Newbie - slow coyote

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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby CB900F » Sat Feb 07, 2015 10:20 pm

forcefedcoyote wrote:Link to his setup? Nah, Jason rice and I will be doing the converter install.


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2013 Gray Mustang 5.0
Twin 60mm Turbo's
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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby forcefedcoyote » Sat Feb 07, 2015 10:45 pm

Does he sell them somewhere? I'm kind of interested. Not even sure if I need a trans brake lol


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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby CB900F » Sun Feb 08, 2015 8:55 am

forcefedcoyote wrote:Does he sell them somewhere? I'm kind of interested. Not even sure if I need a trans brake lol


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He will be at the next tacos event. He just finished his, and I'm sure he can make more. Much cleaner than anything else I've seen.

Trans brake comes in handy when you want to get the max out of your stall and the brakes won't hold. Example: Stocm stall. If you hold the brakes you can get it to stall to a max of 1800 before the tires start to move. Transbrake will allow you to get to 2200 (real maximum of stock stall).
2013 Gray Mustang 5.0
Twin 60mm Turbo's
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http://Youtube.com/600PlusRacing
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