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Old 05-25-2009, 12:37 AM
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OKay i just bolted on some heads, cam and rockers all my mods are in my sig. including the A9P fox computer, anyways i know this is something noobs do but what is your best guess of 1/4 mile times and h/p thanks guys

Edit: the cam has a .480 lift, and a 220/226 duration, 115 Lobe seperation.

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You should make some decent numbers. I am assuming that you are manual. With that said, I would expect you to make around 290rwhp and 305rwtq. And if you can drive you should be able to hit a low 13 to high, high [email protected] with drag radials and a mid 13 on street tires with slightly lower trap speeds.
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You should make some decent numbers. I am assuming that you are manual. With that said, I would expect you to make around 290rwhp and 305rwtq. And if you can drive you should be able to hit a low 13 to high, high [email protected] with drag radials and a mid 13 on street tires with slightly lower trap speeds.
Yes I have a manual and i Ran a 13.9 before the heads, cam, rockers and a9p computer.
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Alright then. I'd say you should be able to go high 12's, maybe a 12.9 sound realistic. You should have a mean little street car when all is said and done.
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Alright then. I'd say you should be able to go high 12's, maybe a 12.9 sound realistic. You should have a mean little street car when all is said and done.
yeah right on, Im anticapating this can't wait
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Have you started it yet? Does the cam have a smaller base circle than the stock cam?
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Have you started it yet? Does the cam have a smaller base circle than the stock cam?
no, it doesnt.


and OP... wtf was the point in doing the fox ECM swap?
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[QUOTE=AdderMk2;6229815]no, it doesnt.


and OP... wtf was the point in doing the fox ECM swap?[/QUO to get rid of the sn95 tip retard and weaker spark curves. And the fox ecu is more forgiving to addons. Yes i know the sn95 computer is better just has bad tunes from ford so when i get a dyno tune i will put it back in. Plus doing the fox swap can give you up to a .3 reduction in et times.
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An H/C/I for our cars really do not benefit much from a tune. It's when you start going FI does a tune become mandatory. My idea, skip the dynotune and pick up a Tweecer. You can tune the car yourself and it becomes quite addicting. You can even download factory mustang tunes from other cars; say a 95 Cobra tune as an example. Plus many Tweecer users out there can send you their own personal tunes as a template for you(it's how I got my SC tune started). Again, this is just a suggestion, but I think it would be a better route for you to take in the long run.
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