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Old 12-30-2011, 02:33 PM
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If you have any questions on piecing together your kit pm me. Looks like a used head unit....if you need part numbers or advice on a rebuild before you install let me know. Definately get the 90mm lightning maf and green top 42's it will be much easier to tune in because the tuner can just load a base tune from a ford lighting and go from there. I would also recommend getting the ford gt40 supercar fuel pump, drilling the basket a bunch, deleting you pprv valve. Good luck man! You'll love it!


Originally Posted by boduke0220 View Post
Well its about that time! my first little build thread i did some supporting mods for what is about to come in the Next few months. Heres what i got today

Vortech V2, Bracket, and 3.6 pulley
Discharge Pipe, stock bosch BOV
Oil Feed and drain and all hardware to install.
It came with 30lb injectors but im looking for 400-430rwhp so i doubt they would hold up.


Still Need

-42lb injectors
- MAFia extender
-Focus Pump
-Spark plugs, belt, maybe a different BOV?
- Wideband and boost gauges/


Im going to get some Cams ( MHS stage 1) or and edelbrock intake or a FMIC, cant decide yet. Im leaning towards the Intake because Justin had some pretty good results with it. But yea heres my little diary, i made this so i could kind of "check off" stuff as i bought it. Im probably going to fall off the face of the earth for a while because of some training coming up but i should have all this wrapped up by march or april at the latest.
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Old 12-30-2011, 02:46 PM
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Yes your car is returnless style. The 340lph pumps will need a little modification but not much from what I've been finding out. For the price of a 340lph pump and the cost of a SVT Focus pump you'd be silly not to do the 340lph.

If you really want to save a few dollars you can find 255lph pumps over on Corral in the $100 range but for the power level you're looking to go I wouldn't bother. I'd personally look into the slot style MAF.
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Old 12-30-2011, 03:51 PM
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op, i think this is the pump wannabe is talking about:
http://forums.corral.net/forums/fuel...fuel-pump.html
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Old 12-30-2011, 04:46 PM
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He would have to convert to a return style system which is completely pointless and too much work for a goal 400-430rwhp. The gt40 supercar fuel pump outflows the svt focus pump and its a direct drop in and you can always put a boost a pump on it. You just have to cut the connector and put on some spade connectors and your done. It provides enough fuel for way more hp than he is looking for. My fuel pump duty cycle isn't anywhere near max and my a/f ratio is in the high 10's low 11's at 12psi at 5900-6000rpms. We had to richen the tune up a lot to keep the power down.


Originally Posted by WannaBeGearHead View Post
Yes your car is returnless style. The 340lph pumps will need a little modification but not much from what I've been finding out. For the price of a 340lph pump and the cost of a SVT Focus pump you'd be silly not to do the 340lph.

If you really want to save a few dollars you can find 255lph pumps over on Corral in the $100 range but for the power level you're looking to go I wouldn't bother. I'd personally look into the slot style MAF.

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Old 12-30-2011, 05:38 PM
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Originally Posted by boduke0220 View Post
OORAHHH or HOHAAHH idk what you guys say lol thanks for your service too bro!
lol Thanks!! HOOAH
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Old 12-30-2011, 06:02 PM
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Jealous, how about you ship your car out to me while you're deployed. I promise to take good car of it!
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Old 12-30-2011, 07:28 PM
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Ordered

Divisionx 340lph Fuel pump ( direct replacement)
LC-1 wideband
Autometer cobalt Boost gauge
A pillar Gauge pod.
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Old 12-30-2011, 08:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Bpohlman13 View Post
Looks like youre going to have quite a fast car! I vote FMIC!!!!
Agreed, going with the supporting mods for the vortech would definitely not be a bad idea.
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Old 12-30-2011, 08:23 PM
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Originally Posted by boduke0220 View Post
Well its about that time! my first little build thread i did some supporting mods for what is about to come in the Next few months. Heres what i got today

Vortech V2, Bracket, and 3.6 pulley
Discharge Pipe, stock bosch BOV
Oil Feed and drain and all hardware to install.
It came with 30lb injectors but im looking for 400-430rwhp so i doubt they would hold up.


Still Need

-42lb injectors
- MAFia extender
-Focus Pump
-Spark plugs, belt, maybe a different BOV?
- Wideband and boost gauges/


Im going to get some Cams ( MHS stage 1) or and edelbrock intake or a FMIC, cant decide yet. Im leaning towards the Intake because Justin had some pretty good results with it. But yea heres my little diary, i made this so i could kind of "check off" stuff as i bought it. Im probably going to fall off the face of the earth for a while because of some training coming up but i should have all this wrapped up by march or april at the latest.
What mods do you have now to run 8 20s? Man i hope my car runs that good when i take it to the track. Awesome job.
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Old 12-30-2011, 11:50 PM
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I was thinking yadkin which is a road right outside ft bragg in fayeteville, nc...ya i was army at bragg for 4 years
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