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  1. biminiLX

    biminiLX never stock Established Member

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    Yes, good crew. Hopefully we'll have something truly local.
    I tune with Lidio at Alternative Auto. You'll see us at Milan regularly. I prefer Norwalk, but Milan closer.
    Would be good to get some local drag GT500s together next season.
    -J
     
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    Chersch7406 Member Established Member

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    Lidio is also a great tuner, he did my terminator i had. Im down for going to the track as well.

     
  3. Klaus

    Klaus Premium Member Premium Member Established Member

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    I have already taken my gen 3 off. Unimpressed. Slightly higher peak than gen 2 r but have up low end and average power.
     
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    biminiLX never stock Established Member

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    Doesn't make sense.
    I have first hand knowledge of what a Gen 3 does compared to a 2R and IF you maximize the potential, the Gen 3 will always win.
    If you don't push your combo hard, the upgrade may not be worth it.
    What pulley combos did you run with each? What fuel?
    -J
     
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    Klaus Premium Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Me too.

    2.4 on gen 2, 2.8 on gen 3 (IIRC-19lbs on both). If you are running pump gas on an unbuilt short block you are wasting your money going from Gen 2 to Gen 3. Ask me how I know ;)

    what is your set up and what gains have you seen?
     
  6. GT500_012308

    GT500_012308 Active Member Established Member

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    really I was gonna throw a Gen3 on instead of my 2R it would be on stock motor but was looking for some more power before I went E85/Cams or E85/lower.

    Im poor and will need to wait to build my motor a little also unsure if I am going to or build a street/strip car might do a boosted (turbo) terminator
     
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    Klaus Premium Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Save your money for built lower and go e85. You can hit >800 easy with Gen IIr.
     
  8. biminiLX

    biminiLX never stock Established Member

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    Yes on a stock motor I'd stick with the Gen2/2R if you have it.
    -J
     
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    after 12 Excruciating months of build time and wallet molesting. I can finally say 2008 Gt500 FBO 10 percent lower 2.6 pulley stock HEATON. 646hp 640hp at 6k. Gen 3 Vmp incoming soon and full return fuel.
     
  10. Bad Mule

    Bad Mule New Member Established Member

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    Hey guys. Just purchased my 1 owner 14 GT500. This is the baseline pull a few weeks back. 617/632 from stock unmolested car or tune.



    2014 GT 500 Basline dyno edited.jpg
     
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    biminiLX never stock Established Member

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    If that’s bone stock, those are some serious SAE numbers! Shows why punching it at 3000rpm on stock tires is a very bad idea :)
    -J
     
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    Bad Mule New Member Established Member

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    J,

    I was lucky enough to meet the 1 owner. He was 74 years old. He ordered and bought the car cash. Put 27k miles on it driving around Fl and 2 trips to Ca. Said car never saw 5k RPM and the carfax shows oil changes every 6mo @ Ford. Nothing but Ford recommended services have ever been done to the car. It lived in their summer home garage in Saint Augustine Florida untouched aside from Ford picking up for services while they were in their home in Canada... NOW she will get the upgrades she deserves next week!
     
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    Very cool! What the mod plan?
    -J
     
  14. Bad Mule

    Bad Mule New Member Established Member

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    VMP triple pass HE
    Innovators West 15% OD balancer
    ARP crank bolt
    Metco idler pulley
    JLT induction kit - resonator delete
    Shelby blue oiled filter
    FRPP 65mm twin blade throttle body
    Brisk plugs
    UPR offroad X pipe
    Lund tune on my nGauge
    Stifflers FIT System

    I think that's it... LOL!
     
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    biminiLX never stock Established Member

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    Very nice, that’ll be some fun.
    One suggestion (other than gears and DRs :) ) is the crank bolt. You said ARP, so you may already be planning this:
    GT500 Crank Saver Stud Kit - KINETIK MOTORSPORT
    That’s the best way, and it’s worth the cost.
    Good luck, look forward to seeing the after post!
    -J
     
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    Old setup VMP R 2.4, 67MM TB, JLT 123, ID1050X, VMP BAP, Kooks LTs off road H With these mods made 680rwhp 638tq.

    Newly added L&M nsrs, VMP 72MM TB, DSS CF DS ( just putting in there because it was added at the same time.) I added a VMP tensioner because I had belt slip before. Now I am at 755rwhp 661tq @ 18lbs

    Pretty happy haven't gotten to drive it yet. Def sounds like I wanted it to and of course it raining here today so no pulls yet.
     
  17. Klaus

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    that is a very nice bump, you must be happy. 17 lbs on previous set up?
     
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    Wow that’s awesome.

    Reminds me of the 07 I bought with 6k miles on it.

    Driving home after I bought it, the factory shift light scared the crap out of me the first time I went WOT as it started flashing at 4500 rpm LOL.

    Old guys love to pamper their retirement toys.


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  19. Bad Mule

    Bad Mule New Member Established Member

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    @gimmie11s I can imagine! That would have freaked me out not knowing too!

    So here is a pull on a dyno I will be running Sunday. I wanted a before and after on 2 different dynos. This pull, my IAT2 was just over 130F (previous was 110F) from the drive over so the results from the above previous pull are pretty damn close to each other. I will make the after pass on this same dyno Sunday and follow up with the 1st dyno later.



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  20. gimmie11s

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    Beast mode!
     

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