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Old 04-16-2012, 09:32 AM   #1
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I read on AM that if you buy pacesetter LTs only a pacesetter mid pipe will fit
Same with bbk LTs to bbk shorty mid
Etc. is this true?
Because I want to run Pacesetter LTs, pypes offroad x-pipe and then flow 40s as the mufflers and have a shop install it all up.

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Nevermind ignore this thread I found what I need
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Old 04-18-2012, 02:33 PM   #2
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Go with the H pipe, the X will make it sound like a ricer.
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Old 04-18-2012, 03:04 PM   #3
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Go with the H pipe, the X will make it sound like a ricer.
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Go with the H pipe, the X will make it sound like a ricer.
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Old 04-19-2012, 02:11 PM   #5
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I just need them to make my Y-pipe an H pipe then. I decided to just get a quick exhaust set up and finish the exterior mods.
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Do you have future plans for it or just keeping it simple with bolt ons?
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Old 04-19-2012, 03:31 PM   #7
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No look at doing a m112 S/C
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Old 04-19-2012, 03:35 PM   #8
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Oh gooooood, you can run the m90 with that exhaust set up and stock internals. Just food for thought lol
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Old 04-19-2012, 03:37 PM   #9
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Probably doing a full built engine with the m112 S/C with low psi
Looking to make 400-450 rwhp
I'd even be happy with 350rwhp

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Oh gooooood, you can run the m90 with that exhaust set up and stock internals. Just food for thought lol
I thought the m90 was only for the single ports?
I have an 02(don't I have split?)
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Ahhh didn't know you had an 02, but yeah you should definitely get 400rwhp out of her with that plan. Especially if you get staged heads or stroke it to a 4.3. But yeah youre right, you have the split port.
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Probably doing a full built engine with the m112 S/C with low psi
Looking to make 400-450 rwhp
I'd even be happy with 350rwhp

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I thought the m90 was only for the single ports?
I have an 02(don't I have split?)
Easier said then done. Ive got an 03 cobra and with a full exhaust and 13psi i made 430 to the wheels. 400 is alot of power to obtain especially with low boost to an engine that size!
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Ahhh didn't know you had an 02, but yeah you should definitely get 400rwhp out of her with that plan. Especially if you get staged heads or stroke it to a 4.3. But yeah youre right, you have the split port.
Gonna finish my exterior mods and replace my carpets and have my upholstery guy cover my seats in Leather with grabber blue inserts to match the paint job,
Then throw on a 7.5 t-lok and 4.10 gears(should hold 400? I wont be racing it. I hear that the 7.5 is way under rated and I could do an 8.8 swap just don't feel like it. And then start with internals or throw on the SC.

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Easier said then done. Ive got an 03 cobra and with a full exhaust and 13psi i made 430 to the wheels. 400 is alot of power to obtain especially with low boost to an engine that size!
Yea but stock 6ers of my year with the boost at 8 psi all stock are making 275. I'd be happy with 350 to say the least.
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Easier said then done. Ive got an 03 cobra and with a full exhaust and 13psi i made 430 to the wheels. 400 is alot of power to obtain especially with low boost to an engine that size!
Yeah with the v6 you have to basically upgade the whole motor to achieve v8 power, and with the m112 you can gain 60-90hp not including the bolt ons that are needed to support that power.
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Right. 350 would be pretty easy....just that 400 plateau is not easy with out cash and the right parts!
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Gonna finish my exterior mods and replace my carpets and have my upholstery guy cover my seats in Leather with grabber blue inserts to match the paint job,
Then throw on a 7.5 t-lok and 4.10 gears(should hold 400? I wont be racing it. I hear that the 7.5 is way under rated and I could do an 8.8 swap just don't feel like it. And then start with internals or throw on the SC.

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Yea but stock 6ers of my year with the boost at 8 psi all stock are making 275. I'd be happy with 350 to say the least.
The 7.5 can't hold that much, I wouldn't run more then 250rwhp. The 8.8 is really you're best bet because of all the torque you'll be producing. Do you have the automatic?? Cuz 4.10 on the 5 speed will be a little over the top if you're not racing it.
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Yep it's an auto, and even with an auburn t-lok is can't hold more than 250?
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Yep it's an auto, and even with an auburn t-lok is can't hold more than 250?
With the aurburn yeahhh I'd feel 80% more comfortable with that because that's a good strong tlok.
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Okay so if I did the auburn t-lok with 4.10s should it be able to hold quite a bit more?
And if I did the aluminum drive shaft(which I've heard is 2x more strong than stock and lighter) should I be okay?
And what about tranny mods?
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Okay so if I did the auburn t-lok with 4.10s should it be able to hold quite a bit more?
And if I did the aluminum drive shaft(which I've heard is 2x more strong than stock and lighter) should I be okay?
And what about tranny mods?
With the auburn tlok and 4.10s you should be able to hold 350rwhp, I've heard good and bad from the aluminum driveshafts, I know it frees up about 3rwhp but I wouldn't run one with a SC or Turbo. Your stock t5 can handle the power but I'd put a centerforce clutch kit in and even a lighter flywheel.
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Clutch kit and fly wheel on an auto? I'm new to trannys
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Wow, my bad bro. I had my head up my butt and forgot you had an auto. Only thing you can really get for that is a hammerhead shifter and a upgraded torque converter. This is a little more difficult, but invest in a 6 speed. With the 5g you're gonna invest in the engine, why not do the same for the tranny?
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Old 04-19-2012, 11:39 PM   #22
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Hammerhead shifter? Where can I find that?
And I know tq converter(what's the best? They have one on A.M. A 3,000 rpm tq.)
I was highly confused when u started talking clutches and stuff lol I was like an auto.... I that isn't possible. Maybe I'll take my car to the tranny place downtown and ask them to beef it up. only other thing I can think of is a shift kit(j-mod is kinda the same?)
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Hammerhead shifter? Where can I find that?
And I know tq converter(what's the best? They have one on A.M. A 3,000 rpm tq.)
I was highly confused when u started talking clutches and stuff lol I was like an auto.... I that isn't possible. Maybe I'll take my car to the tranny place downtown and ask them to beef it up. only other thing I can think of is a shift kit(j-mod is kinda the same?)
If you've been on A.M then they should have the hammerhead, its realllll tight. If not there's JEGS if you've ever heard of them. That torque converter sounds about right, especially if its from A.M but just make sure its not a OEM replacement. Oh and the hammerhead is a shift kit
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Old 04-19-2012, 11:42 PM   #24
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Did you just quote me and not say anything? Lol
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Old 04-19-2012, 11:50 PM   #25
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Old 04-20-2012, 12:02 AM   #26
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Hmm.... It said u did.... And then it reposted it and had what u commented? Odd...

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Found the B&M hammer shifter been wanting that for a while now, they didn't have one for the 99-04 models when I started looking at them, must have come out and I missed them
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