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Old 05-02-2012, 12:15 PM   #36
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So what am I doing? I have an 02 gt with CAI and exhaust n a tune. I haven't dynoed her but I want some ruff numbers. Oh and full suspension I don't knw if tht helps
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Full exhausts,tune and cai I would say around a 35-40hp pick up if I remember right stock you have 260hp so around 290-300 in that range.
Cai is bringing a lot of good air in the exhausts is getting all the air out fast.
A cai is 5-10 hp a full exhaust is 15-20hp and a tune is 10-20 depending on what mods you have with it and if you have a custom tune to match them mods.
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Full Exhausts?
Full exhausts,tune and cai I would say around a 35-40hp pick up if I remember right stock you have 260hp so around 290-300 in that range.
Cai is bringing a lot of good air in the exhausts is getting all the air out fast.
A cai is 5-10 hp a full exhaust is 15-20hp and a tune is 10-20 depending on what mods you have with it and if you have a custom tune to match them mods.
Maybe at the motor at the wheels is about a 15-20% lower than what's at the motor
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I'm talking about the motor not at the wheels.
The cai and exhaust work really well together and the tune just gives them a good boost
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I'm talking about the motor not at the wheels.
The cai and exhaust work really well together and the tune just gives them a good boost
I think the biggest thing is that you get much better throttle response after a tune. I'm not sure what does that, air/fuel mixture maybe?
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Full Exhausts?
Full exhausts,tune and cai I would say around a 35-40hp pick up if I remember right stock you have 260hp so around 290-300 in that range.
Cai is bringing a lot of good air in the exhausts is getting all the air out fast.
A cai is 5-10 hp a full exhaust is 15-20hp and a tune is 10-20 depending on what mods you have with it and if you have a custom tune to match them mods.
You can't just add the numbers up. Each new mod will do less. If the numbers say I/T/E will add up to 30-50, you really made more like 20-35...
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Lol. Insurance on our gt is more than the cobra for the same exact coverage. Some of you ppl need to look for a new ins company as well.

To the non-pi gt that is smoking cobras... I walk your body style in my focus...the only thing you're walking is your mouth.
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Old 05-02-2012, 12:34 PM   #42
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Yea throttle response is the biggest thing makes that gas metal more touchy after every mod.
It gets very addicting.
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Old 05-02-2012, 12:37 PM   #43
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Full Exhausts?
Full exhausts,tune and cai I would say around a 35-40hp pick up if I remember right stock you have 260hp so around 290-300 in that range.
Cai is bringing a lot of good air in the exhausts is getting all the air out fast.
A cai is 5-10 hp a full exhaust is 15-20hp and a tune is 10-20 depending on what mods you have with it and if you have a custom tune to match them mods.
No it's just a borla catback n bbk intake. How much is tht to the wheels
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Yea throttle response is the biggest thing makes that gas metal more touchy after every mod.
It gets very addicting.
Oh yeah!
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Lol. Insurance on our gt is more than the cobra for the same exact coverage. Some of you ppl need to look for a new ins company as well.

To the non-pi gt that is smoking cobras... I walk your body style in my focus...the only thing you're walking is your mouth.
I checked too full coverage on a 2004 SVT cobra is only $10 a month more than my 04 V6...
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Wow some of you are stealing insurance lol I'm 21 live I'n Vancouver B.C. With a clean record and it's 255 a month
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My insurance is 50 a month on my 98 gt.
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Wow some of you are stealing insurance lol I'm 21 live I'n Vancouver B.C. With a clean record and it's 255 a month
They always pound the money outa the younger folks. You guys are "dangers to the community" ha! Insurance was meant to be protection and provide help. Nowadays it's just a big cat CEO moneymakers tool.
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Please don't talk hp numbers unless to you have dyno results to back it up. It makes intelligent people sound dumb.
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Old 05-02-2012, 01:23 PM   #50
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Please don't talk hp numbers unless to you have dyno results to back it up. It makes intelligent people sound dumb.
So my opinion of him having 290-300 hp at the motor makes me sound dumb?
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Please don't talk hp numbers unless to you have dyno results to back it up. It makes intelligent people sound dumb.
Since we don't all have dyno's in our garages, most of us need to speculate. So I guess we'll just have to intelligent HP talk by dump people.
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Old 05-02-2012, 01:27 PM   #52
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A lot of bolt ons don't add HP they just free some up because the engine can breath and flow better.
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Old 05-02-2012, 01:27 PM   #53
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If someone ask my opinion on how much hp they have I will say what I think it's around, don't understand how that makes me look "dumb".
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Old 05-02-2012, 01:42 PM   #54
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No just gear ratio cai exhaust tuned perform clutch 75mm throttle body and a lot of suspension. 300 might be exaggerated by me lol but my suspension put the power to the wheels. I love cobras but i wish insur wasnt sp expensive!

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And i have a 97 gt engine. Imo i want to buy a v6 and drop a cobra into it for insur evade lol
V6 with Cobra swap is the way to go my friend i pay $388 dollars for 6 months of Insurance lol.
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Old 05-02-2012, 01:49 PM   #55
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If someone ask my opinion on how much hp they have I will say what I think it's around, don't understand how that makes me look "dumb".
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Throwing out hp numbers lead to disappointment when the car is finally dyno'd.
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Old 05-02-2012, 02:20 PM   #57
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Throwing out hp numbers lead to disappointment when the car is finally dyno'd.
If I would of said like 400hp then yes I agree but around 290-300 is what his motor would make I'm sure it wouldn't be far off to disappoint him.
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If I would of said like 400hp then yes I agree but around 290-300 is what his motor would make I'm sure it wouldn't be far off to disappoint him.
I hear you there. I will agree with you if you can get me within 10 rwhp of what my car would dyno. 00 GT, BBK CAI, BBK shorties, O/R x pipe, magnaflow magnapack cat-back, 4.10s.
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He has more than that. A stock 97 Gt has 215 stock so your saying all those mods he only picked up 15hp? That doesn't seem right.
They have 215 at the flywheel. He will be lucky to have 230-235 at the wheels with those mods

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If someone ask my opinion on how much hp they have I will say what I think it's around, don't understand how that makes me look "dumb".
It doesn't make you look dumb. His comment was incorrect. It just shows your guess is a high
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I'm talking about horse power at the fly wheel a 97 has 215 at the fly wheel with his mods he will be over 230 at the fly wheel, rwhp is totally different yes he's making around 230 at the wheels but I was talking about at the flywheel.
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95 cobra stock has 240fwhp
I have:
65mm tb
Longtube headers
O/r x pipe
Flowmasters
SCT Dyno tune
C&L CAI
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Old 05-02-2012, 04:37 PM   #62
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95 cobra stock has 240fwhp
I have:
65mm tb
Longtube headers
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266rwhp
364rwtq
Nice! 95's are 5.0's right? Tourquey some *****es!
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Old 05-02-2012, 04:49 PM   #63
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Nice! 95's are 5.0's right? Tourquey some *****es!
Yes last year of the 5.0 till 2011's came out
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