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Old 03-02-2013, 12:08 AM   #1
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Want some input on what to get found one on latemodelrestoration the Novi 1200 by Paxton which is only 2800 doesn't seem over priced or the roush m90 don't know which one would be better for daily driving an best overall
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Prob the Paxton. Depends on how much boost you want to push. I have a m90 and 9 lbs is all she is good for. But with that being said it's still a fun sc and it squeals like no other!
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You can spin the m90 a little harder than 9 lbs but not much. For daily driving, the Paxton would probably be better especially since boost doesnt really kick in till about 3 thousand rpms. But They will both be ok on the stock bottom end. Just depends how much boost you want to run but then again if you are on the stock bottom end I wouldn't go past 10 lbs.
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That Paxton at 2800 is just the supercharger and nothing else btw
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Check the Procharger I-1,, Than choose!! Paxton is alright , but that is all you get!!
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The m90 is junk if you want to make good power. They sound good though. Go with the Paxton.
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That Paxton at 2800 is just the supercharger and nothing else btw
What else would I need injectors, pump?

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Prob the Paxton. Depends on how much boost you want to push. I have a m90 and 9 lbs is all she is good for. But with that being said it's still a fun sc and it squeals like no other!
Well I just want to be over 400hp that's my goal to the wheel
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What else would I need injectors, pump?

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Well I just want to be over 400hp that's my goal to the wheel
If all you want is a little over 400 at tires then get the m90. That's all it is good for about 430-450.
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That Paxton at 2800 is just the supercharger and nothing else btw
Can just the supercharger be installed?
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You'll will probably need bigger fuel injectors at the least, and maybe a fuel pump

Also you'll will need a dyno tune
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You'll will probably need bigger fuel injectors at the least, and maybe a fuel pump

Also you'll will need a dyno tune
Does it have to be a dyno tune or can I just use my tuner from AM ?
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Does it have to be a dyno tune or can I just use my tuner from AM ?
If you don't mind gambling with blowing your engine an email tune will be fine.

Not sure on your exact car but you might need maf, pump, injectors depending on when your factory setup maxes out
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If you don't mind gambling with blowing your engine an email tune will be fine.

Not sure on your exact car but you might need maf, pump, injectors depending on when your factory setup maxes out
That's why I'm confused since the complete kit is an extra 1k just for the upgraded fuel kit an Handheld Tuner so wouldn't that mean I would be gambling my motor if I bought the whole kit anyways?
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That's why I'm confused since the complete kit is an extra 1k just for the upgraded fuel kit an Handheld Tuner so wouldn't that mean I would be gambling my motor if I bought the whole kit anyways?
Maybe its a very conservative tune...you might leave 40-50hp on the table that way.

To me its worth the little extra for a custom tune
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You already have a tuner right? Most dyno places use SCT anyways so you'll just be paying for the dyno time and tuning which will still come out cheaper then their canned tune they send with the kit

No point in having 2 tuners
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I went with the Brenspeed Vortech V3 kit, you can't go wrong, it has everything you need all in one kit for a very reasonable price. If you don't have any other supporting mods you will probably be at a little over 400 to the wheels.
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You already have a tuner right? Most dyno places use SCT anyways so you'll just be paying for the dyno time and tuning which will still come out cheaper then their canned tune they send with the kit

No point in having 2 tuners
That's what I was thinking no point in having 2 tuners but I do want to get dynoed after installation to see what my stang is pushing
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