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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt K View Post
    Guess I just need a different crank
    No, he made 400rwhp+ before that.

    Since you insist....

    Cam might need some help.
    Intercooler might not be up to snuff.
    Alcohol injection needs work.
    More boost.
    Tuning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt K View Post
    Hmm, what am I missing besides nitrous? ....stuck at 367 rwhp.
    I don't think you need to do anything...your SC is already too fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt K View Post
    Guess I just need a different crank
    I thought most of the SC crowd, feared the 4.2 crank..........

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    Just got a chance to digest all of that, sound like DD had some free time this weekend holy info overload. But all very informative. It put some perspective on what i see my results have been with present and past set up.

    I miss the torque monster I had it was a fun street car and although it was gutless after 5k rpms you were already moving quite well without goint near that rpm. I know the M112 vs MPX thing has been proven to be about the same on 93 octane. But I just know that after icing down a car or shooting little nitrous, we see improvements that surprise us all. We see that in Kevin Ls car. I wanted to do a Air to water IC but the costs involved are not for me right now. It would be nice but I have to compromise and tell my self what the purpose of the car will ultimately be. And if its a reliable street car then air to air IC is where it is at. So thats why I need something that will chill things down above conventional while also providing me with AC and to not block every piece of realestate in front of my radiator.

    I must say things seem easier when you alredy walked a path and know where your roadblocks are and avoiding them.

    Regardles that IC is sitting now in my basement it came in on Saturday so late winter next spring Ill get working on the tubes. I hope it allows me to "cheat" like David puts it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XR7 Dave View Post
    No, he made 400rwhp+ before that.

    Since you insist....

    Cam might need some help.
    Intercooler might not be up to snuff.
    Alcohol injection needs work.
    More boost.
    Tuning.
    I think part of my problem on getting to 400 rwhp is the converter, but I don't really call that a problem except for not being able to hook. Sure I'd like to see 400 rwhp at the dyno, but my car has always performed better at the track than most cars with similar dyno numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roadhawg View Post
    I thought most of the SC crowd, feared the 4.2 crank..........
    If money allowed,I would embrace it like a nice pair of double D's on a hot chick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XR7 Dave View Post
    No, he made 400rwhp+ before that.

    Since you insist....

    Cam might need some help.
    Intercooler might not be up to snuff.
    Alcohol injection needs work.
    More boost.
    Tuning.
    I always add onto my list that "I need some help"
    They don't call me "SLOWPOKE" for nothin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by XR7 Dave View Post
    To help put just a little more perspective on this, I remember Pete running his Paxton supercharged 4.2L split port 11.80's with about 400rwhp. I don't know how much boost he was making at the time, but Todd just ran 11.80's with only 340rwhp on his SC powered Mustang.

    While the intake manifold is a factor, I don't believe it is as big a factor as one might first think.
    I ran a 11.61 at the shootout.
    Two weeks ago I was at the local 1/8 and ran a 7.29@93.3mph, that close to a 11.35 1/4. That is through a set of home ported stock valve heads and a double IC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roadhawg View Post
    I ran a 11.61 at the shootout.
    Two weeks ago I was at the local 1/8 and ran a 7.29@93.3mph, that close to a 11.35 1/4. That is through a set of home ported stock valve heads and a double IC.
    What is. Your motor specs and what sc u running
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    Quote Originally Posted by rapper33142 View Post
    What is. Your motor specs and what sc u running
    MUSTANG body is the most bang for the buck Mod he has
    1994 Supercoupe 5spd Custom, first to buy a 2.1L Big Bore Kenne Bell Twin Screw for an SC
    Old numbers on 1.7l AR SC: 415WHP off the bottle-12.2535 @112.18 off the bottle. Best TQ to date 516ft/lbs, New numbers 480whp on dream crusher.
    1990 35th 5spd 2011 Carlisle 1st place class winner. 12.9@108MPH 1.9
    2013 GT/CS 5.0L FRPP 2.3l Whipplecharged family weekend car
    2005 SAAB 9-3 Aero 2.0L TURBO Work Mule

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapper33142 View Post
    What is. Your motor specs and what sc u running
    He is running an SC motor in a Mustang. He has a strong weight advantage besides the fact he has set up everything well. He can probably tell you his engine specs but if you dropped his motor into your SC It wouldnt produce those times. It isnt apples to apples comparrision. I think he runs fast because of his state of the art double Intercooler

    Ken
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    93 SC Whipple powered 11.648 @ 119.6
    Twin Turbo, air intercooled..yet to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapper33142 View Post
    What is. Your motor specs and what sc u running
    MPx blower, 4.2 crank to start with, then comes the Mustang body.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenewagner View Post
    He is running an SC motor in a Mustang. He has a strong weight advantage besides the fact he has set up everything well. He can probably tell you his engine specs but if you dropped his motor into your SC I would produce those times. It isnt apples to apples comparrision. I think he runs fast because of his state of the art double Intercooler

    Ken
    It not a sc its a mustang alllllll man

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapper33142 View Post
    It not a sc its a mustang alllllll man
    You need to state what you are looking for in a built engine. There are 350 Hp motors that can be said to be built. There are 400 hp motors that can be considered to be built and there are over 450 hp motors that are defintely built. What are your goals? How much cash do you have to burn. Those two things are major facters when considering a built motor.

    Ken

    93 SC Whipple powered 11.648 @ 119.6
    Twin Turbo, air intercooled..yet to see

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    What are the dimension of that core Richardo, and the dimensions with the end tanks included? I'm trying to get a rough estimate of how much space I have to work with up front without having to remove the front clip in this freezing ~~~ weather.

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