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Old 01-21-2014, 04:43 PM   #1
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Motion control delete plates?

Anybody have these for there gt? How was the gains?
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what year is your car 05-09.... 2010 and after are built in to the intake the gains are around 5 to 10 but no waiting for the butterflies at 30 to 40 mph when you punch it .it goes.......add 60 mm throttle body some headers and axlebacks and a tuner and wow
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It's an 05 gt and iv already got

4.10
Control arms
Transmission brace
Cobra jet drag springs
Cold air intake
Throttle body spacer
Strut brace
Tuner
Longtube headers dumped after prochamber
Nos
And I'm probably forgetting stuff
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power is instant the throttle response is very noticeable while the throttle is opening the butterflies are restrictive with those gone and about 5 lbs of dead weight gone as well(the motor that opens the butterflies can be removed with a tune) you might want to get a larger throttle body at some point the long tubes and nos will love that.....let that pony breath lol.....the install is about two hours tops and you don't have to take off the fuel rails just lift them to the drivers side leaving the fuel line attached 14 small bolts and two c rings after that and the intake is off
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It's an 05 gt and iv already got

4.10
Control arms
Transmission brace
Cobra jet drag springs
Cold air intake
Throttle body spacer
Strut brace
Tuner
Longtube headers dumped after prochamber
Nos
And I'm probably forgetting stuff

Kinda off subject but how was the install on the cobra jets? I'm i stalling mine tomorrow. Any tips?
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Kinda off subject but how was the install on the cobra jets? I'm i stalling mine tomorrow. Any tips?

The rear end toke me 15 minutes. The fronts toke about 45 mins a peace. The local shop here let me use there lift and there hydralic spring compreser. But honestly it's pretty simple. Just make shure u remember were everything u take off goes. If u need a full write up I'll give u on
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The rear end toke me 15 minutes. The fronts toke about 45 mins a peace. The local shop here let me use there lift and there hydralic spring compreser. But honestly it's pretty simple. Just make shure u remember were everything u take off goes. If u need a full write up I'll give u on

If you don't mind man that would be great!
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If you don't mind man that would be great!

This is a lot like the one I used http://www.americanmuscle.com/ford-r...9-install.html
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If you don't mind man that would be great!

And by the way I think I'm ganan order some red halos like your
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Hit up advanced automotive concepts. AAC.com I think. It's the color shift 2.0 controller, can go any color. They're awesome man
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Here is my stance with the springs Click image for larger version

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Here is my stance with the springs
Did those springs lower your car a little? Looks like it.
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Thread jack! Please stay on topic.
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Why does it matter? It's his thread
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