Should be able to hit 400 rwhp, unless it's an auto with an unlocked converter; then it'll probably be mid/low 300's.
The Kenne Bell really only allows for the stock type valve covers. That being said...I have Jesel shaft mount rockers on ,my AFR 220 heads with stock type valve covers.Does this system leave a decent amount of room for valve covers, such that one might use shaft mounted rockers? I'm pretty sure I'm going to buy one of these, wondering about my valvetrain options. I'm aware that I'll not need to spin the engine too many rpms, but I've got a nice set of shafts for the heads.
Has anyone who ordered one of these Kenne Bells received it yet?I still have not received mine.
He said he could not get me an extra discharge manifold. 5 more weeks apparently they are in production now.Has anyone who ordered one of these Kenne Bells received it yet?
I have a NIB polished 2200 Flowzilla for an 85-93 that I had for sale for much less than these are being sold for, but there wasn’t much interest. I had plans to go AFR165 n/a on my 95 Cobra, but since the KB & AFR185’s didn’t sell, I am now planning on running 6-7 psi on the Cobra, but I need a 94-95 snout, bracket and coil mount to do this.
Does anyone know if TPS Motorsports will be selling KB parts?
TPS won’t be making anything for the 94-95, but Mike was very quick to reply.He said he could not get me an extra discharge manifold. 5 more weeks apparently they are in production now.
I'd give kenne bell a call and see if they can help with your parts. If not politely ask for their blueprints of the parts you need. Than bring them to a couple good machinists in your area and ask them how much to make.