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Old 01-11-2011, 06:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Madmax305
Here is the motor to my Mach-1. These quad cammers are great motors, BUT they are more expensive to work on. I am able to do most of the work to the motor my self. I had a shop change the engine out for me, (I'm old and lazy, but I did put the supercharger on). A lot of younger guys in my car club are very capable and they have pulled engines, changed cam, etc, etc. These engines are great, they're tuff, will turn 7200 rpm's all day long. You can data log and adjust several engine perameters on just a SCT hand held programmer. These engines burn so clean, you could eat your lunch behind the exhaust. I have four tunes saved. My street tune is for 91 craptane, 15lbs boost and 570rwhp. The other tunes are for race gas only. These engines are completely different than the old push rod style engines. Both style of engines have their pros and cons....
Your first post had me a litle confused, I thought you replaced your 4.6 w/ a small block 5.0

Glad you clarified it, that install looks awesome!
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