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Old 05-17-2005, 04:02 PM   #1
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Wuz up. As u guys already know i an 03 v6 auto mustang. It has a fenderwall CAI and dual flowmaster 50 series. Here is my list : 3.8 Ported Upper Intake Manifold, 3.8/4.2 Ported Lower Intake Manifold, 3.8 60mm Halfshafted Throttle Body, Harland Sharp Bolton 1.80:1 Roller Rockers, and underdrive pulleys. All of this expect the pulleys from coming from rpm-mustangs. I am doing all this because these are easy to put on. They just bolt on right???????? Tell me what u guys think??? How HP should i get out of this??? Thanks
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RR's are almost useless without getting heads too, might as well cam it
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Old 05-17-2005, 05:40 PM   #3
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skip the RR's and even the TB, you won't need any.

the intakes and pulley will help, save up for gears/tlok and/or a cam.
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u have a 60mm tb right now...

just save up for the cam and have your upper intake milled out to 65mm and then upgrade to the GT tb
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i will probably just get upper and lower intakes from rpm mustangs and underdrive pulleys. Then later in the summer i will get 3.73's and T-Loc and SCT chip
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i will probably just get upper and lower intakes from rpm mustangs and underdrive pulleys. Then later in the summer i will get 3.73's and T-Loc and SCT chip
That sounds like a good plan
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until you have WAY more power than stock a TB is pointless, so is a MAF
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They just bolt on right????
i'd consider the manifolds a little more than just "bolting right on," but yea...
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headers are worthless unless you are flowing ALOT more than stock, say 300bhp~ or so
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It's not really a matter of power but how much you have opened up the flow of your engine and eliminating the restrictions.
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until you have alot of power putting high flowing headers/exhaust and all that may hurt you if you go to free flowing... got to keep that velocity up.
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I usually tell people to avoid headers until you get heads/cam...at that point the exhaust becomes a restriction.
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Yes that is correct.
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yes that is correct.. you did say it
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