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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by mysteed, Jan 4, 2008.
not too mention the most expensive... i dunno if that's good or bad....
I seriously doubt it's the most expensive, unless other colors are right there with it. I have to say it's my favorite color. My GT was metallic red (not lazer.)
I have to say that I 'should' do something with my hood, I have a rub, but it does work.
some of his other pics, show this, some don't, car is still awesome.
OK so now I'm even more interested. What is going to limit you at 350 on the M112? I thought it would be capable of making considerably more but I'm not sure of the rest of your setup. Can you link to a mods list?
on the track shot of your car the cutout hood actually looks cool
prolly the most original hood Iv seen on 94-98
My internals are what is limiting me. Anything over 350rwhp is on borrowed time even with a good tune IMO. Next up will be a 4.3L stroker kit and other parts that will help stand the abuse of this DD.
My mods (motor only):
Super Six Motorsports M112 supercharger intake adaptor
Super Six Motorsports 99-04 Stage 2+ ported and polished heads
Super Six Motorsports 214/220 cam with 110 lobe
Super Six Motorsports 1.73 adjustable roller rockers
MAC cold air intake (from fenderwell to MAF)
BBK 03-04 Cobra cold air intake (from MAF to throttlebody)
03-04 Cobra 39lb injectors
Casper Electronics injector connectors
Lightning 90mm MAF
03-04 Cobra M112 supercharger
03-04 Cobra plenum
03-04 Cobra throttlebody
Dual Billettflow 90mm idler pullies
NGK TR6 sparkplugs with stock .35 gap
190lph fuel pump
03-04 Cobra TPS
MSD 8.5mm red spark plug wires
SCT X-CAL2 tuner with VMP Tuning tune
Yes this is what I was wondering and I would agree. I wouldn't have had the guts to push it that far on stock internals.
Sometimes my demented mind wonders what my setup would do if the vortech was traded for a M112. :mrgreen:
nice list nathan. i always wondered what had been done to your engine. driven it at all recently? i probably have months before i can drive mine again.
Yes and I've been trying to remember the difference btwn the Stage 2 and Stage 3. hmmm And of course I'm too lazy to go look.
Sorry about that, you could always move down here! Weather's pretty good! :mrgreen:
I drive it every chance I get, which is a lot when you're at college and people want rides everywhere. The difference between the Stage 2+ and the Stage 3 is I believe the Stage 3 flows a little bit better. My cam is undersized though, and is holding the power back some.
i am thinking about moving actually. my two choices were NM and ARI. been to both places and i loved the weather.
There are nice places to live in both states. There are only a few towns I wouldn't live in. Just depend on what you want to do and your occupation I would think.
whoah, what up Mysteed.
Not much Taylor. Hurry up and put a blower on that GT already.
I've been out all week - Nice to see you here.
I didn't know you had the SVT front on the GT. Looks nice.
You could be generous and give me your Vortech from your other mustang. 8)
The Vortech stays for a bit Taylor.
Just picked up a 94 v6 that's the next project car.
Interesting. You must have a lot of driveway space! Looks like it's already been someone's project. What hood is that? What are your plans?
must be packing some mad power under that hood :wink: haha. looks like my car from the back before i started modding it.
also, congrats on your moderator position
Well a 3 car garage helps when you have 3 stangs. Sadly, my mom gets one garage spot in the winter and the bike and toolboxes take up another space, so that leaves one spot during the winter for a stang. So sadly two stangs must stay outside.
The hood is the a "SVO hood". Those pics are from after it went through the demodding process. I have some before pics but they might make you cringe.
Plans for this one are to paint it Bright Atlantic Blue, full Saleen kit, and lots of little mods.
Yeah, mad power from a mostly stock car. It has full MAC exhaust (LT's, catted H pipe, and a catback), BBK CAI, and a B&M Hammer shifter. All in all it's in decent shape.
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