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Shelby Mick

Supersnake Down Under

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Hi all.

Thanks for the add.

Proud owner of CSM 07SS 0136

And 427 Special Edition 043

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6 hours ago, Shelby Mick said:

Hi all.

Thanks for the add.

Proud owner of CSM 07SS 0136

And 427 Special Edition 043

51121266_1563143880484483_4797658806718824448_o.jpg

 

Hi Mick - Beautiful Super Snake. I like the addition of the clear marker light lenses and the deletion of the ambers, that makes all of the difference in the world for a clean look on the front of these cars.

When I hear "Down Under" I always think of two pictures I have in my archive............

SS_Cartoon.jpg

and........

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Congrats on a beautiful Super Snake!

R

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Welcome to TS.

Any under hood pics you'd care to share ??

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15 hours ago, twobjshelbys said:

Can't tell from the pic but did you have to do right hand conversion? 

The car is converted. Was already right hand drive when i purchased it.

I actually read some posts on here from previous owner who had it converted

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1 hour ago, 1 Alibi 2 said:

Welcome to TS.

Any under hood pics you'd care to share ??

Sure. Apart from RHD and relocation brackets i fitted because of poor anti_squat and traction issues, and 2 7/8 pulley i have noticed,  the car is original Shelby

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On ‎3‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 7:03 AM, Shelby Mick said:

Sure. Apart from RHD and relocation brackets i fitted because of poor anti_squat and traction issues, and 2 7/8 pulley i have noticed,  the car is original Shelby

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Mick - Your car appears to have an earlier build number at 136, but I see a Liquid Cooled S/C that I am guessing is a 2.8 (not a 3.2), when was this car upgraded to a Super Snake?

Robert

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On 11/03/2019 at 7:12 PM, 1 Alibi 2 said:

Welcome to TS.

Any under hood pics you'd care to share ??

Yes Robert. I am assuming is 2.8. From what i have read the 3.2 is identical to look at. So not sure. I think it was SS in 2008. Original owner was in California. And i have the original dyno which was 704 rwhp. Currently 698 on our pump fuel.

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21 hours ago, Shelby Mick said:

Yes Robert. I am assuming is 2.8. From what i have read the 3.2 is identical to look at. So not sure. I think it was SS in 2008. Original owner was in California. And i have the original dyno which was 704 rwhp. Currently 698 on our pump fuel.

" Most " Shelby owners are paperwork crazy, keep records on everything, yours must have been owned by that 1 in a 100 who didn't..

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On 14/03/2019 at 6:31 AM, Robert M said:

Mick - Your car appears to have an earlier build number at 136, but I see a Liquid Cooled S/C that I am guessing is a 2.8 (not a 3.2), when was this car upgraded to a Super Snake?

Robert

I replied to other poster Robert. Sorry..

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2 hours ago, 1 Alibi 2 said:

" Most " Shelby owners are paperwork crazy, keep records on everything, yours must have been owned by that 1 in a 100 who didn't..

I have a mountain of paperwork that came with the car.. Will have to look at it all.. Just enjoying the car at the moment

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On ‎3‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 7:28 AM, Shelby Mick said:

Yes Robert. I am assuming is 2.8. From what i have read the 3.2 is identical to look at. So not sure. I think it was SS in 2008. Original owner was in California. And i have the original dyno which was 704 rwhp. Currently 698 on our pump fuel.

The reason why I asked is because the Liquid Cooled feature was not on the KB S/C's from that earlier time period. Kenne Bell developed and later offered the LC feature on the 3.6 and then later on the 2.8 and then 3.2, so that is why I was asking. I believe (but am not positive) that a non-LC 2.8 can be sent back to Kenne Bell for a LC upgrade, but I am not sure what that cost would be.

It seems to me that the Liquid Cooled was first offered by KB in 2011 or so? <<I could be wrong.

Those are Nice HP numbers!

R

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On ‎3‎/‎17‎/‎2019 at 4:58 AM, 1 Alibi 2 said:

No KB expert but it looks LC to me, 2 lines to the left of the pulley in the pic..

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Yes, those are the LC lines to the left of the pulley. My car was shipped back to me in late Jan. 2009 and it was the 725 w/KB 2.8, it is not LC'ed. I don't remember seeing the LC option until Jim Bell's Grabber Orange 2008 Super Snake was featured in one of the Mustang magazines and they were doing a 3.6LC install. I was thinking the 2.8LC option came later? I believe Jim Bell's GO 2008 3.6LC install was in a 2010/11 Mustang magazine....I think...

R

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