I have a 1999 gt with saleen series 1 supercharger, cold ait intake, and under drive pulleys.... I was wondering which set of heads would be better with my set up 38cc or 44cc.... I would also like to install bbk long tube headers and o/r x pipe...
Asked by John K. from wahiawa | Comment 1 0
That will depend on how much boost you plan to run. The 44cc will have lower overall compression, so you can safely run more boost on pump gas. Either combo can be ran though and if tuned properly, be safe with that blower.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | 1 Comments 1 0
The cam that comes with this kit is 550/.550 lift on a 112 lobe separation 228int./230exh. duration, and the RPM range is 1500-5000 rpm.
Since this kit is for a 4.6 2V Engine, it does come with the followers, and lash adjusters.
Answered by Tim R. from Hewitt | Comment 1 0
You can install both on a stock short block and it will last for a little while. How long will depend on your tune and driving habits. Its really recommended to go with a forged bottom end any time you start adding boost to the equation.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 1 0
Unfortunately we do not sell a 4.6 forged short-block. You could run this on your stock engine without the turbo for a while until you get a new short-block and still have some fun.
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | Comment 1 0
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