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Old 06-23-2012, 03:22 PM   #71
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You guy have got me thinking way to much! Idk what my next upgrade is. Anyone have a suggestion for what my next move should be?
Do what I'm doing bro, supercharger, no miss with that. Your stang will become an overnight beast.
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I don't have the money for a supercharger right now or would no doubt
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I don't have the money for a supercharger right now or would no doubt
Your gona wast $2000-$3000 grad chasing something your not gonna catch.
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What's that supposed to mean?
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What's that supposed to mean?
He means, you will end up spending near $4000 to $5000 putting every bolt on there is on your car an you will only get 375 to the wheels maybe. But $5000 to $6000 on a SC will get you way beyond that.
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I have every bolt on... spent $0 and BTW every bolt on will not get you 375... not even close maybe after head work and aggressive cams...
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I have every bolt on... spent $0 and BTW every bolt on will not get you 375... not even close maybe after head work and aggressive cams...
Yeah, 375 is a pipe dream for whp on bolt ons. Head work throws you in SC $$ category. If N/A IS your goal then of course, it is what you want to do. If not, then just save the money and S/C later.
Bolt ons, heads, cams & intake manifold will probably be closer to 350 maybe.

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SCREW that noise.
Shorty headers are a complete waste of time. you see barely any gains and look like a 'tard when people ask what headers you're running.
Get ARH (American Racing Headers), Kooks, or Pacesetter.
Longtubes or nothing!
Absolutely not true. In this very thread I posted a few dynos comparing Shorties to LTs on the same car vs stock. Shorties get great gains. Just not as high as LTs.

In the end, despite a dyno, if it doesn't translate into E.T., then it didn't work.

I ran 12.871 @ 108+ with a 1.873 60 on full exhaust, intake/tune and 4.10s. The power gains are right in the slip.
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Yeah, 375 is a pipe dream for whp on bolt ons. Head work throws you in SC $$ category. If N/A IS your goal then of course, it is what you want to do. If not, then just save the money and S/C later.
Bolt ons, heads, cams & intake manifold will probably be closer to 350 maybe.

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Absolutely not true. In this very thread I posted a few dynos comparing Shorties to LTs on the same car vs stock. Shorties get great gains. Just not as high as LTs.

In the end, despite a dyno, if it doesn't translate into E.T., then it didn't work.

I ran 12.871 @ 108+ with a 1.873 60 on full exhaust, intake/tune and 4.10s. The power gains are right in the slip.
I've got a hook up for head work but even w/o a hook up a shop called gearheads by me will port n Polish both heads for $800... so it's not the same as fi...
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