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Old 09-03-2014, 11:33 PM   #596
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Well the 3.7 is the way to go i got cheated looks like, my brother has a 2005 saleen with stroker 5.1 manly internals, cammed, boss heads nameless stuff pushing 614 on 17psi stock saleen supercahrger. To hear that a 3.7 made 603 JEALOUS.

Cause my tranny completely demolished at 380rwhp 5 speed surprisingly the DS didn't blow up.
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Well the 3.7 is the way to go i got cheated looks like, my brother has a 2005 saleen with stroker 5.1 manly internals, cammed, boss heads nameless stuff pushing 614 on 17psi stock saleen supercahrger. To hear that a 3.7 made 603 JEALOUS.

Cause my tranny completely demolished at 380rwhp 5 speed surprisingly the DS didn't blow up.
Our 3.7 motors are bad a$$. They can hold up. 😎

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Our 3.7 motors are bad a$$. They can hold up. 😎

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Haha no like 700 plus at the crank! Just have a circle d converter and driveshaft then the turbo kit has the rest lol

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Haha no like 700 plus at the crank! Just have a circle d converter and driveshaft then the turbo kit has the rest lol

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Holy sh*t i didn't realize who i was talking to saw the picture by lighting though it was a white mustang.. Please excuse my peasant-ness lol

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Old 09-04-2014, 01:04 AM   #601
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Ah, That's why I did the simple bolt ons, Then suspension. I'm going for the real power after suspension...

I highly suggest you upgrade the suspension, I can imagine how much wheel hop you have... with the light mods I have, I can barely hold my coffee without spilling it in my car while driving normal.... That's why I decided to get suspension before any more stuff, Because coffee... =P

I added it to my sig already, But the stuff is barely getting here... This is half the stuff, More shipment gets here tomorrow.

Whydo you have 2 upper control arms?, u only need 1 bro. Send it back.

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I was curious about that too lol.

But thanks TT your all good I was just getting my two cents in especially with what we have done and what alrefire has done with it!

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Whydo you have 2 upper control arms?, u only need 1 bro. Send it back.

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Orrr he could sell it to one of us... *cough* me *cough*

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Wait. WHAT? LMAO I should have done my research... I have no idea about the majority of these things... When I saw the lower control arms came in sets of 2 and the upper control arms only 1 and it SPECIFIED that only 1 came in the box, I thought we needed 2.... ARE YOU GUYS SERIOUS?!?!
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Wait. WHAT? LMAO I should have done my research... I have no idea about the majority of these things... When I saw the lower control arms came in sets of 2 and the upper control arms only 1 and it SPECIFIED that only 1 came in the box, I thought we needed 2.... ARE YOU GUYS SERIOUS?!?!
Only 1 uca.
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Okay, I'm officially an idiot. I'll try to send it back.
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I was trying to figure it out I was like what is that for lol

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Okay, I'm officially an idiot. I'll try to send it back.
What brand did you get and where did you order it from?
No worries lol it happens. Better that then ordering something crazy expensive and messing it up!
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What brand did you get and where did you order it from?
No worries lol it happens. Better that then ordering something crazy expensive and messing it up!
They're by Steeda and I bought them at AM.

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Can't I just duct tape them together for double the traction?
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They're by Steeda and I bought them at AM.

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Can't I just duct tape them together for double the traction?
AM will def. let you send it back! They are great like that. PM one of the AM guys on here I'm sure they will help ya out. Nice suspension set up you got going on there.
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You will have to pay to send it back tho RushGotti. AM only pays if it's a mess up on there part. Which is fair I guess.
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Send it back and swap it for a uca mount or maybe some relocation brackets.
Dont feel stupid thats what this forom is for.

Hey clamp I have question for ya , I plan on getting lpf s kit, you think having all that power too the wheels with coilover setup is a waist?

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No you'd be good to go I just have drop springs, lcas, and relocation brackets on my car and that's it

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Old 09-04-2014, 02:14 PM   #614
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Yeah look into the UCA mount to compliment all the other items you are gonna bolt on.
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Are the UCA Mount and Relocation brackets that important? I was thinking about either getting my driveshaft already or buying my rims with drag radials.
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Old 09-04-2014, 08:12 PM   #617
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Uca is with a driveshaft relocation not as much. I'd do rims and drag radials

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Uca is with a driveshaft relocation not as much. I'd do rims and drag radials

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Well when you drop it, you mess with the pinion angle, and you need need a uca or torque arm to correct that

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Well when you drop it, you mess with the pinion angle, and you need need a uca or torque arm to correct that

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That depends on how much you drop it. I'm dropped 1.25" front and 1.5" rear on BMR springs and my pinion angle is fine. Checked by the dealer.
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My 1.5 drop I had to adjust it. Then when I did the 2.5 I really had to adjust it

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What springs do you have that you dropped 2.5


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Old 09-05-2014, 01:27 AM   #622
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H&r pro springs

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Old 09-12-2014, 01:46 PM   #623
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I got some pics.
This is mainly for the guys who want the specifics

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Hey , have you ran that thing with traction control off yet?


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Old 09-12-2014, 01:52 PM   #625
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This is the way the exhaust is setup.
You can see the downpipe in the first picture, and the wastegates in the second

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As you can see, through my foglight holes :p
That's where you'll have to cut on a 2011-12
You'll also have to shave the lower valence a bit (it hurt cutting into the boss cs fascia... lol )

If you follow my other thread, you'll see what I did

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LPF 3.7L Mustang Turbo Install "Boss 227"

Do you have any plans on running the down pipe another coupe feet and dumping it? That's what I'm thinking of doing is just run it a few feet with a resonator and a turndown angled out.



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Do you have any plans on running the down pipe another coupe feet and dumping it? That's what I'm thinking of doing is just run it a few feet with a resinator and a turndown angled out.



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I thought about it, but i cant atm.
I've got more important things on the list.
I like the way it sounds.
Also, I don't recommend resonators.
I had them and I am greatfull that I no longer do.
All resonators did was quiet down the exhaust and get rid of my growl. It also did nothing past 3k+ rpm, which was the reason I got them t begin with.



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Are you still unable to go WOT or floor it at all . You had said you were scared to take it to a track or to even drive aggressively or go WOT because if goes sideways and you can't control it. If that's the case then it is not a viable DD option for me. I don't want to have to be careful and baby my car when driving it.
I am very interested in your track #'s . Those will show what the kit can really do. Hopefully you can get those soon.
I just can't get past that you can't go WOT or really get into it without losing control or going sideways. I get that it's stock suspension but still. Clamph said he only had LCAs, shouldn't be that big of a diff. Especially with him putting down a lot more power

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Are you still unable to go WOT or floor it at all . You had said you were scared to take it to a track or to even drive aggressively or go WOT because if goes sideways and you can't control it. If that's the case then it is not a viable DD option for me. I don't want to have to be careful and baby my car when driving it.
I am very interested in your track #'s . Those will show what the kit can really do. Hopefully you can get those soon.
I just can't get past that you can't go WOT or really get into it without losing control or going sideways. I get that it's stock suspension but still. Clamph said he only had LCAs, shouldn't be that big of a diff. Especially with him putting down a lot more power

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Tires make a hell of a difference, and stock suspension isn't good for much.
I do third gear pulls and wot pulls ocassionally, but i have to let off.
I've got drag radials en route, but it needs to stop raining.

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