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Old 08-15-2011, 01:10 PM   #1
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Im buying my first mustang, i was wondering what ideas or suggestions you all had for a BONE STOCK 1995 mustang cobra thanks
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Im buying my first mustang, i was wondering what ideas or suggestions you all had for a BONE STOCK 1995 mustang cobra thanks
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CAI and full exhaust!...easy must have first modz!!..
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And maybe a short throw shifter.
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Old 08-15-2011, 04:17 PM   #9
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Im buying my first mustang, i was wondering what ideas or suggestions you all had for a BONE STOCK 1995 mustang cobra thanks

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Old 08-15-2011, 06:38 PM   #11
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1. CAI
2. Exhaust
3. 3.73 / 4.10 rear
4. Pulleys
5. Throttle body
6. Bigger Mass Air / injectors
7. HCI Swap

Thats how I did it or if you have the cash then go ahead and order everything lol!!!
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Old 08-15-2011, 06:46 PM   #12
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1. CAI
2. Exhaust
3. 3.73 / 4.10 rear
4. Pulleys
5. Throttle body
6. Bigger Mass Air / injectors
7. HCI Swap

Thats how I did it or if you have the cash then go ahead and order everything lol!!!
I thought cobras came stock with under drive pulleys?
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Old 08-15-2011, 07:20 PM   #13
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They might have idk that was 6 years ago when I did that! I just finally got around with building my new motor
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Good ideas thanks, def a cai and full exhaust, now my next question, x pipe or h pipe? And shorty or long headers?
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Good ideas thanks, def a cai and full exhaust, now my next question, x pipe or h pipe? And shorty or long headers?
The mid pipe is more of a sound preference, but there is a little more hp out of the x-pipe. You will definitely get more power out of long tubes, but it's a lot of work to get them in.
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The mid pipe is more of a sound preference, but there is a little more hp out of the x-pipe. You will definitely get more power out of long tubes, but it's a lot of work to get them in.
Oh stop , ITS EASY TO put long tubes on a 5.0 !!!
try doing them on a 4.6 DOHC ,
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Oh stop , ITS EASY TO put long tubes on a 5.0 !!!
try doing them on a 4.6 DOHC ,
Maybe compared to a 4.6 lol, it's still a good bit of work over shorties or equal lengths.
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Maybe compared to a 4.6 lol, it's still a good bit of work over shorties or equal lengths.
Just bustin' Balls i guess I've done so many over the years they seem easy to me ....
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Just bustin' Balls i guess I've done so many over the years they seem easy to me ....
I figured you were, I've done two sets and cursed my way through them. Made the decision then to not fool with them anymore.
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