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Old 01-01-2013, 12:11 AM   #1
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Any suggestions??

So I can't figure out what I want to do on my GT next..... So far I have a cold air intake, Mac Prochamber exhaust, no mufflers, 3.73 Gears, Sct Tuner, slotted rotors.

I was thinking maybe throttle body/plenum but idk if its really worth the money for it. Any of you guys have any suggestions on what I should do for my next mod?? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated
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Have you done lowering springs or suspension parts?
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Have you done lowering springs or suspension parts?
No not yet, I was thinking about that but I'm kind of afraid to tackle that because with stock height I barely make it into my own driveway with a little scraping
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If your staying N/A I would get the throttle body and plenum combo and then throw a set of cams in, then a retune
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If your staying N/A I would get the throttle body and plenum combo and then throw a set of cams in, then a retune
Yeah I plan on staying N/A for awhile so I might do the throttle body and plenum. What would be better the 70mm or 75mm throttle body??
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Yeah I plan on staying N/A for awhile so I might do the throttle body and plenum. What would be better the 70mm or 75mm throttle body??
Stick with the 70 mm the 75mm is mainly used for FI applications , I would look into the accufab combo , I have this combo on my wife's car it has great throttle response , and I hear the bbk set up is pretty good also
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Stick with the 70 mm the 75mm is mainly used for FI applications , I would look into the accufab combo , I have this combo on my wife's car it has great throttle response , and I hear the bbk set up is pretty good also
Ok thank you very much yeah I don't see doing FI for a long time so if I do go with the throttle body I will get the 70 mm
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Ok thank you very much yeah I don't see doing FI for a long time so if I do go with the throttle body I will get the 70 mm
Your welcome! And if you do decide to go that route you should really think about these cams , for the money to horsepower ratio it's a good investmenthttp://www.americanmuscle.com/mustan...s-xe262ah.html
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Your welcome! And if you do decide to go that route you should really think about these cams , for the money to horsepower ratio it's a good investmenthttp://www.americanmuscle.com/mustan...s-xe262ah.html
Thank you for the advice I will definitely consider that if I decide to go that route
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Those cams sound bad ***
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If your staying N/A I would get the throttle body and plenum combo and then throw a set of cams in, then a retune
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I do run the Bbk though.
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Would this be a good buy??

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Bbk is close to that price

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And a lot of people like the bbk
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I got that trick flow kit except 75mm cause they are good.
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