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Old 01-22-2013, 02:56 PM   #1
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Hey whats up guys well I have had my mustang for about 3 months, and I wanna start adding parts to make it nice, ride smooth,and a little aggressive. The only thing that I have done to my car is a dual exhaust and today my CAI should arrive in the mail. Any suggestions on what else I could do. Thanks. Btw I'm not a car guy & I don't know much about them but I'm getting hooked quickly so I'd appreciate the help. Thanks once again.
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use our search feature or just check the v6 section...usually we get a thread like this 2-3 times a day so you can find lots of reading material. welcome to the site and post pics
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Like 1slosix said search the threads and you will find alot of good info and also check out the stickies at the top of the page. But since youve already put duals and a cai... your car is going to sound more aggressive.. so why not make it look more aggressive!! And also get a better ride With some lowing springs
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Hey whats up guys well I have had my mustang for about 3 months, and I wanna start adding parts to make it nice, ride smooth,and a little aggressive. The only thing that I have done to my car is a dual exhaust and today my CAI should arrive in the mail. Any suggestions on what else I could do. Thanks. Btw I'm not a car guy & I don't know much about them but I'm getting hooked quickly so I'd appreciate the help. Thanks once again.
performance chip & vtec stickers for some hp and torque. slam it and get a giant spoiler for handling....nah but 1slosix said. that search bar is your best friend. or google
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performance chip & vtec stickers for some hp slam it and get a giant spoiler for handling.
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so mario did you see any threads you may have questions on?
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If I already had duals and a CAI I'd definitely look into tuning my car next, but that's just my opinion.
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If I already had duals and a CAI I'd definitely look into tuning my car next, but that's just my opinion.
if your car has some high mileage a nice little tune up along with the will definitely bring back some lost power.
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if your car has some high mileage a nice little tune up along with the will definitely bring back some lost power.
+1 that was the first thing I did.
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Crowned1 has a very good point. Tuning up my car definitely brought mine back to life again. I'd probably do that before anything.
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