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Old 02-22-2013, 08:41 PM   #36
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I bought the gears from AM
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Gotcha. when I check my shop I'll see how many things I'll need to buy
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Gotcha. when I check my shop I'll see how many things I'll need to buy
and call around!
I started out with 600 for labor, then I got 400, then 150.
make sure you talk to some of there customers, and if you have a group of car friends, then ask them, if they've done it before.
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and call around!
I started out with 600 for labor, then I got 400, then 150.
make sure you talk to some of there customers, and if you have a group of car friends, then ask them, if they've done it before.
Here in Cali it's really difficult to find good deals.
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Shop is only open weekdays, and la Madre won't let me skip school, I'll have to wait until march 25th :/
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Shop is only open weekdays, and la Madre won't let me skip school, I'll have to wait until march 25th :/
U can get the bearing from autozone for 17 bucks thats what i did
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U can get the bearing from autozone for 17 bucks thats what i did
That's what the guy said
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That's what the guy said
Then why go to ford lol they will wanna sell it for your left nut haha
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Then why go to ford lol they will wanna sell it for your left nut haha
The guy said if he needed a bearing, it'd only be 20 bucks? Idk where he's getting it from honestly
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The guy said if he needed a bearing, it'd only be 20 bucks? Idk where he's getting it from honestly
Autozone literally where i got mine hahaha
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So just curious, what type of rpm would you be looking at for a 3:73 gear at 80 mph on a car that has 6 gears. I know you said your at 2500 rpm in 5th gear at 73 mph but why not then just shift to your 6th gear. The 11 plus are 6 speed auto or manual. Just wondering where your rpm would be with 3:73 gears doing 73 in 6th gear.

I know currently with my 2:73 gears traveling around 80 mph had my rpm right around 2000. I have no idea where I'll be when I install my 3:73 gears at the same speed.
I wish I had a 6th gear to switch into! Lol. Did you get the 3.73's?
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I wish I had a 6th gear to switch into! Lol. Did you get the 3.73's?
Oh I got them today installed along with the one piece aluminum driveshaft and let me tell you. OMG. BRO get 3:73. I nailed it from a dead stop and no tire spin with stock tires. Omg, threw me back hard. Must have. The car is a mini beast. 10 and under Gt's are mine now. They my b otch. Lol. Wow. The throttle response with this hybrid tune is crazy and mods I have
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what other mods do you have kona? I'm getting 3.73s next week! I wanna know what to expect bro
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what other mods do you have kona? I'm getting 3.73s next week! I wanna know what to expect bro
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Thats it for me. Lol

Bro, the 3:73 gears transform our V6. The biggest issue of our 11 plus sixer's is the off line power and that's because of the 2:73 gears. The 3:73 changes that. Omg, the car now shoots off from a dead stop with little tire spin. The power is awesome. The car slams you back now and it pulls hard. Its no 5.0 but I'll tell ya what. It won't be far behind a stock 5.0. Lol
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bro I got 2.73. and other mods and doin 0-60 in 5.1 sec. I can't wait 3.73! hopefully I get to 4s! I totally agree with you bro
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bro I got 2.73. and other mods and doin 0-60 in 5.1 sec. I can't wait 3.73! hopefully I get to 4s! I totally agree with you bro
Oh, I hit 4.8 tonight 0-60 mph and that's still with no headers and cats on. When those cats come off its gonna open that engine up way more to breath and maybe get the car down to 4.7 or 4.6 0-60 mph. Really, think about it, for a six cylinder non turbo car, its a beast. I only paid 22.5k for the car. 3k for all my mods including the upcoming headers and x pipe. For 25.5k I got a car that will easily run 0-60 under 5 seconds and hit 1/4 mile in 13.2 to 13.3 all day and on factory 17 inch stock tires to boot. What other car can give you that type of power and performance for that kind of money? None.
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damn!!! I'm so pumped. I plan on also getting headers and x pipe in 4 weeks. I've already beaten 4.6s! movin onto 5.0s but that's sick bro! for the price of our cars and mods it's a steal man. you could put supercharger on and it'll be equivalent to a premium 5.0 and you would smoke them!
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damn!!! I'm so pumped. I plan on also getting headers and x pipe in 4 weeks. I've already beaten 4.6s! movin onto 5.0s but that's sick bro! for the price of our cars and mods it's a steal man. you could put supercharger on and it'll be equivalent to a premium 5.0 and you would smoke them!
I know bro. It's sick. Ford made this awesome V6 engine and gave it huge potential for power but tamed it big time to market a super fuel efficient sports car. All you have to do with our sixers is unlock its potential that Ford gave it and tucked it away. The power is all there with the 11 plus sixers. 3k and you have a real performance vehicle that will leave 10 and under GT owners getting beat or a real run. Supercharge it , and your talking 2012 and under Gt500 power. You can get a pro charger supercharger for around 5200k. No car for the money can touch its power and performance. Plus if one keeps there car regularly maintenance, the engine should last 200k miles.
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I know man. haha to think I was gonna get a camaro! I changed my mind at the last minute!! I'm so happy I did!
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I know bro. It's sick. Ford made this awesome V6 engine and gave it huge potential for power but tamed it big time to market a super fuel efficient sports car. All you have to do with our sixers is unlock its potential that Ford gave it and tucked it away. The power is all there with the 11 plus sixers. 3k and you have a real performance vehicle that will leave 10 and under GT owners getting beat or a real run. Supercharge it , and your talking 2012 and under Gt500 power. You can get a pro charger supercharger for around 5200k. No car for the money can touch its power and performance. Plus if one keeps there car regularly maintenance, the engine should last 200k miles.
Glad to see someone who thinks like I do :p
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Glad to see someone who thinks like I do :p
So we know there is at least two super smart people in this world. Lmao. Can we get a third. Lol
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So we know there is at least two super smart people in this world. Lmao. Can we get a third. Lol
I count as 2 :p
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So we know there is at least two super smart people in this world. Lmao. Can we get a third. Lol
I'm in but I still am sold on getting the 3.55s. There couldn't be that big of a difference right
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I'm in but I still am sold on getting the 3.55s. There couldn't be that big of a difference right
I don't know if there is a big difference but at the same price why go with 3:55 gears and not 3:73. What concerns you about the 3:73. Traction? I nailed it three separate times from a dead stop and hardly got any tire spin. A little chirping and I'm using the factory Michelin tires. They were griping good tonight.

I was like you for months back and forth undecided about 3:55 or 3:73. Finally, after numerous gear posts and advice from people on this forum I bit and pulled the trigger on 3:73 gears. Just got them installed today. The best mod yet. Hands down! That and the performance tuner. The 3:73 turns the V6 into a real serious performance vehicle. You will be easily eating up 10 and under GT's for breakfast, lunch and dinner. All that talk about how the 11v6 has poor off line acceleration will be no more. Not with 3:73 gears. It shoots off the line like a rocket.
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I don't know if there is a big difference but at the same price why go with 3:55 gears and not 3:73. What concerns you about the 3:73. Traction? I nailed it three separate times from a dead stop and hardly got any tire spin. A little chirping and I'm using the factory Michelin tires. They were griping good tonight.
Grip and I want performance but try my best with gas mileage. I'm currently only averaging 20-22mpg from almost all city driving and a short highway commute to school only a few times a week. And it being a daily driver
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Grip and I want performance but try my best with gas mileage. I'm currently only averaging 20-22mpg from almost all city driving and a short highway commute to school only a few times a week.
The grip thing will not be an issue. The stock tires will hold the blacktop fine. Gas MPG, well you got me there. Its not gonna be as good as 3:55 but from my understanding its not that much less. Either way 3:55 will be great.
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The grip thing will not be an issue. The stock tires will hold the blacktop fine. Gas MPG, well you got me there. Its not gonna be as good as 3:55 but from my understanding its not that much less. Either way 3:55 will be great.
How do you think my car would fair with the pony package, that is 18" Pirellis compared to stock base model wheels and tires
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How do you think my car would fair with the pony package, that is 18" Pirellis compared to stock base model wheels and tires
Actually, I asked another forum member the other night the very same question prior to having the 3:73 gears installed. The tires you have on your car are an All Season tire just like my 17 inch Michelin tires are an All season tire. Other than yours is 18 and mine is 17 the tire traction is going to be equal or darn near equal. Both mine and your tires are not drag radials so your traction is going to be equal to my traction. I turned off my traction control, came to a dead stop and I nailed that pedal to the floor. The car chirped while screaming down the road. The car shot off. I hit 0-60 tonight in 4.8 seconds on my stock tires. Not too shabby and I'm still waiting to install my headers and x pipe. Traction on a try surface is not a issue for the 3:73 gears.
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Actually, I asked another forum member the other night the very same question prior to having the 3:73 gears installed. The tires you have on your car are an All Season tire just like my 17 inch Michelin tires are an All season tire. Other than yours is 18 and mine is 17 the tire traction is going to be equal or darn near equal. Both mine and your tires are not drag radials so your traction is going to be equal to my traction. I turned off my traction control, came to a dead stop and I nailed that pedal to the floor. The car chirped while screaming down the road. The car shot off. I hit 0-60 tonight in 4.8 seconds on my stock tires. Not too shabby and I'm still waiting to install my headers and x pipe. Traction on a try surface is not a issue for the 3:73 gears.
Do you think a bbk throttle body would be a bigger bang for your buck then those headers or x pipe? Anyways I still am on the side of the fence of the 3.55s just because the performance difference can't be that different.
Also side note I want to be quicker then a local 2008ish roush stage 2. Idk how I would fair with 3.55s
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My current mods.
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Any reason you choose to run a 91 tune instead of a 93? I haven't tried a hybrid tune yet but I plan on it soon.
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Any reason you choose to run a 91 tune instead of a 93? I haven't tried a hybrid tune yet but I plan on it soon.
May not have 93 available. I only have 91 available in my city
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Do you think a bbk throttle body would be a bigger bang for your buck then those headers or x pipe? Anyways I still am on the side of the fence of the 3.55s just because the performance difference can't be that different.
Also side note I want to be quicker then a local 2008ish roush stage 2. Idk how I would fair with 3.55s
Of course I don't have a BBK Throttle body so I can only give you advice based on what other forum members have recommended. Over all ,I have not heard that many positive things about throttle body. It cost 400 dollars for our v6 and people here claim either no or very little gains and not worth the money. Of course BBK , claims different and they could be right. Based on what I'm hearing from majority of people , I'm opting not to put my 400 dollars into the throttle body. To my knowledge our V6 model already have a 68 mm throttle body which is quite big and good.

I think putting the 400 dollars into BBK headers and off road x pipe is a much better upgrade with much bigger power gains than a throttle body. Even if you get a throttle body that sucks in more air to the engine, the stock manifolds and catted pipes will only let so much air out, so fast. Basically , no point in sucking all this cold air into the engine if the engine can't push out all that air faster. You get headers and remove those cats, our car will breath so much better and you will increase HP and torque quite nice. A nice amount of HP and torque is being kept locked away because the the stock manifolds and cats. If someone feels different about the throttle body please chime in because I don't have one. Again, I'm just passing on information that other forum members have expressed. It seems that the throttle body is a waste of money for the extra HP one gets.

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Good question. In my particular area ,very few gas stations carry 93 octane. There are a few here and there don't get me wrong but everybody carries at least 91 octane. If I get a 93 octane tune and can only buy 91 gas, that's gonna be a issue. You can always go up a octane grade but you are not supposed to ever go down. If the gas station has 93 octane then heck yeah I fill up with that but majority in my area only has 91 octane. American muscle also recommended the 91 because of the limited gas stations that sell 93 octane. Bro,the hybrid tune is wicked awesome and I mean wicked bad a$$. It's more aggressive than the race tune. It's the bomb baby.
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Oh I got them today installed along with the one piece aluminum driveshaft and let me tell you. OMG. BRO get 3:73. I nailed it from a dead stop and no tire spin with stock tires. Omg, threw me back hard. Must have. The car is a mini beast. 10 and under Gt's are mine now. They my b otch. Lol. Wow. The throttle response with this hybrid tune is crazy and mods I have
Do you think you can take a 2008 roush stage 2?
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Of course I don't have a BBK Throttle body so I can only give you advice based on what other forum members have recommended. Over all ,I have not heard that many positive things about throttle body. It cost 400 dollars for our v6 and people here claim either no or very little gains and not worth the money. Of course BBK , claims different and they could be right. Based on what I'm hearing from majority of people , I'm opting not to put my 400 dollars into the throttle body. To my knowledge our V6 model already have a 68 mm throttle body which is quite big and good.

I think putting the 400 dollars into BBK headers and off road x pipe is a much better upgrade with much bigger power gains than a throttle body. Even if you get a throttle body that sucks in more air to the engine, the stock manifolds and catted pipes will only let so much air out, so fast. Basically , no point in sucking all this cold air into the engine if the engine can't push out all that air faster. You get headers and remove those cats, our car will breath so much better and you will increase HP and torque quite nice. A nice amount of HP and torque is being kept locked away because the the stock manifolds and cats. If someone feels different about e throttle body please chime in because I don't have one. Again, I'm just passing on information that other forum members have expressed. It seems that the throttle body is a waste of money for the extra HP one gets.

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Good question. In my particular area ,very few gas stations carry 93 octane. There are a few here and there don't get me wrong but everybody carries at least 91 octane. If I get a 93 octane tune and I can only buy 91 gas, that's gonna be a issue. You can always go up a octane grade but you are not supposed to ever go down. If the station 93 octane then heck yeah I fill up with that but majority in my area have 91 octane. American muscle also recommended the 91 because of the limited gas stations that sell 93 octane. Bro,the hybrid tune is wicked awesome and I mean wicked bad a$$. It's more aggressive than the race tune. It's the bomb baby.
That larger throttle body is only worth it IF you already have full exhaust and intake and tune. If not its a $400 paper weight.
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That larger throttle body is only worth it IF you already have full exhaust and intake and tune. If not its a $400 paper weight.
I only am sporting the Flowmaster, Force II axle back exhaust system. Not the cat back. I do of course have the tune and CAI. So in your opinion , do you think the 400 dollars is worth the bigger throttle body with have an axle back exhaust system.

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Do you think you can take a 2008 roush stage 2?
What kind of power are we looking at a stage 2 Roush having. I just looked online and one person said a stock 2008 stage II Roush is running 0-60 in about 5.1 seconds. Bro, you can do that all day long while spinning some tires. Heck, I had no spin tonight and I was running 4.8 0-60 mph and I don't even have headers or x pipe yet. Heck yeah I think you could take a stock 2908 stage II Roush, however I really recommend you get 3:73 gears. If you get 3:55 you will later question yourself should you have gone to 3:73. You will not regret with 3:73 gears.
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I only am sporting the Flowmaster, Force II axle back exhaust system. Not the cat back. I do of course have the tune and CAI. So in your opinion , do you think the 400 dollars is worth the bigger throttle body with have an axle back exhaust system.

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What kind of power are we looking at a stage 2 Roush having.
No sir, get the TB after u get headers and xpipe. So put that $400 toward ur headers bro.

As for the other question about the roush. I think u could because the stage two is looks and suspension, its stage 3 that actually is performance mods
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