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Old 07-22-2014, 06:56 PM   #1
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NEW MODS! BIG Changes

I've been MIA for a while and here's why

I finally got my Borla S-types I've always wanted. Only took me and a buddy 40 minutes to put them on. They sound absolutely amazing. I wanted something that turned heads but wasn't too loud. It took me about 3 years to finally pull the trigger on them. Best sounding exhaust in my opinion. No drone at all. And the tips look amazing.

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Right after the Borlas I ordered the steeda CAI from steeda for an amazing price from their Memorial Day sale
Ordered a tune from bama soon after to account for the tune required intake. The cabin noise is a roar now. Very intoxicating. Feels like it pulls a little stronger down low too. Click image for larger version

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After the Steeda intake I finally tried out MPT for my tunes and boy am I glad I did. I chose performance and race shifting on 91. The car feels like I've been re tuned all over again! Pulls way harder and the shifts and very very firm (auto trans) I used to chirp 2nd now I scream it. I want to go back to the 1/8 mile to see any et/trap differences soon.
I am running rich however because I'm having a lot of back firing and popping. Especially If I hang in a gear higher in the RPMs and decelerate (lots of popping) I'll see if I can get MPT to fix this with a data log soon.

Next I finally lowered this thing with the SR springs off AM. It only took a buddy and I 2 and a half hours to install. Love the look, no more 4x4 look and I can take turns much more aggressively now. Here's a before and after
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When I ordered the springs I also ordered an MMD deck lid panel to finish off the rear to match the front end which is coming up. Click image for larger version

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And finally I put together my favorite front end for the s197. Ordered a painted GT bumper pre painted off ebay, a California special/boss front valence off AM and the saleen grille off latemodel and put it all together this morning. Used 3 push pins to hold down the grille flush but Latemodel only supplies 1. Hooking up my previous v6 fogs with the gt/cs once were supper easy and didn't have to use the extension supplied manly for gt guys for their old fogs.
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I also put 2 small but very strong magnets behind my grille so I could make my 3.7L cyclone badge removable.
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I recommend the steeda intake
I recommend the SR springs (putting on an adjustable panhard bar soon)
I highly recommend the MPT tune if you want a greater performing tune
I absolutely recommend the Borla S-types

What do you guys think?
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Whoa, somebody just hit the mod lottery! Well done. Looks awesome!!
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Whoa, somebody just hit the mod lottery! Well done. Looks awesome!!

It's been a very busy summer! And it's only half over haha. I want wheels but I think I'll save my money for a while.
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Unless you datalog you have no way of knowing the tune is running lean. The pops on Decel are a normal engine function, and are a result of the aggressive downshifting MPT tunes in. Pops are also typically rich conditions, because they are unburned fuel ending up in the exhaust.


The Steeda CAI has a larger MAF diameter than stock, so if you did not account for that, you would certainly be running lean. However, I assume MPT has you covered and the car is probably running pretty strong.
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Unless you datalog you have no way of knowing the tune is running lean. The pops on Decel are a normal engine function, and are a result of the aggressive downshifting MPT tunes in. Pops are also typically rich conditions, because they are unburned fuel ending up in the exhaust.


The Steeda CAI has a larger MAF diameter than stock, so if you did not account for that, you would certainly be running lean. However, I assume MPT has you covered and the car is probably running pretty strong.

Sorry I meant to say rich! I just edited so it's correct now
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Front end makes the car. I love it πŸ‘πŸ‘


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Unless you datalog you have no way of knowing the tune is running lean. The pops on Decel are a normal engine function, and are a result of the aggressive downshifting MPT tunes in. Pops are also typically rich conditions, because they are unburned fuel ending up in the exhaust.


The Steeda CAI has a larger MAF diameter than stock, so if you did not account for that, you would certainly be running lean. However, I assume MPT has you covered and the car is probably running pretty strong.

Don't you think Im running rich tho before when I decelerated I had no popping on bamas 91 tune but now it's sounds like crazy mechanical pop corn is being created back there from MPTs popcorn tune. I just don't know how serious it is to run my car on this tune if it's really running rich.
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Looks great. Really like the new bumper with the cyclone badge.


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Don't you think Im running rich tho before when I decelerated I had no popping on bamas 91 tune but now it's sounds like crazy mechanical pop corn is being created back there from MPTs popcorn tune. I just don't know how serious it is to run my car on this tune if it's really running rich.


Its not too rich, its just the characteristics of the engine on throttle down, My manual GT with an AED tune does the same thing. While coasting down in gear (engine braking), the fuel injectors are still slightly spraying, but the engine is essentially just acting like an air pump at that point since there is no load on the engine. Its perfectly fine. MPT just basically has your cams tuned differently on decal than Bama did.


The only issues you will see from running too rich are the fuel will wash the cylinders of oil, and you can end up with piston ring or cylinder wall damage, but this is at like 8.0:, 9.0:1 AFR's. Other than that, running rich pretty much just limits your torque production, so again, you're fine.
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Looks great. The front looks amazing!! Where did you get the coyote emblem?
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Looks great. The front looks amazing!! Where did you get the coyote emblem?

You mean 3.7L cyclone emblem? Off ebay
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Big change. looks good
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Looks great! I love the Sound of the Borla S types
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I've been MIA for a while and here's why

I finally got my Borla S-types I've always wanted. Only took me and a buddy 40 minutes to put them on. They sound absolutely amazing. I wanted something that turned heads but wasn't too loud. It took me about 3 years to finally pull the trigger on them. Best sounding exhaust in my opinion. No drone at all. And the tips look amazing.

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Right after the Borlas I ordered the steeda CAI from steeda for an amazing price from their Memorial Day sale
Ordered a tune from bama soon after to account for the tune required intake. The cabin noise is a roar now. Very intoxicating. Feels like it pulls a little stronger down low too. Attachment 162030

After the Steeda intake I finally tried out MPT for my tunes and boy am I glad I did. I chose performance and race shifting on 91. The car feels like I've been re tuned all over again! Pulls way harder and the shifts and very very firm (auto trans) I used to chirp 2nd now I scream it. I want to go back to the 1/8 mile to see any et/trap differences soon.
I am running rich however because I'm having a lot of back firing and popping. Especially If I hang in a gear higher in the RPMs and decelerate (lots of popping) I'll see if I can get MPT to fix this with a data log soon.

Next I finally lowered this thing with the SR springs off AM. It only took a buddy and I 2 and a half hours to install. Love the look, no more 4x4 look and I can take turns much more aggressively now. Here's a before and after
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When I ordered the springs I also ordered an MMD deck lid panel to finish off the rear to match the front end which is coming up. Attachment 162031

And finally I put together my favorite front end for the s197. Ordered a painted GT bumper pre painted off ebay, a California special/boss front valence off AM and the saleen grille off latemodel and put it all together this morning. Used 3 push pins to hold down the grille flush but Latemodel only supplies 1. Hooking up my previous v6 fogs with the gt/cs once were supper easy and didn't have to use the extension supplied manly for gt guys for their old fogs.
Here's a before and after
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I also put 2 small but very strong magnets behind my grille so I could make my 3.7L cyclone badge removable.
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I recommend the steeda intake
I recommend the SR springs (putting on an adjustable panhard bar soon)
I highly recommend the MPT tune if you want a greater performing tune
I absolutely recommend the Borla S-types

What do you guys think?

Looks dope man! Great looking mustang! Love that front end! How hard was installing the SR springs? Did you use a spring compressor?


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Your car looks SO SICK man!!! Awesome job on that front end!! That looks so good. You must be so happy every time you walk out to it!


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Lol, yeah sorry.
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Looks sick! How much did it cost you for your front end?

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I'll just say I got the GT bumper for $399 painted and shipped. Everything else for a normal retail price with a 6% off
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I'll just say I got the GT bumper for $399 painted and shipped. Everything else for a normal retail price with a 6% off
Just got the SR springs..hopefully this weekend for the install

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Looks dope man! Great looking mustang! Love that front end! How hard was installing the SR springs? Did you use a spring compressor?


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I couldn't have done it without my friend Nathan tho. He did this spring job on 3 other v6 like mine all in one day before so he really made it look easy. We used a spring compressor.
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I want the borla s also, i kind of dont like how quiet my mustang is, its like its screaming please LET Me Breath!!


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I couldn't have done it without my friend Nathan tho. He did this spring job on 3 other v6 like mine all in one day before so he really made it look easy. We used a spring compressor.

I've never done it before so hopefully everything works out! Mine just came inπŸ‘ did you guys use a lift or just jack stands and a jack?


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I've never done it before so hopefully everything works out! Mine just came inπŸ‘ did you guys use a lift or just jack stands and a jack?


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A jack and 2 stands. It will help if you have a buddy
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Alright thanks !


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That front end looks BA! As for the wheels, what if you just paint yours black? I have the same 18 inch frpp wheels in black on my 2014 fp6 and love them. That is usually the first complement I get from people.
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Looks great man! I love what you've done so far. Keep up the great work with your build! Let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance in the near future. We'd be happy to help!

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Looks great man love the mods and the look!
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Hmmmm.... I'm having regrets about my front end. I also have a 2012 and got the only chin spoiler available for the v6 bumper, the Stillen on AM. It helps, but not nearly as drastic of a change as yours. That CS front valence is absolutely gorgeous. The GT bumper looks so much better than the V6. Yeah, I only had to pay $200, but I feel like what you paid for was worth it.
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Looks awesome man! I love the borlas!
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I've been MIA for a while and here's why

I finally got my Borla S-types I've always wanted. Only took me and a buddy 40 minutes to put them on. They sound absolutely amazing. I wanted something that turned heads but wasn't too loud. It took me about 3 years to finally pull the trigger on them. Best sounding exhaust in my opinion. No drone at all. And the tips look amazing.

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Attachment 162029

Right after the Borlas I ordered the steeda CAI from steeda for an amazing price from their Memorial Day sale
Ordered a tune from bama soon after to account for the tune required intake. The cabin noise is a roar now. Very intoxicating. Feels like it pulls a little stronger down low too. Attachment 162030

After the Steeda intake I finally tried out MPT for my tunes and boy am I glad I did. I chose performance and race shifting on 91. The car feels like I've been re tuned all over again! Pulls way harder and the shifts and very very firm (auto trans) I used to chirp 2nd now I scream it. I want to go back to the 1/8 mile to see any et/trap differences soon.
I am running rich however because I'm having a lot of back firing and popping. Especially If I hang in a gear higher in the RPMs and decelerate (lots of popping) I'll see if I can get MPT to fix this with a data log soon.

Next I finally lowered this thing with the SR springs off AM. It only took a buddy and I 2 and a half hours to install. Love the look, no more 4x4 look and I can take turns much more aggressively now. Here's a before and after
Attachment 162026
Attachment 162027

When I ordered the springs I also ordered an MMD deck lid panel to finish off the rear to match the front end which is coming up. Attachment 162031

And finally I put together my favorite front end for the s197. Ordered a painted GT bumper pre painted off ebay, a California special/boss front valence off AM and the saleen grille off latemodel and put it all together this morning. Used 3 push pins to hold down the grille flush but Latemodel only supplies 1. Hooking up my previous v6 fogs with the gt/cs once were supper easy and didn't have to use the extension supplied manly for gt guys for their old fogs.
Here's a before and after
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I also put 2 small but very strong magnets behind my grille so I could make my 3.7L cyclone badge removable.
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I recommend the steeda intake
I recommend the SR springs (putting on an adjustable panhard bar soon)
I highly recommend the MPT tune if you want a greater performing tune
I absolutely recommend the Borla S-types

What do you guys think?
Where did you get the GT front bumper from? Ebay? Could you tell me the seller/info.? I've been trying to find one for close to a year but I don't know which is a safe bet that has a good quality product. This is the one I'm looking at.
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Then you just had to purchase an upper and a lower grill and you'd be good to go? Or in your case, upper grille and CS lower w/ fogs?
Sorry for the questions, I've just been researching this for legit months and don't want to make a costly mistake!
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Then you just had to purchase an upper and a lower grill and you'd be good to go? Or in your case, upper grille and CS lower w/ fogs?
Sorry for the questions, I've just been researching this for legit months and don't want to make a costly mistake!

Yes you are correct. But if you want a grille besides the saleen you will need a grille surround but that's it. All the screws and pins from my v6 were used to put the new gt one on.
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