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Title: 1994 GT
Post by: David Claflin on November 15, 2014, 08:02:41 pm
01. Block:
CR: stock is 9.2

02. Heads
Brand: ford
Model: Stock E7
Ported?: No

03. Camshaft (If the camshaft is custom, NOT providing this information is understandable, and NOT expected)
Brand: ford
Grind Number/Model: stock 5.0 HO cam
Int./Exh. Duration @.050": 211/206
Int./Exh. Lift: 470/470 with 1.7 Cobra rockers
Lobe Separation Angle: 115

04. Induction
Carbureted/EFI: EFI
Intake: Exploder, ported upper, with 3" of runner removed, and the crossover opened up substantially.
Carb/Injector Size: 24llb
Throttle Body Size: 80MM Holley


05. Tuner: that Claflin guy

06. Exhaust
Style: MAC long tubes
Diameter: 1-5/8, 3" ball socket
Catted: N/A
"X" or "H": MAC Pro chamber, modified 3" inlet, 2 1/2" outlet
Mufflers: 2 1/2" ultraflo
2 1/2" dynomax tailpipes

07. Power Adder:

08. Transmission
Manual/Auto: man stick, soon to be broken I'm sure
Model: t5
Plate/Clutch: Spec Stage I
Converter Stall:

09. Gears
Style: stock T-loc
Ratio: 3.73
Differential Style: 8.8 31 SPLINE,

10. Rear Suspension Setup:stock, H&R race springs, bilstien shocks

11. Front Suspension Setup: H&R race springs, Bilstien struts, Maximum Motorsports caster/camber plates

12. Tires:275/40-17s front, 285/40-17 rear

13. Car Weight: 3400 no driver

Time Slip:
60ft:
300ft:
1/8th ET: 8.4
1/8th MPH: 76(?)
1/4 ET:
1/4 MPH:

Dyno Data:
FWHP:
FWTQ:
RWHP:252 @4900
RWTQ:300 @ 3900

Dynocom dyno for whatever difference that makes. The ET above was run with shorty headers and in 80 degree temps. Haven't ran it since we put the longtubes on it.


Title: Re: 1994 GT
Post by: David Claflin on November 15, 2014, 08:21:19 pm
Dyno sheet


Title: Re: 1994 GT
Post by: F3AR M3 on November 17, 2014, 09:23:12 pm
Ran a 8.4 at 76mph?


Title: Re: 1994 GT
Post by: David Claflin on November 20, 2014, 07:45:23 pm
Ran a 8.4 at 76mph?
Something like that, in
Ran a 8.4 at 76mph?
80 degree heat, had shorties on it then too.


Title: Re: 1994 GT
Post by: juiced coupe on November 20, 2014, 09:13:42 pm
I think he meant that the time and mph don't seem to go together.


Title: Re: 1994 GT
Post by: David Claflin on November 20, 2014, 09:25:04 pm
I think he meant that the time and mph don't seem to go together.
I know, I was thinking that too after I looked at it again. He said he didn't keep his slips, and I didn't enter anything into my spreadsheet for his car. The cobra ran a best of 8.7 @82 when mostly stock, and the 94GT was faster, so maybe it was more like 8.4@83 or 84.
He dug around and did find a couple slips, but the white ones had all the ink fade out, the yellow ones are still legible. I did find a 1.81 60ft, but then he ran an 8.9 so he must have missed a gear, but then he was racing Rod so the pressure might have gotten to him.... :orglaugh
In the 2 videos posted below he spun both times, so neither of those are his best.


Title: Re: 1994 GT
Post by: David Claflin on November 20, 2014, 09:42:56 pm
The 76 may have been in my noggin from when he had his V6 97 Mustang...
http://www.streetfire.net/video/vince-at-the-track-on-another-run_2398700.htm
http://www.streetfire.net/video/vince-at-the-track_2398664.htm