http://www.compcams.com/ The guys at Pro-Dyno install a pair of stage one Thumpr™ Cams in a 2006 Ford Mustang. Watch the step-by-step installation process and hear the before and after difference in Exhaust note delivered by the nasty-idling characteristics of a Thumpr™ Camshaft.
COMP Cams® Quick Tech: Achieving Proper Rocker Arm Geometry
http://www.compcams.com/ COMP Cams® R&D Engineer, Bradley Brown, walks us
through the steps in how to calculate the right pushrod length for proper
rocker arm geometry that will lead to optimum performance, better
durability and maximum valve lift.
Mustang GT Dyno with 3 Valve Cams from COMP Cams
http://www.cpgnation.com Check out this Dyno run using the 3 Valve
Camshafts #127500 using SPR Cams & Phaser Limiters. Check out
http://www.compcams.com/3valve for more information.
COMP Cams® Quick Tech: How To Properly Handle Valve Springs
http://www.compcams.com/ COMP Cams® R&D Engineer, Bradley Brown, gives out
pointers on how to properly handle springs before and during installation
in order to maximize valve spring life.
FAST At the 2014 HRIA Education Day
FAST Sales Manager, David Page, talks about the FAST XFI Sportsman at the
2014 HRIA Education Day. Throughout the video, David explains the features
and benefits that the FAST XFI Sportsman has to offer.
More Mustang Power with a Cam Upgrade
We're putting a set of Comp Cams Thumpr Cams into a Mustang GT to test for an improvement
in both sound and power.
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COMP Cams How to Set a Valve Lash
Valve lash is the mechanical clearance in the valvetrain from the valve tip
to the rocker in a pushrod engine using solid lifters. Watch as COMP Cams
explain how to make lash valve adjustments with the proper tools.
N/A 347 Mustang with Anderson N-111 cam.
Here's a video of my good friend Travis's N/A 347" stock block LX. He
just got the car up and running earlier this year and is starting to get it
figured out. It has AFR 185 heads with a little port work, Anderson N-111
cam, and a Vic.Jr intake. I dont know the carb size but I dont think it's
much more than a 650cfm. Trans is a Face plated TKO-600 and the car has a
4.56 rear gear. He was running on a 28x10 e.t. drag but they were wore
out so even a 4500rpm launch rpm would still blow them off. This was a
10.8@129 pass with a 1.7x 60' time. Car weight is right around 2950lbs
with driver. It'll go 10.40's with a new tire.
Steph knows the best way to handle a camshaft!
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(p/n 66898) that's comfortable and easy to hold! Sounds so simple, but
you'd be surprised what other manufacturers call a "handle". For more
information about this PROFORM tool, and a ton of other engine builder
tools, visit ProformParts.com and click on Engine Builder Tools. Help
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2011 Mustang GT Borla Exhaust
This Mustang GT uses Borla
S-Type Catback Exhaust.
Sorry. Recorded at a parking lot, there was not enough road to accelerate
as it should be.
Thanks to BMC Extreme Customs (creators of the Black Mamba Hood)
This Stang is a 2011 5.0 manual V8 (don´t get confused with the different
emblems my car has) and I got inspired mostly on the 2010 Shelby GT 500
Thanks for watching and for all the major positive comments.
New Video http://youtu.be/Eg-bSpfpKlQ
Ford Mustang Aluminum Drive Shaft & Short Shifter Installation
Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to install a
Leonard Racing SpyderShaft aluminum drive shaft and a Steeda Tri-Ax short
throw shifter on a 2008 Ford Mustang GT.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/blog/1135/ford-Mustang-aluminum-drive-shaft-short-sh