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post #61 of 78 Old April 6th, 2012, 01:26 PM Thread Starter
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I think it was about 20 advanced.


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Get a custom cam thats whicked as hell now !

Pull that last 10hp out if you can. Everyone says the highest n/a is 280rwhp. BREAK THAT SHIT
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Get a custom cam thats whicked as hell now !

Pull that last 10hp out if you can. Everyone says the highest n/a is 280rwhp. BREAK THAT SHIT

Needs to be SAE-5 graph or nobody at v6p will care.
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no one at V6P updates that shit anyways ...
That site seems to be getting slower and slower. People post in the lounge all the time.
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SAE-5? I bet an MSD kit will get me to 280.


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MSD ignition.


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get him to email you the dyno sheet.. also, what is the ignition going to help? the stock ignition works just fine.

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You don't know anything about MSD do you? I makes multiple full strength sparks for 20 deg crank rotation (multiple spark discharge) and they make one full strength spark at high rpm. On stock, the spark gets weaker the faster the engine spins.


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i would like to see it make a power difference over the stock ignition. on a blown car getting spark blowout, sure it would. just dont see it making a noticeable difference otherwise. jmo. do it to it bo diddly and get some track times.

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Will do. Also going to see what coilovers will do. I think having it lower will drop my wind resistance. I just have to get some struts.


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Nice build, I just stumbled onto this.

That is very impressive for a 3.9. That is some hi rpms as well pulling hard to 6.5k.

I think it is funny that you drive a mustang and am a GM technician. I as well drive a mustang and am a GM technician. haha. It is just cuz GM is easy to work on but mustangs are BA!!!!

Are you running any more beefed up on the valve train such as hardened pushrods, guide plates? Or no? I see the RR.


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You don't know anything about MSD do you? I makes multiple full strength sparks for 20 deg crank rotation (multiple spark discharge) and they make one full strength spark at high rpm. On stock, the spark gets weaker the faster the engine spins.
Link to this MSD product? Just curious to check it out

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Nice build, I just stumbled onto this.

That is very impressive for a 3.9. That is some hi rpms as well pulling hard to 6.5k.

I think it is funny that you drive a mustang and am a GM technician. I as well drive a mustang and am a GM technician. haha. It is just cuz GM is easy to work on but mustangs are BA!!!!

Are you running any more beefed up on the valve train such as hardened pushrods, guide plates? Or no? I see the RR.
Hardened longer pushrods, guide plates. RRs, LS6 springs with GT retainers.

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http://www.msdperformance.com/Produc...4_Channel.aspx
http://www.msdperformance.com/product.aspx?id=4713


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Hardened longer pushrods, guide plates. RRs, LS6 springs with GT retainers.



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The thing i dont get is that we have 1 coil pack and this seems to work if you have two or more coil packs. Also do our v6's even have waste spark? i didnt think they did

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pretty sure they are a waste spark system.


Lol hell half my PRs are stock. Half are magnums
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Yes they are a waste spark setup.

And I figured you had to have something in the valve train to stabalize that pulling to 6.5k.


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We have one coil pack with three coils in it. It is waste spark.


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