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svtpnsh3r
07-23-2008, 03:32 AM
what parts would i need to change on my 1997 cobra to put a 2004 cobra eaton m112 s/c ???????? some people say that the heads are different , could i just put 2004 cobra heads on my 1997 cobra?..or is it just about the same to go with a kb s/c???03-04



mods
4.10gear
bbk long tube
o/r xpipe
flowmaster catback
short shifter
eibach sports line kit
king cobra stage 2 kit
03-04cobra wheels

SVTSnak
07-23-2008, 11:50 PM
I know I read another post here somewhere about someone asking that and someone even provided a list of EVERY part you needed to switch over. There were A LOT of parts listed. I think it ended up being better just to get KB one, but don't quote me on that. If I can find the thread again, I'll post it here for ya. :thumbsup:

svtpnsh3r
07-24-2008, 12:13 AM
thanks man that would be very help full
:thumbsup:

apicia
08-05-2008, 08:57 PM
what parts would i need to change on my 1997 cobra to put a 2004 cobra eaton m112 s/c ???????? some people say that the heads are different , could i just put 2004 cobra heads on my 1997 cobra?..or is it just about the same to go with a kb s/c???03-04



mods
4.10gear
bbk long tube
o/r xpipe
flowmaster catback
short shifter
eibach sports line kit
king cobra stage 2 kit
03-04cobra wheels
On a 1997 Cobra, I would get a Procharger kit with 3-core intercooler. Make sure you get the head unit with the curved blades and not the straight blades. You will make around 400rwhp and run in the low 12's. :baby:

Nosjunke
08-20-2008, 08:10 PM
On a 1997 Cobra, I would get a Procharger kit with 3-core intercooler. Make sure you get the head unit with the curved blades and not the straight blades. You will make around 400rwhp and run in the low 12's. :baby:
On that note, I have an 01 and went the procharger route. End up putting out 680/605 on 93 octane after the stroker was put in.
I personally considered this option and found that it would be less hassle and less money in the end to just run an after market piece that comes with everything.