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    Matt, this is an excellent staging device and it...

    Matt, this is an excellent staging device and it takes a lot of the abuse the engine and drive train are typically subjected to during staging and eliminates it. The two guys who invented the box...
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    I worked a deal with Gibtec a umber of years ago...

    I worked a deal with Gibtec a umber of years ago to build custom billet pistons with tool steel pins, and TotalSeal rings, your choice of pin locks (spirolox or OEM style c-clip) for $1200 in round...
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    Welcome aboard flyingmanx. If you have a...

    Welcome aboard flyingmanx.

    If you have a first game we will use it, otherwise we willl use your screen name.


    Ed
  4. Resto, Check out your other post. I left some...

    Resto,

    Check out your other post. I left some suggestions for you over there.


    Ed
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    If you have fuel rail anchors on the intake...

    If you have fuel rail anchors on the intake manifold that look like the 03/04 Cobra anchor positions/locations you might be able to use the 03/04 Cobra fuel rails from someone like Fore Innovations ...
  6. Matt, It looks like the stud hole was drilled...

    Matt,

    It looks like the stud hole was drilled and tapped a little too deep into the snout. Here is what the snout looks like with the proper depth hole, the stud in place and bottomed out;
    ...
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    You are right about the representation that your...

    You are right about the representation that your post is 11 years old Russell. That was a miscue on my part. Kevin stated it accurately in post # 22 when he correctly identified your post as having...
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    You do realize your post to this thread is more...

    You do realize your post to this thread is more than 11 years older than the last posting in the thread?

    Even if the OP still had the car (very doubtful) he hasn't been on the site in years.

    ...
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    I believe John has actually measured that power...

    I believe John has actually measured that power difference that he speaks to in Tony's post. Something to keep in mind when you look at this problem, John's engines frequently operate in rpm ranges...
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    All good choices. Think about 7+1 quarts in the...

    All good choices. Think about 7+1 quarts in the pan, plus 1 quart for the filter and about half a quart for the lines. It is always an interesting experiment to take the pan when it is off the car...
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    Nick, As you know I am a big fan of DIY when...

    Nick,

    As you know I am a big fan of DIY when it comes to engine builds just because of all the detail that needs to be attended to, If you don't have the time, tools or inclination then pick the...
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    I am not surprised, Matt. Most throttle body...

    I am not surprised, Matt. Most throttle body manufacturers are in the business of selling new product. They typically do not offer maintenance programs for used equipment.

    Pick a size that you...
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    Although you didn't identify the manufacturer, I...

    Although you didn't identify the manufacturer, I aspect it might be Accufab. Try giving them a call and asking about a rebuild kit. If they don't have one then it is new throttle body time for sure....
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    That throttle body has probably lived out its...

    That throttle body has probably lived out its reasonable life, Matt. I would not be surprised to find a rebuild kit available for it but why not (other than cost) go for a more modern 105mm...
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    Tony's thoughts are spot on Nick. If you were...

    Tony's thoughts are spot on Nick. If you were monitoring oil pressure it might be worth a look back to see if you can find any suspicious events.

    In addition to the monitoring you might want to...
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    You might be able to get away with just a polish...

    You might be able to get away with just a polish depending on the final journal size after polishing.


    Ed
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    Air in the oil is either from foaming (typically...

    Air in the oil is either from foaming (typically caused by overfill) or uncovering the oil pickup, Nick.

    In the OH BTW category, I ran into a shop at PRI two years ago that is in Denver and does...
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    You are starving the bearings for oil, Nick. ...

    You are starving the bearings for oil, Nick.

    Usually this comes from a low oil level in the crankcase, a high volume pump in a low volume pan, a high pressure pump in a low volume pan, extended...
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    Use a Mach I or 03/04 SVT Cobra engine harness...

    Use a Mach I or 03/04 SVT Cobra engine harness depending on whether or not you're using a supercharged engine. Get one of the MS3Pro PnP system that plugs right into your chosen wiring harness, use...
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    If you use the TFS two piece crank gear you need...

    If you use the TFS two piece crank gear you need to machine the crank for a full length square key. The OEM woodruff key is inadequate. The key has unsupported "wings" that turn out to be...
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    I think you have a very good argument for the...

    I think you have a very good argument for the return, Tony. Their literature shows a billet steel part you received a powdered metal part. The reason you selected the Cloyes part was because they...
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    This phenomena above and in the two posts below...

    This phenomena above and in the two posts below will repeat itself until someone in the aftermarket sees the business opportunity. Ford has strong armed a lot of the larger aftermarket firms to...
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    The Diamond Like Carbon (DLC) coatings are very...

    The Diamond Like Carbon (DLC) coatings are very attractive in sustained high temperature / high load environments, Brandon. It does not hurt in other environments but there is little benefit over...
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    Actually a couple of the other nice "benefits"...

    Actually a couple of the other nice "benefits" that accrue to those using the SBC journal diameter is the easy over the counter access to the trick higher tech race bearings, Brandon. Another nice...
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    The Saleen package used a 5 liter version of the...

    The Saleen package used a 5 liter version of the Modmotor. Ford has had several ways to achieve what they call a 5 liter Modmotor. One of the earliest was the FR500C road race Mustang engines. ...
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    Good to hear things worked out well for you. ...

    Good to hear things worked out well for you.


    Ed
  27. If you have a one time use you will have more...

    If you have a one time use you will have more use. This will not be your last rodeo. More significantly this is only one of many specialized tools and components you will need to properly complete...
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    Lots of people use two steps, Matt. I tend to...

    Lots of people use two steps, Matt. I tend to dislike them because of the abuse they put on the valve train. With the stacatto on/off/on engine behavior that two steps impart to the engine you beat...
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    You can put almost any cap anywhere if it...

    You can put almost any cap anywhere if it dimensionally fits the cap saddle in the block and you align bore / align hone the finished assembly.


    Ed
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    Not really, Rob. These will work in Teksid or...

    Not really, Rob.

    These will work in Teksid or Aluminator blocks. I personally prefer the Aluminator blocks but the Teksid has been a long standing go to block for the high power applications. ...
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    James does very nice work. As is so typical of...

    James does very nice work. As is so typical of his product offerings these are like jewelry. It is a shame they are hidden inside where they become invisible.

    These are great upgrades for Teksid...
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    blklighting1, Unless you are a experienced CE...

    blklighting1,

    Unless you are a experienced CE for automotive or personal electronics and familiar with the particular Intel CPU architecture, I would recommend not attempting the removal or...
  33. While Jan's (Cobraracer46) assessment of the...

    While Jan's (Cobraracer46) assessment of the tuning community has more than a bit of a negative tinge to it, the point he is try ing to make is none the less a valid one.

    In any field of endeavor...
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    I think you will find 18 to 20 psi of boost will...

    I think you will find 18 to 20 psi of boost will be a mind expanding experience, Matt. A you already know, the power that is lost to belt driven blowers in that boost range goes directly to the...
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    Sometimes a less sophisticated manual approach...

    Sometimes a less sophisticated manual approach like Kevin is suggesting not only works better but is easier to work with.


    Ed
  36. You can force open loop in the tune which might...

    You can force open loop in the tune which might be what your tuner did. Other than disconnecting the sensor I think the switch to force open loop is the only way to ignore fuel trims.

    Ignoring...
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    More boost ... Ed

    More boost ...


    Ed
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    Originally you were describing the phenomena as;...

    Originally you were describing the phenomena as;




    Later in Post #30 you describe it as,
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    I suspect the data log will not show the engine...

    I suspect the data log will not show the engine loosing rpm. More likely it will show the engine laboring around launch rpm for a second or so and then ramping up the rpm scale as the car moves down...
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    A good portion of your problem is likely ECU...

    A good portion of your problem is likely ECU related. The OEM ECU was not designed to properly launch the car with turbos at the track. It was designed to meet EPA mandated emissions. When you...
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