Joined: Nov 2016
Savage, you are going to think I am picking on you with my response, but I am not. Was just talking with about 4 people in the last 3 days, about Mod Motors. In-depth discussions about why they are great, and also why they are not so great.
These engines can make SICK power. They have a really broad torque curve, and they just won't stop pulling on the top end. They take to boost like an old drunk to Crown Royal.
But here's where the goodness ends.
They are huge, bulky bastards. They are complicated, temperamental, and love to break down, after you've run 'em a few years. They make lots of sludge because of head design, and then they clog up their cam phasers and break. The two piece plug design stinks.
In short? They are firecrackers. They are super fun and make a lot of noise, and they're done.
So today my answer for you is "I don't give a damn, it's a stinking mod motor." But I think that just proves that I am getting to be a grumpy old man. =)
In a more detailed answer to your question though: Your injectors look a bit oversized for what you're doing, but they'll do. Solid motor mounts are strong, but man are they noisy. And don't just pop a tune out of a box and call it good if you really want to make power, especially since they typically have a 'one-size fits all' approach. Take it to a dyno, and have them REALLY tune your engine. Your transmission's pretty hardcore. Love the 4R70W. How's that high stall converter doing for you? With the lockup, I bet it does well even on the freeway, but I bet it feels like going into a new gear when it engages.
Lastly, If you can't hit 300 with your setup, I'd be shocked. =)
I smile a lot. It makes people wonder what I'm up to...