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Old 10-22-2013, 10:58 AM   #1
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whats up guys i've been thinkin about what the next move on my 3.7 mustang is gunna be i got an intake, 3.73 gears, 93 tune. i was thinkin exhaust but I kinda wana see more power more than anything nothing really aesthetic only lowering kit which would be down the road. Appreciate all thoughts and advice.
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If you have a manual transmission, I'd recommend a short throw shifter like MGW. Yes, I'd doesn't add any HP, but it's one of my favorite mods.
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Gears and tune are the big ones.
Besides those two, all the other bolt-ons won't bring in big numbers.

Personally, I'm thinking FI. It's a good chunk of change, but it'll sure bring in the power.

Thought I should add that there aren't many options for FI on a '14 V6... I'm in the same boat, and probably gonna wait for Procharger to come out with their '13-'14 v6 supercharger
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Throttle body with spacers *thumbs up
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If you have a manual transmission, I'd recommend a short throw shifter like MGW. Yes, I'd doesn't add any HP, but it's one of my favorite mods.
+1 great mod!
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Old 10-23-2013, 10:07 AM   #6
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mgk short throw was in my list as well as wheels go control traction and better times due to the ****ty shifter bracket stock, what is this FI though?
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mgk short throw was in my list as well as wheels go control traction and better times due to the ****ty shifter bracket stock, what is this FI though?
You should definitely consider the MGW, it's a huge difference from the stock shifter. F/I means Forged Internals.
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whats up guys i've been thinkin about what the next move on my 3.7 mustang is gunna be i got an intake, 3.73 gears, 93 tune. i was thinkin exhaust but I kinda wana see more power more than anything nothing really aesthetic only lowering kit which would be down the road. Appreciate all thoughts and advice.
I have the same mods on my 2014 gt. My next mod will be a full suspension package. Cost is around $700-1000. Mustangs have very weak suspensions and you lose HPs because of it. :/

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I was looking at this one:
http://www.stage3motorsports.com/412...nsion-Kit.html

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You should definitely consider the MGW, it's a huge difference from the stock shifter. F/I means Forged Internals.
F/I means forced induction. More specifically turbos and superchargers
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I found my next mod! Koni yellow sport adjustable shocks. I also will be installing a hurst shifter and Barton bracket that I scored on eBay this weekend. Need to save up for the shocks though. :/
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F/I means forced induction. More specifically turbos and superchargers
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Thanks, I should have clarified.
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Install an oil separator, aka oil catch can. I bought the JLT oil separator for my V6 and took me 30 seconds to install. I ran it for 1 month and opened the canister to find about a table spoon of dark fluid. Do the math, over the life time of the engine, that's alot of crap going into the intake. Took 30 seconds to empty the canister. I'll empty it at each oil change or sooner, depending on how much I've driven. I've had catch cans on other cars but the JTL is the best and worth every penny. Made for the car, plug and play and your clean. Do your engine a favor, get a catch can! This one gets the no brainer award
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I have the same mods on my 2014 gt. My next mod will be a full suspension package. Cost is around $700-1000. Mustangs have very weak suspensions and you lose HPs because of it. :/

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I was looking at this one:
2011-2014 Mustang Eibach Sport System Plus Suspension Kit 412535680

If someone knows of a more cost effective option please post a link. Thanks
Look at the Ford Package, it has the tower strut, the one you have selected does not.

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F/I means forced induction. More specifically turbos and superchargers
Thought it meant forged internals.. My bad.
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Old 10-23-2013, 09:58 PM   #15
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thats interesting ive never heard of a horse power loss due to suspension how true is that theory and what am i lookin at with suspension? tbh i though they were like 200-300 bucks for lowering springs
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You could go LT headers/ O/R X Pipe/ Catback Exhaust route... That would really help the flow and would add some hp
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