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    I used broader internals in the c4 I built for my bronco. It handles a 408 and 37" tires. No complaints.

    Whats your our reason for e85? Are you running really high compression now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mavereq View Post
    I used broader internals in the c4 I built for my bronco. It handles a 408 and 37" tires. No complaints.

    Whats your our reason for e85? Are you running really high compression now?
    I'm not going to be doing the E85 this year as I had planed due to some unforseen expenses. The compression is around 11.5:1. It will be fine on pump gas as long as I'm on top of the tune...I do plan on using at least a 150 shot of nitrous on this engine. I'm glad you've had luck withe c4...I spent a half hour on the phone with Jay at broader before I bought anything...he actually saved me a little money steering me away from something that I didn't need.
    1982 Mustang GT 460/c-4
    1979 Mustang ghia coupe...original 2.3 turbo 4 speed barn find


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    Fired up the new combo for the first time. It sounds a little angry!

    1982 Mustang GT 460/c-4
    1979 Mustang ghia coupe...original 2.3 turbo 4 speed barn find


    http://s316.photobucket.com/albums/m...zephyr%20pics/

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    That does indeed sound good!
    408/T5/3.73's

    We're not fast racers, we're more what's known as half fast racers.

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    I guess it's been quite a while since I've updated. I spent most of 2017 getting the car dialed in. September 2017, I had some catastrophic engine failure. Located a 466 short block that was used as a dyno mule and only had a few hours of run time. I swapped my heads, cam, and intake from my old engine. I made it to the track last fall...Right off the trailer, it ran a 10.70 @ 129. I also backed it up with another 10.70 and 10.72. Still on 93 octane! There is still a lot more left in it!
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    1982 Mustang GT 460/c-4
    1979 Mustang ghia coupe...original 2.3 turbo 4 speed barn find


    http://s316.photobucket.com/albums/m...zephyr%20pics/

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    1982 Mustang GT 460/c-4
    1979 Mustang ghia coupe...original 2.3 turbo 4 speed barn find


    http://s316.photobucket.com/albums/m...zephyr%20pics/

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