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Old 01-08-2013, 07:56 PM   #1
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I've been away for a while, but I've been getting things together so I can have the stang ready for the summer. I'm getting lowering springs, shocks and struts probably in the next 2 weeks. Next the wheels and another radio. While getting this done, I am considering getting a pulley to get a little more out of the car. Since I'm no genius or even consider myself to be a whiz in this area, I'm coming to the pros to kind out what is a safe and recommended psi that I should try to achieve and how?
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How much power u want?
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How much psi are you at right now
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How much power u want?
I would like to be over 400. Maybe 425.

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How much psi are you at right now
I had a guy look at it from the tire shop near my job. He said I was making about 5-6 psi. I just meet another guy that builds mustangs and race them. He said he would help with any mods and get it dyno for me.
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You can run a couple more psi easily as long as you keep everything cooled properly (read: a proper air-to-water intercooler). 400 or 425 would be a safe number; 450 is pretty much the absolute max on a stock bottom end.
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