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Old 10-27-2011, 10:14 PM   #1
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bolt on help!!!!

I'm lookin to spice up my motor some this winter. But just mainly exterior stuff. No cam heads n intake till next year. Lookin for some power adders that I can do over the winter. Lookin at injectors ,maf, throttle body. My motors stock so what size of these should I get?
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70mm throttle body
24lbs with a cobra maf
An do a little bit of timing adjusting and that should free up a few horses (:
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Old 10-27-2011, 10:27 PM   #4
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Got some tips on the timing?

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@wnt2gofst. maybe next winter. I like the way u think tho.
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I believe that factory is set at 10 degrees, you can crank it up to the 12-14 advanced range or until you hear spark knock then ****** it a degree or 2. But you also have to run a higher octane fuel. But it's free power on the plus side.
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What about new coil n all that? Male any difference?
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Old 10-27-2011, 10:36 PM   #7
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What year is your car?
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1991 5.0
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Old 10-29-2011, 09:25 AM   #9
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I wouldn't waist money on bigger injectors. I'm running heads, cam, and intake on stick injectors. I would keep them stock unless u go over 300 at the wheels, as far as throtle body goes I wouldn't spend alot of money on one for now. I would suggest advanceing the timing, getting some gears, and ditching the smog pump. A free flowing intake and exhaust is always good
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If you're wanting to do external mods start with a cai, an ignition system upgrade, and a full exhaust. I would also advance the timing as trickflow said but it's not recommended to go past 16* advance. You can take out your smog pump and it's components and get a shorter belt to bypass it. Also get a maf housing off of a 94-up mustang v6 or v8 and use your sensor. 94-95 is easier because the 96-up require an adapter for the flange style.

I wouldn't worry about getting larger injectors till you get a h/c/I combo on your car along with a calibrated maf for whatever size injectors you run.
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Old 10-29-2011, 10:16 PM   #11
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Re: bolt on help!!!!

I see many Mustang owners recommending to upgrade the ignition on mild 5.0's.
I have also seen many opinions from these owners on the validity or "need" to do this.
From what I have learned over the years the stock 5.0 ignition is actually pretty good and does not really require an upgrade until you get into higher HP or use forced induction which raises the cylinder pressure.

That being said, upgrading the ignition system early has also been one of my favorite first mods. I have found that upgrading to a MSD ignition system (my personal favorite) makes my vehicles start better, idle and run smoother. However I have never really noticed any power increase. I am sure there is a small increase, but it is just not really noticeable to me.

So, IMO you choose whether or not you want to perform the ignition mod early or wait until you need it.
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Old 10-30-2011, 03:00 AM   #12
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1986 - 1993 Mustang 5.0 Single Turb…1986 - 1993 Mustang 5.0 Single Turbo System$1,475.00
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- 400-650 Rear Wheel HP Package
- 67mm Precision Turbo Upgrades Available, $649
- IN-STOCK AND READY TO SHIP DAILY NOW!!!!
Damn that's seems like a great deal I wonder what install would be like time and what no

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Damn that's seems like a great deal I wonder what install would be like time and what other little things I'd run into
Install time will depend on your level of mechanical knowledge and abilities.

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"As you can see from our list of parts included in this kit, it is all the hard components that you need to install the single turbo system on your car.
A lot of people email to find out what in addition to the turbo package they will need to finish off the install. We offer a calibrated On 3 Performance/Pro-M mass air sensor kit, our CNC machined MAF bracket, pigtail so the MAF is just plug and play, 255 Walbro fuel pump with install kit, as well as the remote mounted oil filter relocation for $364. As for fuel injectors, we have multiple options on them, prices starting at $205 - $349
If you wanted to completely finish off the install with a mail order tune, our custom burnt chips start-up tunes are available as well from $179. These still will require a dyno tune to ensure the chip is spot on but it a great starting point so the car is up and drivable."
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A tubular k member is needed for their turbo kit if I remember correctly.
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A tubular k member is needed for their turbo kit if I remember correctly.
I didn't see anything about that on their site.
Do you have a link or any information pertaining to that?
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Plus cut off cat convert, it's not legal but adds horses and sound, but don't do it if u live n California or states that check the amount of exhaust u put out bc if they check for that u won't pass inspection, but I live n WV and they don't check that's y I did it
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I looked into the kit for my 2001 Bullitt and that kit requires a tubular k member, but it looks like foxes don't require one.
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I looked into the kit for my 2001 Bullitt and that kit requires a tubular k member, but it looks like foxes don't require one.
That's because we're special.
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That kit almost makes me wana sell my v3 1500 for a full turbo kit that's sweet with no extra mock ups needed next stang for sure are the sn95 similar in price I couldn find on there website m I retarded lol I noticed on that install u have to move oil filter
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That kit almost makes me wana sell my v3 1500 for a full turbo kit that's sweet with no extra mock ups needed next stang for sure are the sn95 similar in price I couldn find on there website m I retarded lol I noticed on that install u have to move oil filter
They are the same price.
When you click on the link and the site pops up, just select your year Mustang and click on it. When the screen refreshes scroll down.

On3 Performance - SN95
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Old 11-01-2011, 02:12 AM   #22
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Kinda sketchy about that set up.
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That kit almost makes me wana sell my v3 1500 for a full turbo kit that's sweet with no extra mock ups needed next stang for sure are the sn95 similar in price I couldn find on there website m I retarded lol I noticed on that install u have to move oil filter
U can prolly use the same kit thats for the 93 fox but ull need to change ur hood (ive found most power adders for foxbodies that they say u can only use up to 93 is because of hood clearience and the strut brace change those 2 things and u can use power adders for all fox's on 94-95 mustangs) about upgrading ignition its not a bad idea ive personally done it but beware of msd quility control seams to have gone down hill i had to switch back to the stock coil after my msd coil burnt out in 5000k id say go to ford racing and get the 9mm plug wires and a set of platnum coated quad prong plugs then advance ur timming to 12 deg (or get a bama chip that does it for u) and run primo in it if u do a chip put a cold air intake on as well and crack ur timing chain cover off and replace the chain with a gear drive assembly ( instantly feels like 50 more horse when swaping the chain out and sounds like u got a small blower on it) 3in exhaust will set u up for a blower or turbo for later but try to keep some sort of h or x conection or shell run with a bit of attatude (with out an h or x like mine "true dual exhaust" no h pipe or x pipe she likes to hang on to rpm when i lift for a sec or 2 and idels a little funny) so keep it and shell purr smoth for u injectors i wouldnt change unless ur going up to 40 pound ones (to get ready for some form of forced induction or nitrous) but a 70 or 75mm throttle body is a verry easy mod to do and looks good as well as helps flow a little more air doing ur upper intake would be nice as well maybe a cobra upper or see what u can get that flows a little better everyone knows the 5ls weakness has allways been the intake and heads dont flow to nice ( not bad but not great) change thouse along with some of the other mods that have been suggested and ull have one ba car dude.

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P.s. Dont forget u can remove ur ac to free up some hp or get an under drive pully setup aswell good luck cant wait to see some pice when ur done
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Kinda sketchy about that set up.
What do you mean by that statement?
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What do you mean by that statement?
He's probably thinking its eBay quality.
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He's probably thinking its eBay quality.
One of the guys on the forums has bought one and he didn't report any negatives is why I was wondering.
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If I was gonna run a turbo set up it wouldn't be from a 3rd party supplier. Get what you pay for.
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If I was gonna run a turbo set up it wouldn't be from a 3rd party supplier. Get what you pay for.
I agree with you for the most part, but sometimes to get what you want most you may have to settle for a bit less and hope for the best.
As far as I have been able to find out those guys are ok and their parts are of decent quality, so no harm no foul.
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Understand that.

Sorry if I came off a little bit snappy there., wasn't intended to sound like that.

Just particular about parts that I put on my car. I've always been told "don't build your sh*t with sh*t" that's just kinda what I go off of. Lol
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Understand that.

Sorry if I came off a little bit snappy there., wasn't intended to sound like that.

Just particular about parts that I put on my car. I've always been told "don't build your sh*t with sh*t" that's just kinda what I go off of. Lol
No problem, I didn't take any offense.
I've been told that and learned it the hard way too in some cases.
I always try to adhere to the same standards, but sometimes it just isn't possible.

I think as long as the turbos and some of the more costly items in those kits are good, then I can stand a little scrimping on the less important stuff.
I like good parts as well as the next guy, but I can't always afford the best of the best so to speak.
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