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Old 05-29-2008, 03:01 PM   #1
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Im new to this site, seems pretty cool. Anyways i have a 1999 v6, with k/n CAI and True dual flow 40s. Can anyone give me a range of horse power my car has with this setup up so far?
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10 or so more than stock I'd guess.
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completely stock its 193 hp if im correct. any ideas to boost my hp from where im at now?
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Depends on budget. Underdrive pulleys are good bang for the buck. Lower rear end gears are going to give you the most noticeable improvement but they can get pricey with install.
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Welcome...check out this thread...it will give you a good idea of what to do.

http://www.mustangevolution.com/forum/t5654/
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oh wow,thanks for link. so how much horses do i have now?
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well stock is about 193 to the flywheel and thats about 130-140 to the wheels i would say the cold air intake is getting some more air in do you have high flow catalytic converters or just the mufflers. if just the muffler i would add about 10 hp
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If you have an auto I'd venture to say 150 or so to the wheels. With a manual probably closer to 160 at the wheels.
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What is some good set of pullies and where to get it?


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Mustangforums is owned by a bunch of n00bs, that's why. It used to be a division of us...
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Bang for buck I'd say udp. Gears will lower your mileage if you do allot of highway driving, maybe help if you live in a city. If you plan serious things in the future then a tuner would be good too. It would help to know your goals and driving style. Straight line accel? carving corners? And a budget too. I like carving so I aim less engine more suspension. A t-loc would serve both for you and most of the time I can get them in right without removing the pinion (or I've just been lucky) so long as the same gears are going back in. I got one used on Ebay, an install kit, and a rebuild kit (I'll be doing axle bearings too) for 200 total. Install time could be 2 hours from the time I crack the back cover to 6 if I have to re-shim the pinion a couple times. Just a thought.
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You have 165rwhp give or take 3....
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