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whoa! thats one RED HOT Saleen! Welcome to the forums btw!
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whoa! thats one RED HOT Saleen! Welcome to the forums btw!
Thanks for the compliments! It is great to finally find this forum to find out more info on Saleen equipment and events going on.
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Thats awesome man! What kind of stuff did you have to do to the car to get the 4v to work in it?
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Thats awesome man! What kind of stuff did you have to do to the car to get the 4v to work in it?
Pulled the old 2V engine w/T45 and installed the 4V engine w/T56. I used ALL the original wiring for the 2V with some minor modifications. Saleen computer with a Cobra flash. Used the dual Cobra fuel pumps and tank. It was a easy engine and transmission swap but the wiring and tuning was the real PITA. Just dropped the tank today to find one bad fuel pump so I'm in the process of replacing it.
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Beautiful! Welcome, and thanks for sharing the pics of your amazing build!

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Very Cool!
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Thanks for all the compliments. I want to make it look the best that I can. I have done all the work by myself. What a PITA to align an engine and trans while trying to raise the trans, lower the engine, operate the cherry picker then bolt here and bolt there. All in all the efforts that I put into it make it more of a accomplishment. I have learned so much since this install and was a great experience. Would I do it again? Heck Yeah... any takers, just kidding. I can provide info if other people want to attempt to do this type of conversion. No write up as of yet but maybe later when I can get more time.
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Might I inquire who embroidered your headrests? I have cobra seats in my car and was considering doing that exact setup or having the inserts redone with saleen in them. Your car looks great! Any plans to upgrade the terminator motor?? I hear it calling for a kenne. ;)
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Welcome!

And that is sweet!!!
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Pretty much the best of both worlds, in my opinion. Cobra power and Saleen styling.

I wish I had $6000 laying around... ;)
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Might I inquire who embroidered your headrests? I have cobra seats in my car and was considering doing that exact setup or having the inserts redone with Saleen in them. Your car looks great! Any plans to upgrade the terminator motor?? I hear it calling for a kenne. ;)
I had the headrest embroidered by a guy about 5yrs ago. I will see if I can find the info for you. I might upgrade to a Whipple from Ford Racing if more money comes my way but until then I will just have fun driving it like this.

Thanks for all the great compliments. Anyone notice the 05 steering wheel?
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Pretty tricky way to get a Saleen Cobra. :)

Which motor is that, exactly? I'm just curious. A couple years of hording cash/tax returns would pay for a FRPP motor....
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Pretty tricky way to get a Saleen Cobra. :)

Which motor is that, exactly? I'm just curious. A couple years of hording cash/tax returns would pay for a FRPP motor....
It is a 03 Cobra Terminator w/T56 transmission. I'm suppose to be pushing 500Hp but will see when I get it dyno tuned after I fix the fuel pump problem.
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I wish I was busier at work. Ebaying and looking at engines/parts is going to ruin my bank account if my willpower ever gives in.
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So now that you've done the conversion....which hood are you using? I figure the supercharger snout would hit the saleen s/c hood, so my guess is a cobra hood.

Also...which clutch did you go with to upgrade?

If you had posted this about a year ago...I might have taken you up on the offer to do another conversion!
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I wish I was busier at work. Ebaying and looking at engines/parts is going to ruin my bank account if my willpower ever gives in.
FUD - Yeah eBay is ruining my bank account also. I have purchased way to much stuff from there since I joined some years ago.

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So now that you've done the conversion....which hood are you using? I figure the supercharger snout would hit the Saleen s/c hood, so my guess is a cobra hood.

Also...which clutch did you go with to upgrade?

If you had posted this about a year ago...I might have taken you up on the offer to do another conversion!
Eviligloo - I'm still using the Saleen heat extractor hood, plenty of room under there for the Cobra stuff. It came with a McLeod clutch that was already installed. I used the 03 Cobra engine and T56 w/aluminum drive shaft.
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Your Saleen looks great! Thanks for sharing photos.
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Your Saleen looks great! Thanks for sharing photos.
Thanks, Looking forward to taking more once the weather gets better here in Va. Always raining and inconsistent weather.
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Not wanting to come off weird but just wondering if this car was converted by you from a GT? It looks very accurate but the engine bay plaque looks like one from an earlier year and like its engraved, also the shifter plaque is missing. It doesnt take anything away from the car at all,its beautifully done, I was just wondering for my own personal curiousity.
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Not wanting to come off weird but just wondering if this car was converted by you from a GT? It looks very accurate but the engine bay plaque looks like one from an earlier year and like its engraved, also the shifter plaque is missing. It doesn't take anything away from the car at all,its beautifully done, I was just wondering for my own personal curiosity.
Your not coming off weird or anything. My car was converted by me and I don't claim it to be a real one. With this said, everything I mean everything is 100% Saleen w/receipt's. The only thing that is missing are those two things. If it was to be side by side with another one you would never know the difference (which I have been). I don't care if I get flame sprayed or anything because this is how I wanted it to be made into. I will not half @ss like some others do, then claim it as one to sell on eBay. Not trying to be defensive but I take pride that I built it.

I have had my car since new in Nov 2000 and have worked hard to make it into what it is today. Thanks for the compliments on how it looks.

Oh and the ID badge does say replica on it so there is no mistake in whether it is real or not.
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Not at all. You did perfect. And i think those who go all out on the saleen styling with a blank page (IE starting from scratch with their own gt) end up with a better finished product then a bone stock saleen! I didnt even notice until coming back to stare at it since its so well put together and such. Anyone that would have anything negative to say is a fool. :)
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Not at all. You did perfect. And i think those who go all out on the Saleen styling with a blank page (IE starting from scratch with their own gt) end up with a better finished product then a bone stock Saleen! I didn't even notice until coming back to stare at it since its so well put together and such. Anyone that would have anything negative to say is a fool. :)
Thanks! I appreciate the great feedback. I know that some people are negative towards other that make their cars into a manufactured style. I have seen alot that are half @ss trying to pass as real ones and I can see how owners of the real ones would be quick to call them a "Faleen". If I were to take my car to Saleen in Irvine and if they were willing I bet I could get a number for it but that is dreaming. Until then I will just be happy with my ride and drive it till the wheels fall off.
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Thanks! I appreciate the great feedback. I know that some people are negative towards other that make their cars into a manufactured style. I have seen alot that are half @ss trying to pass as real ones and I can see how owners of the real ones would be quick to call them a "Faleen". If I were to take my car to Saleen in Irvine and if they were willing I bet I could get a number for it but that is dreaming. Until then I will just be happy with my ride and drive it till the wheels fall off.
You have every right to enjoy this car you created and be proud of it -- she's beautiful!

Don't go to Irvine -- the company basically shut down California operations by late 2008. And unfortunately, no matter how good the conversion, they didn't serialize cars that didn't come off the regular production line.

But again, she's beautuful, and you should be proud!



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You have every right to enjoy this car you created and be proud of it -- she's beautiful!

Don't go to Irvine -- the company basically shut down California operations by late 2008. And unfortunately, no matter how good the conversion, they didn't serialize cars that didn't come off the regular production line.

But again, she's beautiful, and you should be proud!
Once again Thanks for all the great compliments! Yeah I knew about Irvine, I was just saying it would be great if they would have done that. The plant in Troy is by my in-laws and when we visit I go there to check out the new stuff.

I'm very proud, Thanks again!
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Installed my new rear control arms:







This is an updated pic of the engine bay:


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Some pics from the Wild Wheels Weekend Show:





Had to put the top up for the ride home since it started to rain. Won two awards while I was there:


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Outstanding looking car!!!! I have one question. How hard was it to switch out the steering
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Very Nice!!!
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The swap was kind of easy just had to do some cutting, welding and wiring. It is a subtle change that the average person will not notice.
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How is the gauge cluster with the 4V motor rpms wise? Also do your dash gauges read everything accurate? Guessing its boost and intercooler temps? love the thread,wish i could steal that 2V from ya. Have you always had magnaflow tips? on your rolling shot with the top up it looked like thicker rolled edges. thanks
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wow!! very nice ride she came out great!!!
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Outstanding job!
I really noticed a difference in my Rear Control arm change as well! I removed my Quad shocks when I upgraded my Control Arms. Hope you like it!

What sway bar is that?
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How is the gauge cluster with the 4V motor rpms wise? Also do your dash gauges read everything accurate? Guessing its boost and intercooler temps? love the thread,wish i could steal that 2V from ya. Have you always had magnaflow tips? on your rolling shot with the top up it looked like thicker rolled edges. thanks
The gauge cluster works like normal and all reads accurately as a analog gauge can except the speedometer which is about 10-15mph off.

My dash pod gauges work the same as on the 2V but are hooked to different places to get the same readings.

The engine and trans are for sale but I am selling them as a combo.

In the rolling shot I use to have the Chicane exhaust but since the Saleen Magnaflow center exhaust came available I swapped it out.
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wow!! very nice ride she came out great!!!
Thanks for the compliment!

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I really noticed a difference in my Rear Control arm change as well! I removed my Quad shocks when I upgraded my Control Arms. Hope you like it!

What sway bar is that?
I noticed a big difference to. I was going to remove the quads but didn't know how much of a suspension performance gain I would get.

The rear sway bar is OEM, I just sanded and painted it to match the rest of the parts. I think it came out okay looking.
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Unbelievable car! Looks great
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Here are a couple of pics of Steve signing my car at the June 19th, 2010 Bob Bell Ford show in Glen Burnie, MD:



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LOL, bump to my thread.
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what rear rotors do you have and also where did you get the trunk lid saleen mat?
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I have Rotopro's, not sure if they are available any more. Had them for about 6yrs now. The trunklid mat... I made it.

I made these also:




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Dude the trunk mats are awesome... you should make them and sell them.
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Thanks for the compliments! I have sold a couple but not trying to make an income off them.
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Codered..you should do a group buy on the mats! They are very nice!

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Codered how much you asking for a trunk mat?
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if i ever save up for a 03 04 motor with a t-56 and such im gonna drop that and my car off at your house.... sound good?
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Sounds good, I would do another one if the opportunity came up.
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I had the headrest embroidered by a guy about 5yrs ago. I will see if I can find the info for you. I might upgrade to a Whipple from Ford Racing if more money comes my way but until then I will just have fun driving it like this.

Thanks for all the great compliments. Anyone notice the 05 steering wheel?

Yes I did, one of the first things I noticed. Does the airbag work? How did you adapt the hex wheel to fit the spline drive of the column. I was wanting to do this to my '98. Great work!!!
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What gauges are in the pod? Also what gauge is on the steering column? Is the car running in the picture because two the gauges look out of sync?

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