I was there at MD (www.modulardepot.com
) when Ken got the e-mail from SCT CONFIRMING the 384 dyno number! I must say it felt good! Even better I'm sure for Johnny and BBR now when it's out a Corral! http://www.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=707198
I guess as a part of this site I should not redirect you so please return after looking at that thread! :winks I'm sure too you'll see we're nicer and better behaved here too... lol
Eric from SCT and Ken from MD comes in on page 9... making it even more interesting! I think this is the biggest drama about 'nothing' I've ever seen in the Mustang world! Now very many of the BEST race car/engine builders, drivers and tuners are involved! Next NMRA race there will prolly be fist fights, LOL! I hope not!
Below are some 'stolen' parts my friend and tuner Ken wrote... I glued them in because he's talking about my car and heads! Hopefully they'll go on next week and we can show some great numbers and maybe ppl realize mid to high 300's is possible addin cams...!?!
"If you want good dynojet numbers on a NA 05, we are doing a set of Fox Lake heads on a car very soon. We already have the heads on the shop. We are just waiting to schedule the car in. It will retain the stock cams though.
Knowing how bad my flow numbers were and how good the 3v's can flow (based off of Fox Lake's set at my shop) and the possibility of a good set of cams, I don't see why 350+ couldn't happen with stock compression. I'm certainly not going to bash a company based on theory and what people "think" a combo will do. Now, if the next few cars out there aren't making that kind of power, then maybe the results here will be suspect. But until then, I think you should reserve your bashing and tone it down a bit. This just seems like a witch hunt."
"Funny how you are telling me how much a 4V FS motor makes when I tuned the world record holder
in that category. Maybe the average NMRA 4V FS motor makes that much." I think my car and I are in good hands...!??! lol, kj