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2V--350 RWHP Bolt on's??

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Old 07-16-2013, 06:29 AM   #1
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I've been on this forum for a while now and have done alot of research and have never seen or read about any 2V mustang with bolt on's reach 350 RWHP. Is it possible? The reason why I ask, this guy that I met today was talking to me about his 02 mustang GT. He said that he has every bolt on under the sun (even the turbonator,lol) plus a set of Comp Cams and Patriot ST 2 heads. He says that he got dynoed a littlle shy of 350 (348.87 to be exact). Maybe I'm missing something here but I've never seen it, have any of you? What's the most RWHP have any of you seen a full bolt on 2V make (including cams and heads)?
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Old 07-16-2013, 06:48 AM   #2
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Havent heard this debate in a while. I've seen a few 'bolt on' GTs make ~310wheel with LTs and cams on stock heads. With some head work the usual average Ive seen around here is 310-330 on the high end.. I know the trickflow heads were supposed to get you 350 if you did it right, but havent seen or head of anyone using that setup in a LOOOONG time. too much $$ if you ask me.
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I think I've seen a video on youtube in the past of a fully built 2v with Trickflow heads, built shortblock and cams/longtubes, (completely built to the hilt) putting down 340rwhp and running in the mid 11's NA. The thing was sick, revved to 8500rpms IIRC. But why spend 15k for 340rwhp? lol I don't get it...

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Old 07-16-2013, 01:35 PM   #4
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No way with Patriot heads and Comp cams, he's full of poo-poo
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have a friend in Danville Ky put down 333 rwhp with Hitech stage 2 cams, ported pi heads, long tubes, stock pi intake and some aftermarket tb/plenum. It was a manual car.
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I have a used JLT intake and 3.73 rear end gears , frpp that is and I put down 351.01 RWHP............ I lied
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it's possible on a happy *** dyno on a cold day on race gas on a super aggressive tune. lol.
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Are heads and cams really bolt ons?
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Man reading some of these post's,I guess it is a possibility (be it exspensive). But after hearing this guys mods list as Lizzy said he's def full of poo poo.. Well today I had to ask what he had and was really giving him the benefit of the doubt, well you be the judge...

JLT Intake with a Bama Tuner (93 octane tune)
Patriot ST II heads
Comp Cams (Stage I extreme energy)
Stack Racing 70 MM TB + Performance Intake Plenum
Stack Racing intake spacer
Turbonator (yeah I know)
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I pretty much had to bust his bubble.. I told him there is no way in he** he was even close to 350 to the wheels. He** I don't think he's even 350 to the crank. Was I wrong??
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You lost me at turbonator lol. Ya withy hose heads and canes and shirty headers he's just adding all of numbers provided on the websites and taking that as a final number lol. Poor guy
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Wtf is a turbonator
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Isn't that the BS marketing ploy that was popular during the days that the 1st Fast and Furious came out?
Turbonator was shaped like a fan blade in the intake and "supposively" increased air flow IIRC.
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Yes PurpleIcedGT, you are right, it was that electrical "turbo" fan in the intake. The theory that it was like "forced induction" and added like 1-2 psi to the intake charge was baloney. It didnt flow enough air fast enough to create a positive vacuum charge to the intake. Matter of fact, testing showed that it actually lowered hp due to it RESTRICTING the intake flow. Novel idea, but the only electric supercharger that works was a company I havent heard of for years called Thomas Knight Superchargers if I recall properly. I dont think they are in business anymore. That right there tells me that the guy is full of baloney. Poor guy, taken in by marketing. The hp figures shown for each of the parts on their websites, like when a set of aftermarket pullies says it "adds 11 hp!" is with all other possible mods on the engine and with a performance tune. Even then, they are usually not talking wheel hp, they are talking crank hp, so usually its only a few hp for most people when they do mods like these.
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If I had to make a good guess on his power I'd say between 295-320 whp on a dynojet. his cams are very mild, heads aren't the best, and shorty headers dont do much at all.
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If I had to make a good guess on his power I'd say between 295-320 whp on a dynojet. his cams are very mild, heads aren't the best, and shorty headers dont do much at all.
311 wheel and thats with a spot on rocking tune
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AHA!!!!! It's the turbonator/intake spacer combination!! The spacer allows for more vortexed air generated from the turbonator! It sounds like he turned the power down because he didn't want to throw a rod lol.
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wow that guy is crazy! my bone stock auto 2v though makes 295 rwhp so he might be close haha

if i do longtube and full exhaust and bolt ons and 3.73 and tune be looking at close to 300 rwhp?
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wow that guy is crazy! my bone stock auto 2v though makes 295 rwhp so he might be close haha

if i do longtube and full exhaust and bolt ons and 3.73 and tune be looking at close to 300 rwhp?
not sure if serious

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Hes just mad that his 13 year old bone stock 2v isn't worth 13.5k like he thinks it is
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Hes just mad that his 13 year old bone stock 2v isn't worth 13.5k like he thinks it is
HAHA im asking $11,900 and cleanest 2v ive seen sorry you are mad bro
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