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Old 04-30-2013, 04:15 PM   #11
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I would do a nice intercooler and try to get more boost out of that blower. Your heads/cams are for sure a restriction, but for just 450-500rwhp goal you don't even have to touch them. Have you considered meth? shot of nitrous? both?
I was worried about the bottom end. can I run a cam with the sc?
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Old 04-30-2013, 05:55 PM   #12
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run a blower cam and you will be fine, but like 97 said you dont need heads and cams for 400-450 rwhp
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yeah you dont want to push it. I would never run more than 425-450rwhp on a stock bottom end, but thats just me. Add an intercooler and smaller blower pulley and you're there
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Old 04-30-2013, 06:43 PM   #14
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yeah you dont want to push it. I would never run more than 425-450rwhp on a stock bottom end, but thats just me. Add an intercooler and smaller blower pulley and you're there
+1 on this, anything over this and you are just a time bomb
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Old 05-01-2013, 07:23 AM   #15
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Ima start looking for 42lb injectors,pulley, power pipe, and intercooler..ill see what I can pull with that.. Thanks for the replys
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Just curious, with forged internals why aren't you pushing for more?
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Well I would like more, but I'm in process of fixing the T45. (the T45 Source) street/strip. So funds are limited
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gotcha. What is your fuel setup?
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gotcha. What is your fuel setup?
I bought the car with the V1 already installed, so I'm kinda new with the supercharger system, but the PO said their was a FOCUS 340 pump? I'm currretly running 38lb injectors
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Is it the guts of the 2V that won't hold up or the whole engine? I've got forged rods, pistons, I'm making this a 2 yr project. Slowly buying stuff here and there.
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