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Old 01-30-2014, 12:10 AM   #1
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V6 95 Stang

I just got a 95 v6 and I was wondering what's the stock hp? And what would a cheap quick hp gain? Something that would add about 100hp for not too much? Need help plz!!!!
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Old 01-30-2014, 12:28 AM   #2
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a cheap quick hp gain around 100 hp
hahahha define cheap?
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Old 01-30-2014, 12:29 AM   #3
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150hp, 135 to the wheels. Only way to add 100hp is to swap a 1999-2004v6 in there, do some slight head work, beefier cam, windstar intake, tune, dual exhaust... might be close to 250rwhp but you're talking 2500-5000 for a good solid build.... or slap a turbo on and have a dead engine in 50,000 miles lol
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Would it just be cheaper to swap engines with a v8?
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its not as easy as just swapping the engine lol you would be replacing almost every part

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be cheaper to just sell your car and buy a v8
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What would 1000-2000$ get me?
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What would 1000-2000$ get me?
If you can do it yourself, a good bit can be done
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Yea a buddy of mine has his own shop so id be doing it mostly for free
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Old 01-30-2014, 01:45 AM   #9
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Yea a buddy of mine has his own shop so id be doing it mostly for free
Although labor can be "favored," parts don't buy themselves.

For bolt-ons for your V6: cold air intake, long tube headers, O/R or catted shorty mid-pipe, dual exhaust conversion, axle-backs, aftermarket tune to tie everything together... Basic starter bolt-on mods.

Don't forget about maintenance too. I'm not a pro in this area, but sea-foaming your gas tank, good quality oil, filters of all kind, etc., can bring your pony up to factory specs after years of age.
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Okay so my car is dead I think the head gasket is blown before that the car was making a loud clicking sound and just really loud didn't sound good I need help also the car died and smoke was everywhere had to get out the car it was so bad help plzzzzzz
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whats it look like under the hood? coolant everywhere or what
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Old 02-01-2014, 03:09 AM   #12
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Not from what I see no
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What could this be?
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Loud clicking?!? No good... Could be a thrown valve, get towed to your friends shop, sorry to hear about the motor
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Thrown valve what would I be looking at $$$$ wise
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Could be up to needing a new engine, or some serious repair of head and cylinder. I can't say on a forum like this though, head gasket will be cheaper by a lot. Hopefully it's that.
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