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Old 01-10-2012, 10:42 AM   #1
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Pic of new fox

Hey guys. Here's a pic of the new fox I got. Dss block, all forged internals, pushing about 370 at the wheels. No power adders. Just needs a tune.
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Nice fox!!!
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Looks real good man! Mean looking!
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Hey guys. Here's a pic of the new fox I got. Dss block, all forged internals, pushing about 370 at the wheels. No power adders. Just needs a tune.
Great looking car!

Now you should keep the white one so you'll have a Salt/Pepper, Good/Evil set.
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Great looking car!

Now you should keep the white one so you'll have a Salt/Pepper, Good/Evil set.
Or....sell it for a nice big s/c or t/c.
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Or....sell it for a nice big s/c or t/c.
Hahaha! Yeah, that's what happened to my 95 GT.
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It looks badass congrats.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:54 AM   #9
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Haha more like sell it so I can pay off the loan I took out to get this lol
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Wow! Very nice
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Windsor junior iron heads that are ported really nice rockers springs and valves. Pushrods are decent ones, they'll do for the time being, holley systemax intake. Rebuilt T5 but I'm still pushing it to its limits haha. Here's a video of the quarter mile. 12.7.

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Old 01-10-2012, 12:55 PM   #13
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Really nice looking car.. Worth the loan..lol
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That link might not work. Not sure how to do it on my iPhone. I'll try and figure it out. Let me know if it works for ya
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That link might not work. Not sure how to do it on my iPhone. I'll try and figure it out. Let me know if it works for ya
It is indexing from your "desktop" and does not work for me.
Not sure how to post a link from a phone, but on a PC you just copy and paste the link into the "insert link" window from the icon at the top of the reply box.

If someone wants to write up the steps on how to do it from a phone, I'll put the instructions in the "Useful Information" sticky thread.

What's your username and the video name?
I'll find it and fix your link.
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For sure. I just went to YouTube and found the video and copy and pasted the URL. But when I clicked on it it just took me to me to the YouTube page
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What's your username and the video name?
I'll find it and fix your link.
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Steve's 89 mustang GT vs. Tony's 79 fairmont 5.0

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There's one of him running a 12.7 and the other one he's blows his transmission
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I also had a question about tuning. Sense this car has an all new motor, would it be smart to get a custom tune or could get away what like a bama tune or something like that?
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I also had a question about tuning. Sense this car has an all new motor, would it be smart to get a custom tune or could get away what like a bama tune or something like that?
Dyno dude
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See the only problem with that is dyno are very limited where I live. Personally I only know of one. But I've heard alot of horror stories about the people that work there
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No other way to tune it bro. A hand held won't do it
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See the only problem with that is dyno are very limited where I live. Personally I only know of one. But I've heard alot of horror stories about the people that work there
Sounds like road trip!
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No other way to tune it bro. A hand held won't do it
++ spot on..
You can as an alternative get that PMS piggy back thing. It does EVERYTHING! Down side is I think it's like $1200. Trojan Horse can give you more details about it
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I also had a question about tuning. Sense this car has an all new motor, would it be smart to get a custom tune or could get away what like a bama tune or something like that?
Since you are not using forced induction, I think you would be fine with a "canned" tune. Check with our site sponsor American Muscle. They have a forum here on the site that tells you how to get a forum discount and it has links to their site. Just go to the ME home page and they are in the first set of forums.

Dyno tunes are great, but a lot of us do not have easy access to them and they are prohibitively expensive. I would save that option for a final tune checkup.

I have purchased an Anderson Ford Motorsports PMS "piggyback" tuner for my car to be used when I am able to get my Paxton Novi 2000 installed. Due to availability and budget constraints I will not be able to get a Dyno tune, but I'm not too worried about it. The PMS, my engine monitoring gauges & meters, reading my spark plugs and my prior experience I believe will suffice for me to get a pretty good handle on the tuning.
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Since you are not using forced induction, I think you would be fine with a "canned" tune. Check with our site sponsor American Muscle. They have a forum here on the site that tells you how to get a forum discount and it has links to their site. Just go to the ME home page and they are in the first set of forums.

Dyno tunes are great, but a lot of us do not have easy access to them and they are prohibitively expensive. I would save that option for a final tune checkup.

I have purchased an Anderson Ford Motorsports PMS "piggyback" tuner for my car to be used when I am able to get my Paxton Novi 2000 installed. Due to availability and budget constraints I will not be able to get a Dyno tune, but I'm not too worried about it. The PMS, my engine monitoring gauges & meters, reading my spark plugs and my prior experience I believe will suffice for me to get a pretty good handle on the tuning.
Can you explain what a "canned" tune is. I'm not looking for max horsepower I just want a street tune pritty much
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Can you explain what a "canned" tune is. I'm not looking for max horsepower I just want a street tune pritty much

A "canned" tune is pretty much a street tune.
It just means they have programmed a chip to tune your car according to the information you provide them for your car.
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Even if everything on the motor is changed including the block, they could still do it?
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Even if everything on the motor is changed including the block, they could still do it?

I'm pretty sure they can.
Call and talk to them or ask them in their forums.
They will let you know what they can do.
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Thanks Trojan!

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Sorry. I meant thank you everyone for the advice and the compliments! I'll throw some more pics up when I get a chance
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I love it. Fox is the best body style of all the Mustangs, in my opinion. I love them all but the Fox is by far my favorite. Great looking car. I'm down with the salt/pepper idea.
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Well just talked to Chris from
American muscle and Unfortunetly a sct tuner won't work. Might have to just find someone with a y band that's good with that type stuff
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Well just talked to Chris from
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Did you think I was lying? Lo
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Haha I'm sorry bud. I just wanted to be sure.
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Well just talked to Chris from
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Did you ask them about a chip?

And what is a Y band and how can you tune these cars with it?

The only tuner I know of that will work is the piggy back AFM PMS.
It sells for around $970, but it will tune almost everything that can be tuned.
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