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Old 03-01-2012, 11:58 AM   #1
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Ok so I have owned this 00" gt for lil over a month, and I really hate how it takes like 10sec to idle down... I want to know how to mod the idle air control valve so it doesn't take so long. I'm just kinda lookin for the faster idle is it possible surely it is right...
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i think you should leave it alone and be happy your iac works....once you start modding you will have a new appeciation for consistant idling. lol
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+1^ my buddy made the mistake of trying to mess with it on my his stang, has never idled right afterward
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Yes tried the mods to the iac my self I had to buy new one cause I flubbed it up $75 ill just deal with the rpm delay
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Oh ya I think ur right I'll leave it be but hey I'm a die hard fan glad I own one now, new to the game, and it looks like u know a lot about stands so I was wounderin about cams and n2o? What do u think should I go there or no? Man I have a million Q's and ideas just wish someone with time an patients would guide me there is a lot to learn...
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No to nos yes to heads and cams but these modular motors are expensive to build
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No to nos yes to heads and cams but these modular motors are expensive to build
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no nos. Tune, cams, heads or port, exhaust
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if i could do it all over again id have a pushrod motor. mod motors are so expensive
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if i could do it all over again id have a pushrod motor. mod motors are so expensive
They are expensive to mod, but they respond better to those mods!..
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So why no nitrous? What wrong with that idea?....
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Man it's good that your excited about your mustang but like the above said there expensive. So you need to be selective unless you have some deep pockets or great credit lol. You can find a lot of info on these cars just start doing searches. The first thing you probably should do is a compression test to see if your engine is health enough to handle a power adder.
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Man it's good that your excited about your mustang but like the above said there expensive. So you need to be selective unless you have some deep pockets or great credit lol. You can find a lot of info on these cars just start doing searches. The first thing you probably should do is a compression test to see if your engine is health enough to handle a power adder.
So how and where do I get that done? The compression test?

---------- Post added at 07:56 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:46 PM ----------

So I found a kit by trickflow for cams that is... The kit has everything even new longer gear bolts... The kit is at summit for $699.00 what do you guys think?..
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