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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Sat Jul 04, 2009 6:36 pm 
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OK Back again another update... about 2-3 weeks ago the gearbox lost 3rd and 4th gear. Have just got a ef falcon for $200 that is smashed all over.The car has got no computer so could not test the gearbox out.

Anyway this week and last week been pulling out the gearboxes, and also ordered brand new lifters and a JP High volume oil pump, so i pulled the engine and gearbox out of mustang and put oilpump and lifters in and have also just ordered a new high stall converter.

Few months ago i did the adjustable shift kit thing and it worked great, just hope that wasnt the thing that has stuffed my box or they just cant handle much power!!?

Hopefully new stally gets here before the end of the week and have the car on the road again on the weekend.

Ohh another thing i have cut all the plugs off the EF and have wired my ems upto it all so after car is running ill change over the loom and see if it goes with the ems and then ill get around to getting injectors and fuelpump and TUNE.

 

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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 12:03 pm 
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Hey bud car looks good, was the torana that beat you green

 

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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 12:15 am 
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Bored so i thought i would check the site out, i think the torana was brown.. not sure cant rememer.. ok sinch last post have had car dyno tuned, and been back to the drags and have since done a 13.1@109mph on a 35degree day:( was not very happy i wanted to crack a 12 on 10psi.

Hopefully next time i go back to drags it wont be as hot and will run my 12something.

Heres a pic of dyno sheet.
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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 3:49 pm 
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Love what you have done with the car mate and great time!!! Those temps are horrible so dont stress, you would have run anywhere from mid to high 12s in better conditions. What was your 60ft time?

 

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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 8:43 pm 
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Time for a C4 dude and crank more boost :D

 

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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:43 pm 
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Hey im not sure about my 60ft time as i left my time slips at my mates place. but i think it was around 2.1-2.2 which is absolutely terrible.On the day a mate was with me in his VE SS which has done a best of 13.5, on the day we went he was only getting mid to low 14's so i do beleive i would have managed a 12 quite easily on a more suitable day.

I need a bigger stally, the 2700 does not do much for me.. or i just need better brakes?

C4 or glide would be nice. but the 4spd auto is so good for everyday driving.

In a few weeks my car will be out of rego, time for it to come off the road for a while and save some money for some decent suspension front and rear and probably a retune and some more boost.

Hoping to have all this done b4 Powercruise Qld.

Here is links to the mad front and rear end :)
http://www.rcmotorsports.net/RearCoiloverKit.html
http://www.rcmotorsports.net/Pg4Link.html

 

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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 9:00 pm 
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mustang6 wrote:
I need a bigger stally, the 2700 does not do much for me.. or i just need better brakes?

C4 or glide would be nice. but the 4spd auto is so good for everyday driving.

In a few weeks my car will be out of rego, time for it to come off the road for a while and save some money for some decent suspension front and rear and probably a retune and some more boost.

Hoping to have all this done b4 Powercruise Qld.

Here is links to the mad front and rear end :)
http://www.rcmotorsports.net/RearCoiloverKit.html
http://www.rcmotorsports.net/Pg4Link.html
I think what you have is terrific already.

Keep the 4spd auto and buy a higher stall if required. More streetable boost, higher stall will be a great combo.

Your a great inspiraction as I want to do SOHC forced induction motor similar to yours but with an XK-XP Falcon instead.
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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 9:51 pm 
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Thanks phillyc, Yeh a boosted sohc would be awesome in an xk-p dont think they would weigh a real lot even a non boosted sohc would go excellent,
\ Cant really get much higher stallies for these boxes? as they dont greab top gear or something? or is that all lies>

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mustang6 wrote:
I need a bigger stally, the 2700 does not do much for me.. or i just need better brakes?

C4 or glide would be nice. but the 4spd auto is so good for everyday driving.

In a few weeks my car will be out of rego, time for it to come off the road for a while and save some money for some decent suspension front and rear and probably a retune and some more boost.

Hoping to have all this done b4 Powercruise Qld.

Here is links to the mad front and rear end :)
http://www.rcmotorsports.net/RearCoiloverKit.html
http://www.rcmotorsports.net/Pg4Link.html
I think what you have is terrific already.

Keep the 4spd auto and buy a higher stall if required. More streetable boost, higher stall will be a great combo.

Your a great inspiraction as I want to do SOHC forced induction motor similar to yours but with an XK-XP Falcon instead.

 

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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 5:59 pm 
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mustang6 wrote:
Thanks phillyc, Yeh a boosted sohc would be awesome in an xk-p dont think they would weigh a real lot even a non boosted sohc would go excellent,
\ Cant really get much higher stallies for these boxes? as they dont greab top gear or something? or is that all lies>

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mustang6 wrote:
I need a bigger stally, the 2700 does not do much for me.. or i just need better brakes?

C4 or glide would be nice. but the 4spd auto is so good for everyday driving.
Your a great inspiration as I want to do SOHC forced induction motor similar to yours but with an XK-XP Falcon instead.
Happy to offer the compliments. From the looks / performance of your beast you deserve compliments.

Re: Auto. Lies? Not entirely sure. But, i've been mucking about with Sniper tuning and it allows you to control all the shift parameters / tables. Having the adaptive shift auto there is about 20-30 tables... I noted you use an EMS stinger. So i'm not really sure what is controlling your box. Is it a powertrain module or the EMS? I take it the box is an electronically controlled BTR 4spd? Does your box already lock the torque convertor in 4th gear? In the EECV, the lock up of the torque convertor in 3rd (when shift selector is in 3rd gear position) & 4th gears is programmable and entirely dependent on driveshaft speed and MAP sensor reading. I guess the whole not getting into top is probably confusion about the torque convertor not locking up. This would be caused because for the axle speed you have too high a throttle opening and the MAP sensor thinks your trying to accelerate (not cruise) and therefore keeps the convertor unlocked to improve performance. Just my theory anyway!
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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 3:31 pm 
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Here is a video in my mustang 0-180, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_MZD_PPX0s

Am currently putting a ba xr8 bonnet bulge onto the mustang, and saving some money for a new plenum then i will re register and drive again.

Its just not the same driving my ke tx3 turbo as a daily lol.

 

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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 4:00 pm 
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maaaate, what a beast!

always good to see something done differently, and done properly

kudos to you sir!
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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 4:02 pm 
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RobboXE wrote:
maaaate, what a beast!

always good to see something done differently, and done properly

kudos to you sir!



Thanks mate.

 

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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 9:43 pm 
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With the serious torque these motors make a TH400 is cheaper to build strong compared to C4's...

 

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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 9:53 pm 
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EBXR8380 wrote:
With the serious torque these motors make a TH400 is cheaper to build strong compared to C4's...


Yeah i was thinking that, but ill see how this 4spd auto lasts, if it lasts a while i might just get another stocker and wait for it to blow.. lol

 

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 Post subject: Re: my 66 turbo mustang
Posted: Fri May 14, 2010 3:29 am 
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EBXR8380 wrote:
With the serious torque these motors make a TH400 is cheaper to build strong compared to C4's...


+1

Having allfast over here in WA put a TH400 into my turbo was one of the best things Ive
done... The box has silky smooth gear changes, will def handle the power and is fully
manualised... Its ace....

 

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