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Old 05-06-2012, 01:57 PM   #1
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Hello.i recently purchased a 1995 mustang last month(first mustang) and after driving it for a problem free month I'm comfortable with the idea of imprroving performance and under the hood.The car is stock and it's a v6.It does need shocks though and I have a brand new pair of KYB excel g front shocks but I'm not sure if their compatible with the car.anyways I'm glad to here and hope to get to know you guys better.good bye.
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Welcome! Let us know if you need help! I'm new to it all so also learning but under the hood I would start with a cold air intake! Maybe some other routine maintainance stuff.
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Welcome to the both of you then.. You made a good choice on joining the family and this site you'll learn more than you ever thought post a question everyone will be more than happy to help ... Basic upgrade CAI and exhaust .. But there is plenty of ideas and choices
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Thanks!Thats what I was thinking.Im completely new to this car so I'll have to look at the available options.but the cold air intake is definitely a start.
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Seeing as you just got the car about a month ago, heres what i recommend (if you haven't already) before you start slapping on a whole bunch of mods, do some basic maintenance on the car first. (plugs, wires, oil change, top off the fluids, and if you want go for a performance coil pack that never hurts either) it may not give you a whole bunch of performance gains you're looking for but i can almost guarantee you it'll run a whole lot better. Especially if they plugs and wires haven't been changed in a long time.
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Old 05-06-2012, 04:34 PM   #6
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Seeing as you just got the car about a month ago, heres what i recommend (if you haven't already) before you start slapping on a whole bunch of mods, do some basic maintenance on the car first. (plugs, wires, oil change, top off the fluids, and if you want go for a performance coil pack that never hurts either) it may not give you a whole bunch of performance gains you're looking for but i can almost guarantee you it'll run a whole lot better. Especially if they plugs and wires haven't been changed in a long time.
^ agreed ! and welcome . plenty of v6 love here.
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Save up for a tuner also... It will let you get the max out of your mods.
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Lowering springs and rear sway bar
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