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Old 9/11/17, 07:19 PM
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More mods to go with the Edelbrock SC on my 4.6L.. added the Roush 3rd link AntiWheel Hop kit.... added a MGW shifter... added a Shaftmasters Alum One Piece driveshaft... all installed by my boys at Watson Racing. Great mods, everything as expected and a professional insto job by Watson....!!!
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Old 9/12/17, 07:30 PM
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Better lower control arms will help if that UCA doesnt completely fix wheel hop. Do you have wider wheels, with really good tires already? That can make a huge difference. Upgrading your radiator might be a good idea with all the extra heat a SC will bring. A full headers back exhaust should let you make a little more power while lowering your boost
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Thanks for your info. So far so good on the wheel hop. Stock tires and stock wheels... (P255/40/R19). The SC has its own intercooler, but are you suggesting an upgrade to the factory radiator/cooling system? Right now I'm running 5lbs boost and I'm happy with the performance, anymore HP and I've got to be concerned about my internals....
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Factory radiator upgrade, yes. If and when you upgrade the wheels/tires you will find out more on the wheel hop, as more traction can bring it back out.
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