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Here is a pic of the car on the Dyno plus a cell phone vid of the dyno run...it is not that great of quallity but you get the idea...



Video
http://s140.photobucket.com/albums/r27/cmanley99/?action=view&current=01f66ee1.flv

Exhaust Vid before I picked up the car
<a href="http://videos.streetfire.net/video/c7e19d39-a1ed-4724-a21d-4c62b32ff1d3.htm" target="_blank"><img src="http://thumbs.vidiac.com/c7e19d39-a1ed-4724-a21d-4c62b32ff1d3.jpg" width="115" height="86"></a><br><a href="http://videos.streetfire.net/video/c7e19d39-a1ed-4724-a21d-4c62b32ff1d3.htm" target="_blank">91 T-Bird SC exhaust</a>

The car is at home sitting right now...I am working with Dallas Mustang to get the issue resolved and get the car fixed since they were responsible for the headgasket blowing.
 

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Christ it sounds like a jet taking off!
 

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You fixed yet?

We need to see this car.
 

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well, the car will not start...I have yet to tear down the motor because I am dealing with Dallas mustang as we speak. They will either pay to have the car repaired or repair it themselves to my specs...I will make sure it gets done. If I dont get satisfactory results from them, I am off to court...Also, it may not be a headgasket...it seems more and more like a broken rod cap...something came apart due to them running it on the dyno...after more investigation on to what they did, it seems they put too much timing into the car without watching the boost gauge and thier are signs that alot of detonation ocured and that is what caused it to go. I will keep you all updated on this.
 
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