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Should I worry on getting IMRC delete plates?

Discussion in 'SN95 Cobras' started by adriangv, Sep 10, 2019.

  1. adriangv

    adriangv Member Established Member

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    I have a 96 cobra with a built bottom end, forged internals etc. Should I worry on getting the IMRC delete plates? I’ve never noticed a loss in power but i see it’s been a major issue in the 96-98 cobra intakes. What do you guys think?


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  2. adriangv

    adriangv Member Established Member

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    Car has 100k miles on chassis. Freshly new built motor. Reason for rebuild was due to a rod knock.


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  3. venom1997

    venom1997 Screwed by the Twins Established Member

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    Just use you own remove the rod and plates and have a welder weld up the two end holes you don’t need to weld all the holes where the shaft goes through just the outer ends


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  4. venom1997

    venom1997 Screwed by the Twins Established Member

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    Did it to mine and had tuner shut it off it’s so much better and made more power in the Dyno


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  5. adriangv

    adriangv Member Established Member

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    thanks bro, what kind of gains did you notice ?


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  6. wirelessguy2005

    wirelessguy2005 4S FED Premium Member Established Member

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    when i had my car apart over the winter for the e85 conversion i took out the imrc plates and installed the ones from MMR, they were expensive but i feel that it was worth it from a performance standpoint as well as less potential problems down the road with the factory imrc acting up.
     
  7. adriangv

    adriangv Member Established Member

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    i see i see,. i seen MMR delete plates and i may consider just getting them for the long run.


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