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Old 04-30-2007, 02:13 PM   #1
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Ok, went browsing around the forum, and the 4.6L forum has a sticky like this and it went fairly well, so I figured I'd see how it goes here. The thread is simple. Post up your current mod list of your 5.0. Don't include what you're gonna do, or what you'd like to do, only include what you have purchased that's on the car or waiting to go on as you can always follow back up on your post. ONLY POST YOUR LIST, NO REPLYS.

Also, in addition to your list, make a DOs, and DON'Ts list. In other words, list what you liked about your set up in the DO area, and what you're kicking yourself in the rear end for in the Don'ts. Yet again, don't list things you don't have. This is for those of you that love your exhaust set up in comparison to others, but you're kicking yourself in the rear end for getting a MAC x pipe, or ebay CAI, or just whatever you've done you regret doing so.

A few, not a lot, but a few pics would also be nice so people can see what these mods will look like on their ride.

The reason for this thread is so that people can learn from other people. I see so many post about what CAI to get, and what gears feel best, and what exhaust to get, etc. The point of this post is for people to see what other people are doing. If somebody is split between CAI A, and CAI B, and a new member sees that CAI A seems to be the most popular, then they might get that one instead, or ask a different question about that CAI, instead of an "In General" whatCAI to get thread.

Like I said, mod list, dos and don'ts only, and pics only, no replys, andno reccomendations on stuff you don't have, etc.
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Old 04-30-2007, 02:20 PM   #2
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OK I'll go first so you guys can get the idea. Please, as stated, no replys, only post with info.

MODS
Tuning
1.) Tweecer RT Tuning Software
Engine
1.) BBK Cold Air Intake
2.) BBK Billit Aluminum Underdrive Pullies
3.) Performance Products 75mm Polished Throttle Body (awaiting install)
4.) 94 SVT Cobra Upper/Lower Intake Manifold (awaiting install and P/P job)
5.) GT-40 Heads (awaiting install and P/P job)

5.) 347 Stroker Kit, came with the car, so please don't give me any grief
6.) B-303 cam, came with the car, also, please no grief
7.) 30lb Steeda Fuel Injectors (awaiting install)
Ignition
1.) Blue Ford Racing 9mm Spark Plug Wires
Forced Induction
1.) Tunable 50-150 HP Wet Shot Nitrous Express Kit (awaiting install)
Exhaust
1.) BBK Ceramic Coated Shortie Headers
2.) Bassini Off Road X Pipe
3.) Steeda MIL Eliminators
4.) Magnaflow Dual Cat backs
Transmission/Driveline
1.) Tremec TKO 600 Transmission w/ 26 Spline Input Shaft (all tranny parts will not be installed for another month, too much work going on right now)
2.) Tremec TKO Belhousing
3.) Spec 26 Spline Stage 2 Clutch
4.) 87-93 Mustang Clutch Fork
5.) Fidanza 50oz Balanced Aluminum Flywheel
6.) 31 Spline High Performance Yoke
7.) Ford Racing Aluminum Driveshaft
8.) High Performance U-Joints
9.) Steeda Tri-Ax Short Shifter for TKO 500/600 Transmissions
10.) 3.55 Ford Racing Gears
Suspension
1.) Eibach Pro Shocks for 1.5” - 2” Height Drop
2.) Eibach Shocks
3.) Adjustable Caster Cambers
4.) BBK Chrome Front Sway Bar
5.) Ford Racing Rear Sway Bar
Exterior
1.) ZEUS Magnum 17" High Performance Black Antenna
2.) Black MUSTANG GT SS Inserts
3.) Clear Tinted Cobra Headlights
4.) 96-98 OEM Black Taillights
5.) Saleen S-281 Wing
6.) 94-98 Side Scoop Covers
7.) Cobra Fender Emblems
8.) SVT Deck Emblem
9.) Silverstar 4000K Lightbulbs
10.) Silverstar Low Profile Silver Coated Signal Lights
Wheels
1.) Satin 17” Cobra R Replica Rims by Eagle
2.) 245/45/17 Fusion H Rated Tires
3.) Cobra R Wheel Cap Covers
Interior
1.) Wheelskins Euro Perforated Black Leather Wheel Cover
2.) Steeda Compsosite Shifter Knob w/ 5.0 Logo
3.) Satin Door Panel Inserts
4.) Billet Pedals
5.) Running Pony Floor Mats
6.) Satin E Break Handel Cover
7.) Satin & Black Coat Hangers
8.) Satin Steering Wheel Turn Signal Knob Cover
9.) Satin Steering Wheel Tilt Knob
10.) Steeda Aluminum Door Handles
12.) Steeda Satin Switch Buttons
13.) Running Pony Trunk Lid Carpet
14.) Black/Yellow Mustang Sport Seats
15.) Sport Seat Mounting Brackets
16.) Satin Door Lock Pins
17.) Black Carpet Rear Seat Delete
Audio
1.) Eclipse 50W X 4 Channel 3100 Series Stereo
2.) 4 5” X 7” Eclipse Dual Cone Speakers
3.) 2 Boston Acoustics NEO Type MTweeters
4.) 2 10” W2 JL Audio Subs
5.) Sealed Dual Sub Box
6.) 1200W 2 Channel Sony Silver Series Amp
7.) Tsuami 4 Gauge Amp Power Cable
Security
1.) Viper Alarm Systems (came with the car)
Engine Bay Dress Up
1.) Chrome Gas Hood Shocks
2.) Blue Hose Covers
3.) Blue Good Year Cooling Hoses
4.) Chrome MAC Radiator Hoses
5.) Chrome MUSTANG Dipstick Handel
6.) Steeda Chrome Oil Cap Cover
7.) Steeda Chrome Fuse Box Cover
8.) Running Pony Chrome Oil Cap Cover
9.) Windshield Washer Reservoir Cap & Bottle Cover
10.) Steeda Break Reservoir Cover
11.) Steeda Power Steering and Reservoir Cover
12.) Polished Radiator Cover
13.) 93 Cobra 5.0L Intake Emblem (awaiting intake install)14.) Polished Summit Racing Valve Covers (awaiting install)


Pros - Well so far I love everything I've done to the car, made sure to learn from some of my mistakes with the old sixer. I guess the best things about the car is the exhaust, and the gears. The exhaust sounds great, nice and rubly down low, but not loud, and very aggressive sounding up top with a lot of sound control compared to other systems. The gears are also nice in that they offer great off the line control and decent boost when you need it, they seem perfect for street 5.0s with a manual tranny.

Cons - While all the dress ups under the hood are nice, I've learned that should be the last thing you do simply because every time you need to work on your car they get scratched. Also, the Tweecer RT program is awesome, but the damn learningcurve is so damn steep that I kind of wish I went with the PMS tuner instead.

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Ok, went browsing around the forum, and the 4.6L forum has a sticky like this and it went fairly well, so I figured I'd see how it goes here. The thread is simple. Post up your current mod list of your sixer. Don't include what you're gonna do, or what you'd like to do, only include what you have purchased that's on the car or waiting to go on as you can always follow back up on your post. ONLY POST YOUR LIST, NO REPLYS.

Also, in addition to your list, make a DOs, and DON'Ts list. In other words, list what you liked about your set up in the DO area, and what you're kicking yourself in the rear end for in the Don'ts. Yet again, don't list things you don't have. This is for those of you that love your exhaust set up in comparison to others, but you're kicking yourself in the rear end for getting a MAC x pipe, or ebay CAI, or just whatever you've done you regret doing so.

A few, not a lot, but a few pics would also be nice so people can see what these mods will look like on their ride.

The reason for this thread is so that people can learn from other people. I see so many post about what CAI to get, and what gears feel best, and what exhaust to get, etc. The point of this post is for people to see what other people are doing. If somebody is split between CAI A, and CAI B, and a new member sees that CAI A seems to be the most popular, then they might get that one instead, or ask a different question about that CAI, instead of an "In General" whatCAI to get thread.

Like I said, mod list, dos and don'ts only, and pics only, no replys, andno reccomendations on stuff you don't have, etc.
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Old 04-30-2007, 02:26 PM   #4
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ORIGINAL: jthorn9

Ok, went browsing around the forum, and the 4.6L forum has a sticky like this and it went fairly well, so I figured I'd see how it goes here. The thread is simple. Post up your current mod list of your sixer. Don't include what you're gonna do, or what you'd like to do, only include what you have purchased that's on the car or waiting to go on as you can always follow back up on your post. ONLY POST YOUR LIST, NO REPLYS.

Also, in addition to your list, make a DOs, and DON'Ts list. In other words, list what you liked about your set up in the DO area, and what you're kicking yourself in the rear end for in the Don'ts. Yet again, don't list things you don't have. This is for those of you that love your exhaust set up in comparison to others, but you're kicking yourself in the rear end for getting a MAC x pipe, or ebay CAI, or just whatever you've done you regret doing so.

A few, not a lot, but a few pics would also be nice so people can see what these mods will look like on their ride.

The reason for this thread is so that people can learn from other people. I see so many post about what CAI to get, and what gears feel best, and what exhaust to get, etc. The point of this post is for people to see what other people are doing. If somebody is split between CAI A, and CAI B, and a new member sees that CAI A seems to be the most popular, then they might get that one instead, or ask a different question about that CAI, instead of an "In General" whatCAI to get thread.

Like I said, mod list, dos and don'ts only, and pics only, no replys, andno reccomendations on stuff you don't have, etc.
OK sorry for that mess up, also did it in the sixer forum, so back on topic please.
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347 stroker fully forged
Balanced rotating assembly
lunati nitrous cam
zex 125 shot
ford racing lifters
1.6 roller rockers
comp cams hardened pushrods
ac delete
trickflow track heat
3/8 intake spacer
bbk tb 70mm
C&L 76mm kit with MAS
reworked e7's have been ported 3 angle valve job milled 40 185 160 valve's
dual valve springs
double roller timing chain
#30 injectors
msd 6al box
msd rpm selector
msd bronze dizzy gear
zex purge kit
zex rapid fire kit
professional products harmonic balancer
BBK long tubes Headers
BBK ORHP
BBK Pulleys
BBK 190lph fuel pump
BBK Fuel Pressure regulator
BBK Fuel liquid guage
Ford Racing 9mm wires
super 40 flowmasters
UPR smog pump delete kit
MSD Blaster coil
MSD Cap and Rotor
Pro 5.0 short shifter
BBK Adjustable Clutch Quadrant and Firewall adjuster
Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch
3.73s
D&D K-Member
D&D Coilovers (150lbs spring rate)
D&D tublar a-arms new*
Lakewood traction bars
BBK heavy duty upper control arms
BBK subframe connectors
BBK lowering springs
BBK caster Camber plates
solid motor mounts and tranny mount
battery relocated to trunk
Lakewood 90/10's
Lakewood 50/50's
Removed front sway
Removed Backseat
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1988 speed density gt hatch

engine-none
suspension-4cyl springs, strange 10 way struts, no sway bar(front)
drive train-astroperformance rebuilt stock spec t5, mickey thompson et street drag radial(235/60/15)
ignition-all new, all stock
exhaust-pacesetter o/r h pipe, dumped 40 series flows

pros-stock car w. sliping clutch, save for a tire and exhaust runs a 14.2(did not run w. suspension mods yet), it will do better after the clutch install in 2 weeks.

cons-uh... none yet...
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In a 67 Coupe

Production 5.0 roller block bored .040 over
Production crank, .010 under mains, crankpins cut to 2.100 SBC crankpin size(yes, you can see this is heading towards Chevy parts so shush!)
Scat Premium forged i-beam floating pin dowled5.7" rods for SBC
Mahle Motorsports Powerpak forged flat top pistons for SBC strokers with 4" stroke and 6.0" rod and 1" pin heightand Mahle file fit plasma moly top ring ring pack with oil rail support(this setup still gives stock 3" 5.0 stroke, but a 1.9 rod ratio and allows the use of the 380g pistons and Mahle's 1.5mm ring pack and short wrist pins, low weight and low drag internals)
All pistons weight matched, all rods weight matched, assembly dynamically balanced with Fluidamper Streetdamper balancer and production early model flywheel rebalanced to HO balance.
AFR 165 aluminum heads for pedestal rockers with 60cc chambers
Crane Powermax 2031 hyd roller cam/lifters(dur@.050 214int 220exh, lift .513int .529exh 112LSA 1.7 rocker ratio)
Fel Pro 1011-2 head gaskets for 9.44:1 static compression and 8.31:1 dynamic compression ratio with .045" quench height
Crane Energizer full roller rockers for 1.7 ratio pedestal mount
Comp 26986 Beehive valve springs, 123lbs seating at 1.750" installed 284lbs open at 1.175" 280lbs/inch rate, takes hyd roller cams with .650 lifts out to 6,500rpm
Comp cams magnum double roller timing chain
Melling high volume oil pump
Weiand's new Action Plus pn 8124 low(medium?) rise dual plane manifold
Holley Street Avenger 570cfm carb
MSD 6a box and electronic dizzy, with Mallory coil
Powermaster 140a alternator
Milodon high volume water pump
March serpentine underdrive pulleys(just turning the alt and water pump)
Flex-a-lite flex fan w/ shroud and 3 row radiator
Hooker Super Competition long tube headers, Hooker Aerochamber mufflers, dual 2.5" with h-pipe, dumps in front of the axle
Centerforce dual friction clutch, 10"
Toploader 4spd manual(built Ford tough) with Hurst shifter
FACTORY 1967 driveline(built Ford tough) with heavy duty u-joints
Factory axle housing and diff carrier with Richmond 3.00:1 ring/pinion and Powertrax titanium alloy locker
Competition Engineering subframe connectors and traction bars("slapper" style)
Factory suspension with new shocks and 1 1/8" front and 3/4" rear sway bar
Wilwood front disc brakes 11.75" x .810" vented steel rotors and metallic composite pads

Pros: Engine should revpretty quickly(light piston/pin package with low drag rings)and make decent power with good reliabilty for a daily driver, with good mileage. Brakes are great, car stops like a beast and the disc/pad wear is acceptable for daily use with that type of breaking performance. Mufflers are quieter than Flows and sound great, still scream pretty aggressively at WOT with some rpm's. Powertrax locker freakin WORKS for straight line traction, what a beast

Cons: make sure of a good machine shop, this setup required the Scat rods to have the big ends cut narrower on a lathe to fit the ford crankpin and have rod side clearance, the bearings had to be cut narrower also. The March pulleys are nice, but somehow I keep having pulley misalignment problems, keep changing crank spacers and shimming the waterpump and alt to get the stupid belt to align!! I think that's from the Fluidampr though. Should have it running this week(cross fingers), so if there's any other cons I'll let you know after something breaks! Also the Powertrax makes you have to change driving habits, you'll get push on the throttle through curves, and it can get pissy depending on how you get on/off the clutch in slow tight radius turns(parking lots etc), it'll slap the driveline around and get jerky, also has a fair bit of driveline backlash(everything is a tradeoff though, ain't it?)
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Engine
347 Stroker Dart Iron Eagle 4 bolt mains
Scat Forged 4340 Crank
Scat Forged 4340 H-Beams
JE Pistons 8.5:1 Compression
Comp Cams XE282HR camshaft
Comp Valves/Guide Plates/Springs/Retainers/Lock/Pushrods
Speed Pro Plasma Moly Rings
ARP bolts
Professional Products Harmonic Balancer
Moroso 7qt Oil pan
Clevite Bearings
Melling HV Oil Pump
Fidanza Flywheel
EPW 1.6F Roller Rockers
Racing Head Service 200cc 64cc Heads
Cobra Valve Covers
BBK Underdrive Pulleys
New water pump
New power steering pump
Cometic Head Gaskets

Cooling
Northern 2 core Aluminum Radiator
Flex-a-lite Black Magic Extreme Fan

Intake
Edelbrock Performer 5.0 RPM II
Accufab 75mm Throttle Body Blank EGR
Lightning 90mm MAF
Siemens Deka 60# injectors
Stock Fuel rails w/ BBK FPR
Autometer FP guage
Walbro 255lph fuel pump

Tuning
Dyno Tuned
SCT burnt chip

Ignition
Crane Hi-6 Digital Ignition
Crane Coil
Stock Distrbutor
Accel Cap and Rotor
New Ignition Module
Taylor Plug Wires
Autolite 25 sparkplugs
93 Cobra G3 Alternator Conversion
93 Cobra High Torque Mini Starter
Optima Red Top Battery

Exhaust
Headman ShortyUnequal Headers 1 5/8” w/ 3” collectors
Flowmaster 3” American Thunder Exhaust System (dumped)
New O2 Sensors

Transmission/Driveline
Tremec TKO600
Steeda Tri Ax Handle
Mcleod SFI Bellhousing
SPEC stage3+
FRPP Aluminum Driveshaft
Driveshaft Safety Loop
Stock 8.8” Housing
3.55 Gears
Eaton Pro Posi Locker
Moser 31 Spline Axles 5 Lug
Moser C-Clip Eliminators
21 tooth speedo gear
BBK adjustable clutch cable and quadrant

Suspension
Maximum Motorsports Road and Track Box
MM Strut Tower Brace
MM 4-Point K-Member Brace
MM Full Length Subrame Connectors
MM Panhard Bar with Aluminum Rod
MM Heavy-duty Rear Lower Control Arms
H&R Race Springs
Bilstein front struts
Bilstein rear shocks
MM Caster/Camber Plate
MM Urethane Pinion Snubber
Front spring isolators
Rear spring isolators
Solid Steering Shaft
MM Aluminum Rack Bushings, center drilled
Front Swaybar bushings
Front Swaybar end link bushing kit
Front control arm bushings, urethane
SN95 Front Spindles
New Hubs
New Ball Joints
MM 6pt Bolt/Weld In Roll Cage w/ Swing out door bars


Exterior
Cervinis Heat Extractor Hood (coming soon)
Saleen Wing
Shorty Antenna

Wheels and Braking
2003 Cobra 17x9s Chrome
Nitto 555DR 275/40/17 Drag Radials on back
Nitto 555 Extreme 275/40/17 on front
2003 10th Anniversary Cobra Calipers Red on front
13” Proslot slotted rotors on front
New Stock drums and pads on back
93 Cobra Master Cylinder
SN95 Brake Booster
MM stainless steel brake lines

Interior
Florida 5.0 Custom 6 gauge cluster w/ autometer gauges
Autometer Pro Comp Vac/Boost gauge
Autometer Pro Comp Pyrometer
All Black interior minus the rear seat
Corbeau LG1 Wide Black Microsuede
ACC Black Carpet
New Black Door Panels w/ SVT logo
MOMO Jet Steering Wheel
MOMO F1 Shifter

Dynotuned @ 340RWHP 380 RWTQ, final dynotune 379RWHP 429RWTQ

PROS: Love the 347 no regrets at all 347 FTW

CONS: wish i would have built it into the Dart block first instead of the stock block, wish i didnt build a vert buy hey who can say they have a 10sec vert after the KB goes on, other cons NOTHING!
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Mods - 3.25" stroke and a bunch of other crap.

Don't ever buy a 3.25" stroke crank.
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