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Project Deceptive GT: The Reboot

Discussion in 'SN-95 and New Edge Mustangs' started by Deceptive, Nov 15, 2017.

  1. Deceptive

    Deceptive Brad's Spirit Donkey Premium Member Established Member

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    Not professional looking but it looks a lot better.

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    Steeda K Member, Mishimoto Radiator, new fan, and AC Condenser all installed.


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    Deceptive Brad's Spirit Donkey Premium Member Established Member

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    Got everything back from the machine shop so now the fun starts.

    Livernois Drainback Kit is installed. Cobra Engineering upgraded pins. Lots of ARP stuff.

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  3. Turkey_Lurker03

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    Awesome build, looks like your enjoying it! Love the attention to details especially with the powder coating.

    Curious how things turned out with the Teksid blocks. Did they have to go 20 over to clean them up? Keeping one for a spare?
     
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    Deceptive Brad's Spirit Donkey Premium Member Established Member

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    I just went 10 over on the block. I actually have two more Teksids. I do have them as spares as I plan to get another GT or Cobra and do a drag oriented build.


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    Did you have a hard time finding a shop that would go 10 over?

    I ask because in my area most shops don't even like going 20 and prefer 30. Some shops refuse to touch the block if you want anything less than 30. Also finding a shop with torque plates is nearly impossible, its beyond frustrating here.
     
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    Deceptive Brad's Spirit Donkey Premium Member Established Member

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    No problem on finding a shop to go 10 over. The two shops I was deciding between both are known to be able to do whatever you need done.


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    Deceptive Brad's Spirit Donkey Premium Member Established Member

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    Got some factory Ford wiring connectors from a junkyard to make my connections for my Innovate gauges. Modified the brackets for the gauges and mounted them. I need to adjust the one to level it but I think they look good.

    Innovate ECF-1 and PSB-1

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    I got a bunch of tools to either build my 2V or make an expensive ****ing paperweight that forces me to go Coyote Swap due to anger issues. Lol


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    Deceptive Brad's Spirit Donkey Premium Member Established Member

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    Do you want to play a game? I do...

    The name of the game is, “Successfully Built 600+ hp 8K RPM 2V or Expensive Paperweight, Anger, and Coyote Swap”

    This is one of my plans for my time off over the holidays.

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  9. 98 svt

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    Any updates on this?
     
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    Deceptive Brad's Spirit Donkey Premium Member Established Member

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    Yes, it has either been too damn cold to work in the garage or I have spent the time with my daughter or wife instead of working on this. I am still putting in over 60hrs a week with work. I am hoping to maybe get some time this weekend. I’d at least like to get the bearings in the damn rods. Lol


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    Blkkbgt Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    That's been my problem as of late. I've lost 4 good days to it flat out being to cold to work in the garage.
     
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    @Deceptive

    Did you prime and then paint the engine bay?

    And if so did you allow the primer to dry, sand it then paint base coat and clear?

    I am debating on whether or not to sand my primer after drying or just go straight to base after the primer flashes.
     
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    I want to see that 01 Cobra update
     

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