The userprofile of 1990stangtt. Join with 1990stangtt on AllFordMustangs.com - enjoy your Mustang hobby with fellow enthusiasts.
Welcome to our Mustang forums where Mustangers come together to hang out, discuss and enjoy their favorite Mustang hobby with fellow Mustang enthusiasts. We invite everyone to read, post, and enjoy our Mustang forum as well as the many other sections of our site.
You are currently viewing our forums as a guest. By joining our community you gain access to post topics, communicate with members, upload your photos and access many other special features. Registration is fast, simple and free so why wait, join our Mustang community today! If you have any problems with registration or your account login, please contact support.
90/10's are the best drag setup, 70/30's are for street and strip. If it was me, I'd get the adjustable shocks and struts like those by Strange, then you can tailor them to the track conditions. At full loose, they can be equivalent to an 80/20 strut.
60 pounders are needed if you get up past 600 hp. And you could try SCT for the Big Mouth, they should be able to match the sensor for 60 pounders. Either that or you could get a F.A.S.T. system and do away with the meter altogether.
The RPM II will make a huge improvement over the stock intake. Even if the stocker is ported, the RPM II will outdo it because ported stock intakes always run out of steam around 5500 rpm. The RPM II just has a better, more efficient design.
You'd gain quite a bit of hp with the Spyder/throttle body combo over an EFI intake. The intake itself is actually a carburetor style intake modified to accept the fuel rails. You could port it just like any other intake, I can't remember which they use, it's either a Victor or Victor JR intake. The ports will already be plenty big but there's room to port it.
are you talking about t3/t4 hybrids??? sounds like you are. they should be the same size but have a small exhaust for quick spool but a bigger impeller side (cold side) for more boost and cfms. ya send me a pic try to measure the intake impeller on both.
13 PSI Isn't too bad on a T3/T4 Turbo. But to beat a Z06 you will need more than just a big turbo.. Corvettes are very light, powerful, areodynamic, geared well (except 6th), etc. I drive a C6 ocasionally and man, I can't compare my mustang to the C6 Corvette.. Go with the previous comment, forge everything
To build a 347 the way you want, and handle the power you want, it'd cost around $1500-$1800 plus block work. If you need this engine assembled, that of course would be more. You definately want the forged everything, main studs, head studs, windage tray, main girdle, all of these improve the strength of the block and give it the best chance of survival of any length of time.