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  1. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    Touché. Lol.
  2. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    I knew your mechanic would come through in the clutch!Sorry, couldn't resist...
  3. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    That would be a cash register sound.Well, at least for those of us that even remember what that sounds like.
  4. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    That's a great McGyver solution!I'm not sure about the angles involved but can't a Mustang GT JLT Series II bottom housing with the intake tunnel to the grille be rigged to work with the Cobra Jet intake tube & filter? For when you need to race with lights.
  5. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    Might this help with securing it at the dyno next time?https://vorshlag-store.com/products/s197-mustang-rear-tow-loop-kit-pair
  6. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    You are correct. My apologies. I fell into my 6R80 mode. Docs302 dyno pull was done in 4th with a 3.31 rear. With a 3.73 MH is probably limited to 4th also.
  7. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    You should. @docs302 has about the same setup as you except for the ported heads and he did 474 on 100 octane. Go get 'em!If your budget permits, see what difference is between pulls in 3rd gear versus 4th.
  8. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    I'm glad that you were able to get her back out. Were you able to get her on the dyno yet?The oil in the catch can is concerning. I'm glad your temps are down but I'm wondering if that's more a result of the apparent decrease in power rather than, or in addition to, the squirters.
  9. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    Going back to posts #74 through 80, here's a new manifold. But $$$$$.https://lituningandracing.com/shop/ols/products/shauns-custom-alloy-billet-coyote-intake-manifold
  10. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    I'm not quite sure what you mean by the "little snorkel on the front." From what I can see, the JLT CJ CAI does not have such a snorkel. It is basically just an L-shaped heat barrier. In fact, step #5 of JLT's instructions (PDF attached) instruct you to remove the duct (on a 11-14) for...
  11. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    Don't know for a 2006. For 2010-2014 the bolt is W711123-S439 and the nut is W520214-S440.But according to RockAuto's site the Moog & AC Delco ball joints for a 2006 come with new a new but & bolt.
  12. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    AR3Z-9A624-A It may only be on 2010+ cars https://www.tascaparts.com/oem-parts/ford-intake-duct-ar3z9a624a
  13. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    It appears that the JLT CAi for the Cobrajet intake does not have the duct leading to the front grill like the JLT intakes for the GT/Boss intakes. Can you use the housing from the old CAI with the tube & filter from the JLT CJ CAI and MacGyver a hybrid?
  14. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    It probably isn't that precise but it should be in the ballpark. If you had around 440 or 450 rwhp when your MAF was 49 then you're good.My MAF flow rate is 50 and my rwhp is 398 - on a hot day. With a 6R80 I figure I have about a 20% powertrain loss so that puts me around 500 bhp.When...
  15. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    I've heard that a rough rule of thumb is 10 BHP for each lb/min of MAF. If so, your MAF flow of 53 lbs/min should get you pretty close to that 480rwhp.
  16. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    That sounds vaguely familiar.However, I was not recommending the 172 as a stand alone replacement. Only as a replacement for Mad Hatter's lesser rated 915 that he has in conjunction with the 925. While the 172 has a smaller oil pressure drop, this may be offset by the additional fittings &...
  17. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    True, but only if you're getting the full BTU potential from the 915 & 925. Won't the portions in the shadow of the bumper loss some of that potential?Inquiring minds want to know at least a couple of the main reasons.
  18. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    It appears you are running out of vertical space. Why not replace the 915 with the 172? It has higher BTU rating and is wider horizontally (and shorter vertically and also had a lower oil pressure loss.The downside is that the ports are on the side making it a little more challenging to...
  19. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    Fram may have some premium versions that are better but the orange ones are not known to be good. If available in that size, AMSOil , Royal Purple, or WIX filters are among the best.
  20. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    Ceramic coating the headers may help decrease the radiated heat from them.
  21. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    Could this be the solution? https://www.vmpperformance.com/11-17-Mustang-Throttle-Body-Y-Harness
  22. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    While they won't take the oval twin throttle body, there's always the pricey Edelbrock: https://www.edelbrock.com/victor-2-coyote-intake-manifold-7180.htmlAnd the more reasonably priced Holley Sniper with 90mm opening...
  23. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    One would think that he would give a short extension if the delay was at least partially due to the virus.
  24. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    Your setup seems similar to that of @docs302 and he made 475rwhp with a tune from RevAuto. Adam at RevAuto is friends with Shaun at AED so you should see at least similar results. You may even do better since I think you have more porting work.Chile air may help too.
  25. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    He wants to collect more money...
  26. Coz

    S197 Boss 302 in Chile

    Some questions are best left unanswered...
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