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Old 02-11-2013, 04:03 PM   #1
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What should my next mod be?

Alright I have pypes h pipe, pypes violater axle back mufflers, a generic eBay cold air intake with k&n air filter, Exedy Stage 1 Clutch and a Superchips 91 hi-performance tune. I'm thinking of getting Mutha Thumpr Cams.
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Alright I have pypes h pipe, pypes violater axle back mufflers, a generic eBay cold air intake with k&n air filter, Exedy Stage 1 Clutch and a Superchips 91 hi-performance tune. I'm thinking of getting Mutha Thumpr Cams.
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4.10?
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Lol why not 4.10? I hear nothing but good things about 4.10's
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His is manual. People will reccomend 4.10 with auto and 373 with manual
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Yea mines is manual too, but I see what your saying.
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His is manual. People will reccomend 4.10 with auto and 373 with manual
No one will recommend that
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I might go with 4.10's though
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Get 410s unless nothing, 430s if you drag race alot and don't DD
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Looks like I'll be going with 4.10's, my list of mods just keeps growing lol
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3.73 Vs 4.10 Gears
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That debate is soooo stupid, then you get the forum rats saying if you go FI you can't have 410s etc etc etc

373s are good if you just want a very light build and don't really care about 0-60, or if your really concerned about rpm at 90mph or if you get a roots type blower, even then that's personal preference

410s are a good gear, not bad at 75-80 mph, good for the track, the 4.6 loves gears. A centri blower and 410s is a bada$$ combo too btw

I daily drive with 410s, love em will go to 430s once I get a DD

4.30 is best for NA guys that drive their car on the weekend or don't see the highway much at all
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That debate is soooo stupid, then you get the forum rats saying if you go FI you can't have 410s etc etc etc

373s are good if you just want a very light build and don't really care about 0-60, or if your really concerned about rpm at 90mph or if you get a roots type blower, even then that's personal preference

410s are a good gear, not bad at 75-80 mph, good for the track, the 4.6 loves gears. A centri blower and 410s is a bada$$ combo too btw

I daily drive with 410s, love em will go to 430s once I get a DD

4.30 is best for NA guys that drive their car on the weekend or don't see the highway much at all
Bottom line people that have 4.10's. love the hell out of them and would recommend to everyone. Those that don't have 4.10's say that they might be too much if you are going SC or turbo and other negative implications.

It all depends on what you're going to build for.
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I think I'm gonna keep it naturally aspirated, also it's a daily driver
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I had 4.10's in my auto gt. for my cobra ima go 3.73
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His is manual. People will reccomend 4.10 with auto and 373 with manual
Got that backwards I think..
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4.10 saw me an increase in mpg in city driving
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4.10 saw me an increase in mpg in city driving
Is that because you tend to shift sooner at lower rpm's?
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That debate is soooo stupid, then you get the forum rats saying if you go FI you can't have 410s etc etc etc

373s are good if you just want a very light build and don't really care about 0-60, or if your really concerned about rpm at 90mph or if you get a roots type blower, even then that's personal preference

410s are a good gear, not bad at 75-80 mph, good for the track, the 4.6 loves gears. A centri blower and 410s is a bada$$ combo too btw

I daily drive with 410s, love em will go to 430s once I get a DD

4.30 is best for NA guys that drive their car on the weekend or don't see the highway much at all
So if I wanna get 4.10's and defiantly goin to supercharge it in the next 2-3 years would it work out? I currently have a DD so I'm not worried about the mpg downfall
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So if I wanna get 4.10's and defiantly goin to supercharge it in the next 2-3 years would it work out? I currently have a DD so I'm not worried about the mpg downfall
Gears are fairly cheap, even installed. If you're not to get a SC for over 2 years, get the gears now. You may not want to change the gears out after installing the SC anyway. They're are people on the forums that have SC and 4.10's and are happy with it. Either way you can swap out the gears then, what's another $300-400 bucks after dropping $6,000 on a SC.
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Gears are fairly cheap, even installed. If you're not to get a SC for over 2 years, get the gears now. You may not want to change the gears out after installing the SC anyway. They're are people on the forums that have SC and 4.10's and are happy with it. Either way you can swap out the gears then, what's another $300-400 bucks after dropping $6,000 on a SC.
Yea that's what I was thinking thanks! For superchargers what's the difference between a regular sc and a whipple sc? I know whipple puts out more
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Yea that's what I was thinking thanks! For superchargers what's the difference between a regular sc and a whipple sc? I know whipple puts out more
Most if not all SC will push plenty past the stock engine threshold, so how much they can make is a zero factor unless you intend to build the engine.
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