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Old 05-02-2013, 11:08 AM   #21
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Looking good man. Looks similar to the work I had done on my dart 225's, picked up 5mph in the 1/4 over the darts out of the box.
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Regardless of who is supplying the cores, Advanced Induction is the entity that performs the Quality Assurance, takes final measurements, makes sure the heads are up to spec, etc. Advanced Induction also uses Manley Race Master Stainlelss Steel 2.00" & 1.575" Valves. I already have the Brian Tooley Racing .660 spring kit, so those will just be transferred over to these beauties.
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Looking good man. Looks similar to the work I had done on my dart 225's, picked up 5mph in the 1/4 over the darts out of the box.
Nice man. Who did you have work over your heads?
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Nice man. Who did you have work over your heads?
A buddy of mine who does a lot of the local lsx cars, just a one man shop so to speak. He does good work, on par with any of the good headwork ive seen on here.
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Will you be dynoing the car before and after or getting some track times? I wasn't able to get on the dyno but like I said I ran the car before and after and it was a substantial gain with similar weather and track conditions.
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Will you be dynoing the car before and after or getting some track times? I wasn't able to get on the dyno but like I said I ran the car before and after and it was a substantial gain with similar weather and track conditions.
Well, here's the thing. A buddy of mine that lives down the road has a Mustang Dyno at his shop. This mother ****** is a true "heart breaker", as he recently had a dyno day and many people got their feelings hurt. I could give two ***** about dyno numbers, but I would like to do a pull as the car sits now and then another pull after the heads, new clutch kit and bigger injectors go in. I'm going to do my best to make that happen because I too am curious what gains these heads will make.
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Well, here's the thing. A buddy of mine that lives down the road has a Mustang Dyno at his shop. This mother ****** is a true "heart breaker", as he recently had a dyno day and many people got their feelings hurt. I could give two ***** about dyno numbers, but I would like to do a pull as the car sits now and then another pull after the heads, new clutch kit and bigger injectors go in. I'm going to do my best to make that happen because I too am curious what gains these heads will make.
I fully agree with you, dyno numbers mean nothing. I just meant as a tool to see the difference. I did eventually put my car on a dyno, and on a mustang dyno it made 405whp, funny because before the headwork it made 420whp on a dynojet and only trapped 114 lol.
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Yep, the dyno will be a great tool and the only real way to see exactly what gains I'm going to get from these heads. I've seen Advanced Induction CNC'd 243/799 heads pick up 40-50 rwhp and Phil feels the AI Dart/RHS heads will be worth anywhere from 10-15 rwhp more, so we shall see.
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I didn't mean to muck up your thread Nate.

Heads look great!
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Well, here's the thing. A buddy of mine that lives down the road has a Mustang Dyno at his shop. This mother ****** is a true "heart breaker", as he recently had a dyno day and many people got their feelings hurt. I could give two ***** about dyno numbers, but I would like to do a pull as the car sits now and then another pull after the heads, new clutch kit and bigger injectors go in. I'm going to do my best to make that happen because I too am curious what gains these heads will make.
Sweet, keep us posted, congrats.
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Thanks Martin and Predator-Z. I'm looking forward to seeing how good these heads perform. With 11.25:1 compression and the Torque Max Stage 2 cam, I think this thing is really going have amazing under the curve power, and with the heads being at 223cc and with the valve events of the cam, it's not going to carry power up to at least 6300 rpms.
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I take 2 weeks off, and...

**** JUST GOT REAL!
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I take 2 weeks off, and...

**** JUST GOT REAL!
As real as you want it to be.

Did you ever get a FAST 102/102 combo?
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Hell no. I JUST got my new 17x11's installed. I plan on a retune from Geoff though in two weeks when I get back in. Wife gave me the ok
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Hell no. I JUST got my new 17x11's installed. I plan on a retune from Geoff though in two weeks when I get back in. Wife gave me the ok
Nice, im gonna have to walk over and say hi this time.
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Hell no. I JUST got my new 17x11's installed. I plan on a retune from Geoff though in two weeks when I get back in. Wife gave me the ok
I think I've asked you this before, but with the FAST 92/92, you can use the stock fuel rails, correct? It basicallly just bolts on in place of the LS6 intake without the need of anything else, correct? Can I reuse my SLP lid?
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curious how these compare to the AFR225's
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I think I've asked you this before, but with the FAST 92/92, you can use the stock fuel rails, correct? It basicallly just bolts on in place of the LS6 intake without the need of anything else, correct? Can I reuse my SLP lid?
Yeah the 92/92 bolts right on, you will need the allen head valley cover bolts and the ls6 coolant crossover tubes to replace the stockers that run under the manifold. You can do a quick search on here to see a how to that shows part numbers and pics.
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Pretty much what Beave said. You CAN use your LS1 4 ports, but you've gotta clearance the steam tubes a bit. Slightly oval them.

Yeah, I was talking to Geoff last time I was there about your car. Looked clean!
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I'll be curious to see how they do. I send anywhere from 15 up to 30 sets of stock casting to A.I. per yr and have recently been looking at some more budget minded aftermarket castings as another option. You can only do a 241 or 243 headed engine so many different ways.

Dart put such a bad taste in my mouth when they first hit the seen. A few yrs ago I used 1 set of "out of the box" castings that made "8" (read again, EIGHT) more HP than a stock untouched 241 cyl head. Needless to say I was very disappointed and the owner of the vehicle was livid.

I'll be looking for those results.
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