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Old 04-12-2013, 11:20 AM   #106
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I'm at 557 rwhp @ 6 psi. I refuse to go over 600 without forged internals. Looking at Ross racing pistons and rods, still have others to research. Ill also be doing the comptech Cams for forced induction.
So you have about 635 at the crank. Do you really want more power (and can te car reasonably handle it)?
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So you have about 635 at the crank. Do you really want more power (and can te car reasonably handle it)?
Of course I want more power. It's not my dd. I have 1500 miles on it in the year and a half I've owned it. You'll always want more power. Its the American way lol
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Want2gofast a former member on here supercharged his coyote when they barely came out in 2011. Was one of the first to put a blower on and ran over 700hp for a while with no problems for a few years. Just a a fact.
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Want2gofast a former member on here supercharged his coyote when they barely came out in 2011. Was one of the first to put a blower on and ran over 700hp for a while with no problems for a few years. Just a a fact.
He's now got a '12 blown 5.0 auto pushing over 700 and still breaking records.
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Want2gofast a former member on here supercharged his coyote when they barely came out in 2011. Was one of the first to put a blower on and ran over 700hp for a while with no problems for a few years. Just a a fact.
Yes me and Want2gofast are a some of the originals to test the block on the new 5.0 on this forum. I drive my car like I stole it and have had ZERO issues.

Go big or go home as they say.
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He's now got a '12 blown 5.0 auto pushing over 700 and still breaking records.
Good for him. Wonder why he left the forum
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Yes me and Want2gofast are a some of the originals to test the block on the new 5.0 on this forum. I drive my car like I stole it and have had ZERO issues.

Go big or go home as they say.
Cool and yea go big or go home
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I'd have to go home...


Going big would be Hazardous to my health and career. Lol
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Good for him. Wonder why he left the forum
Maybe it's then safe to say 1 out of 2 stangs will survive 700+ rwhp
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A buddy of mine blew his 2011 with the vortech. He was running 12 psi and supposedly making 66x something to the wheels. He street raced the car all the time and had it at the track every weekend for a few months before the motor blew.
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Tunes for 93 Octane sir, I'm very aware of the limits the stock block. I will rebuild it when it does blow and I will upgrade to a turbo at that time. My goal is over 900 rwhp. This isn't my first rodeo building mustangs hahaha
I call BS. A 11.1 motor cannot handle that power on 93 octane. I've worked closely with Lund with both the Roush and Whipple. I was pushing 624 on 93 with my whipple and a fuel system. He wouldn't even send me a tune, he knew it would blow especially on only 93 octane. I'm one of the original test guys with the whipple on the 5.0....... this isn't my first rodeo........ not by a long shot. Simply put, the engine CANNOT handle that kind of power to the ground on 93 octane on a stock block.
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Who is going to point out the obvious?
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It may last a little while but it's plain stupid...no offense why purposely blow your engine instead of just building it from the beginning...so what happens when you blow something driving on the highway and hurt somebody...IMHO anything over 600 rwhp is just plain stupid on stock internals
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It may last a little while but it's plain stupid...no offense why purposely blow your engine instead of just building it from the beginning...so what happens when you blow something driving on the highway and hurt somebody...IMHO anything over 600 rwhp is just plain stupid on stock internals
All you have to do is put a bottle of NOS energy drink in you're fuel tank and you're a golden pony boy. Trust me! It's how I'm able to put down some power.
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Why'd he get banned? Just curious
For being a D***head
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Haha oh ok
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Haha oh ok
For not having people skills...albeit he is a knowledgable tech.
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For not having people skills...albeit he is a knowledgable tech.
Yeah he helped me out with a few things on my old '99 Gt, thats why i asked
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For not having people skills...albeit he is a knowledgable tech.
Lol. Reality > sugar coated bull**** people skills, I come to forums for information (reality)... Not for what I might want to hear
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SO, I have been researching SC for my Coyote and I found this...

Camaro Supercharger Kits

It says Camaro, but it is for Mustang. Anyone have know anything about it? Anyone have one?
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SO, I have been researching SC for my Coyote and I found this...

Camaro Supercharger Kits

It says Camaro, but it is for Mustang. Anyone have know anything about it? Anyone have one?
It looks nice and clean under the hood, I like it. Hopefully we'll know more about it when my warranty runs out.
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I think Im going with the Hellion Twin Turbos.
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the base install was pricey - but it's the dealership so i went w/ it.
12k to install the SC / 540hp + lower the car + X-pipe. then about a year went by and roush announced the Phase III - so, i jumped. same dealership, better price: 2100 - the kit being 1400. it's rated 585rwh - so, from what i've been reading here - i'm right under the "breaking point". i haven't taken it passed 6k on the tach & really don't plan too.
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since we're talking about forged internals - just curious. that's gotta be major work, but probably worth it. what would that kind of upgrade cost?
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since we're talking about forged internals - just curious. that's gotta be major work, but probably worth it. what would that kind of upgrade cost?
This might help give you an idea....

2012 GT Project Blackout Mustang Project Car

I would say your looking at anywhere between $7-10K depending on labor costs...

Internals could run you another $3-10K depending on what you do...
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man, lotsa ideas
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Ok so i mentioned earlier that i was considering the Hellion Twin Turbo kit. But after talking with a few friends about it, I'm not too sure.. A buddy was telling me that with turbos, you have to retune the car for weather changes. Our summers are usually about 110+ on average and winters get as low as like 70-80 on occasion. I don't wanna have to pay all that money to have a shop retune the car every time summer or winter comes. Any input on this?
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I thought you could have multiple saved tunes on an sct tuner.
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I thought you could have multiple saved tunes on an sct tuner.
Good point, didn't think of that..
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Ok so i mentioned earlier that i was considering the Hellion Twin Turbo kit. But after talking with a few friends about it, I'm not too sure.. A buddy was telling me that with turbos, you have to retune the car for weather changes. Our summers are usually about 110+ on average and winters get as low as like 70-80 on occasion. I don't wanna have to pay all that money to have a shop retune the car every time summer or winter comes. Any input on this?
Ours cars aren't carbureted bro, the ECM is pretty good at correcting and making adjustments for weather. If you're racing, that's a different story. If its a DD just monitor your parameters, anything out of the ordinary I would send a datalog to your tuner.
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Turbos need to be tuned for as many times as superchargers do... Once. Unless you increase or decrease your set-up after it is tuned. That's what an intercooler is for.
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