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Old 08-20-2014, 12:55 AM   #8551
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Evening Guys,

I received an E-Mail from M/T (Mickey Thompson) rep today I have been working with for over a year now.

The 305/35-20" Mickey Thompson Street Comp tires are suppose to arrive his location this week for (Final inspection/Quality Control).

Then they will ship ...........

So looks like I might very well have the new M/T tires on the Bullitt before I deliver it back to Brenspeed the 2nd week of September.


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Old 08-20-2014, 08:40 AM   #8552
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Back to Brenspeed? What's going on now?
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Old 08-20-2014, 08:49 AM   #8553
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Old 08-20-2014, 12:22 PM   #8554
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Rodney & Bob,

Below is the post I did earlier on here.
It covers what and why I am taking it back to Brenspeed 2nd week of September.
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The next set of Changes/Modifications to the Bullitt Mustang at Brenspeed ...

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Hey Terry. The car is looking better than ever. I'm curious why you're contemplating sending her back in under the knife. You've stated multiple times that this is just a street car, and believe me, I know this to be true. I just wonder why with 900+hp on tap you're wanting to throw more power at the old girl. I understand having the heads, and them being able to handle the extra power to make the most out of them etc. It seems like you would rarely if ever find an opportunity to use the full power of the car as it sits in it's current street trim with that much horsepower. In a racing application where chassis and tire setup can be adjusted to harness that kind of power, I could totally understand. Anyway, just curious. I guess if I had the funds and was that close to 4 digit hp levels, I might be thinking about going bigger too.

Garrett,

You know I have actually put off doing the post on taking the Bullitt back to Brenspeed.

I have been in somewhat daily discussions with Brent on that matter.

And that being said Brent & I have finalized as best we can on what is going to take place next.

So your timing could not be better for me to be actually be able to provide you and others with what's going on and why.

So instead of doing multiple posting I'll just explain what is going to take place at Brenspeed and that will at the same time answer your question.

I think most of you know that IMO Brenspeed/Brent and I have many years involvement with one another.

You might say my Bullitt which is also known as an S-197 Mustang is like a Test/Development machine with Brenspeed.

If your a Performance Shop with integrity like Brenspeed actually is.

You should be testing products and ideas before you go Hog-Wild selling them to the General-Public.

That's where a car like mine comes into play I think.

So moving right along below is what is going to take place once I drop the Bullitt off the 2nd week of September.

These next changes will coincide and work with what has been already completed recently on mine.

Brent wanted me to drive it and make sure everything they had done so far was working as it should.

Well it sure is working as best as I can tell.

So that being said it's time to go to the next step which will pretty much complete things I think as far as POWER enhancements.

I'll list the changes below and add Links to the items I can that are involved.

(1) DeatschWerks injectors 95lb (1000cc) Fuel Injectors.

http://www.deatschwerks.com/products/fuel-injectors/modern-muscle/ford/mustang-gt/1985-04-mustang-gt/17u-05-0095-8-393-detail

(2) Going from the 1 5/8" LT (Long Tube) Kooks Headers to the 1 3/4" Kooks LT Stainless Headers.

http://www.brenspeed.com/6022-134.html

(3) 2005-2010 Mustang GT KOOKS Catted H Pipe 3" Inlet and 2-1/2" OEM outlet.

http://www.brenspeed.com/6023-ch-3.html

(4) If Brent & George feel like it is not to LOUD after they (Remove) the cats they will stay off.

So basically that is a picture above of the same mid pipe with the cats on it, and we just slide out the legs and slide in legs that have no cats

If they feel it is to LOUD then the Kooks 3" Catted H-pipe W/Cats will be what I run.

(5) They are also going to port my supercharger.

There may be a few other things but I think that pretty much covers the next set of changes.


Well gang that's the deal for you that follow the Bullitt Mustang of mine.


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always something going on in Terry's world. Very cool....
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Cool Here we go (faster) again

Just when it was pronounced "done!".

Without a doubt, Terry has a terminal disease of moditius complicated by notfastis-eneff syndrome. Praying for recovery.
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Old 08-20-2014, 04:32 PM   #8558
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that syndrome is complicated by viruses, needusfourspeedus and cantis leevus alonus which are both potentially terminal if not treated properly.
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Just a thought, Terry. If you go from the 3" to 2.5" exhaust, with the massive amount of air you need to move, I would think it might be too restrictive.

As I stated before, the '11 and up use 2.75 pipes. I would guess that you could hook your off road H to that.

My guess is that taking the cats off will be too loud unless you add resonators.

If you did add the GT500/5.0 rear pipes, you might be able to use the newer axle back hangers as well and then look at using the GT500 axle backs which flow excellent and have a truly great sound. Right up there with the Borlas.

Just a couple ideas.
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So with all this new power will it still pass emission ?
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Just when it was pronounced "done!".

Without a doubt, Terry has a terminal disease of moditius complicated by notfastis-eneff syndrome. Praying for recovery.
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Well "Done" in my case usually always mean for right then.

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Hey I am treating both of them as frequently as I can.

Brenspeed is over 16 hours there and back so treatments are sometimes not real close together.

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Just a thought, Terry. If you go from the 3" to 2.5" exhaust, with the massive amount of air you need to move, I would think it might be too restrictive.

As I stated before, the '11 and up use 2.75 pipes. I would guess that you could hook your off road H to that.

My guess is that taking the cats off will be too loud unless you add resonators.

If you did add the GT500/5.0 rear pipes, you might be able to use the newer axle back hangers as well and then look at using the GT500 axle backs which flow excellent and have a truly great sound. Right up there with the Borlas.

Just a couple ideas.
Bob,

I'm not sure exactly how things are going to end up exhaust wise.

I think I will just wait and see on it to be honest.

I honestly doubt driving it on the street if I run the 3" into the 2 1/2" will make any difference at all.

Once you get to a certain power level I just don't think you can really tell the small difference in something like exhaust size.

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Eddie,

That buddy I don't really know.

It probably will though if I run the new Kooks High-Flow cats.

And more than likely I will end up with running those cats as it will just be to darn LOUD with No-Cats.

I have done a lot of reading about guys removing the cats and their Mustangs were instantly LOUD.

As in way to LOUD !!!

That's why I say more than likely I will end up running cats when I pick it back up this next time.



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