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Old 08-02-2013, 10:36 PM   #1
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Hello I have a 2007 V6 Manual Transmission and it has a cold air intake now and I want to do some cheap money wise stuff to increase the horsepower I was thinking of getting a tune or is there more stuff and cheaper? Please help?
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Rear gear ratio. Exhaust. Tune

Suspension.
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Like detailed names of stuff?
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I have an 88 5L pushrod. I don't really know the sixxers
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Try Ford Racing 3.73 or 4.10 gears, Magnaflow true dual exhaust and a Bama or MPT tuner. Of the three, the tuner is the cheapest as it doesn't require paying for installation.
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Hello I have a 2007 V6 Manual Transmission and it has a cold air intake now and I want to do some cheap money wise stuff to increase the horsepower I was thinking of getting a tune or is there more stuff and cheaper? Please help?
Pypes true dual mid muffler exaust (americauscle). Bbk cai and the tuner.
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Hey I thought his would be a good place to jump in with this question:
If you convert to dual exhaust on the v6 what have you all done about the single exhaust cutout on the rear bumper?

Cut a new one or get a gt bumper?

Also I saw a 66 mustang with dual exhaust and it had to holes (full circle) in the rear bumper for the exhaust tips, is there an after market bumper like that for our mustangs?

Sorry I don't mean to hijack the thread, just thought these were related questions
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Hey I thought his would be a good place to jump in with this question:
If you convert to dual exhaust on the v6 what have you all done about the single exhaust cutout on the rear bumper?

Cut a new one or get a gt bumper?

Also I saw a 66 mustang with dual exhaust and it had to holes (full circle) in the rear bumper for the exhaust tips, is there an after market bumper like that for our mustangs?

Sorry I don't mean to hijack the thread, just thought these were related questions
The exaust comes with a cut out for the other tail pipe. However, the pypes system is kind of awkward to instal the tips so we just did it to the rear axel and left it. No pipes comminv out if back
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Pypes true dual mid muffler exaust (americauscle). Bbk cai and the tuner.
+1 Pypes mid muffler
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Hey I thought his would be a good place to jump in with this question:
If you convert to dual exhaust on the v6 what have you all done about the single exhaust cutout on the rear bumper?

Cut a new one or get a gt bumper?

Also I saw a 66 mustang with dual exhaust and it had to holes (full circle) in the rear bumper for the exhaust tips, is there an after market bumper like that for our mustangs?

Sorry I don't mean to hijack the thread, just thought these were related questions
Templates are available for the cut out. Use a rotary tool. Just position it carefully and take your time. It isn't difficult.
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