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Old 08-24-2013, 05:30 PM   #1
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The first round of mods in the 00 is almost done. 3.73's and flowmaster catback and tri-ax shifter. Next is to get a tuner to correct speedo. It runs good and seems to pull a lot harder through the gears. What is a good shift point for a near stock 00 4.6?

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I believe I read somewhere that 5500 is a good starting point because the throttle body and plenum kill the power curve after that.

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I usually run it out to redline in first and second and then take third to 5500
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