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Old 06-24-2012, 11:30 PM   #1
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The mods I will be doing are mostly based on Popes mod thread:http://www.turbododge.com/forums/f4/...uare-inch.html.

For now I am atempting to get all the parts together.

What I have.
*All the T2 turbo pipeing ,air box and so on. In car now.
*Fresh short block 30 over.Engine in car now has only 15,000 + miles on bearings and rings. May work with that instead.
*New head. But needs to be match ported to intake and exhst due to some core shift in runners.
*FFV injectors
*adjustable fuel pump on car now.
*3" exhst on car now
*3 bar
#Larger intercooler on car now
*BOV on car now
*555 trany. in car now and one out of car.
I think thats it.

What I need.

*MP head gasket
* Pollybushing enginemounts
*two piece intake. On its way
*either rebuild my 88s garret T2 turbo or use moded T3 allready in use. What do ya think. Moneys an issue.lol
*stage 5 computer.
*and Im sure some other parts as well.

I do have a choise of getting stage 5 computer and polly bushings and putting together what I have. Installing head and matched intake and exhst at a later date. Being that money is allways an issue. It really makes me want to short cut this. Any thought on that are wellcome.
Anyone with any parts I need for sale would be helpfull as well.
Off to bed for now with visions of tires roasting under fender wells as chistmass trees flash green.LOL

P.S. If nothingelse . Wish me luck!!
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Old 06-25-2012, 12:40 AM   #2
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Ineresting thread, I'm doing something similar, so I will follow your work.
Good luck.
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Hey thats my brothers name!!!.
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Well I have decided that with my home ac going to crap on me yesterday that thats where a large sum of money is going....Like I had a choise LOL.

So my plan is to go ahead and figure out something with what I have untill the ovetime rolls in or a government job pops up and I can replenish the coffers. That leaves me with the above mentioned haves pluss a 2 piece intake that I should have soon.

Anyway looks likr this is gonna be a drawn out mod thread to say the least will post again when I start on head with links to the info I use and pics of me grinding holes in my head. LOL
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Hey thats my brothers name!!!.
Sorry but it is not my fault !

Is your 2 piece intake ported or stock ?
I have read that the 2 piece's manifold halves don't match each other well. So it may not perform as it should until the 2 halves are port-matched.
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Stock I belive . Will know more soon.I do plan on match porting it for sure. and it was old age that got my central air.lol I fixed it three time before. Just couldnt bring it back to life this time.
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LOL no prob. just dont soil the name and we will be ok. LOL
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Figured I would put up pics of what parts I have so far.
ShelbyNewbys MOD POWER Thread!!! help & advice wanted-2012-05-25-17.27.43.jpg BOV may be installing cold air and relocating closer to TB. But for now Ill settle for a better air filter.

ShelbyNewbys MOD POWER Thread!!! help & advice wanted-2012-05-24-16.27.47.jpg Larger intercooler

ShelbyNewbys MOD POWER Thread!!! help & advice wanted-2012-06-27-16.14.31.jpg 3 bar map and pig tail aready labled(thanks vito),FFV injectors(vito again) A charged air temp sensor and a coolant temp sensor.

Pluss of course the 3 in exhst. And maybe a 3 in swing valve . not sure how to check on that. Guess if thee in pipe gose all the way to valve then its a three inch?
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Seeing as how I have 3 in exhst pipe and it dose go all the way to WG can. could I assume I have a 3 in waste gate ?
ShelbyNewbys MOD POWER Thread!!! help & advice wanted-2012-06-28-17.14.24.jpg.OOPPPs I think I mean swing valve. Some one please set me straight on this. Damn And I was gonna take newby out of my name.lol

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Ok all knowing great ones!!. Im was wonder around in my own mind and figured I would go ahead and install the 3 bar map 1st on my car. If I didnt get lost and confused this should not be an issue doing this with stock sbec unit. If so. One- how much boost can I run like this and two_ Do I really have to jack car up to reach my adjustable wg arm?
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Another question. can I get a wide band o2 that will replace stock o2 sensor?
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Well no help from the pros so far. need to keep digging trough this maze of post till I find my answers. Tried the three bar . car did not like it at all.
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looking at a/f meter. I found a Air Fuel Ratio Phantom meter that works with oem or after market O2 sensor. is this to say that you can tap off your oem O2 with out effecting signal to sbec?
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Another question. can I get a wide band o2 that will replace stock o2 sensor?
I believe the AEM and the LM1 widebands (and prob others) have an analog signal output that can be wired to the factory ECU to replace the signal that would normaly be coming from the stock o2 sensor.

What are FFV inj's?
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