I'll work on some more recent pictures [it has a god awful black cobra bumper now] but here's a few:
That's exactly what's planned with the addition of an accumulator.I'd dump the valve cover breather and run a factory pcv system.
I have a card type MAS and its located between the 90'sGet the MAF out of the fenderwell and no bends right before or after the MAF.
In the works75mm TB.
58 ccHow many CC's are the combustion chamber?
Eh??What is your quench?
Have been talking with Ed about thatThat combo is begging for a custom cam. I'd discuss your build with Ed Curtis.
Well, it's too late for that. The car actually came with an AFPR.I'm not a fan of adjustable fuel regulators. The factory unit is very dependable and supplies all the pressure your engine needs with a proper tune.
Thanks!! I hope so tooYour build has great potential in my eyes.
Don't recallWhere are the pistons sitting at tdc? In the hole or out? How far?
Awesome!! I have been contemplating a switch to carb latelyi have almost an identical story. 302 to a 306 to now a 408 very similiar to yours except carbed. i love mine!
Yes, they are from an '05 GT but mine are attatched to a manual seat track. I'd imagine it wouldn't be too difficult with wiring schematics for each vehicle to intergrate the S197 stuff into the SN95. Matter of fact, I know someone who has done this and I'll dig up a link.Are your seats out of a 05-07 GT? I have a red interior car and have been looking to swap to leather seats and wondered how they would fit and wire up.
Yeah, my buddy dubbed the car "Unicorn" years ago.Unicorn headlight switch?
i have only breezed thru most of this post, and not read every detail, but it sounds like you are wanting to auto cross this car? if so i suggest a good 2 core radiator (love my jegs brand) and a aftermarket, adjustable variable speed fan controller, if your tunning software doesn't cover this. add big brakes, and steep gears, and your good to go.
I've had that Steeda quadrant/cable since 06 and haven't had any issues to mention. I've heard horror stories as well and have considered replacing it but if it ain't broke... I would definitely replace it with MM parts and I've been working on purchasing the entire catalog lately :grin2:Love the direction you'really taking the suspension. I'll get there eventually
Only thing I see as questionable is the double hook quadrant and adjustable cable. The Ford OEM cable looks and feels better than the aftermarket adjustable that came in my SN95.
As far as the double hook quadrant, I broke an adjustable cable and a Ford cable with the unlabeled triple hook that came in my car. Very frustrating on a daily driver.
Switched to the MM quadrant and there's no random bound up pushes to the floor or odd intermittent cable noises. It's properly radiused, meets the cable at a tangent and rolls nicely.
Steeda may be better than whatever I had, but I'm not a believer in multi-hook quadrants anymore
Yes!! I had decided to hold off on new purchases for a while but then I ordered a custom billet cam from Ed Curtis. Must say, the specs are much different than the current Trick Flow stage 3 cam.Nice touch!