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Old 08-15-2013, 11:58 AM   #1
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I have finally blown a head gasket in my 2003 mustang GT after 217,000 wonderful miles. She's been really good to me, but the TX heat finally got to her. I have a a** load of bolt on's, and I was just about to rebuild the rear to handle 600HP, but that's been changed to a crate motor for now. I have a six speed cobra trans in already. I'm wondering if i should buy a cobra crate long block, which I will have to purchase an intake for. Does anyone on here have a Eaton set up willing to sell? If not can anyone point me to a parts list so I can accumulate the parts needed to do the Eaton supercharger add on. I'm also open to any other suggestions or routes to go. Feel free to comment. At this time the engine is all stock, most of my bolt ons were for suspension and the such except the trans. The syncros were going out on my factory 5 speed, so I went back with the 6 speed. You can see how i'm going about this. When i'm done she'll be a gem again. Thanks for your time and input.
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Old 08-15-2013, 01:37 PM   #2
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Most important question = What is the budget?
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Old 08-16-2013, 08:50 AM   #3
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Well, I'm getting a great deal on a long block. This will be an extended build. Being that I'm a baller on a budget, aren't we all, so roughly for the intake and or power adder $2500, just to get it running on the street. Like I said, I'm open to suggestions. I would really like to go turbo, just for the kick of having a more efficient power source. Any and all info is appreciated, and I am most flexible on the budget. This will be an everyday or streetable driver. I'm not really much of a track guy.
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Most important question = What is the budget?
I agree, your not going turbo with $2500 unless u do a cheap *** on3 kit, between the turbo, piping, intercooler, tunning, fuel setup, the $$$$ just keep pilling up. You can find a stock used eaton for dirt cheap.
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Default its mislabeled as a whipple but it is Stieggy a ported Eaten.
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