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post #361 of 364 (permalink) Old 10-17-2018, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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For everyone following my build here is the finished spec :

331 Stroker / Trick Flow Heads + Roller rockers / Ford Racing lifters / FTI Custom Cam /Edlebrock Air RPM intake, FiTech 600BHP, serpentine belt set up.

Tremec T5Z / Ron Morris Cable clutch kit / Ford racing flywheel and clutch / Steeda Short throw Shifter / Lokar Shifter Handle.

95 GT 8.8 Axle Rebuilt with Ford racing 3.73 gears + carbon fibre clutch packs.

Brakes : 2003 cobra brakes with power tech discs and EBC Pad.

Wilwood Master cylinder / OEM booster

Front suspension: AJE k member + A Arms / Maximum motorsports coil overs + CC plates / 2003 cobra rack / 99-04 Spindles

Rear suspension: AJE Four link kit W/swaybar / Street or track coil overs

Chassis : TCP engine bay brace / Full length TCP subframe connectors

Interior : TMI dash pad + Console + Heated Seats / Dakota gauges / Sony apply car play head unit / Electric Windows + Locks.

Exhaust : patriot mid length headers / 2.5’ exhaust / H pipes / Borla Pro xs / 3’ tips


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post #362 of 364 (permalink) Old 10-18-2018, 10:17 AM
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Thanks for the kind comments

About 250 miles covered now, car has been almost faultless. Few hick ups but nothing serious.

I removed the Flowmaster Super 44’s today, the droan was unbearable, I hope these Borla Pro XS will do the trick.’ !


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I had the same mufflers for a while. Changed them out for the same reason! I felt like my head was going to explode!!

Although I changed to Flowmaster Super 50’s. The 3 chamber design really eliminated that droaning sound.

-Chris

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347ci that has a lot of neat stuff in it
T5 manual trans, alum driveshaft, 9" w/3.70 gears
Suspension parts from SoT, Global West, Maier Racing, and a few others. Works for me!
TCP manual rack (love it)
EPAS (Love this the most)
VWW V45 wheels (like these too)
SoT 13" brakes (stopping is good)
And I finally got a paint job!
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THAT sounds SWEET as SUGAR!! Hope mine sounds half as awesome Harry! Was that with the old flowmasters?
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THAT sounds SWEET as SUGAR!! Hope mine sounds half as awesome Harry! Was that with the old flowmasters?


That’s the old flowmasters


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