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Old 06-09-2013, 02:07 PM   #1
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Hey guys am new to the whole mustang world. I have a 2003 mustang gt automatic. I have three mods, cai, borla exhaust, and a maf sensor. I was looking at new mods. I will be starting a summer job this summer from now to august getting lots of hours hopefully. My goal is to make $2000 to $3500. What other mods should i get? Should i get Lt headers, camshafts, xpipe, tb, intake manifold, tuner, gears, subframe connectors? I mean I have no idea what to get? I also have no garage to install all the parts like camshafts, gears, or lt headers so i will have to pay the shop to install to if i get those mods
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What are your plans for the car? If it's just meant to be a nice driver/cruiser I would go with lowering it, rims, and at least a Mach 1 chin spoiler. A tuner and gears are another good upgrade that you can go with
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My plans are to get loads of horsepower but its also my daily driver as well. I want power. I dont plan to supercharge it or turbo it for a very long time
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loads of hp and 2v dnt go together srry man haha u can get good suspension sticky yours and weight reduction and have awesome times at track but 2v ate not dyno queens
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Read the sticky at the top of this forum...

Definitely do the J-mod if you have an automatic. Look up J-mod on youtube for a how-to video. Its literally like putting in a shift kit but for about $60 for gaskets, a few drill bits and fluid.
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