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Old 06-04-2013, 02:56 PM   #1
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Hey

Well for get the bigger motor what about a tuner/programmer/chip/turbo etc. what's everyone's oppion bout that
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Need supporting mods for turbo

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What mods do u already have?
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Old 06-04-2013, 07:51 PM   #3
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Tuner vs Prorgrammer

What's everyone's oppion about a tuner or programmer for a v6
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Its a yes no matter what your car is, it will really wake up your car, especially if its an auto.
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Its a yes no matter what your car is, it will really wake up your car, especially if its an auto.
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If you're going to mod your Mustang, a tune should definitely be on that list. Even if that's all you do to your engine. The stock feels gross and sluggish compared to my Bama tune. It is quite risky to just drop $400+ on something you have no idea on how it will turn out (unless you drive a tuned Mustang beforehand), but you can't go wrong with a Bama tuner with free tunes for life.
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Where do I order that at man? Thanks for the info
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I don't have anything all stock just want a little more HP
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With out any mods none of those would really help get a cai and handheld tuner from am best way to start
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A what would be a good start
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^^ like I said buy a cai (cold air intake) and the handheld tuner that comes with free tunes for life and then just keep modding from there
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Old 06-06-2013, 05:35 PM   #11
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All right how much is a cold air intake for a 08 v6
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Tried to post the link but just look up American muscle and look at the prices
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+1 They have just about everything you will ever need for your mustang.

Also, you didn't really need to post the same question 3 times. Not sure if it was an accident or what, but just a heads up, lol.
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Ya I didn't mean to I'm still gettin used to this app and idk how to take one off when I post it
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Ya I didn't mean to I'm still gettin used to this app and idk how to take one off when I post it
It's cool, you'll get used to it. I don't think you can delete a thread once you make one, but someone can correct me if I'm wrong. Welcome to the forums though! If you have anymore questions feel free to ask and someone will most likely help.
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For real iv learned so much I'm just 18 lol see I did my 0-60 and it was 8.3 and I'm no racecar drive and I want it quick with out gettin a gt motor and spendin 500$
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Tuner will run you $400 CAI $250ish combo $600ish... Car parts (especially performance parts) aren't cheap. Tuner CAI combos are reasonable priced for their bang for the buck
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Thanks man I appreciate all the help
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