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Old 09-21-2014, 04:15 PM   #36
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Well thats a GT40 intake but the seller is a ****ing dip**** talking out of his *** about the flow numbers and whatever the hell else he claims. These intakes go for $100-$150 all the time.

I'd do a GT40 intake and then slap a Vortech S trim supercharger onto it. You will want a bigass cooler for the AODE and beef up the rest of the chassis and suspension. Will probably make 350-375rwhp through the auto which is about all the stock converters are good for anyway.
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Is there any way you could post links to those parts?


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The best bang for your buck and one of the first upgrades you should do on any mustang is changing the gears... Highly noticeable acceleration especially for the money


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The best bang for your buck and one of the first upgrades you should do on any mustang is changing the gears... Highly noticeable acceleration especially for the money


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What gears should I get?


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Gears are pretty damn spendy

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You have a 6 speed or 5?


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Gears are pretty damn spendy

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Yeah I see that now. I think I'll just leave the stock gears in there lol


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Best mod you can do to get the most acceleration and power... Read about gears that people do on Mustangs, it's better than wasting money on a cold air intake and throttle body or under drive pulleys. I'd do gears first then motor work


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The install is what kills you on them

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ID:	166638 you need that bad boy lol. This guy around me has a custom shop (mostly for mustangs) and he only charged me $160 for the install which isn't bad. But being in high school it would be hard so I feel for ya.


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I think you should get 4.10s since your car is an automatic


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So I think I might go with the new gears then add the other engine stuff like air intake ect... So I should go with the 4.10 and does it make that much of a difference that I need to recalibrate my speedometer?


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Yes you will need to recalibrate your speedometer. The 94-up is electronic so you use a speedcal box. There is not a gear that will work for 4.10s anyway unless you pull the tailshaft and install a 6 tooth worm gear in place of the one that's currently on the shaft. I will pre-emptive facepalm in expectation of someone who has no clue to mention the 23 tooth white gear.
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You are going to spend a lot of money making it just a tiny bit faster.

For the price of full bolt ons you can usually find a used supercharger, but the supercharger will make you faster.

Also do a PI swap, find a 99-04 GT from a junkyard and pull the full heads and the intake manifold and swap those over to your car, you will make the same power as a 99-04 plus a little more because you have a higher compression.


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Old 09-22-2014, 11:59 AM   #50
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What if I just get this twin turbo kit
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I would never trust anything like that off Ebay


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I would never trust anything like that off Ebay


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Where could I find a cheep supercharger?


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The corral is one. That's another Mustang forum with a huge market place. If you have Facebook there are pages for Mustang parts also. I just picked up an intercooled Vortech set up for $2k the other day.


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The corral is one. That's another Mustang forum with a huge market place. If you have Facebook there are pages for Mustang parts also. I just picked up an intercooled Vortech set up for $2k the other day.


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Yeah see that's the thing I don't have a lot of money I am a highschool age kid I don't juts have 2k sitting around


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Sorry to say but making car faster isnt cheap


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Yeah I know that but if I do the bolt on I can piece it out


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Yeah see that's the thing I don't have a lot of money I am a highschool age kid I don't juts have 2k sitting around


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I'm in college so not too far from your age. Just gotta save up. You can throw little bits here and there at bolt ons and make 30 more horsepower. All those bolt ons combined will cost around the same as a used supercharger anyway. Just gotta save up.


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I'm in college so not too far from your age. Just gotta save up. You can throw little bits here and there at bolt ons and make 30 more horsepower. All those bolt ons combined will cost around the same as a used supercharger anyway. Just gotta save up.


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Okay so when I am looking for a used supercharger what should I look for? Where should I look? And how do I know if it will fit my car?


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Look here. And i would recommend a full kit, the poster will usually say what car it came from and will work on. Looks like there is actually one right now for sale that will fit your car. Expect to pay $2k give or take for a Vortech set up. I got a good deal on mine which is a V2 S trim with a Procharger 3 core intercooler, all the piping and everything.
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Cheap turbo kits are things to stay away from.A centrifugal or twin screw supercharger is the best route to take.Centrifugal mounts on the front of the engine and twin screw mounts on top of the engine.A supercharger is much easier to install than a twin turbo kit is plus its much easier to work around when the car needs maintenance or repairs done.A turbo & its abundance of piping is always in the way.I would save up and buy a new or used supercharger before I would take the bolt on route.You'll have to install aftermarket heads(Trick Flow,Volley,AFR,etc)intake,cam,MAF sensor,throttle body,injectors & exhaust to get the same amount of HP as a supercharger plus the installation time for bolt ons takes alot longer than a supercharger install.
If you wanna take the bolt on route instead,gt40/gt40p heads,intake & throttle body can be found at the pull-a-part junkyard,instead of paying top dollar for these parts on EBay.These parts are factory installed on the 96-97.5 Explorers(gt40)& 97.5-2001 Explorers(gt40p)& Mountaineers.The 97.5-2001 intake has a boss for the iat sensor near the #5 intake runner,but youll have to drill & tap it in order to mount the sensor here.The 97.5-2001 heads have to be drilled if youre running the smog system and the crossover pipe.
If you want the car to feel like you added 50hp to it,put some gears in it first thing.Other than a supercharger, nitrous or high dollar set of heads,a set of gears is the only other part that you will feel in the seat of the pants.3.73 is best for a 5 speed & 4.10 for an auto.If you've got an automatic transmission,the 4.10 gear is 5 steps up from the stock 2.73 gear usually installed at the factory.You'll see a drastic difference in take off & tire roasting.lol.
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Cheap/Fast/Reliable, you only get to pick 2.

Even a used supercharger kit you are going to be into it for $3k or so when all is said and done doing it all yourself after fuel and a tune and little BS extras that are missing or broke or you find something else messed up.

Not to mention that a supercharger without the rest of the car setup to support the power is pretty much useless for anything but roll racing and even that...
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