound at the same time.

Bear with my elementary explanation. I am stuck in a studio most days and am constantly bombarded with sound (and depending on the artist, noise).

Imagine a drum and head. You have a thin hollow canister with thinner heads constructed of a material that will resonate. If you place you ear close enough you can hear the other drums resonate when a different one is hit.

Drummers look like they are insane, but they understand their instrument. I have watched guys, and a few ladies, spend an hour or more tuning and tweaking. When they are done you find pillows stuffed inside kick drums, tape on snares, chunks of rubber tapes down in various places, and so forth.

The interior of your car is a drum. Our New Edges are the loudest cars I know of. I would rather roll the windows down and drop the top and sweat than listen to the noise on a bad road. This tells .e that the metal is thin, and the support the cars have is weak. Adding bed liner is going to add in another hard surface that will still resonate.

My brother just sold his Jeep Rubicon. Over the years he wanted a quieter ride without sacrificing the off road tires. We coated the entire tub of that Jeep with a professional bed liner kit (think Line X or Rhino Liner). Two days later the Jeep was back together and nothing at all changed.

Next we tried a coat of rubberized spray similar to plastidip. There was not enough absorption.

Being a good brother, I smoked a few pork shoulders for the next 16 hours while he stripped the crap we installed. The barbecue was great. I also learned a few new words from the mouth of a frustrated Marine as I laughed at him. I tried to laugh with him, but he refused to laugh.

The last attempt, and the most expensive was actual sound deadening material designed for vehicles (These guys do put some R & D into their products. We added large strips of dynamat on the entire floor. For the side panels (inner exterior walls, and inner interior walls that could be reached) we added rubber/tar based ducting material from you favorite home improvement store. We also filled the hollow openings with some RockWool sound deadening insolation I had left over from building acoustic studio panels. The weight from that is minimal. The unthinkable was then done to a Jeep Wrangler, carpet was added.

Once we were finished I will admit that I was surprised. You could still hear the tires roar, as well as the exhaust, but the noise was reduced by at least 75% with the hard top in place.

I'm pretty sure the Jeep weighs more than an H1 Hummer, but you can listen to the cheap radio and have a conversation. I wish he had kept that Jeep.

Sorry about the long post, but I wanted to share one of my experiments and experiences.

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Old 06-24-2016, 02:47 AM   #533
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Started a new little project today.

Since the interior is stripped from the front seats back, I decided i was tired of the extra drone and the ugly bare metal and sound deadening material.

So I got a truck bed liner kit and I'm going to use it on the interior.

I'm really meticulous and a perfectionist if you haven't noticed already from following the entire build. So of course i vacuumed the entire interior, then scuffed it all, then vacuumed again, hit it with degreaser and acetone, then tack wipes.

It should last with the good prep work and it won't take the abuse like a truck bed will


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Before I forget, if you have a lift, uncoating goes a long way in helping deaden sound. Clean everything with a blast of brake cleaner and then use a can or four.

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Old 06-25-2016, 11:50 PM   #534
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I thought he was doing it to mostly just clean it up in there a bit and make it one color?

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Old 06-26-2016, 12:35 AM   #535
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I thought he was doing it to mostly just clean it up in there a bit and make it one color?

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I am, and I didn't use truck liner I did undercoating on the interior I'll shoot some pics tomorrow! It turned out nice I think


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I am, and I didn't use truck liner I did undercoating on the interior I'll shoot some pics tomorrow! It turned out nice I think


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Good. I didnt think you were doing it for sound reduction alone anyway

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Old 06-27-2016, 06:38 PM   #537
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No I mean if it reduces the sound that would be nice but I really don't care lol I just thought the bare metal was ugly. I'm gonna put Scott rod panels in the interior over the next few months because they are expensive lol


I caught an IAC restrictor plate on eBay normally for 50$ but there was 1 min left on the auction and no one had bidded. Starting bid was 5$ so I bidded 6 and got it! So I stole it lol


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No I mean if it reduces the sound that would be nice but I really don't care lol I just thought the bare metal was ugly. I'm gonna put Scott rod panels in the interior over the next few months because they are expensive lol


I caught an IAC restrictor plate on eBay normally for 50$ but there was 1 min left on the auction and no one had bidded. Starting bid was 5$ so I bidded 6 and got it! So I stole it lol


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So the oil change was today!


As worried as I was the oil was damn near perfect.

No metallic sheen or metal at all!

Wasn't burnt or black, looked awesome.

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I went over mileage wise what I wanted to change it at, i changed it at 361. So in about 700-900 more miles I'll change it again some conventional oil undecided on brand then after I've got 2000k on her, I'll run amsoil synthetic from then on.







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Old 07-05-2016, 10:39 PM   #540
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Got my IAC restrictor plate today

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Gonna do a before and after YouTube vid, I'll post a link


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No point in a before and after video lol I noticed no change.

I did pick up a new daily tho!

95' Taurus SHO, 21 year old car 120k.

Interior is flawless, no rust, good paint.

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Man you just can't catch a break. The Taurus looks good man!


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Old 07-07-2016, 08:58 PM   #543
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I'm only out 5$ and 5 min of my time so I'm not too upset lol scoring the Taurus made up for it. Traded straight across for my Volvo wagon I was DDing and it had the drivers side beat to hell from a deer.




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I always did like those SHO cars. Looks like you picked up a clean example!

How is the power?


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From a dig, or light to light it's okay better than most plain old cars but punching it at any speed over 50 and it hauls ***, I messed around with a new challenger from a 55 roll and he didn't even pull a fender


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Thats cool.

I always heard they make great little sleeper cars.


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I have always loved the SHOs! Nice man

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As clean as it is I'm hoping to just clean it up, paint a few things and trade it in for a nice used diesel pickup to daily

Update on the mustang, about 425 miles on the motor now, still running awesome, if it sits for a couple of days and I go drive it, it will miss during 2-3000 rpms then once I reach the end of my street it stops, so that's odd but since it only does it very intermittently it doesn't bother me.

Still haven't got tires for the darkstars, I owe snap on 150$ a week so I gotta pay off so I'm trying to not go crazy and get my tires then get my box repo'd lol


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I owe snap on 150$ a week so I gotta pay off so I'm trying to not go crazy and get my tires then get my box repo'd lol


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No lol I'll get a good deal, family friend with the owner of the ship.

Plus they are drooling over the SHO lol


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You should clean the SHO up and get it in the best shape possible without spending a fortune and sell it verse trading it in, they probably wont give you much unless their really wanting to make a deal. Im sure there is some enthusiasts out there that would pay for that thng

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Can anyone chime in on deleting the front away bar?

I'm really debating it, I know it helps a lot with weight transfer and launching.

However I do drive the car on the street from time to time, but I don't take corners quick or take curvy roads since I run skinnies on the front.

I don't wanna pull it off then go out on the town one night or drive on the highway to the strip or cruising and the car act crazy and squirrelly.

Any insight?


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Two of my friends over the years would take it off the week they are going to hit the track, but they all would put it back on soon after. I've never been in the car with them, but they said it was like turning a boat in the water on the way to the track lol.
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Feel like I haven't posted on here in FOREVER.

Miss all of you guys and the knowledge we share.

So figured I'd update everyone on the car.

Got the wheels in as y'all knew.

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One of my rear tires came in today, my birthday is this month so I'm going to have someone get me the other one for a gift.
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Knock on wood the car has been running great. Have played a little on the streets definitely rolls out better then before.

However I'm still on the stock clutch, so I'm probably losing 100hp thru it😂 lol obviously joking but it does hurt the potential of the car.

So next big ticket item is the clutch.

Only issue I've yet to figure out is if I let the car sit over a day or 2 and go drive it, for like. The first 1/8th of a mile of driving it misses and sputters. Just long enough for me to get to the end of my street then it's fine after that.

Anyways I'll be posting pics of the car with the new wheels and tires. Should look wicked!!

I'll be posting more often, need to get back in the groove


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Not sure if anyone remembers me mentioning my UPR coilovers making a popping noise when I turned slowly but I solved the issue.

What was happening is I had the coilovers on the close to as low as I could be. Which was causing the spring to bend in a banana shape which caused it to run on the sleeve over the strut.

I installed my new racestar skinnies today and while I had the wheel off I raised the coil over adding more compression on the spring which solved the issue since now the spring doesn't bend as much.

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Looks great!

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Glad you got that popping figured out in the suspension. I think your issue with the sputtering is the condensation and crap clearing out and burning off. The duration of the cams leaves the valves open longer to take in condensation. That's my theory atleast.

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First "hiccup" so far on the new engine.

Got a p0171 code, bank 1 lean.

Could see anything obvious letting in extra air. And most of the things that would cause the code are all new.

Cleared the code and it hasn't came back so maybe just something tripped it from making a pull.

What's the common cause of this code?


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First "hiccup" so far on the new engine.

Got a p0171 code, bank 1 lean.

Could see anything obvious letting in extra air. And most of the things that would cause the code are all new.

Cleared the code and it hasn't came back so maybe just something tripped it from making a pull.

What's the common cause of this code?


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Keeney, my first guess would be a lean bank caused by a vacuum leak. For some reason you have more air than fuel in bank 1.
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