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Old 05-17-2015, 08:54 PM   #1
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Mods for 350 RWHP?

Alright, I know this has probably been brought up before, but I would like to know what mods I need and whatever other supporting things I would need to put down 350 RWHP in an automatic 06' GT? I'm not looking to turbo or supercharge, and would prefer to keep it N/A. What are the necessities, and what are the "good to haves" in order for me to accomplish this? I know some people here have done this, so any and all input would be greatly appreciated.


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Edit: mods I currently have

-Roush Cold air Intake
-SCT Tuner

And everything else is stock except the exhaust, which consists of:

-Pypes H pipe with hi flow cats
-Mid mounted Borla Stingers
-MBRP muffler deletes
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Mods for 350 RWHP?

Basically a built engine. Or some nitrous, but that's just temporary.


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Yeah, I'm not looking to do nitrous. Doesn't seem all that safe to me, even if it's professionally installed.


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I'm basically looking to get really close to 350 to the tires, id be happy with 320 or 330. I just want to know what exactly needs to be done to get there.


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Several different routes you can go. I'd say cams, heads, longtubes, injectors and gt500 fuel system. That should do it, but might need more.


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You don't need fuel systems,
JBA Long Tube, x pipe
Ford racing Cams
SLP axle back
Ford racing manifold
Airaid race intake
Ford racing TB (really don't need it)
And a good tune
5 speed tho not auto

I think with a auto you will need heads but I wouldn't wast money on that

Nitrous will be best bang for buck, and 100 shot on a good tune will be very safe.

I made 352 rwhp with that set up before I switched to FI


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Yeah, I'm not looking to do nitrous. Doesn't seem all that safe to me, even if it's professionally installed.


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I'm sorry but I REALLY REALLY hate when people say this. ANYTHING... ANYTHING you change on your car could potentially make the car "unsafe". Nitrous if tuned properly will not cause any unordinary wear to your engine
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Well it's his car, he can do what he wants with it. If he doesn't think it's safe he doesn't have to put it on. Although many people have no issues with nitrous. I've never cared for nitrous, never will, but it's for some people and not for others.


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Well it's his car, he can do what he wants with it. If he doesn't think it's safe he doesn't have to put it on. Although many people have no issues with nitrous. I've never cared for nitrous, never will, but it's for some people and not for others.


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And I totally agree with this and respect his decision. Just stating the fact
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I really do appreciate the input so far. The above mentioned mods seem to about do it for power wise. And the reason I said I'd rather stay away from nitrous is because I don't know jack about it. I don't like to get things installed that I have no knowledge of operation.


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Understandable. It really is a great option though if you want to do more research


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This is a post from another forum I use, but he just put down NA 350HP on a dyno tune:

Positive Dyno Tune Review of Dave Guy and DGR Performance - Ford Mustang Forum

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Current Major Mods: 3.73 Gears, FRPP CAI, 62mm TB, Intake Manifold, Hot Rod Cams, Kooks LT Headers, Catted X-Pipe, Cat-Back, BAMA Tuner, Stage 3 Clutch and Flywheel, Lowering Springs, Sway Bar Kit, Barton Shifter, Dynotech Driveshaft, GT500 Brembos, F14 19in Wheels, Mickey SC Tires, Whiteline and Eibach Suspension overhaul
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The 3v gets about 350 with full boltons so it is a good,list of parts
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Dont waste time and money on a clutch unless your going over 400


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Dont waste time and money on a clutch unless your going over 400


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Need not worry, as I have an auto lol.


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Need not worry, as I have an auto lol.


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Through an auto the normal bolt one might not get you to 350
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The 3v gets about 350 with full boltons so it is a good,list of parts

I think so, and any body can chime in on this, will the charge motion delete plates provide a similar function like the FRPP intake mani? Really am pushing it budget wise, being kinda cheap here.


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I think so, and any body can chime in on this, will the charge motion delete plates provide a similar function like the FRPP intake mani? Really am pushing it budget wise, being kinda cheap here.


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My guess would be yes. If you aren't spinning over 6500 just get the cmdp
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Also an E85 conversion could assist in power gains. E85 gives options like increase compression, engine running cooler thus more timing could be altered, and it's a pretty decent power adder. Which E85 will be as good as the mods done to the engine.


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Yes steeda plates do the same as the intake manifold


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This is all good advice, thanks guys! I'll get to my goal in no time. Now the trick is, is to have somebody install the long tubes and cams, as I don't not trust myself to get those done correctly, nor do I have the tools lol.


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Come over to KY, my shop can do it for ya!


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My 05 GT (manual) puts down 353 to the wheels. It was tuned and dyno'd last year or so in Pensacola, Florida. Performance upgrades are as follows:

-JLT cold air intake
-Ford Racing Intake manifold
-Hot Rod cams
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-BBK long tube headers & X pipe (catless)
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Alright, I know this has probably been brought up before, but I would like to know what mods I need and whatever other supporting things I would need to put down 350 RWHP in an automatic 06' GT? I'm not looking to turbo or supercharge, and would prefer to keep it N/A. What are the necessities, and what are the "good to haves" in order for me to accomplish this? I know some people here have done this, so any and all input would be greatly appreciated.


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Lol, I've tried for a 14' 5.0. Doesn't seem to be the "right" one out there that is within 500 mile distance from me lol. I'm very picky with cars.


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I'm basically looking to get really close to 350 to the tires, id be happy with 320 or 330. I just want to know what exactly needs to be done to get there.
I just had steeda cmdp's installed on my '05, along with a dyno tune from JPC racing:

- k&n cai
- steeda udp's
- steeda cmdp's
- power steering delete short belt
- frpp shorty headers/gta axle back
- oem h-pipe/cats
- otherwise stock engine


weather was hot/humid in MD too.

Remember, dyno's are just tuning tools - get it to the track and let the time slip tell you how it's doing...
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