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OK every one has there opinion on how to build a good modular motor here is mine, first of all I start with the Lincoln Or Cobra block, and steel crank, I have the whole reciprocating assembly balanced if you are using a stud girdle it comes with good fasteners, if not use ARP main studs. I sent the 1999 tumble port heads to Fox Lake, they are fully massaged and the flow over 300 CFM they have stainless valves and titanium keepers upgraded valve springs. I use these heads because they don't require IMRCS, I sent the lower intake to extrude hone. I had Ron install 1998 Cobra Mustang exhaust cams, and 2001 Lincoln Navigator cams, this set up gives more torque down low where I want it, I will use 50 pound injectors a twin 255 Walbro fuel pump with # 6 and # 8 lines and I will be using the stock gas tank, this motor will idle at 800 RPM, smooth as glass and still get relatively decent gas mileage and melt the tires, and should push the car to 10's on 93 octane.

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Use ARP head studs I use only CP pistons now this is my new motor and is set up for 9 to 1 compression ratio. I will be running about 15 pounds boost.

http://web.iwebcenters.com/reinhartautomotive/images/Mvc-131s.jpg







 

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The Ubiquitous Jimmy V.
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Looks great Dennis, Is that for the Linclon??

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Dennis, very nice job! That engine is almost exactly what I have with only minor differences. I am running stock 99 Cobra cams and have a modified short runner intake. I plan on running 25psi and race gas though. Everything else is identical :shootbird

Chad
 
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