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    Quote Originally Posted by Roadhawg View Post
    That is a 50 - 75Hp shot in my book.............
    A 100-125 shot is a touch in my book........

    Jen's car with a 75 shot will probably run faster than I run now on a 100 shot........
    Last edited by nickleman60; 04-09-2012 at 03:25 PM.
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    Nice dynosheet, Brent does great work. Got the XR7 tuned yesterday morning. That's a good lookin' SC motor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by '95Cougar_XR-7 View Post
    Nice dynosheet, Brent does great work. Got the XR7 tuned yesterday morning. That's a good lookin' SC motor!
    Thanks...........

    Went to Hertford 1/8 mile yesterday, she ran her best time of 7.77 @ 89.7mph

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    Congrads on the car and the build. What a sweet unique lil machine. KUDOS truly. Tell her to enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickleman60 View Post
    A 100-125 shot is a touch in my book........

    Jen's car with a 75 shot will probably run faster than I run now on a 100 shot........
    When are you going to be ready to run against me up at VMP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ford girl View Post
    When are you going to be ready to run against me up at VMP?
    Are you calling me out?.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickleman60 View Post
    Are you calling me out?.........
    YEAH! ...As long as you leave the nitrous bottle for the dentist to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ford girl View Post
    YEAH! ...As long as you leave the nitrous bottle for the dentist to use.
    I've been dragging my feet lately, I had a nitrous solenoid sticking so I think I have that fixed. If I can get motivated maybe this Friday is the day, if not it'll have to be 2 weeks from now because VMP is booked up next Friday-Sunday with the Super Chevy Show.

    And my nitrous bottle is like the American Express card motto, "never leave home without it"...........when heading to the strip.........
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    This car is pretty nasty ! Love it.

    Ive just started a thread wanting more in depth info on the supercoupe swap.

    Only issue is i have a 2004.

    4.2 HCI etc etc 100 shot of nitrous.

    7.81 @ 87 1.73 60' is my best. Cant wait to play in this cold weather.

    I didn't buy the black out system. Instead I used black wireloom since my mustang has so much black ~~~~ already.

    People look and look and never see it. Even those who know I have nitrous have a hell of a time looking for it.

    Did an amazing job of hiding it if I do say so myself (many others do too)





    But im really wanting to do a SC build just like this in my 04. Was hoping for about 300/400. Seeing now whats thats gonna take, its not gonna be easy but Ill be trying.

    Just gotta work out the kinks and figure out how this swap will work on the 04!

    Awesome build you have !

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    You will run into a lot of nay sayers on a New Edge M90 swap. On my 4.3L with a MPX at 25% OD I made 367rwhp and 450rwtq.
    The car ran a 7.28 with a 1.56 in the 1/8th mile. I built my daughter's 98 Mustang as a stout daily driver.

    Todd

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    Hey I just wanted to see what all is really involved im in the process of fixing to start this swap. All the research ive done has led me to m90 swaps not the whole engine swap could you tell me what all you had to swap out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fast stang16 View Post
    Hey I just wanted to see what all is really involved im in the process of fixing to start this swap. All the research ive done has led me to m90 swaps not the whole engine swap could you tell me what all you had to swap out?
    The easiest swap is done on the 94-95 3.8L Mustang. You do not have to do a whole engine swap, but it is HIGHLY recommended you use the SC engine as is built for boost and the stock NA engine is not.

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    I guess I should have said I have a 1997 mustang and a 1992 sc
    My main concern is with timing cover and harmonic balancer? Will the ones I have work? Some say yes some say no! If not what the difference in 97 timing cover and 94/95 cover? And what about with harmonic balancer on sc 92 vs 94/95?
    Thanks,
    Justin

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    Quote Originally Posted by fast stang16 View Post
    I guess I should have said I have a 1997 mustang and a 1992 sc
    My main concern is with timing cover and harmonic balancer? Will the ones I have work? Some say yes some say no! If not what the difference in 97 timing cover and 94/95 cover? And what about with harmonic balancer on sc 92 vs 94/95?
    Thanks,
    Justin
    I'm not sure about the timing covers but the harmonic balancer/excitor ring are defintely different.
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    What you will want to do is use all the sensors from your stang. So that would mean you need to use the stang timing cover and a BHJ balancer for the 94-95 SC. And hopefully the crank sensor is the same between the 94-95 SC and the stang.
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