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Old 08-19-2012, 08:34 PM   #1
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I I bought my first mustang a couple months ago before that I had a BMW 325is now I'm the proud owner of a 94 mustang gt with 86,000 original mile. Everything is already done to it. Exhaust with off road h pipe ,flow masters. Msd 6 ignition box cold air intake 3.55 gears. 315s in the rear and 245s in the front. Today I was at the mall and I started my car back out and these kids were motioning me to crack on it. We all got a joy
Out of it. So now I'm looking for something to do to it that it will give it a little more hp. Besides juice and supercharge. Any ideas?
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heads and cam?
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What do those do as far as hp?
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a trickflow top end kit will net as much 350. stock is 225
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And that's both the heads and cams? Wil boost it. That much?
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its heads cam intake roller rockers etc etc . whole top end. i have just the heads and trickflow makes great stuff.
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Nice. Yeah I'm thinking if. Doing that is it hard To DIY?
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It's not to difficult. As long as you can follow directions and have a decent set of basic tools. It will take a good weekend or longer. But just take your time. I would suggest having a Haynes or Chilton on hand for The job, and even studying it beforehand.
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Old 08-22-2012, 04:39 PM   #9
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Some nice heads and a cam will really wake that 94 up! I have Edelbrock heads and a B303 cam in mine, along with a boat load of other stuff. I can honestly say that it will now hold it's own against a lot of the new muscle out there!!
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I used to own a 94 GT with a lot of mods:

Stock bottom

GT40 heads

Trickflow Upper and lower Stage 2 Intake

Bigger throttle body, injectors, fuel rail, etc.

MAC Pro exhaust. Headers back, Pro Chamber, mufflers

Aluminum Driveshaft

Underdrive Pulleys

CAI Ford Racing

E - Cam

4:10 gears

ZEX 125 shot dry kit

AODE transmission with Stall kit

That car would beat newer 02's like they were almost standing still. Even without NOS. NOS was more for looks and track only. He is right about the Trickflow too. Was the most RAW sounding car I have ever heard. Especially with it Camming.
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Old 08-23-2012, 09:13 AM   #11
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Thanks for the info guys I'm definitely gonna check into that. I'm told the 94 being the last year they make the 5.0 is like the black sheep of the stangs
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95 is the last year of the 5.0
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What do those do as far as hp?
My 302 block bored to 308, heads, cam, intake , full offroad exhaust , dyno tuned at 306 rwhp

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My 302 block bored to 308, heads, cam, intake , full offroad exhaust , dyno tuned at 306 rwhp
306 rwhp from the stock 180rwhp
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Very nice, this is exactly where I'm headed with my Stang.
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