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Discussion in 'S-197 Mustangs' started by Weather Man, Nov 19, 2015.
Expensive, but damn nice.
Another piece of the puzzle.
Well Hogan, for whatever reason, always had higher priority stuff to do than my DOB turbo hat. Asked them to send my blower mount plate back.
Kinda rethinking where this car is going. Driving my new 19 GT has made me realize that I want the car to be more street friendly. Just always seem to have stuff going on that is just not letting me get to the 1/8th mile strip an hour away from me.
Think I will do a cam swap and install the AEM with street corn tune and see where I am at. If I like it I will probably do a 6R80 install over the winter. If I don't like it, I will pick up a Gen 2 Coyote/6R80 conversion package and do H/C/I.
Not sure what I will do with the turbo, could potentially come into play down the road with the Coyote, if I roll that way.
Got tired of poor idle (8-10 inches) with my big locked stage 3 cams. Decided to step back to a stage 2 cam. Still on Ignite 114.
Crazy, JLT 123 from cobrajet 140, ID1000 from DW1500 and the cam swap not locked or limited and not degreed. IAT's at end of run in the 112 to 118. No more weird boost taper, making more power by a lot with less boost indicated. Big stage 3 locked and degreed cams are not the way to go on 3V with Mr. 3.4 Whipple. Idle now back at 18 inches. IAT's running 112F to 118F at end of runs.
I think I can live with this!
This thread needs updates!!!
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I just did, LOL.
The Bullseye turbo and AEM kit are sitting on my shelf, which, I am not thrilled with. The money is spent, so will hold onto for a while, as I can envision a path where they might get used.
Took the car for a good drive yesterday and stop signs/traffic were not an issue. The car is a total beast with just brutal acceleration and is a hoot to drive again. We'll see what happens in the future.