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Old 12-23-2010, 01:36 AM   #1
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Parents brought me a 2003 mustang v6

Have had it for 7 months, figure its time to make it unique
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Old 12-23-2010, 01:45 AM   #2
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without even seeing it.. chin spoiler, rims, dual exhaust.

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Old 12-23-2010, 05:01 AM   #3
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Welcome to fanastic felling of ownership of a mustang. K well specify if you can what you want. Go fast,look good or both. In the go fast department I can help you. The first thing you want to do is get the gear/tuner combo from American muscle. I alwayse suggest a 4.10 in a v6 regardless of tranny because it has less power then a v8. In an 8 you put in at least 3.73s in a manual car and 4.10s in an auto. Your city drivings get up and go will improve exceptionally and a v6 already get decent mileage so on highway you won't even notice the gas consumption because of your in city gain. Next is lcas. You need them to keep that new found line torque on the ground. Some people singvthe praises of a cai but I just took the rubber boot of the airbox. It's in the fender so it's already a cai and once to boot is removed that opens up more than enough air for a sixxer. A high flow air filter is a must however,k+n is what I put in. Unless you wanna spend the 200 bucks on that pretty cai but you don't have to. How much money you got. Forced induction is the best bang for buck but it costs lotsa bucks. If you can afford it put a turbo in which solves the exhaust issue as well. If you are like me and have limited bucks to spend I shopped around for a used nitrous kit and they are plentifull just look in the classifieds. I put mine together with window switch,bottle warmer and purge kit for just over 500 bucks so deals can be found. On a stock sixxers internals you can safely run a 75 hp shot without a tune or screwing with timing but you will be running premium fuel forever. Which you should be already doing with the 93 octane tune you flashed in with the tuner. K next is exhaust. This cam also be found easily in the classifieds or simply just from a wrecker and have a muffler shop take an hour and weld it for you. Now you can spend big bucks on cams and heads and forged internals n blah blah blah but if money is easy to come by than go forced induction.but remember by the time you put in cams and exhaust and nitrous you still have less horsepower for a total of almost the same money. If I could afford it I woulda went turbo right off the bay and called er a day. Anyways thanxs for reading my novel. Happy Holiday
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I got a Chevy ****-vette from my parents! LOL


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Lots of good mod help here.
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welcome

Yah I agree...without even seeing it chin spoiler, wheels, exhaust, CAI, and definitely a drop 1.5"+.

Those are great starter mods that make the car unique and improve looks and performance slightly.
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