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The race weight is 3222lbs and traps 119 in the 1/8. I dont have any dyno numbers.

Installed a new custom harness that allows me to use the stock holley main harness and run smart coils.
https://flic.kr/p/2cVTu2m
 

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Here was a 9.59 pass from last year.
I removed the 10-point cage from the car and will soon be dropping it off to have a 25.5 chromoly cage installed.
When I remove the MS 10-point and replaced my rear stock dual caliper brakes the car weighed 2742lbs. Did weigh
2998lbs before.
 

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Absolutely badass!
Sounds pissed off just idling lol. I would love to see some more close ups of the Holley digital dash fit and finish if you don't mind? It looks fantastic from what I can see!
Nice job! Your car has come a LONG WAY from when I first remember you starting with it on here!

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Absolutely badass!
Sounds pissed off just idling lol. I would love to see some more close ups of the Holley digital dash fit and finish if you don't mind? It looks fantastic from what I can see!
Nice job! Your car has come a LONG WAY from when I first remember you starting with it on here!

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Thanks. I make the mount to fit the 12.3, 7 and 6.86 holley dash in the 87-04 mustangs. View attachment 171579
 

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Your car is badass man,i seen you on youtube a couple of times.It definitely gives me some goals to shoot for.What turbo kit are you running,and can you give me any advice for a '99 GT running the stock ECU? Im thinking about going with an On 3 single turbo kit and changing the wastegate,and possibly the turbo in the future.I hear alot of good things about it when certain parts of the kit are changed out and it still comes out reasonably priced.
 

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That's awesome that you make them! Unfortunately the attachment won't open.
 

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I just wet myself...:what:

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Seems they make it difficult to just post pictures here now. The break down is in the description. This was my best pass so far.
I was running 24.5psi.
 

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Thanks, apologies I wasn't paying attention to your signature block.
You posted the numbers right down there for everyone to see.

Nice job, well done!


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It would be interesting to see what ET's it would run with the traction control on.

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Holley just released its' newest software update. It has a feature for shifting in it now. So, you can pull timing out on the shifts to control the tire spin. I do have the Holley making the shifts also. I did setup an advance table I was trying to use on the shifts, but I likely didnt have it setup right. Each time I recently went to the track the car was getting quicker and faster. I have been slowly increasing the boost. I have tried a few time launching with 12psi and then run 27psi, but it spun badly. I'm still basicly figuring it out on my own and doing lots of reading. I did max out the holley 12-1800 fuel pump. I added a 2nd one and installed a 10 gallon fuel cell in the truck. I have the Holley turning the 2nd pump on once boost hit 18psi.
 

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Replaced my switch panel and toggle switches for some Billet Automotive buttons. I added a button to trigger my data logger and one for reverse.
 
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