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Old 09-17-2013, 07:53 PM   #36
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That's what's next, I'll probably only have the single for a month or two then go twins or compound! I just love the turbo sound, nothing looks better than twins!
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That's what's next, I'll probably only have the single for a month or two then go twins or compound! I just love the turbo sound, nothing looks better than twins!
for sure bro
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:51 AM   #38
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okay. well do y'all think they will come out with cams for the 3.7?
Lol. Im 43!
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Old 09-19-2013, 10:46 PM   #39
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These cams are net lash. You may need to regrind what you have. In any case you will have to correct the geometry with the valves. Lots of work for minimal gain. ProCharger will get you 475 with stock motor plus good insurance rates! Easy to go back to stock too.
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Yeah, but once you already have every other engine mod available, it may seem necessary.
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Yeah, but once you already have every other engine mod available, it may seem necessary.
Lol na I have everything and im still not down to have to remove it all and send my cams to be regrinded with crower which is 650 total (I asked) then wait for the turn around on that. Then reinstall then with new springs etc etc -.- not worth 10hp bumps and a small minimal lope. I rather spend 1200 on stage 2 or 3 cams for my 5.0 and pay for the install because ill see a 30hp gain and a real lope
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Old 09-20-2013, 09:14 AM   #42
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Well not all of us own a 3.7 and a 5.0
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Well not all of us own a 3.7 and a 5.0
Spend wisely my friend. Lol thats how I did it.
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2 mustangs are just too much work, got to have a little car, a big car, and a race car
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2 mustangs are just too much work, got to have a little car, a big car, and a race car
Lol ill just stick with my full bolt on 3.7 and a semi bolt on tuned 5.0
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Old 09-20-2013, 05:55 PM   #46
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Just need to nitrous or turbo both lol
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Just need to nitrous or turbo both lol
I have nitrous on the 5.0 I had the system on my 3.7 but figured ima use it more on the 5.0
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You win then, I wanna do nitrous till the turbo is finished but it wouldn't be on long enough
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It's all about having fun. I have no engine mods at all. None. I went 14.18 @ 101.20 tonight on stock tires. It's a fun car that is cheap to own and drive.
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