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Old 11-03-2006, 02:16 PM   #111
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Why dont you guys put this much effort into something to make power on your cars

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Not sure what you mean. I noticed a big difference in both low rpm and (esp.) upper rpm performance. I haven't dyno'd it or anything but do plan on it in the near future. I definitely feel it was worth all the effort!
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Old 02-28-2007, 10:12 AM   #112
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bump for some updates. thinkin about doin this myself
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Old 03-01-2007, 11:12 PM   #113
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nice writeup, I just bought an SVT intake manifold cause I was planning on doing this myself as well. Now I have all the info on parts needed before I start, Thanks!!
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Old 08-24-2008, 04:01 PM   #114
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Old 08-24-2008, 04:14 PM   #115
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^^You have an SVT what do you need it for, lol.

I'll see what I can dig up.

btw, I have done the swap and it isn't to complicated.
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Old 08-25-2008, 10:24 AM   #116
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And STILL no dynos to back up anything..........
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And STILL no dynos to back up anything..........
but it will have to make some sort of differance either way wouldnt it? i mean its a completely different design so its either going to hurt or help the big question is which right?
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Dbl posting? Is it allowed here?

I'm in the middle of this swap as well onto my ZX2.

My question: Do the ports line up for you focus guys or do you have to port the stock head out to take advantage of the larger runner openings on the SVT manifold?

The stock zx2 manifold ports are aprox. 27MM X 44MM while the SVT is 33MM X 46MM. The SVT comes in at a slightly higher angle and is approx 2mm high for the "floor" of the ports. I removed the metal inserts in the flange and mounted it to the head and the floor lined up nearly perfectly. I'm currently in the process of porting everything so it matches.

I'm waiting on a valve spring compressor that I ordered from the MAC tool guy at work. I'm getting oversize valves and all that stuff but figured I'd start on it. I have around 2 hrs on the 1 intake port and 3 hrs on the 1 exhaust port. Exhaust port is opened to 1.5" to match my header... This is my first time doing this stuff and just using it as a learning experience. If it all works out great, awesome, if not, Fffffff Uuuuuuuuuu and a waste of money HAHA.


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Mount inserts removed, picture down runner showing what needs to be removed and that the floor is nearly perfect. After removing the slight hump just inside and the texture, it lines up great.




Nearly done:




Much larger looking now:

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Old 11-06-2008, 09:30 PM   #119
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Dbl posting? Is it allowed here?

I'm in the middle of this swap as well onto my ZX2.

My question: Do the ports line up for you focus guys or do you have to port the stock head out to take advantage of the larger runner openings on the SVT manifold?

The stock zx2 manifold ports are aprox. 27MM X 44MM while the SVT is 33MM X 46MM. The SVT comes in at a slightly higher angle and is approx 2mm high for the "floor" of the ports. I removed the metal inserts in the flange and mounted it to the head and the floor lined up nearly perfectly. I'm currently in the process of porting everything so it matches.

I'm waiting on a valve spring compressor that I ordered from the MAC tool guy at work. I'm getting oversize valves and all that stuff but figured I'd start on it. I have around 2 hrs on the 1 intake port and 3 hrs on the 1 exhaust port. Exhaust port is opened to 1.5" to match my header... This is my first time doing this stuff and just using it as a learning experience. If it all works out great, awesome, if not, Fffffff Uuuuuuuuuu and a waste of money HAHA.


Scribed showing material that needs removed...




Mount inserts removed, picture down runner showing what needs to be removed and that the floor is nearly perfect. After removing the slight hump just inside and the texture, it lines up great.




Nearly done:




Much larger looking now:



hey that is a good way to port your stuff. !! wish i could also port mine!
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IMRC upgrade

I've been reading alot about this an i need some real answers. I have a 04 SVT focus with the 2.0 zetec. I cant feel or my IMRC engaging but if the car is running and my friend takes it to 5600 to 6000 or so i can see it move. is it working? what is the normal engagement for IMRC? please help!!!! also, does the msd rpm activated switch and tach driver install work on the base svt? I love my car but want it faster.
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