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i thought sanders was femal

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i thought sanders was femal

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Ty it's so much fun to drive, but around town it cruises just like a stock one.
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Little late to the party there. Is the Turdenbird still rolling hard?
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Little late to the party there. Is the Turdenbird still rolling hard?

Nope it's in the shop again cuz it blew up
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Nope it's in the shop again cuz it blew up

How bad?
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On a scale of 1-6, how many rods did it throw out the bottom of the block?

Been there, done that. Hell, even made stickers and sold them back in the day

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How bad?

Actually it wasn't that "bad" really, just after I had the car for maybe 5 days and the daily high temp dropped dramatically (from 80s to 50s) I thought I could hear something which I figured was either a small boost leak, or detonation.. sure enough the next day I noticed a ton of blow by coming out of the catch can's vent. I bought a compression tester and a leakdown tester, started going cylinder by cylinder and eventually came to #4 which was definitely low on compression and had like 65% leakage lol.

So the car's been sitting back at the shop for 6 months waiting for the engine to get pulled and torn down to see wtf happened. On the plus side though, we are gonna do the swap to the split port heads from later year 3.8s (from 99-04 Mustangs, Windstars etc) and intake manifold which is a dramatic improvement over the original SC heads + early model intake manifold that is on it now.

Personally I think the basic culprit was just too much timing for the boost levels, that possibly became exaggerated when the temperatures dropped significantly and the car was definitely feeling a LOT faster with the much cooler fall air. Idk if that's how the relationship between boost + timing + air temperature even works though, but it seems like that's what happened.

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Idk if that's how the relationship between boost + timing + air temperature even works though, but it seems like that's what happened.

Cold air + Boost = denser cylinder fill, which leans out the A/F ratio. If your timing was locked or knock sensor didn't work the way it should, that's a recipe for toasting a cylinder. I blew my first Rod out of my Lightning because it was a 37 degree night in Florida and my tune was on the edge already with A/F. Only took one full pull to the top of 3rd Gear to lean it out to the point it exploded.
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On a scale of 1-6, how many rods did it throw out the bottom of the block?

Been there, done that. Hell, even made stickers and sold them back in the day


Yeah buddy. Now we're 3.
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