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Old 03-30-2008, 09:22 PM   #1
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IMRC deletes for 96-98 cobra engines

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have a quick question for you guys, basically I am going to be pulling the 4.6L DOHC out from a 93 Mark 8 and rebuilding it with a forged 96 cobra crank, h beam rods and forged pistons and a 96-98 cobra intake, I would like to delete the IMRC butterflys as i would like to add a pair of T3 turbos to this engine, are the IMRC delete plates I used to see for sale still being made by anyone and how much do they go for? will deleting the IMRC flag a trouble code or do they use a dummy plug or something to fool the computer? I am not sure if the intake Im getting will have the factory cobra IMRC plates or not and I guess from that I have read the Mark 8's IMRC plates arent compatable with the cobra intake for some reason?, one last thing does anyone sell a dual fuel injector rail set up for this type of application? I imagine I would have to get someone to weld in extra injector bungs on the secondary runners

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Old 03-31-2008, 11:16 AM   #2
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Hi have a quick question for you guys, basically I am going to be pulling the 4.6L DOHC out from a 93 Mark 8 and rebuilding it with a forged 96 cobra crank, h beam rods and forged pistons and a 96-98 cobra intake, I would like to delete the IMRC butterflys as i would like to add a pair of T3 turbos to this engine, are the IMRC delete plates I used to see for sale still being made by anyone and how much do they go for? will deleting the IMRC flag a trouble code or do they use a dummy plug or something to fool the computer? I am not sure if the intake Im getting will have the factory cobra IMRC plates or not and I guess from that I have read the Mark 8's IMRC plates arent compatable with the cobra intake for some reason?, one last thing does anyone sell a dual fuel injector rail set up for this type of application? I imagine I would have to get someone to weld in extra injector bungs on the secondary runners
any help would be great thanks Ron
Mark 8 plates are not the same

You will need a tune to shut off the light

Nobody sells a dual injector fuel rail for the stock intake

You can get epoxy deletes for around $75, I sell welded deletes for $100 with core.
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Mark 8 plates are not the same

You will need a tune to shut off the light

Nobody sells a dual injector fuel rail for the stock intake

You can get epoxy deletes for around $75, I sell welded deletes for $100 with core.
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how much would you sell your welded deletes without a core, Im assuming you wont want my mark 8 IMRC plates in the first place as a core as they are diffrent than the cobra style I need?

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Just to clarify on the mark motor IMRCs-The mark intake has two runners per cyl unlike the cobra so the IMRCs match up to that funny intake. It is too bad in a way because the mark one is metal and the default position is open.
If you delete the IMRCS on a cobra intake but leave the box plugged in and just remove the cables, wouldn't that stop a CEL? I guess you will need a tune anyway so may as well delete the function. Also, there will be different spark tables associated with the opening of the IMRCs in a cobra computer. If you have a GT, this does not apply.
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