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Cool build, but the RPM kinda confused me.
My wifes 93' NA 2+2 auto went to 7,200rpms before shifting, factory.
Like JWT said, 8k is fine.
btw she traded the Z for the 01' Cobra swap car that we have. She wouldnt have done it had it not come with a new motor with 3yr warranty but the motor alone retails for about what the Z sells for and she wanted to get her 96' stang project completed.
Many more Z's in the pond and our eye will be looking out for a nice 2+2 to convert or has already been converted to a 2+2 TT.
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I think I may have mistyped it, I think the new redline was 7400 but is now 8k, I think the original stock rpm for the TT is 7k. Too bad you're in CA I know a few in the Mid Atlantic that are up for sale.
Ash Spec dual fuel pump module has arrived. While we won't be installing it right away it makes running two fuel pumps easier. We need to run two pumps to push over 21PSI. This will allow us to run the 28PSI that we originally planned. If we push it, I think we can get ~1000HP. Of course all of that is nearly useless for our purpose (unless we make it to the paxton mile) but the option to do it is always nice
Very nice, my cousin just sold his not too long ago. Tranny started giving him problems and its hard to find anyone to work on it because the tight engine bay... Heres his cardomain check it out, yes yes yes it has cobra rims but he bought them with it!
I think I've seen his on TT.net if hes on there. This is somewhere around a stage 5+. We have to replace the transmission and are looking to get a new 99 japanese 5 speed since they can handle the power a lot better. Trust me there is no room for anything anywhere on that car. It took us a while to get the intercoolers (around 300% the stock size) and the bumper back on but we did it yesterday.
My brother decided to go with a dual fuel pump set up and had the two best guys in the country come to DE to tune the car. The lower run at 559rwhp/507rwtq was on 93 octane at 19PSI. The higher run of 671rwhp/571rwtq was on C16 at almost 27PSI. Had Q16 been available, the car would have broken 700rwhp (others with a similar set up running Q16 did). Remember this is from a 3.0L v6.
There was a guy there running meth injection and a slightly larger turbo (Garret GT675RS vs the GT700) who made 746rwhp on 93 octane. So this is a possibility in the future. 93 octane + meth inject = much cheaper than running race fuel all the time.
There is a slight lip that was molded in to the rear decklid.
He would like to lower the car but is already worried about clearance.
As for the transmission, unfortunately there aren't really any options other than the stock 94 or the slightly stronger 99 JDM spec. Talking to a few guys, if you run them hard enough they all break so have a back up on hand. The guy that installed new fuel lines and dual pump set up had three in his shop (sitting next to what was left of a flywheel from his 7s muscle car) and said if we break it on the dyno he can have another one installed in a bout an hour and a half.
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