Nice! Do you know the size difference in the S550 and GT350 throttle body?voodoo child21 said:$1100 for intake and throttle body. Problem is Ford Performance stopped shipping them because of so many cases of damage in shipping. Mine came clean, but all of the connectors and parts related to the charge motion plates have been snapping off in shipment. Some good posts about the swap on SVT and 6g sites. Gains with CAI and tune of about 35 RWHP seem to be normal. This is without long tube headers. I would imagine at least another 15-18 RWHP would be unleashed there as well. 450+ is ready to be released.
87 vs 80 mm the bolt patterns are completely different though. MMR makes an adapter to fit the stock GT tb on the 350 manifold. Why you would want to i don't know.SCGT500 said:Nice! Do you know the size difference in the S550 and GT350 throttle body?
Was just wondering if adding the intake alone was worth it, but that is quite a difference in TBs, no no sense doing one without the other.voodoo child21 said:87 vs 80 mm the bolt patterns are completely different though. MMR makes an adapter to fit the stock GT tb on the 350 manifold. Why you would want to i don't know.
Picking it up either tomorrow or Friday Drew. Will post pics as soon as I can.ArizonaBOSS said:Steve: Did you get an S550 GT already or are you stockpiling parts for an upcoming purchase? Post pics if you have it already!
I don't know about that Gary, Voodoo is pretty special, much more than Boss vs. GT engines. I will be planning a 93 and 98 octane road race tune plus a 93 street tune once we get it dialed in. Ran some data logs today 2000-7700 rpm full throttle pull was pretty impressive, there is so much unlocked at the top of the rev range with these engines. Will keep you all posted.cloud9 said:As usual, nice work Steve 8) You'll be putting down more than the Voodoo with the tune I assume. Is he going to do a race fuel tune as well?