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Old 03-23-2011, 09:34 PM
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Ha Ha PowerDyne. Their motto should be:

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You will all bow down to the PD setup and weep in its wake
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Old 03-24-2011, 04:20 PM
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He He as soon as you get all that new found power, you can start playing a little game I like to call "Find The Weakest Link".

Lets see you have

28 spline axles
28 spline posi unit
T5 with a 10 spline input shaft
The Spec Stage III should take car of clutch problems
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He He as soon as you get all that new found power, you can start playing a little game I like to call "Find The Weakest Link".

Lets see you have

28 spline axles
28 spline posi unit
T5 with a 10 spline input shaft
The Spec Stage III should take car of clutch problems
Oy Vey... Cant I have some small amount of time to be disillusioned. You and Wes are buzz kills
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Oy Vey... Cant I have some small amount of time to be disillusioned. You and Wes are buzz kills
I'm just screwing with you, actually the best advice I can give you is

Keep the boost below 9psi and Run an A/F ratio in the very low 11's
(with a non intercooled setup your air inlet temps with be high)

Keep the tank full of good gas - Amoco or Sunoco 93

Always have the tires be the weak link, they will protect the rest of the drivetrain.

Running 12.5" wide DR's at 17psi and 28"x10.50" slicks at 12psi is when I really started to break shit.
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My plan is to always run race gas or octane boost as I know how I like to drive. So thats added safety. Its never gonna see slicks and at the end of summer a built rear will slide in for added measure.
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My plan is to always run race gas or octane boost as I know how I like to drive. So thats added safety. Its never gonna see slicks and at the end of summer a built rear will slide in for added measure.
You don't need race gas on the street at that power level, just keep a really safe tuneup in the car and don't go reaching for that extra 50-75HP. The extra boost, timing and/or leaning of the A/F that gets you there will put a hole in one of those stock hyperucraptic pistons.

I've had a non-intercooled S-Trim in our 98 Cobra since 2000 (11 Years) always ran pump gas (Amoco 93) except for at the track and never had any issues.

I did, however, break an axle, post unit, 2 clutches and 1 trans.
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