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Old 05-15-2012, 12:59 PM   #1
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Mustang plenum good buy?

This guy is selling this plenum for 150 is tht a good price? I'm a nooby so idk

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Old 05-15-2012, 01:38 PM   #2
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You can find better deals just depends on how long u want to wait
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You can find better deals just depends on how long u want to wait
Oh ok. How much do they run for and is it an improvement for the money they are worth?
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Re: Mustang plenum good buy?

would it fit on a 2000 v6
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would it fit on a 2000 v6
Short answer, no.
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You should see a couple more horses but not much!..
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You should see a couple more horses but not much!..
Nvm then rather spend it on something else thnks
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Nvm then rather spend it on something else thnks
If you couple it with like a 70mm TB you will see an even better improvement!.. I've got a 75mm and upper on mine and saw a nice gain between the two!.. But unless your FI then your gains won't be that great from those mods!..
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