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Old 10-30-2014, 11:14 AM   #1
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Stock GT

Okay guys I have a stock GT, flowmaster exhaust. Where should I begin? Click image for larger version

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Old 10-30-2014, 11:16 AM   #2
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Airaid cold air intake first
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Old 10-30-2014, 11:19 AM   #3
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Airaid cold air intake first

AM the best place to get it?


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That's where I get all of my products for my mustang at, but there's also another website called www.cjponyparts.com
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That's where I get all of my products for my mustang at, but there's also another website called www.cjponyparts.com

No tune to? It will produce a good amount of performance without a tune?


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Old 10-30-2014, 11:37 AM   #6
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Yeah it could use a tune. It should give you about 7-10 HP without a tune
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JLT fender intake, x pipe, tune, gears.

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JLT fender intake, x pipe, tune, gears.

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3.73 gears?


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Old 10-30-2014, 12:19 PM   #9
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410 gears
Short shifter
X pipe
Plenum
Throttle body
Tune
Suspension work

And should be a decent car after that.

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Would be nice to have more info....

What transmission do you have?
What do you want to do with the car?
What tires do you have? (Size and brand)


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Yeah it could use a tune. It should give you about 7-10 HP without a tune

No it won't.


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Old 10-30-2014, 12:27 PM   #12
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Yeah it could use a tune. It should give you about 7-10 HP without a tune
Not going to happen.

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Well, looks like Soccer beat me to it.
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3.73 gears manual or 4.10 for auto.

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I think a full bolt on (minus heads, cams) cars only gain like 30rwhp to 35rwhp at most from stock. It's depending on the tune, and how much heat aftermarket intakes and headers metal absorbs, and having longtubes or shorty headers.


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Full bolt on GT usually is around 260-265whp
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Full bolt on GT usually is around 260-265whp

With a good dyno tune yeah I agree.


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Mine made that much on a dyno tune and over 300 rwtq only thing left I don't have for bolt ons is long tubes. So it's possible


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Would be nice to have more info....

What transmission do you have?
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Standard, make 300 hp to the crank, and 18 size


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Would be nice to have more info....

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Standard, make 300 hp to the crank, and 18 size.

I just wanna improve on my shifting and power/torque


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Tires..... Not wheels.

Brand and model tires. And the xxx/xx-18 size


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Tires..... Not wheels.

Brand and model tires. And the xxx/xx-18 size


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245/45zr17 95w , and riken


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Old 10-30-2014, 10:32 PM   #22
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Full exhaust, a good intake, larger throttle body and plenum, maybe some under drive pulleys, and a good tune you'll be making close to 300 if not over 300 at the crank. But if your gonna do all that to your motor and leave the suspension stock on some all season tires your gonna spin a lot of tire.


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Full exhaust, a good intake, larger throttle body and plenum, maybe some under drive pulleys, and a good tune you'll be making close to 300 if not over 300 at the crank. But if your gonna do all that to your motor and leave the suspension stock on some all season tires your gonna spin a lot of tire.


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Unless they're bald I wouldn't swap them out until you swap out at least lower control arms. You'd be surprised on what your car will do with some non drag radial tires if you have an amazing suspension. Pretty sure others will tell you that tires only wont get the car to hook up


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Full exhaust, a good intake, larger throttle body and plenum, maybe some under drive pulleys, and a good tune you'll be making close to 300 if not over 300 at the crank. But if your gonna do all that to your motor and leave the suspension stock on some all season tires your gonna spin a lot of tire.


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The chech sounds like he's right on the money for what your wanting to do currently. As others have said, you will need some better traction. Upgrade your tires, and get sub frame connectors.

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Maybe a set of 410s to top it off.

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Beyond all you need tires. I'm at that point now where I have a ton of stuff done and I can't do crap because of my tires. It is changing soon, but you need tires badly.


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Would be nice to have more info....

What transmission do you have?
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What tires do you have? (Size and brand)


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Tr3650
Make it quick but its also a daily
17s. 245 raptors in front, 275 summitomos in back

Lmaoooo i just cane across this post.


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It all depends what you want the car for mine is for street and strip. I also buy everything from Jegs.
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Lol @ thread necro. Oh well.


Post #9 has it right.


Suggesting a CAI as the first mod... lolz.
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Lol @ thread necro. Oh well.


Post #9 has it right.


Suggesting a CAI as the first mod... lolz.

Lmao oh yea. That CAI ITSELF should boost me up with the cobras...


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Lmao oh yea. That CAI ITSELF should boost me up with the cobras...


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CAI 45 horsepowers.


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Lmaoooo, d00d without tune. Il be with vettes all day


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