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Old 04-15-2015, 10:30 PM   #36
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And I've never tried anything? This is my second 5.0
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And I've never tried anything? This is my second 5.0
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Can't really argue that less weight doesn't help though, less weight will always be better than more. Its mostly a matter of is the cost worth it.
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Can't really argue that less weight doesn't help though, less weight will always be better than more. Its mostly a matter of is the cost worth it.
Never once said anything about weight. Im talking about acceleration, which you will not notice from a driveshaft.

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Never once said anything about weight. Im talking about acceleration, which you will not notice from a driveshaft.

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They don't see the purpose in this thread Rapinator lol


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I just always hear stories of even V6 ppl blowing up the 2 piece shafts at like 130mph. Who knows, internets hearsay until IRL. Too much internets hearsay...
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I just always hear stories of even V6 ppl blowing up the 2 piece shafts at like 130mph. Who knows, internets hearsay until IRL. Too much internets hearsay...
It's not the same one as the coyotes.

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When starting out, there is alot of better stuff $800 can be spent on.

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It's not the same one as the coyotes.

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When starting out, there is alot of better stuff $800 can be spent on.

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Other than converter what else could I spend 500-800 on ?


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I would do converter and headers, boss manifold with a good tune. Then get a driveshaft, after all that


Or 47lb injectors and a e85 tune

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I would do converter and headers, boss manifold with a good tune. Then get a driveshaft, after all that


Or 47lb injectors and a e85 tune

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Sounds like a plan just wasn't sure on the order i need to purchase


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Gotcha, and yeah... $800 for an aluminum DS... I know a shop around here that would do it for way less and for like... way way less doing it in steel. Also don't have to dick with pinion angle with the 2 piece when you lower the car.

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I would do converter and headers, boss manifold with a good tune. Then get a driveshaft, after all that


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Just curious, as I'm really trying to educate myself in the time leading up to potentially getting my own Coyote finally, how much (if at all) difference is a CJ intake going to make over the Boss?
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Cobra jet is good for about 10-15hp over the boss.

I don't think it's worth it unless you plan on staying NA and try to squeeze every bit out of it.

Once I get mine I will be sending it off to be ported, then to NX.


I have a buddy who has CJ, full exhaust, e85 makes 450

I have stock headers, boss and make 440. On e85. also Slightly higher compression 11.5 vs 11.1 ( not going to matter ) and slight head work.

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What kind of head work? Port and polish?


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Mainly over sized valves with some Clean up. Just decided to do it when I built the motor, since they were off the car already

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Might as well honestly. Although I know the On3 testbed car with a built motor and stock heads with a Circle D stall and the stock automatic was I think at 9.3 in the 1/4 lol.
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Well all you guys keep thinking what you do. Thats why you will always be #2.

Talk to people who have done it. Never noticed acceleration only reason I swapped is bc of the power the car was pushing.

So many of you have stuff burned into your heads off what other people say, and that's all you believe. Vs actually trying something yourself.

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Yea, OK... Gee was your EGO bruised ?

You'll need some vaseline to force that type of thinking into other peoples belief system.
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Yea, OK... Gee was your EGO bruised ?

You'll need some vaseline to force that type of thinking into other peoples belief system.
Well his business is in Petroleum products so...
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Yea, OK... Gee was your EGO bruised ?

You'll need some vaseline to force that type of thinking into other peoples belief system.
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I think you just need more practice and or a better tire. You have enough mod for 11s as it sits, easily.
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Never once said anything about weight. Im talking about acceleration, which you will not notice from a driveshaft.

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The less weight the car has to move the faster it will accelerate.

A 700 horsepower car that weighs 4,000 pounds and a 700 horsepower car that weighs 3,000 pounds race. Who will win?

Weight affects every part of the car. You might not feel it initially, but 20 here, 30 there, another 20, 15 more, 40 more. Probably won't feel those increments right after you do each, but total that's 125lbs. Imagine kicking someone out of the car to race, it'll have that affect.

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The less weight the car has to move the faster it will accelerate.

A 700 horsepower car that weighs 4,000 pounds and a 700 horsepower car that weighs 3,000 pounds race. Who will win?

Weight affects every part of the car. You might not feel it initially, but 20 here, 30 there, another 20, 15 more, 40 more. Probably won't feel those increments right after you do each, but total that's 125lbs. Imagine kicking someone out of the car to race, it'll have that affect.

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Nvm it's like trying to explain something to a wall.

And to your 700hp comments. Not always true bc the car that's lighter might not be able to hook. So........

The whole point of this was you will not notice the difference with a drive shaft. Thats it nothing more. Stop making it something it's not

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Nvm it's like trying to explain something to a wall.

And to your 700hp comments. Not always true bc the car that's lighter might not be able to hook. So........

The whole point of this was you will not notice the difference with a drive shaft. Thats it nothing more. Stop making it something it's not

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So, just to clarify Rap, you're saying that a new drive shaft will be a noticeable improvement and it should be the first thing he buys?
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So, just to clarify Rap, you're saying that a new drive shaft will be a noticeable improvement and it should be the first thing he buys?
Yup that's right....

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Supposedly they help out with the clunk that these cars have In the driveline. I'm gonna get one anyway. I've heard too many good things about them.


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Lol at this thread.

By all means guys spend $800 on a driveshaft if you think it will make your car faster.
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What stall speed is recommended for a 5.0 with the Boss intake and will be daily driven?

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A minimum of a 4C but a 5C will be better. Forget the daily driver part because the right tuner will set it up so you will never know it's there until you mash the gas.
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A minimum of a 4C but a 5C will be better. Forget the daily driver part because the right tuner will set it up so you will never know it's there until you mash the gas.
What "right tuner" would you recommend? Lund/AED/VMP or someone besides those dudes?
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What "right tuner" would you recommend? Lund/AED/VMP or someone besides those dudes?
Those three are more than capable and Mike Rousch would be another. Mike has become pretty popular with the auto guys.

Also JPC Racing is a shop that has some of the fastest cars out there and rarely get mentioned.
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Nvm it's like trying to explain something to a wall.

And to your 700hp comments. Not always true bc the car that's lighter might not be able to hook. So........

The whole point of this was you will not notice the difference with a drive shaft. Thats it nothing more. Stop making it something it's not

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Read what I said again. "You may not feel them individually". I never said a driveshaft by itself will make a big difference. We are on the same page. BUT it does add up. And the comparison of the 2 cars is given everything else is equal.

You can't argue with physics that it requires less power to move a lighter car given other factors equal.

Dismissing weight reduction all together is how you end up with the challenger weighing 4300 pounds. The little things add up.

And for the record I wouldn't spend $700 on a driveshaft either.


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Those three are more than capable and Mike Rousch would be another. Mike has become pretty popular with the auto guys.



Also JPC Racing is a shop that has some of the fastest cars out there and rarely get mentioned.

I'm debating on switching to Mike but they day I wanted to buy a tune I couldn't get him on the phone lol so I went with Lund


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Mike Rousch can be hard to get a hold of as his tunes have become very popular. That can be turn off to some while other companies have many operators on stand by all the time.
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I would do converter and headers, boss manifold with a good tune. Then get a driveshaft, after all that


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See I can agree with that.
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