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Fast Eddy

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About Fast Eddy

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    Northern Plains
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    Driving Fast, Walking Fast, Golfing Fast, Eating Fast, Playing Music Loud
  1. Greetings, I just recently removed my stock supercharger that I had upgraded with a pulley & dyno tune, and installed a new Ford Racing 2013 TVS Supercharger with fuel injectors. I also had the car dyno tuned after words. I have BBK SS X pipe cat backs w/ Steel Works SS exhaust and mufflers. The car also has a JLT cold air intake. The upgrade to the new supercharger has given me terrific power and my car is running great. However, since the new supercharger was installed, while down shifting, I get the nice rumble I like, but I also get a load popping backfire noise that pisses me off. If I keep the RPM'S less than 2000 it does not happen. Anything over 2000 RPM’S and look out. My mechanic says it is some fuel that gets blown into the cat backs that is firing. This did not happen prior to changing out my upgraded stock supercharger for the new Ford Racing TVS. Can I remove the cats to eliminate the problem? I just hate that loud backfiring noise. There are no other issues, and again the car is running great. Please advice. Thanks, Fast Eddy
  2. Greetings, I have a 2008 GT 500 and I have done the usual upgrades. I am currently getting 535 rwhp. AVFRAING 2.6 Blower Pulley, Idler, CAI upgrade 127MM Custom Dyno Tune JLT Cold Air Intake Canton IC Reservoir Thinking of upgrading to the Ford Racing 2013 TVS Supercharger Kit and required injectors. I need some feedback on this. I'm getting really good pricing if I jump on this right away. Are any additional upgrades required-Clutch and Drive Shaft. Is it worth the money? Thanks, Fast Eddy
  3. I have the Shaker 500 stereo with the 6 CD changer player. I do not want to swap it out for an after market stereo. What can I do to my stock stereo system to get deeper, louder and better sound out of it?
  4. WOW!!! My head is spinning. So it is better to use a non oxy premium rather then a 10% or 15% ethanol blend premium. And a non oxy will not hurt the engine of my 2008 GT500? Can you also use those octane boosters that come in the bottles at the auto part stores and add it to both non oxy & ethonal blended premium?
  5. Hi Have a 2008 GT500 stock engine, and I have been using 93 octane premium that contains 10% ethanol. Our non oxy premium gas in my area has an octane of only 91. Can these motors run on non oxy gas? I thought that they were desined for ethanol and had catalitic converters. Corn is food and should not be used as fuel. DRILL BABY DRILL !
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