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What did you do for your Terminator today?

Discussion in 'Terminator Talk' started by mrose75, Mar 7, 2013.

  1. NotoriousGT350

    NotoriousGT350 Lubbock Terminator Established Member

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    Changed out my old K&N filter after numerous cleanings. It has been on the cobra since 2005 when I purchased it. Also tightened up my Fiore firewall adjuster for the clutch.
     
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  2. MG0h3

    MG0h3 Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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  3. ShootyMCstabby

    ShootyMCstabby Whatcha talkin bout Willis. Established Member

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    ET Street R's.

    I had to try and brake them loose, once warmed up. I am SRA though. I have over 1000 street miles on mine and they look great.
     
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  4. MG0h3

    MG0h3 Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Power?

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  5. ShootyMCstabby

    ShootyMCstabby Whatcha talkin bout Willis. Established Member

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    White? thought we were doing word association.

    around 800rwhp and something like 740 torque at 2400 rpm's.
     
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  6. 98 Saleen Cobra

    98 Saleen Cobra Authorized Vendor Authorized Vendor

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    ^^^ ahahahahahahaha
     
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  7. 2004cobra615

    2004cobra615 sssvtsnake Established Member

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    Packed mine up for winter yesterday and woke up to 2 inches of snow this morning...

    Already got a box of new stuff to be added. Going to be switching to E85 and new 93 octane tune.

    Going to be adding speedhut A/F GUAGE and innovate lcm2 sensor

    Upgrading my fuel pumps to dual 465 walbros

    Looking at new injectors as well possibly the ID1050x for a smoother idle and running car.








    2004 Cobra 2.9 Whipple
     
  8. MG0h3

    MG0h3 Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    hahah nice. That will be my next tire. Or wait...think they only come in 17 or 15 or something when I looked last.
     
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  9. Black Gold 380R

    Black Gold 380R Multiple SVT Collector Established Member

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    LMAO!!!! Took me a second as I read Power White. Hey, it's early........LMAO!!!!
     
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  10. Blown03_GT

    Blown03_GT Member Established Member

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    I haven't physically done anything to the car lately, but I have spent the last week ordering a plethora of mods for it. Earlier this year I put Bassani mid-length headers and o/r x-pipe on it. I have the list of items in my sig in boxes waiting to go on the car starting this weekend, as well as a couple more items that I'm ordering today. S/C rebuild kit, Intercooler Reservoir, and possibly a wide-band.
     
  11. jwcobra03

    jwcobra03 Member Established Member

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    As stated those are Et street R’s. They hook pretty well on the street at 630rwhp. I don’t track the car. The Viking da shocks also help quite a bit.


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  12. NotoriousGT350

    NotoriousGT350 Lubbock Terminator Established Member

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    8E6A6599-F34C-42CB-AAB5-B84345638EC9.jpeg Cleaned her up and took her for a drive.
     
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  13. ShootyMCstabby

    ShootyMCstabby Whatcha talkin bout Willis. Established Member

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    I got up at 8 this morning, eat breakfast out the door by 9:30am drove 330 miles for a rear 03/04 cobra rear bumper. Bullstuffed with the seller for a minute then drove 330 miles back home.

    Yes all for a bumper that I plan on putting a hole right in the center of. lol

    And sure Troy will put up a "no pics or it didn't happen" comment, too lazy after all that to snap a couple pics.lol
     
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  14. blwn89gt

    blwn89gt Active Member Established Member

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    Drove mine today and hunted down an issue i was having with my aerofroce interceptor gauge shutting off and not working. Wound up finding the power wire for the map sensor had constant 12v power going to it even when it wasn’t connected to a 12v source. I kept blowing the Data link connection fuse so the obd2 port wouldn’t communicate with the gauge, so i also discovered if i disconnected the obd2 harness from the port ( the one that runs from the port to the gauge) that map sensor power wire stopped showing 12v power when it wasn’t connected to a power source. Looks like I’ll be contacting Aeroforce Tuesday and sending the gauge and sensor back for them to figure out the issue. I’m assuming the gauge is messed up and back-feeding to the sensor some how.


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  15. P49Y-CY

    P49Y-CY grab 'em by the pussy Established Member

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    The pinion seal on my vert had been leaking so I finally got the chance to fix it.
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    Love my Borla Stingers
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    Tip the front end up to help drain the diff
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    As far as I can tell, not too many of us run an LPW cover. But I’ve had mine for years, and it’s been great.
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    Dorman makes a nice kit which includes the seal, a replacement flange, and the nut. It is part #697-507. I like to replace the companion flange when I do a pinion seal because a groove tends to wear into it at the spot where the seal rides.
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    Removed the old flange with a generic 2-jaw puller.
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    I’m a Rotunda/OTC special tool "enthusiast", so whenever possible I like to use the tools that are specified in our factory Ford service manual. The three tools shown in this picture are: 205-126 (T78P-4851-A) flange holding fixture; 205-002 (TOOL-4858-E) flange installer; and 205-208 (T83T-4676-A) pinion oil seal installer.
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    ^An aside note for my fellow technical geeks: our service manual calls out 205-133 (T79P-4676-A) as the seal installation tool for this job. HOWEVER, IT IS INCORRECT! The inside diameter of 205-133 is not large enough to fit over the pinion shaft as it protrudes out of the housing, and won’t allow the face of the tool to reach the sealing area. #205-208 (T83T-4676-A) – which I believe is identical otherwise - has a larger inside diameter (no step down) so it easily fits over the pinion shaft. Perhaps this is an oversight that has never been changed in each subsequent years’ service manuals, but they must have known it was a problem because they started making this tool for the 8.8 four years later! LOL

    #205-002 pulls the new yoke in properly.
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    My rear was built with a solid pinion spacer, so I didn’t need to worry about any of that pesky marking and measuring to try to duplicate preload. Use #205-126 to hold it steady, crank that bad boy down to about 140 ft-lbs, and I’m done!
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  16. slo984now

    slo984now AKA 01yellerCobra Established Member

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    I need to contact Aeroforce about mine. The display will fade out if it's hot outside. And I've been getting lines that run up and down the screen. The bitch about it is that the screen has already been replaced once.
     
  17. blwn89gt

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    Yeah i took a picture of my receipt from when i purchased my gauge and I’m going to write them an email tonight. I’m thinking something’s wrong with the gauge itself. Didn’t have any problems until i added the map sensor


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  18. slo984now

    slo984now AKA 01yellerCobra Established Member

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    I put the stock MAF and old tune back in it to get it ready for smog.
     
  19. SVTCam

    SVTCam Active Member Established Member

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    Started tuning with 03Sleeper, and he noticed spark blowout. I've never changed the plugs since I bought the car, so figured now would be a good time to check & replace. The old plugs were Motorcraft Platinum (were these the stock plugs?) and the gaps on them ranged between .040-.043. Took those out, put new TR6's @ .025 in and so far so good. Hope I don't peg the MAF, but its looking that way.. guess I'll have to find a BA2600 someone has laying around to buy.

    Now if I can just get 1-2 days of decent weather I can finish this car up & put it away for the winter.
     
  20. cj428mach

    cj428mach Premium Member Premium Member

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    https://www.svtperformance.com/threads/thumper-tensioner-and-vmp-maf.1167041/

    I have a VMP100MM maf which is bigger in diameter than the 2600 and will give you room to grow. I self tuned mine so I know 04sleeper can, the maf transfer data is available on VMP's website.
     

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