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Old 02-25-2014, 10:35 PM   #36
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When I think of bolt on mods I think of the following

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Old 02-25-2014, 10:38 PM   #37
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Some would because it's one of those mods that you "just do" but it's more complicated than that since most HAVE to take it to a shop to install so I would so no. It's not a bolt on lol.

But like I said it's all opinion really there's no "set" list of what is or isn't a bolt on. And tbh it doesn't really matter all that much haha

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Yeah ha so the real answer I guess is no you can't get 400hp with a 3v 4.6 with "bolt ons" unless there's something out there that I have no idea about lol I think the guys that were talking about 400 HP 3v had heads and cams if I'm not mistaking
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When I think of bolt on mods I think of the following

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In my opinion, if you have to take it apart to see, it's more than a bolt on.
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Yeah ha so the real answer I guess is no you can't get 400hp with a 3v 4.6 with "bolt ons" unless there's something out there that I have no idea about lol I think the guys that were talking about 400 HP 3v had heads and cams if I'm not mistaking

Nah I guess not. Dude said he had stage 3 ported heads and a stage 3 cam. That means his heads are ported to hell and he has a huge cam in there too.

I think it is more appropriate to say that you can get to 400 n/a


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Nah I guess not. Dude said he had stage 3 ported heads and a stage 3 cam. That means his heads are ported to hell and he has a huge cam in there too.

I think it is more appropriate to say that you can get to 400 n/a

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Yeah that's why I got mistaken Budd sorry about that but man now that I think about it I'm asking my self why don't I just save the $ I'm spending on mods as a down payment or savings towards a 5.0 I love my car and all but the potential and power difference is much greater with the 5.0s
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Yeah that's why I got mistaken Budd sorry about that but man now that I think about it I'm asking my self why don't I just save the $ I'm spending on mods as a down payment or savings towards a 5.0 I love my car and all but the potential and power difference is much greater with the 5.0s

Yeah going n/a on a 4.6 is an uphill battle. But a supercharger will get your hp all the way up to 400rwhp like a breeze. That's why they say modulars love boost.. Cuz they DO! Lol


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Yeah going n/a on a 4.6 is an uphill battle. But a supercharger will get your hp all the way up to 400rwhp like a breeze. That's why they say modulars love boost.. Cuz they DO! Lol

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I would do it but I'm just scared man I'm scared to blow the motor or for something to just go terribly wrong I got the worst luck ever
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Yeah that's why I got mistaken Budd sorry about that but man now that I think about it I'm asking my self why don't I just save the $ I'm spending on mods as a down payment or savings towards a 5.0 I love my car and all but the potential and power difference is much greater with the 5.0s
What power is your car making now? How much more power do you want? Have you set a goal and if so what is your power goal your trying to achieve?
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What power is your car making now? How much more power do you want? Have you set a goal and if so what is your power goal your trying to achieve?
Havnt dynoed my car so not sure and well if I get over 450 I'll be happy I had a Budd to tell me to spray but there's a lot of people who run their mouths so that's off the table I say 550-600Hp would be my goal
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Havnt dynoed my car so not sure and well if I get over 450 I'll be happy I had a Budd to tell me to spray but there's a lot of people who run their mouths so that's off the table I say 550-600Hp would be my goal

Since you have a 4.6 there's no way in hell you'll get 450 without getting your engine built. But it MIGHT last. You might have a freak 4.6 lol.
But after that your golden and can boost as much as you want lol


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Since you have a 4.6 there's no way in hell you'll get 450 without getting your engine built. But it MIGHT last. You might have a freak 4.6 lol.
But after that your golden and can boost as much as you want lol

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Yeah thats the ugly truth lol I'm sure it'ill be fun in the long run I can look back and be like damn I remember when this car was not even making 300hp to the wheel lol
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Since you have a 4.6 there's no way in hell you'll get 450 without getting your engine built. But it MIGHT last. You might have a freak 4.6 lol.
But after that your golden and can boost as much as you want lol

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I have to totally agree here. Unless the OP is willing to go forced introduction I don't see hitting 450 rwhp keeping it N/A. Unless I read wrong I think the OP is reluctant and not in favor of going F.I which doing so would get him to that 450 rwhp goal.

OP based upon your goals and wants , saving for a new 5.0 is your best option. Getting a 14 or even 15 which may have around 430 to 440 HP right from factory.
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My 2010 GT Premium is perfect for me, torch red, has all the packages I'd dreamed of having, 1 prev-owner, under 20k miles, except for the 3v. It's not bad, but I like the coyote sound better. And like Kona said it'd be better to save for a 5.0 power-wise.

So now I have to find a 2012 5.0 gt prem red leather HID's 19's race red or build my 3v... Ain't life a b*tch? Haha
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My 2010 GT Premium is perfect for me, torch red, has all the packages I'd dreamed of having, 1 prev-owner, under 20k miles, except for the 3v. It's not bad, but I like the coyote sound better. And like Kona said it'd be better to save for a 5.0 power-wise.

So now I have to find a 2012 5.0 gt prem red leather HID's 19's race red or build my 3v... Ain't life a b*tch? Haha
There is my 2010 GT brother. It seems like 2010 Gt's are the year that mustang and enthusiasts forgot about. I don't mean that in a negative, putting down way just that you don't hear much from people with their 2010. You always hear 05-09 stuff. 11 to 14 stuff but poor 2010 year.

I feel like its the red headed step child of the retro era. Not exactly a 2009 Gt model but not exactly a 2011 Gt model.
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Ha no offense taken. They're special... Only year with old motor and new body. Most polished 4.6 3v and luckily the new body (my fav body style of all time) didn't have any issues needing to be addressed.

In fact, the OP of this thread drives a 2010 GT Premium as well. Almost same car as mine except for dark red and he's got a sunroof
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Ha no offense taken. They're special... Only year with old motor and new body. Most polished 4.6 3v and luckily the new body didn't have any issues needing to be addressed.

In fact, the OP of this thread drives a 2010 GT Premium as well. Almost same car as mine except for dark red and he's got a sunroof
I'll tell ya what, The 2010 GT is one beautiful pony. The OP could easily have his pony well above the 300 rwhp range and most likely the 330 rwhp area with a handful bolt on mods.

OP, what mods do you currently have or did I miss that one?
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I'll tell ya what, The 2010 GT is one beautiful pony. The OP could easily have his pony well above the 300 rwhp range and most likely the 330 rwhp area with a handful bolt on mods.

OP, what mods do you currently have or did I miss that one?
Currently I have pypes catted x pipe and pypes bomb axle back jlt series 3 CAI SCT x3 tuner with bama 91 oct race tune I have the Frrp hot rod cams here waiting to be put on but I'm planning to change my exhaust set up to Jba of road h pipe and Jba natural long tube headers
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lol alright man, if you say so.

There are plenty of n/a 400rwhp 3Vs out there.
Where are they?

Not saying it isn't possible, it's just extremely uncommon, nearly impossible and for the money invested, it's beyond retarded.

In the original video that was posted, if you look at that builders other videos, they have an LS2 vette with just an SLP Powerflo exhaust and a tune putting down 423rwhp and 431rwtq. Those numbers are about 40 off from what they should be (around 380), given perfect conditions. They also have a 2013 5.0 that put down 461rwhp and 424rwtq with just a tune, Boss Intake, full exhaust and JLT cold air.

This dyno is throwing out huge, manipulated numbers. Just look at the torques that 5.0 put down...
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Currently I have pypes catted x pipe and pypes bomb axle back jlt series 3 CAI SCT x3 tuner with bama 91 oct race tune I have the Frrp hot rod cams here waiting to be put on but I'm planning to change my exhaust set up to Jba of road h pipe and Jba natural long tube headers
Nice. Real nice. I bet those hit rod cams will add some real nice power gains.
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Nice. Real nice. I bet those hit rod cams will add some real nice power gains.
Yeah hopefully I also wanted to add Steeda UDP different gears can't decide which ones (ford racing intake manifold but some people say you get nearly no gains)? And ford racing throttle body
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Yeah hopefully I also wanted to add Steeda UDP different gears can't decide which ones (ford racing intake manifold but some people say you get nearly no gains)? And ford racing throttle body
I'll be honest with ya and seems like you really put some, love and money into your stang too build up the power. At this stage in the game it may be more cost effective to put forced introduction into your 2010 on top of all your mods and it would be a huge powerhouse. Its just a thought because it seems that you have invested a fair amount of funds into your pony and making it your own.
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I'll be honest with ya and seems like you really put some, love and money into your stang too build up the power. At this stage in the game it may be more cost effective to put forced introduction into your 2010 on top of all your mods and it would be a huge powerhouse. Its just a thought because it seems that you have invested a fair amount of funds into your pony and making it your own.
Yeah I mean I love the car a lot don't get me wrong its just in the end it has a 5.0 body but no 5.0 motor I would love to boost my stang but its just so much you have to go through or o could just get a coyote swap? I mean I already got the body lol
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Yeah I mean I love the car a lot don't get me wrong its just in the end it has a 5.0 body but no 5.0 motor I would love to boost my stang but its just so much you have to go through or o could just get a coyote swap? I mean I already got the body lol
I hear ya on that. Body of an 11, engine of the 09. You definitely could do an engine swap up to the 5.0. I'm not sure what that would cost. If you did the swap, darn shame you bought those racing cams for your current engine.

Its my understanding that a supercharger is a pretty easy install and a way less complicated system compared to a turbo set up. Its my understanding the supercharger puts no strain on the engine or its parts when not hamming on the gas pedal because the boost goes out the vacuum. Its a very easy set up from my understanding, that provides big power with little too no issues. I think I have heard people on here talk about changing the oil in it but no clue on what they mean or how the heck you do that
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I hear ya on that. Body of an 11, engine of the 09. You definitely could do an engine swap up to the 5.0. I'm not sure what that would cost. If you did the swap, darn shame you bought those racing cams for your current engine.

Its my understanding that a supercharger is a pretty easy install and a way less complicated system compared to a turbo set up. Its my understanding the supercharger puts no strain on the engine or its parts when not hamming on the gas pedal because the boost goes out the vacuum. Its a very easy set up from my understanding, that provides big power with little too no issues. I think I have heard people on here talk about changing the oil in it but no clue on what they mean or how the heck you do that
Yeah don't really know how boost works either but it would be pretty cool supercharging it in that case if I supercharge it I'll save about 600$ on that manifold I was thinking of getting it will take a while to supercharge it but well worth it but do you know how much HP the 4.6 can handle?
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Yeah don't really know how boost works either but it would be pretty cool supercharging it in that case if I supercharge it I'll save about 600$ on that manifold I was thinking of getting it will take a while to supercharge it but well worth it but do you know how much HP the 4.6 can handle?
How much HP can the 4.6 engine handle on factory internals? Respectfully, I must defer this question too the experts who have the 4.6 engine. I'm not sure. I have the 3.7 engine and safe HP on factory internals should be around 450 rwhp for the 3.7 , however I'm not sure how much more for the 4.6.
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How much HP can the 4.6 engine handle on factory internals? Respectfully, I must defer this question too the experts who have the 4.6 engine. I'm not sure. I have the 3.7 engine and safe HP on factory internals should be around 450 rwhp for the 3.7 , however I'm not sure how much more for the 4.6.
The 3v is around 450whp
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The 3v is around 450whp
Very interesting. Thanks bro! My original thought was 525 to 550 rwhp.
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Very interesting. Thanks bro! My original thought was 525 to 550 rwhp.
That's probably more in the coyote territory.
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That's probably more in the coyote territory.

Coyote starts to break around 650whp, I believe that's where Rapinator's went.
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Coyote starts to break around 650whp, I believe that's where Rapinator's went.
Oh wow... Impressive.
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The 3v is around 450whp
What about if you had heads and cam? I don't really know much about internal work in other words what could I do for the 4.6 to hold up more power
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What about if you had heads and cam? I don't really know much about internal work in other words what could I do for the 4.6 to hold up more power
If the 4.6 can safely hold up to 450 rwhp then heads and cams will only move your power in a direction towards that magic number of 450 rwhp. Heads and cams are not going to allow the factory motor to handle 500 rwhp plus. In order to achieve those higher desired HP numbers your gonna have to go with forged internals. Meaning purchase and install Forged rods, forged crankshaft and forged pistons.
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If the 4.6 can safely hold up to 450 rwhp then heads and cams will only move your power in a direction towards that magic number of 450 rwhp. Heads and cams are not going to allow the factory motor to handle 500 rwhp plus. In order to achieve those higher desired HP numbers your gonna have to go with forged internals. Meaning purchase and install Forged rods, forged crankshaft and forged pistons.
So let's say I throw a pro charger on it will it be safe as long as I don't run high boost? Up to where I'm making above 450?
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^Apparently so, yes.
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