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Old 01-07-2013, 05:43 PM   #36
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Hey all first time posting. Whats goin on
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Thanks. Hey quick question for ya. You notice a big difference with the tune? Ive been tossing buying one back and forth and i went to a local mustang shop ( DEZ RACING) and they pretty much laughed me out of the building for wanting a "canned tuner"

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BTW Have a pretty much total stock 99 GT. Has a CAI, and Borla Catback.
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Thanks. Hey quick question for ya. You notice a big difference with the tune? Ive been tossing buying one back and forth and i went to a local mustang shop ( DEZ RACING) and they pretty much laughed me out of the building for wanting a "canned tuner"

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Yup! I'm sure there is an increase in HP, but mainly to it is throttle response, sound (my exhaust sounds cleaner), and maybe some upper RPM pull when you are at WOT. You get better shifting if you have an auto tranny as well.
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You'll need o2 extensions and mil eliminators. Or if you have a tuner you won't need the eliminators as the tuner will get rid of the codes it throws.
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So will the SR extensions work from American muscle?
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Make sure to get a flange gasket if you haven't already done so. the paper gasket rips really easy when tightening to the manifold. I prefer the stainless steel gasket from autozone $10 and 2 days and it was here took about 20 minutes to put on. Fixed my really bad exhaust leak and now I get better gas with it! Dam o2 sensors making me waste gas lol
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IMO, the hardest part was unplugging the drivers side O2 sensor. On the passenger side, at the manifold, it sucked having a loose universal joint socket extension. Every time you would get the socket over to the nuts, gravity would make my socket drop and point down. Not a show stopper, just a PITA. When putting on the o/r mid pipe, I found it easier to start the end toward the back of the car first, then connect to the manifolds. After a few days, I would jack it up and make sure everything is still tight. Good luck and let us know how it goes.
Wrap one or two wide rubber bands around the u-joint extension...
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Wrap one or two wide rubber bands around the u-joint extension...
Another thing is a piece of electrical tape. Thats what i do.
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^Both good ideas!
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Another thing is a piece of electrical tape. Thats what i do.
Yup, good stuff--I have a 12" extension with a plug socket taped to it, as I have had too many sockets get stuck down in deep plug wells...
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Yup, good stuff--I have a 12" extension with a plug socket taped to it, as I have had too many sockets get stuck down in deep plug wells...
Haha thats a good idea too!
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