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post #1 of 10 Old 11-24-2007, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
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how much power will it make?

1994 mustang 393w twin turbos (t4 60-1Hifi a/r .60 cold , a/r .68 hot ) steel crank, football rods arp bolts,forged speed pro pistons, 9.1compression,custom hyd roller cam motion turbo cam,1.6 roller rockers,super victor intake, cometic gaskets, pro topline heads 200cc 2.02 1.60 valves, proform 750 carb not sure on carb hat yet. c4trany, 3500 stall ,373 gears Let me know what you think? Chris

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a little, alot, there are too many variables. pumpgas? racegas? intercooled? planned boost level?


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pumpgas,16psi , no intercooler chris
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I would like to have 800fwhp. I would like to run low 10s in the 1/4 mile Thanks Chris
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I'm not sure I'd risk running 16psi on a 9:1 setup without either intercooling or running meth injection. 8 psi, sure...12 would be pushing it. 16 however is asking for trouble, especially with head gasket's that won't blow out with detonation.

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If set-up right it'll make more than enough to break them rods...


800rwp is alot to ask of the "stock football" rod. If your goign thru a c4 thats ruffly 840-50ish at the flywheel.

Though I've seen it done on a stock bottom end 351 without even bolt upgrade. Car was 2800lbs and ran 8.8's all day long...

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I was looking 800fwh. would 10psi get me there? Thanks Chris
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I was looking 800fwh. would 10psi get me there? Thanks Chris
It would probably be close.
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Iam going with a intercooler, dont want to hurt engine. Chris
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Or if you are tracking the car you may be able to get away with race gas (110 or C16) and run that boost level; just a thought.

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