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Old 03-28-2012, 10:36 PM   #1
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Hey everyone, I have a 93 gt that I have been restoring. Im needing some advice in engine mods to beef it up a little bit. I'm open to any advice and opinions. Thanks
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Hey everyone, I have a 93 gt that I have been restoring. Im needing some advice in engine mods to beef it up a little bit. I'm open to any advice and opinions. Thanks
It really depends on how far you want to take the build. You need to check out " in the beginning" in the stickies. I would start there, if you have any more questions on mods we will be happy to help.
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Old 03-29-2012, 10:43 AM   #3
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It is going to be my daily driver, so im not wanting anything extreme. But like I said, I'm open to anything.
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I would start with a CAI and some headers

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And if you don't want to do too much exhaust and bigger MAF aswell
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Old 03-29-2012, 01:31 PM   #5
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It came with a complete flow master exhaust. That's about it. Thanks for your inputs!
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Old 03-29-2012, 02:20 PM   #6
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Find some gt40 heads or p heads for I daily my car everyday rain shine and I got some mods
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If you want cheap reliable upgrades check my garage. I'm not making serious horsepower by any means but it gets out of its own way pretty fast, even with 2.73 gears.

Are you wanting to install a cam too?
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I forgot to say best seat of ur pance upgrade would be some gears I suggest 3.73-or 4.10 I have 4.10's in my daily
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Old 03-29-2012, 06:58 PM   #9
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Re: 93 Fox

Yeah gears are the best bang for your buck. But keep into consideration you may or may not want 4.10s if you do a lot of highway driving. At the price of gas these days you may just want to go with the 3.55s or 3.73s. Electric fan and simple bolt-on parts for air and fuel wake it up nicely. You can also advance the timing a bit but you'd have to run premium fuel.
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Okay, I dont do very much highway. And I can would be nice.

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A cam, I've been thinking about an e303?
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Okay, I dont do very much highway. And I can would be nice.

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A cam, I've been thinking about an e303?
Cams are nice mods. Generally cheap and not overly difficult to install. You wouldn't see much of any gain though without better flowing cylinder heads and intake. You would get a nice grumble though.
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Okay, I dont do very much highway. And I can would be nice.

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A cam, I've been thinking about an e303?
Gears are a must with a cam IMO. The e cam is a good mild cam.
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Also if you're thinking of changing the cam might aswell get some gt40 heads and intake since you're going to remove them to install a cam
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Afr heads cam and trickflow intake would be good dd
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