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Old 12-13-2015, 11:39 PM   #1
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New 5.2L Voodoo/Coyote crate engine.

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No flat-plane crank.

And those dyno numbers look good, but they were achieved using 101 octane fuel.
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The flat plane crank is GT350 exclusive. I'd say take off probably 30-40 HP on 93, I'm not sure. It's a Ford tune, so that's got to leave some on the table for custom tuning as well.
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They were also probably using a set of free flowing "dyno headers".

Nevertheless, still pretty impressive!
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They were also probably using a set of free flowing "dyno headers".

Nevertheless, still pretty impressive!
They were, it even says it on the display.

At first i thought the numbers were a little lack luster for all the mods done, but then i figured the cams are probably not the most aggressive they could be, the tune probably still has room, the FRPP throttle body is not the best choice for a CJ set up ... There is still quite a bit of room on the table here.
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They were, it even says it on the display.



At first i thought the numbers were a little lack luster for all the mods done, but then i figured the cams are probably not the most aggressive they could be, the tune probably still has room, the FRPP throttle body is not the best choice for a CJ set up ... There is still quite a bit of room on the table here.

Your not going to beable to run a real aggressive cam with the VCT in the first place.


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Your not going to beable to run a real aggressive cam with the VCT in the first place.


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I think he means that better cams than FRPP will be able to be used.
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So I'm guessing if the Cobra jet can bolt to those heads basically any thing that bolts to them like a blower would as well?


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