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  1. MMR billet reluctor wheel - question about proper installation

    Does anybody know which way this billet reluctor wheel is supposed to face? Iím at a loss trying to find anything on MMRís site.

    171639

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    Thanks in advance for any help!

    Doc
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    Ha! That's hardly worth it is it. LOL

    Ha! That's hardly worth it is it. LOL
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    Scrap value of heads and blocks?

    Hey folks - I've decided to try to resurrect my 2001 Roush project but I need to clear out some junk to make room to work. I've got a several sets of aluminum heads and a couple of iron blocks...
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    Re: Clearance questions on 99-04 GT Kit

    Thanks James. I'll just check the clearances when I have all the pieces in hand.


    Doc
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    Re: choice on longtubes

    Well I can say 2 thumbs down on Mac LTs - they fit good, no leaks BUT - you can't drop the tranny out without removing them so it make clutch and trans fixes a PITA.
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    Re: Clearance questions on 99-04 GT Kit

    Good idea but the block is at VT right now and I havn't purchased the SC kit yet. :weep:
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    Clearance questions on 99-04 GT Kit

    Hey guys. My long-block is getting closer to completion and I have a question about clearance on the lower intake for the 99-04 GT kit. My long-block is a VT built Darton wet-sleeved Teksid block....
  8. Read First! Re: **Scott's Worlds Fastest N/A Modular Engine Thread**

    What clutch is it?
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    Re: When did 11 sec timeslips become slow?

    It's probably the yellow paint slowing you down! :rofl:

    j/k -- thought I was doing good to get into the 11s in street trim. I guess I have to be happy with that.... there's some fast cars out...
  10. Read First! Re: **Scott's Worlds Fastest N/A Modular Engine Thread**

    Come on down to Fort Mill, SC. It got into the 70's today. :dancing:
  11. Thread: Pistons

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    Re: Pistons

    I don't think they are the same. I found one of the bolts from my teksid block and compared it to the Romeo iron block side bolts (new) that I have.

    They are pictured below. The Romeo bolt is...
  12. Thread: Pistons

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    Re: Pistons

    I'll dig them out this evening. I ordered them for late model romeo blocks. Not sure if the are different. Should be able to tell you this PM.
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    Re: 2.8H upgrades

    Thanks for the prompt reply.

    The vehicle modifications I can handle. I remember reading on the KB site that the 2.6 2v kit is based on the 03/04 Cobra unit and that got me to thinking that the...
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    2.8H upgrades

    Hey guys!

    Is it possible to upgrade the 99-04 GT 2.6 competition tuner kit to a 2.8H?

    I know MPH has done at least 1 custom 2.8 on a 2v motor but I am wondering if the 2.8 can be special...
  15. Thread: Bad seed

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    Re: Bad seed

    I say it shows guts. I blame his parents. He was trying to get back to his grandparents where he used to live.
  16. Thread: Pistons

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    Re: Pistons

    I've got I few.... (3 new sets actually) But I don't know if they are compatible with the teksid blocks.
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    Re: Used 3V Heads

    That actually brings up a good question. How feasible is it to swap out 2v heads for 3v. Someone post earlier about locking in the variable cam timing to use with a 99-04 computer. Sorry to...
  18. Thread: Burning oil

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    Re: Burning oil

    Man if you can handle taking the crank out... you can do the heads. I'm assuming the engine is out of the car. Yes?
  19. Thread: Burning oil

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    Re: Burning oil

    I don't know of a way to compress the pistons to install them through the bottom. I don't think it can be done that way at all.
  20. Thread: Burning oil

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    Re: Burning oil

    I'm not sure what you're up to. It sounds to me like your taking the crank out without removing the heads. ???

    The crank is usually the last part to come out the way I do it. Perhaps you are...
  21. Thread: Burning oil

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    Re: Burning oil

    If you're burning oil you probably need new rings. Since you have it apart to replace the crank it's a good time to replace the rings too. I'd recommend a good set of forged pistons too.
  22. Thread: teksid block

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    Re: teksid block

    That's what she said!! LOL



    I couldn't resist that for you Office fans!!

    :drugs:
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    Re: 03-04 cobra roller on autotrader

    Same unibody as far as I know. If I were to make a drag car out of it - I'd swap out the IRS for a solid axle anyway - it's lighter.
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    Re: 03-04 cobra roller on autotrader

    True that. However, from the point that the second poster made- making a race car out of it would not matter if it had a Cobra VIN or a V6 VIN.

    :blink:
  25. Thread: teksid block

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    Re: teksid block

    Good point. I fixed it. :blink: I hadn't had enough coffee at that point this morning!!

    BTW - thanks for the weight on the iron blocks!!!
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    Re: 03-04 cobra roller on autotrader

    Well it appears to me that there is nothing left that is "Cobra" anymore. It might as well be a V6 roller.
  27. Thread: teksid block

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    Re: teksid block

    Summary if weights noted from this thread:

    Teksid castings: 85 pounds
    WAP Aluminum: 80 pounds
    Nodular Iron: = ?

    Anybody got the number on the iron block?
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    Re: Teksid block bellhousing patter?

    I think it boiled down to the didn't know there was a difference. I know I didn't. I do know though!!! :beerchug:


    Thanks for all yall's input!!

    :drugs:
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    Re: Teksid block bellhousing patter?

    Loaded it up and hauled it back this morning on the way to the clinic and returned it... no hassles at all!

    They know exactly what I want now and are pulling a 96 mark VIII motor out and I can...
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    Re: Teksid block bellhousing patter?

    I didn't even know they put a 32v engine in the Non- Mark VIII cars. I am going to be hot headed if this guy doesn't make it right. He must not have known either.
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    Re: Teksid block bellhousing patter?

    Yeah. Figures as much. Of course I'll be expecting a refund. :blink:

    If not.... :bang:


    ... I'll be pitching a fit!
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    Re: Teksid block bellhousing patter?

    Yeah, I've been researching the part numbers.... It's starting to look like a FWD not a Mark VIII engine as I was told.

    Here's more pics.

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    Re: Teksid block bellhousing patter?

    Here's pics of the castings:

    Block:

    http://www.tcah.com/images/postings/blockcasting.jpg

    Right Side Head:

    http://www.tcah.com/images/postings/rightheadcasting.jpg
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    Re: Teksid block bellhousing patter?

    Just got the engine - junk yard said it was from a 1997 Mark VIII. I'll get the casting off the block... perhaps somebody can look it up.
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    Teksid block bellhousing patter?

    I am in the process of tearing down an engine from a 1997 Mark VIII that I bought for the Teksid block. The first thing I have noticed that I have not seen mention of anywhere is that the...
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    Re: Would you use these pistons in your engine?

    Ha, if memory serves me right - it was a close match!!! :drugs:
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    Re: Would you use these pistons in your engine?

    Was I in my dually or my red Roush mustang?
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    Re: Would you use these pistons in your engine?

    Hey Torrey - what do you have... I must have missed that post! :drugs:
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    Re: Would you use these pistons in your engine?

    Joel, shouldn't you be over at SVT.com? Or is it stereo-head.com now. :blink:
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    Re: ARP header studs for modular motor?

    Several of our supporting vendor carry them. I was just on VTs site and saw them there. I am going to upgrade my ARP Hex studs to 12pt.

    ON EDIT:

    I missread that - you are looking for header...
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