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Lt1 Vs. 5.0 Cobra

This is a discussion on Lt1 Vs. 5.0 Cobra within the LT1 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; My buddy has a 94 cobra with a 347 stroker, and I have an lt1 with underdrive pulleys, headers, y ...

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    Lt1 Vs. 5.0 Cobra

    My buddy has a 94 cobra with a 347 stroker, and I have an lt1 with underdrive pulleys, headers, y pipe, computer tuned, shift kit, cai, tb bypass, 3" cutout going to a one chamber with borla tips, mass air ported and descreened, no egr or air pump, new tr55s and 8.0 plug wires. All i know about his car is that its stroked. Does anyone think I would have a chance?

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    Well if he's got a 347 stroker he's not a 5.0 anymore! I had a 95 Cobra, it wasn't stroked by I had full bolt on's and I never won against any LT1. I think this should be close. Good luck...

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    If the 347 is relatively mild, and running like one should (ie., propertly set-up and tuned), I'd bet on the 347. You might be at 300rwhp and weigh about 3,500lbs or so. The 347 should be making more power and the 94-95 body should weigh a few hundred lbs less than the FBody. I've seen street-driven M5 NA 347s trap in the 108+ range out here (crappy DAs), with the more built ones running in the 115-range.

    But.....with that said....anything can happen on the street. Good luck

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    The car is supposed to run 7.90s with a 150 shot, so im thinking 8.90s on motor. I think mine should run that. By the way this is an 1/8th mile track.

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    You don't know much about that Cobra, apparently. If he has gears and good tires, you will prolly be in the rear view. I am looking at it from a Fox 5.0 point of view, if those mods were on a fox, then you would be in for a good race, which you might very well lose.

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    Depends on the h/c on that setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by METALBEAST View Post
    Depends on the h/c on that setup.
    If he bothered to put a stroker in it, then he prolly put a big cam and good heads on it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roastem View Post
    If he bothered to put a stroker in it, then he prolly put a big cam and good heads on it too.
    Thats the logical thing to do, but then again people don't always do what is logical . The above post said the Cobra ran 8.9s on motor in the 1/8 if I am reading that right. Thats not quick.

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    7.90's on a 150 shot is pretty damn slow for the mods on the Cobra. If it was set up right, it should be mid 7's at around 95 mph or so.
    Last edited by Roastem; 06-29-2006 at 08:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roastem View Post
    7.90's on a 150 shot is pretty damn slow for the mods on the Cobra. If it was set up right, it should be mid 7's at around 95 mph or so.
    Amen to that

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