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Old 04-08-2014, 11:10 AM   #1
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mach 1 blower?

Ok guys I love the look of the mustang mach 1 blowers on the 03 and 04 models and I have found a couple that are affordable but I know the mach 1 is a v8 and my mustang is only a v6. Is it possible to put this on my v6? Has anyone done it before or attempted?
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There's a kit for it on American Muscle for sixxers
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*Shaker.... Not a blower.

CDC Mustang Shaker System 105117 (99-02 V6) - Free Shipping
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My bad on the terminology I do see it says for 99-02 but I know there is the same body style from 99-04. Is there a difference in the engine or should it work on my 03
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And would I have to get a different hood?
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It should still work with yours, not gonna swear on it so make sure from someone else before you get it. You can use your stock hood but you'd have to have it cut for the shaker.
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Ok I will definately look into it. Do you know what performance wise it brings to the table? Would that be better than a cold air intake? Or can you do both and get even more? How does that work
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I've heard you have to use your factory intake for the shaker system, some people have done it with CAIs and modified it to work. I honestly can't tell you the performance gains on it because I don't have it. All depends on what mods you have on your car and the tune you have to tie it all together.
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You can get a v-8 one and build the brackets for it your self.
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My bad on the terminology I do see it says for 99-02 but I know there is the same body style from 99-04. Is there a difference in the engine or should it work on my 03

03/04 has a different hood.
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How hard would it be to build the brackets and is the good the only thing that is different?
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