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Old 05-04-2013, 02:53 PM   #1
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Here is the build I believe I'm gonna go with for my 04 GT

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American thunder Catback
4.10s
MAC O/R x-pipe
BBK CAI
SCT tuner

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MAC L/T headers
KB 2.1 or 2.6
MMR 600 or 750 forged internals

I was wondering what else you guys think I should. Your opinions would be greatly appreciated. Also what kind of numbers can I expect with all of this.

I also know I will have to get clutch n flywheel and suspension. What do you guys suggest for all of this as well. Thank you guys
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Yes I actually just forgot to list cams. Any suggestions on what cams to get?
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Since your going FI I would go Stage 3 Comp Cams. Will give you some good power and sound amazing.
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That's what I was leaning towards. Thank you
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If you go long tubes youll need a shorty x pipe, the one you have wont fit
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IRS swap! I'm slightly biased though. Make sure your diff can handle the extra power you'll be making with a KB.
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If you go long tubes youll need a shorty x pipe, the one you have wont fit
Sorry that was a typo. I have the shorty x pipe
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