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Old 02-04-2011, 06:40 PM   #36
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Can I just weld up my cracked headers?
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If you want them to look like sh** and crack again, then hell yes.
Seriously though, just get some new ones, they aren't that expensive.
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Hmm... I think I had a HID last night.
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Hmm... I think I had a HID last night.
Something wrong with the vagina??
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Something wrong with the vagina??
Actually no. That's why I had the HID.
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I saw a pair of mac headers for a sixxer on the corral today.. Couple hundy I think
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K. I don't have the money right now but I'll buy some as soon as I get the money. Recommendation for good shorties? I want a good sound but not too expecsive
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I saw a pair of mac headers for a sixxer on the corral today.. Couple hundy I think
I've heard a lot about them. Did the sixxer sound good?
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K. I don't have the money right now but I'll buy some as soon as I get the money. Recommendation for good shorties? I want a good sound but not too expecsive
Shorties are a waste of money. Long tubes or don't bother
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I've heard a lot about them. Did the sixxer sound good?
They were advertised on the corral. Mac makes a good product and not unreasonably priced
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Shorties are a waste of money. Long tubes or don't bother
Well I need replacements. Not gain. Haha
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+1^^^ I know the earlier fox body fuel injected 4 bangers had a problem with the throttle linkage being to long but not the newer ones. If your throttle isn't opening all the way up, take a few zip ties and at the pedal you pull on the cable where it connects at and put the zip ties around the cable and that should let the pedal pull the cable more.
I got try doing that to my throttle cuz it doesn't seem to open all the way
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you could adjust the Tps sensor voltage on the ol 5.0's for more power ?
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you could adjust the Tps sensor voltage on the ol 5.0's for more power ?
Why would it give you more power.... It just opens the throttle body blade to allow air in
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Why would it give you more power.... It just opens the throttle body blade to allow air in
Just a guess. More air to engine possibly? Lol
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Just a guess. More air to engine possibly? Lol
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Hmm... I think I had a HID last night.
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Hey joshy,what year is your sixxer. Is it one that you can put on the windstar intake. And if so will a stock mustang plenum bolt on to the windstar. If it will you should do that upgrade and I will send you a stock horse plenum. That will get more than enough air into that sixxer of yours and look cool in the process
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I'm not sure. It's a 2001. What do you think?
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Hey joshy,what year is your sixxer. Is it one that you can put on the windstar intake. And if so will a stock mustang plenum bolt on to the windstar. If it will you should do that upgrade and I will send you a stock horse plenum. That will get more than enough air into that sixxer of yours and look cool in the process
I checked it out and it looks interesting. Do u think I should buy an intake from C&L? Or use a windstar?
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Go to the auto wrecker and get a windstar intake. You can get it for 50 bucks. You know what I am talking about right. The windstar minivans. The intake is a bolt on to the mustang and really improves flow bro. I can keep my eyes peeled for ya if you like.... And I am pretty sure it bolts onto an 01.... Join the Modded mustangs forum,those guys have got pages and pages of stickies for upgrading your sixxer and step by step instructions for install. That's how I changed my clutch last fall. A sticky in that forum.
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Go to the auto wrecker and get a windstar intake. You can get it for 50 bucks. You know what I am talking about right. The windstar minivans. The intake is a bolt on to the mustang and really improves flow bro. I can keep my eyes peeled for ya if you like.... And I am pretty sure it bolts onto an 01.... Join the Modded mustangs forum,those guys have got pages and pages of stickies for upgrading your sixxer and step by step instructions for install. That's how I changed my clutch last fall. A sticky in that forum.
Yah I saw what u meant. Thanks for the info
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Yah I saw what u meant. Thanks for the info
You bet... Happy hunting
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What is the cheapest brand of long tube headers? And how much are they? I'm having trouble finding them.
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What is the cheapest brand of long tube headers? And how much are they? I'm having trouble finding them.
There are many different brands. Mac makes nice ones and a vendor on the corral is selling them for 14% over cost. Join up over there and check em out lil mustanger
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There are many different brands. Mac makes nice ones and a vendor on the corral is selling them for 14% over cost. Join up over there and check em out lil mustanger
K. U think it's safe?
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K. U think it's safe?
I buy many products from that site. If you use paypal you as the customer are covered against fraud just don't send money as gift. And he is a registered vendor. A sponsor of the site so yes I think it's safe. Always check a members itrader feedback. That is where a person who gas purchased from that person leaves comments. They write whether or not they were happy with the transaction. It's the best way to find out about the person you are purchasing from. It also leaves the buyers name so you can contact them and ask them if they were happy
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How reliable is CJ?
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How reliable is CJ?
Very!
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K. Thanks. Just wanted to make sure
They are one of the top dogs when it comes to online parts. Latemodel Restoration Supply is who I prefer, but CJ, and American Muscle are very good too.
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