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Old 01-12-2006, 08:45   #1 (permalink)
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little help mates

hey mates!!!!

i'm a yank in tennessee, usa.

i put a triton 5.4 3v in my 96 mustang gt. we can't get any info over here about its limits.

we also have no outlet for performance parts. basically we are screwed. i had to make everthing to get this thing in. extractors, cut apart and shortened intake runners, etc.

what kind of valvetrain durability are you fellas seeing with this crate.

i rev it to 5500. i don't have any rev limiter or anything else. also no VCT control for now. i am making a PWM controller for it. just one step to retard the cams a fixed amount. what are the limits of this thing? thanks -yank with a little power
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