Cam covers, AFCO, KB 2.2, 03 Cobra Installation Pictures - Some assembly req.!

sonicmach1

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+1 on owning your own lift thats badass, can't wait to see what the cam covers look like on the car its gonna be really clean. What are you doing for a fuel system?

I put in the dual FPDMs, upgraded wiring kit, FORE hat, dual GT pumps last month. I am adding the 60 lb/hr injectors with the blower install. More details here: https://www.svtperformance.com/foru...rs-brace-fuel-system-polished-exhaust.650821/

UPGRADED WIRING, DUAL FPDMs, FORE HAT, GT PUMPS - knocked about 25% off of the peak fuel pump duty cycle
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Some people are truly mechanically talented. This reminds me of my brother in law. His shop is very similar but its one bay bigger. Hes a mechanical engineer for BMW and used to work for Daimler Chrysler and Moroso. He mostly rebuild rotary engines in his shop and restores old mazdas.

His shop is bigger than his house lol
 

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Small delay on my project.

I have decided to powder coat my heat exchanger brackets as well as the KB inlet plenum (both in ultra chrome).

I think I am going to sell the Redfire cam covers and have my take-offs powder coated too (TBD color).
 

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Small delay on my project.

I have decided to powder coat my heat exchanger brackets as well as the KB inlet plenum (both in ultra chrome).

I think I am going to sell the Redfire cam covers and have my take-offs powder coated too (TBD color).

Might as well coat the timing chain cover while your at it, makes everything come together nicely.
 

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excuse me sir.... what do you do for a living?

Mechanical engineer. I worked 11 years at Ford in engine development (Mustang GT calibration). I now work In IL as a powertrain controls engineer.
 
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I have decided to powder coat my other cam covers and H/E brackets.

Unfortunately, that will mean a delay with reinstalling parts until ~early Feb.
 

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Got the cam covers and brackets ready to send off to the powder coater. I cleaned up the garage a bit this weekend. I am anxious to get wrenching again...

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