2019+ Voodoo Changes

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  1. svttim

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    You have a valid point but, it would be a good indication
     
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    Does anyone have a part number for arp head studs for the 19up Gt350 / 20 gt500 block??
     
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    MMR or Beefcake have them as well.
     
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    MMR shows a different PN for 5.2 vs 11-12gt. Also shows another part for 19up 5.2
     
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    Yeah
    I noticed that . The pre 19GT350’s use a shorter 12 mm head stud . It’s “custom made “ by MMR .
    Note sure why they are showing different part numbers for the 11-12 GT , 18+ GT and 19 and up GT 350/GT500 but they use the same ARP part .
    That’s the head stud I used in the “predator” block in my Hellion car earlier this year .
    They were on back order for a long time then and delayed the final assembly of the long block but I believe they are available now .
     
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    Probably order the 19up 5.2 part from MMR and see what shows up.
     
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    Bought a 2019 Dark Grey GT350 yesterday. The invoice on it said "Job #2", as they wouldn't let me look under the coil cover for the code

    Sticker on the door shows 02/19.


    I confirmed the new motor with the sticker when I brought it home: IMG_20191228_164251.jpg b01707702315494ca50933b27ab9d2c0.jpg
     
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    You got motor number 8. I’ve not seen one that low of a number. All 19’s have a 19 motor.
     
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    Thanks! Just wanted to share what I know and found for the database :)
     
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    You're buying a $60K car and they wouldn't let you look under a plastic coil cover?

    With the engine issues some of these have had how could they blame you?

    They're lucky you didn't walk.

    You're engine was built February 5th, 2019.

    It was the 8th engine built that day.

    That is the 2019 GT350R motor (KA 555) that folks commonly call the Gen 2 Voodoo.

    Bed those Brembo's right and they won't squeal.

    Put a passenger side catch can on it ASAP to keep oil out of your intakes.

    Most would recommend changing that factory fill at 1000 miles.

    Congratulations and enjoy!
     
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    Which part indicates exact build date and engine built that day?
     
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    The bottom line of the engine tag:
    "19" refers to 2019
    "036" is the 36th day of 2019 (February 5th)
    "220" is a check digit of some sort that we've never been able to figure out
    "008" is the 8th engine produced that day
     
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    Just looked at mine. 039 (Friday 8 Feb)....001.

    Thanks for the translation.
     
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