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Old 03-19-2013, 10:38 PM   #1
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My mustang is bone stock and i need a cheap and easy way to gain horsepower and mileage. Anyone got any ideas?
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There is a thread in the stickies with all the info you need. Its called ”in the beginning”. Good luck man
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Generally it is either horsepower or mileage. Just sayin'
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:03 AM   #5
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Generally it is either horsepower or mileage. Just sayin'
+1. There are a few exceptions but they are usually small things, like a cold air intake will give you a few ponies and maybe 1-2mpgs. But once you get into the big stuff like heads, cam, intake, ect mileage goes out the window! But "what kind of gas mileage does it get?" sure as hell didnt come out of my mouth when i bought my stang
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+1. There are a few exceptions but they are usually small things, like a cold air intake will give you a few ponies and maybe 1-2mpgs. But once you get into the big stuff like heads, cam, intake, ect mileage goes out the window! But "what kind of gas mileage does it get?" sure as hell didnt come out of my mouth when i bought my stang
True. The best thing to do if you want power and fuel efficiency is to go to another brand.
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I mostly want power haha i dont want 30mpg i was just wondering if i could pick up a few mpg with small things
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Wheel bearings, good tires, properly balanced driveshaft with good (non sticking or loose) u-joints will help with mpg and excel/handling
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