1/8mi 03GT vs 97GT supercharged

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  1. 281powered

    281powered Member

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    this is the diffrence between pi & non pi :eek:

    http://videos.streetfire.net/category/Ford/2/a2df9a3c-2523-44eb-a942-981901177480.htm
     
  2. yellowgt

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    I agree with the difference between a PI stang and a non PI stang but there's no way that green 97 was supercharged.

    I would of been a much different race if it was.
     
  3. jpajkos

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    +1 that green one was not supercharged. you would have heard the wind of the belt. I've have seen this video before.
     
  4. scarface

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    +2 Im going to tell you that 97 wasnt supercharged. PI is good, but unless he had a HUGE amount of mods, he wouldnt beat a SC non pi that bad.

    Just look at my sig. I have a non PI SC stang
     
  5. Lightning Struck

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    thats one slow SC's 4.6 ;D
     
  6. jpajkos

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    Scarface what blower setup do you have? I just did my PI motor swap see my sig. My next step is going to be a blower im thinking im going to go with a Novi.
     
  7. scarface

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    Novi 1000 @ 8 psi :)
     
  8. jpajkos

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    Nice setup what kind of power do you think I would be making with a Novi. I believe I can put a Novi 2000 on my application. Looking to get 11-13 psi of boost. Did you forge your motor at all? If not hows it holding up
     
  9. scarface

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    I was told by Ed Clark if I was to put my set up on a PI engine, I would be looking at around 500 wheel. you can get that kind of PSI out of a 1k, but I would suggest a 2k.

    I have blower cams that rob me of some of my boost. My SC is maxed out now with a 2.75 pully. I get 8 psi @6k, and I just added a powerpipe. Not sure what the boost is now, Im in the process of replacing my tranny.

    My engine is not forged, but I have a decent tune, and It isnt my Daily driver. I am going back for a retune soon for the powerpipe, and I have alky injection that I installed, I hope to be over 400 after that. I dont intend to do anything else to this engine, because I am saving to get a PI swap.
    Here are my mods..
    Paxton Novi 1000/2.75 pulley (2 sizes smaller than stock pulley)

    PI intake

    75mm TB &75mm plenum

    HP-292 cams- The specs per Houston Performance: 228/[email protected] 531/531lift 114lsa. Blower Grind.

    Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator

    MAC long tubes

    Magnaflow catback

    mac catless h-pipe

    42lb. injectors

    FORD 90MM LMAF

    255 intank fuel pump + Vortec T-Rex inline fuel pump

    MSD coil packs

    Taylor plug wires

    3:73 gears.

    EGR deleite

    untuned mods....SMC alky injection(disabled till next dyno tune)
    Anderson Power Pipe.
     
  10. jpajkos

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    Nice I have the complete PI motor swap. I took my motor from a 02 GT with only 43k on it. I put alot of new parts on it like whats in my sig and i added new rod bearings, coil packs, little stuff like that. When I buy my blower will it come with everything I need? I really would like to go with a Novi 2000. I won't have to forge my motor I hope. Ive seen videos of a stock PI motor with just a novi and it was putting out 450 at the wheels. All I want is a 450 horse power daily driver. SS's and z28s im not intrested in really just once in a awhile i like to give a z06 a good run for the money. Im going to work on suspension for awhile first.
     
  11. scarface

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    Most SC kits come complete. You may want to upgrade some of the parts, but they are a great starter setup. I would suggest looing into kits before you buy. I am a fan of the procharger setup, because of the intercooler. Either way you will be happy :)