ProCharger - time to add HP
Posted 22 March 2012 - 01:38 PM
519 RWHP / 484 TQ Taking bets on when the bottom end will die....
Posted 22 March 2012 - 05:14 PM
The stock clutch won't last you long so you might as well put in a twin disc now and be done with it. My first clutch replacement was a SPEC Stage 3+ single disc unit which was nothing but problems and once it was removed at 1,000 miles, the Ford mechanics said it was "toast." I then went with a Ram clutch, Force 10.5, which was highly recommended by a local Mustang mod shop. Interestingly, this Mustang shop refuses to recommend or use SPEC clutches anymore due to the many issues they have had with their clutches and poor customer service at SPEC. They now prefer, and recommend, the Ram twin disc to all their GT 500 customers as a replacement clutch.
Also, McLeod is another clutch that seems to be well constructed and has been around forever.
Edited by springer, 22 March 2012 - 05:19 PM.
2008 Shelby GT/SC convertible, 5-speed
Supercharger conversion by SAI, 550 HP Whipple Kit
Engine: FRPP Hot Rod 4.6L, installed by SAI
Shelby Baer Extreme brakes, CS 69 wheels
Shelby installed Revan heat exchanger
Shelby installed Diablo Predator tune
Posted 22 March 2012 - 06:32 PM
FRPP Whipple 550 supercharger kit with 11 psi boost
Carroll Shelby autographed airbag cover
GT500 alloy wheels that were powder coated with high gloss black
Goodyear Eagle F1 tires 255/45/18
305/40/10 Nitto NT555R drag radials
Berg snake center caps
Berg snake steering wheels cap
Berg snake faux gas cap
Berg snake headrest covers
Berg snake arm rest cover
Berg snake dead pedal
Shelby SC Gauge pod
whipple fuel relocation kit
GT500 front Brembo Brakes
Raxiom black tail lights
Raxiom Black retro headlights
Drake sequential tail lights
MMD Black mirror covers
MMD GT350 black window cover
Lower billet grill
Dupli-color rear brake caliper paint
3:73 FRPP gears
Borla extreme axle back exhaust
new hood scoop
Shelby one piece driveshaft
BMR lower control arms
Shelby adjustable panhard bar and brace
Shelby Artehouse Shelby GT Carroll Shelby signed print with my CSM # and COA
Posted 23 March 2012 - 05:24 AM
Installation went smoothly - the clearance issue discussed above can be bypassed (somewhat) by "clocking" the transmission as it is removed/reinstalled. In other words, you have to twist the transmission (clockwise or counter-clockwise, I can't remember which) as you remove/reinstall.
My Trademark - Don't even think about using it!
In Memory Of Willy T
Posted 23 March 2012 - 10:13 AM
2007 Shelby GT #3184, Saleen SC Stage 3 with 3.2 or 3.0 pulley (street/strip),Mosaleen tensioner system, Moroso Coolant tank, Moroso Intercooler tank,Shelby Engine Cap set, UCA,LCA,BMR A arm Brace, GT4 Wheels, Nitto NT555's, Brembo GT 500 Front Calipers Hawk pads, Brembo Slotted Rear Rotors Hawk Pads, Goodrich Stainless lines, MGW shifter, Pypes LT headers w/off road X pipe,Borla Touring Mufflers, FRP 3.73's, BMR adjustable Panhard Bar/brace , Steeda shaft loop, JLT 110mm CAI, FRP valve Covers, Brenspeed tuned. 12.425 @ 114.63 4800 feet on Nitto 555's, 492 RWP, 469 TQ.
Posted 23 March 2012 - 01:02 PM
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Posted 23 March 2012 - 09:31 PM
1 track day
clockwise as you remove
counter clockwise when installing
Edited by Lgs ShelbyGT, 23 March 2012 - 09:32 PM.
2007 Shelby GT Black 07SGT1717
E-force w/FRPP CAI (450 rwhp/443 rwt), McLeod RST, FRPP radiator, Brembos & SS lines, KR r axle reservoir, Steeda LCAs, Roush Off Road axle backs + other stuff
Hot on the shelf to install: Fays2 Watts Link, FRPP front brake cooling ducts, GT500 splitter, UPR catch can (how to mount it...)
1965 Mustang - 289 4brl, 4spd, Pony Pack, factory traction bars (1968-1971)
1968 Mustang California Special - 351W 4brl with Shaker hood 426HP
line lock, cool can, Shelby suspension upgrades, etc (1973)
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