So this is what we did at the The Shop on Friday. Going to make big power with this one.
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Now that's interesting. Hopefully you can come up with a fix for that whining noise.Well, some interesting parts. Good and bad. Might have found our whining noise from the trans. Looks like an issue with the way Ford installed the pilot bearing. More details to come.
Well we won't no for sure until our motor is done and back in the car if the whining noise is gone. But we did find a failure in the pilot bearing when the factory mated the trans to the motor. We documented it for Ford to review.
Stock clutch is crap and shows heavy wear already. The tune limits the amount of torque that can be applied by limiting rpm. This keeps the stock clutch healthy under most conditions. Looks like Ford wanted a light clutch set up for a quick rev. at the sacrifice of applying torque. We found several other under built items to save weight and rotating mass. Ford really took a different approach to this motor.
Now on to build the motor and solve some weak issues. BTW, when the car is completed and tested it will go up for sale. In case anyone is interested in having the ultimate GT350. We will gladly discuss details with potential buyers only. Car will make appearances in early spring.
do you really thinks he gives a rats obama about a warranty?I'm following your thread and very curious to see what you come up with.
Does any of the items that your doing, automatically void the warranty?
do you really thinks he gives a rats obama about a warranty?
Hey Rodney,If you read Ford's warranty they can void it the 1st time your car hits the track. Any proof it has been raced, like photos or whatever is grounds to void warranty.
Of coarse, as soon as you pull the motor, warranty is surely voided!
Now as far as using some of our knowledge and parts we hope to bring to market, maybe not. Right now we are working with an awesome clutch company to hopefully offer an upgraded clutch.
An upgraded clutch will not void warranty. If you purchase a tune from us, typically if you remove it before service it does not cause problems. Cold air kits, exhaust work typically does not.
I will be emailing Ford today about our trans noise findings. Interested in their response. Meeting with our clutch manufacture today also. Motor has been torn down and we are making decisions on what internals we are going to use. Will most likely be 4 weeks or so before the motor is back together. We have other work in the shop to complete also! I will try to post a few times a week, if anyone has questions just pm me direct.