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  1. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    Yes, it is currently N/A. Wanted to see what we could do with a "maxed out" combination before I ended up going to a twin-turbo setup.
  2. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    Yes. They are currently installed in the car right now. Waiting for my car to be finished up and ready for tuning and I'll report what my car ends up doing. Currently finishing up installing a Fore Innovations Triple-Pump Return System on the car.
  3. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    Some of it is just personal preference. I went with ARH because they offer a 2" primary option vs. only offering 1-7/8"
  4. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    Yeah, there simply aren't enough of these cars produced vs. the bajillion Coyote's that were produced and guys who are willing to spend the money to buy the cams, let alone pay for the labor to get them installed. It's actually not that terrible, but it needs to be done while you're doing OPG's...
  5. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    You'll definitely see a bigger gain on a boosted application with a 2" primary, especially at higher boost levels. I have not seen any dyno information comparing the power produced or gains seen between 2" primaries and 1-7/8" primaries so I have no empirical data to show you in regards to that...
  6. CobraCommander

    Lund E85r vs. Lund Flex tune

    You do not need to test the ethanol content of 93-octane gas if you are running a flex tune. It will sense/read what it is and allow for the appropriate level of timing. If you are using a dedicated E85 only tune, you definitely need to be testing the ethanol content of what you are potentially...
  7. CobraCommander

    Lund E85r vs. Lund Flex tune

    That's why you test it before you fill up to see what the ethanol content is.
  8. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    If you shop around and buy all this stuff at once, you can get these parts for way less, but here is your "retail" pricing breakdown: - ARH 2" L/T Headers with O/R X-Pipe and Cat-Back: $3,769.45 - JLT CAI: $349.00 - QA1 Carbon Fiber Driveshaft: $1,768.68 - Lund Racing nGauge with Flex and...
  9. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    Yeah, nobody cares about BHP. Nobody I know on the street uses BHP. It's about what you can put to the ground. This was 529rwhp, but it's STD - Smoothing 5: They don't show the correction factor that was used. However, based upon their other videos that do show it, I'm going to guess it's...
  10. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    35rwhp gain over stock #'s from E85 tune (And E85 that probably measured out 80%+ ethanol content) and JLT CAI with completely stock exhaust and no other mods: I mean how many examples do you want, LOL? E85 is going to allow you to run probably a good 4-5 degrees more of ignition timing over...
  11. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    You're short-changing the exhaust by quite a bit, especially if it's non-catted. Here is another example of the same setup as that first video, but just no JLT intake: Very similar #'s. E85 (Again, REAL E85, as in actually 80%+ ethanol content) is a game-changer on these cars and it allows...
  12. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    This is a pretty good idea of what you're going to make with catted L/T's, JLT CAI, and a 93-octane tune. To get to the 530rwhp+ mark, you're going to need E85, no cats, etc.
  13. CobraCommander

    Lund E85r vs. Lund Flex tune

    Things that are not good for the longevity of your motor.
  14. CobraCommander

    Lund E85r vs. Lund Flex tune

    The "Flex" tune simply adjusts timing based upon the observed ethanol content the wide bands see. The E85R tune operates under the assumption you have like 75%+ ethanol in there and puts more timing in down low/earlier. If you are running an E85 only tune, you need to be testing the ethanol...
  15. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    Since you are in TX like me, you'll just need to make sure that you have catalytic converters on the car when it is inspected and that it has no CEL's. As long as those two things are good, you'll pass any computer or visual inspection that's done on the car. I'm not sure on the particulars in...
  16. CobraCommander

    Headers?

    The gain from L/T's is going to be completely dependent upon what modifications you have on the car and/or are going to put on there. If you are not going to run E85 (Like really 75%+ ethanol content) then you're not going to see the kind of gains you're expecting it to have. These cars have a...
  17. CobraCommander

    700+ hp 5.2L flatplane voodoo

    Mini-Update: No way was I going to put the 2020 GT500 valve-covers on my car just as bare aluminum. I had a local friend of mine powder-coat them for me along with my stock STB.
  18. CobraCommander

    700+ hp 5.2L flatplane voodoo

    Cobra Jet will bolt directly on, but you will also have to buy a specific TB for it. Either a twin-bore or elliptical TB and also the Ford Racing Cobra Jet CAI to make it work. It may or may not fit under the stock hood so you'll probably have to lower the motor down to have enough clearance...
  19. CobraCommander

    700+ hp 5.2L flatplane voodoo

    https://www.cometic.com/applications/automotive/ford/dohc-modular-v8/52l-voodoo--315ci52l-v8 .040" is stock thickness. It appears Cometic has come out with several other options here in the past few months because when I bought mine, the only 2 options that were available were either .040" or...
  20. CobraCommander

    700+ hp 5.2L flatplane voodoo

    E85 is going to be the absolute key to making big power on these cars N/A. These are already 12:1 from the factory so increasing compression even further with a thinner gasket on pump gas probably is not a good idea unless you know for certain that the 93 octane you are getting is really sweet...
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