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Old 06-20-2012, 09:38 PM   #1
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The next mod.....

This is what I have so far:
- Airaid Cai / w/89 tune
- Flowmaster Axleback Force II
- Eibach Prokit (minus sway bars)

I am looking for ideas for the next mod. 4.10 gears are naturally the next step, but I am worried it will kill the MPG like it did in the 02 GT I used to own. Has anyone here done the upgrade? Is it worth it? Any other mods anyone has done that they like so far?

Supercharger aside, it seems like there is a shortage of good performance Mods for these cars. No heads, no cams, not even a mach1 shaker. Unless I missed something.

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I would kill for a blower but $5500 + install is not affordable for me right now. Def after the car is paid off. I would love to spend $700 for a better intake manifold (sure wish they made a Boss 3.7) or something to add noticeable hp.
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Old 06-20-2012, 09:40 PM   #2
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How does the flow masters sound?
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They sound awesome. They gargle and pop, very loud.
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I know they make LT's for those, don't they make an xpipe also?
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Old 06-20-2012, 10:28 PM   #5
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Yes, but I was looking to do the headers back and there is not a great selection out there, I think only one or two companies make them, BBK and someone else
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How about NOS on a full throttle switch?
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How about new throttle body? But even that's kinda pricy :/
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Old 06-21-2012, 01:38 AM   #8
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I thought about Nos, I'm looking for a more permanent solution. Thats only really good at the track.

Are you talking about the throttle body spacer? I can't use that with the cai according to the seller. Is there a reason why or a way to use both?

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Check this out, just came across these 4.56 gears:
http://www.americanmuscle.com/ford-456-1113v6.html
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Check this out, just came across these 4.56 gears]
Haha weren't you worried about 4.10's ruining your gas mileage?!?!
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I thought about Nos, I'm looking for a more permanent solution. Thats only really good at the track.

Are you talking about the throttle body spacer? I can't use that with the cai according to the seller. Is there a reason why or a way to use both?

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Check this out, just came across these 4.56 gears:
http://www.americanmuscle.com/ford-456-1113v6.html
The spacer I believe is kinda for show. But some people say it works some say it's a paper weight. What I was referring to was the 73mm throttle body for our stangs.

http://www.americanmuscle.com/bbk-85...ody-112v6.html
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It makes your car have a Honda turbo whine in my opinion. Sounds so cheesy.
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The spacer I believe is kinda for show. But some people say it works some say it's a paper weight. What I was referring to was the 73mm throttle body for our stangs.

http://www.americanmuscle.com/bbk-85...ody-112v6.html
The TB spacer actually does help if your car is FI, if it's still NA then it does almost nothing
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I thought about Nos, I'm looking for a more permanent solution. Thats only really good at the track.

Are you talking about the throttle body spacer? I can't use that with the cai according to the seller. Is there a reason why or a way to use both?

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Check this out, just came across these 4.56 gears:
http://www.americanmuscle.com/ford-456-1113v6.html
I am also curious about the 4.56!!!
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Re: The next mod.....

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Yes, but I was looking to do the headers back and there is not a great selection out there, I think only one or two companies make them, BBK and someone else
BBK and borla

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I thought about Nos, I'm looking for a more permanent solution. Thats only really good at the track.

Are you talking about the throttle body spacer? I can't use that with the cai according to the seller. Is there a reason why or a way to use both?

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Check this out, just came across these 4.56 gears:
Ford Racing 4.56 Mustang Gears (11-13 V6) M-4209-88456 - Free Shipping!
instead of NOS, check out meth injection. meth injection is like nos, but it doesn't harm your engine, it actually helps it. if you run 93 octane and put 50/50 meth/water then it's like running race fuel. meth also cools your engine, and if you're running forced induction it provides even greater benefits
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Old 08-16-2012, 02:34 AM   #15
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There's also another set on lethal performance.com I think they are called American racing or something like that
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Re: The next mod.....

go for it
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