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I signed up just after getting my first s197 chassis a few months ago. However just afterwords the car suffered from a #8 failure. Having bought my car with JLT c/f CAI and tune already in it. Leaving me no way of finding out who tuned it. Furthermore, Ford rejected a warranty claim. So left to my own devices and with my car sitting for a few months now, I have finally ordered my new motor and some go fast goodies for her.

FRPM6007A50NA-00 5.0 Coyote Aluminator N/A
SPEC stage 2 Clutch
SPEC Aluminum Flywheel
Boss Intake Manifold
Steeda Boss Specfic CAI
Kooks Long Tube Headers
Kooks High Flow cats and x pipe
Heartthrob 3" over axle pipes
Kooks Axle Back
Steeda Tri-ax Shifter

Pro-Dyno in Fort Mill SC is doing my install and Tune. i'll be spinning it to 7300 or so. the stock heads and cams dont offer anything out of more revs than that from what i have seen. I expecting around 460-470 on the rollers of his DynoJet. (i believe its a 224 model judging by the small rollers)

ill keep up with the build over the next couple weeks. hoping i can get an aluminum drive shaft and 90mm throttle body before she hits the rollers. only time will tell.
 

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I signed up just after getting my first s197 chassis a few months ago. However just afterwords the car suffered from a #8 failure. Having bought my car with JLT c/f CAI and tune already in it. Leaving me no way of finding out who tuned it. Furthermore, Ford rejected a warranty claim. So left to my own devices and with my car sitting for a few months now, I have finally ordered my new motor and some go fast goodies for her.

FRPM6007A50NA-00 5.0 Coyote Aluminator N/A
SPEC stage 2 Clutch
SPEC Aluminum Flywheel
Boss Intake Manifold
Steeda Boss Specfic CAI
Kooks Long Tube Headers
Kooks High Flow cats and x pipe
Heartthrob 3" over axle pipes
Kooks Axle Back
Steeda Tri-ax Shifter

Pro-Dyno in Fort Mill SC is doing my install and Tune. i'll be spinning it to 7300 or so. the stock heads and cams dont offer anything out of more revs than that from what i have seen. I expecting around 460-470 on the rollers of his DynoJet. (i believe its a 224 model judging by the small rollers)

ill keep up with the build over the next couple weeks. hoping i can get an aluminum drive shaft and 90mm throttle body before she hits the rollers. only time will tell.
That is awesome... Going to be bullet proof.


Curious, since your dropping all that money for an aluminator, did you consider the F/I version and think about adding a supercharger or turbo while you are doing this? It's only money!!!
 

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i plan on a single turbo set up the time next year. i'll running 8-9psi. with the low boost the higher compression will keep my throttle response snappy and help the turbo spool faster. and with that i will still be able to run 93 without an issue. the lower static compression just give you more wiggle room with your timing and fueling strategies. as little boost as i will be running it will still be bullet proof.
 
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