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Ryan Kelly's '94 GT Update
Pensacola, FL

The last time my car was on here was (a while ago) and since then I have
graduated high school and completed half of my freshman year in college. I
have also added a lot of mods to my car.

New mods are:

BBK 70mm Throttle Body
Edelbrock Performer Upper and Lower intakes
Edelbrock 6037 Heads (1.9 intake)
Flowmaster American Thunder Cat-Back
Ford Racing 1.7 Roller Rockers
Ford Racing Tall Valve covers (Black powdercoated)
Steeda Lowering Springs
Steeda Cobra R hood
Steeda Strut Tower brace
Trick Flow 1" spacer

Mods already on car:

BBK Cold-Air kit
BBK Aluminum U/D pulleys
BBK Shorty headers
2 1/2" Off-road H-pipe
Castrol Synthetic fluids
FMS Aluminum Driveshaft
FMS 3.27 gear
FMS '98 Cobra wheels (17x8)
Kuhmo Supra 255/45/R17's
Ford Racing plug wires
Hurst Short-throw shifter

This is a very unique engine. It is a buddy of mines, JC Johnson, who built
it. He is an official Ford nut. Owns about 35 Fords ranging from fully
restored Falcons to a '98 Cobra and all sorts of engine parts, very rare
parts at that, like the heads on this 429 of his, one of three that he is
building at the moment. These heads are 1 of 8 pairs ever made. An
experimental set. Notice where the plug wires are coming out of the valve
cover. The oil pan alone on this engine costs around $2,000. I thought it
was an interesting motor, so I wanted to show it.



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