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Thanks Josh.
Alot of work, but well worth it :D

Haven't had a chance to dyno it yet, but I really need to. Not just to see how much power, but to check the A/F ratio.
 
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Holy Nose Job!... that should surely breathe now :crazy

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Looks great. I would like to know power improvements. Overall how much different does it feel when driving everyday-normal driving? Very nicly done!
 

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Looks great. I would like to know power improvements. Overall how much different does it feel when driving everyday-normal driving? Very nicly done!

Of course, I haven't had a chance to dyno it, but the difference in power is that again of the wonderbar, for those that have done the wonderbar upgrade, you know what I'm talking about. The stock runner set up didn't pull too hard above 5000 rpms where this set up pulls hard past 6500. I don't drive it every day, but drivability has not changed at all from before.


This is what I upgraded:

Intake: Accell
Runner: SLP siemese aggressivley ported
Rockers: Crane 1.5 aluminum narrow bodied
Injectors: Ford Motorsport 28 lbs @ 40 psi
Home made adjustable fuel pressure regulator.

Coming soon : complete stainless mandrel bent dual exhaust system.
 
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:J:JLooking forward to seeing the results Sam! :lou Do you use a wide band to check A/F ratio Thanks Ike
 

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Do you use a wide band to check A/F ratio Thanks Ike

Yes. That's a very important tool, especially for us boosted guys. Too much at stake if all the ducks don't line up.
 

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