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Location: Winston Salem, NC

« on: January 23, 2011, 10:42:30 pm »

Hello SBFtech! I don't think I have posted on these forums yet so heres an introduction and details on my ride.  Name is Chris, age 25, live in Winston Salem, NC, I am an ASE Master L1 Certified technician and I sling wrenches on european cars for a living.  I've had a few mustangs over the past few years, 01 GT, 02 GT, 03 Cobra, 89 GT, and now own a 93 coupe.  Since the coupe falls more into the category of what this site is about...here goes

01. Block

Displacement: Stock shortblock from a 95 cobra (over 200k on it)
02. Heads

Brand: World Products
Model: Windsor Jr's
Ported?: Yes - owner ported

03. Camshaft Brand: Ford Racing
Grind Number/Model: E-303  ISKY 1.65 rockers

04. Induction

Carbureted/EFI: EFI
Intake: Cobra upper and lower
Carb/Injector Size: 24lb, Pro-M maf, 70mm tb, bbk cai

05. Tuner: Self

06. Exhaust

Style: BBK equal length shorties
Diameter: 2.5"
Catted: no
"X" or "H": H pipe
Mufflers: Flowmaster 40 series (dumped)

07. Power Adder: N/A

08. Transmission

Manual/Auto: Manual
Model: 4 cylinder t5
Clutch:  Zoom

09. Gears

Style: 8.8"
Ratio: 3.73
Differential Style: Tightly Shimmed OEM piece

10. Rear Suspension Setup: Lakewood control arms, 4cyl springs, cheapest shocks I could locate

11. Front Suspension Setup : 4 cyl springs, no sway bar, lakewood 70/30

12. Tires: Nitto 275/60/15 DR's

Car's best pass

60': 1.749
1/8: 8.092
MPH: 84.93
1/4: 12.724
MPH: 106.14

Car is now torn apart, still trying to decide on which route to take on my motor.  I built the motor a couple of years ago on a TIGHT budget.  This year it's getting a REAL makeover.  More details once I decide.
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Location: Pensacola,FL

« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2012, 11:12:19 am »

Wonder how many passes were put on that 4cyl t5?

I want to run one of these to see how it'll last..........there's a few guys running insane numbers with these crap boxes

I got a $44 dollar junkyard one on the shop floor Hmmmmm

Rodney Tolleson/VP SBFTech van club
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