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Old 05-12-2015, 08:36 PM   #71
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Did u do these yourself? R you using a dyno tune or just bama or mpt. I've thought about this but don't have a good tuner by me unfortunately and idk how much I would trust bama or mpt with that.


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MPT has done plenty of 3.7 cars. I would trust them over bama. Bama has a tendency to give you the same file over and over.

I would trust them over some local guy who does nothing but v8's. It's not about experience. It's about experience with THIS platform.

I had a friend do it for me, we have 3 motors floating around. Just pull parts off the spare one not in the 2 cars.
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Agh ok makes sense


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MPT has done plenty of 3.7 cars. I would trust them over bama. Bama has a tendency to give you the same file over and over.

I would trust them over some local guy who does nothing but v8's. It's not about experience. It's about experience with THIS platform.

I had a friend do it for me, we have 3 motors floating around. Just pull parts off the spare one not in the 2 cars.
from what my tuner said it's basically tuning a coyote with 2 less cylinders...
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Got my intake manifolds ported, now to revise the tune and get them on the car. Also, ordering suspension Monday. Attachment 182445Attachment 182446
did you do the inlet where the throttle body connects? i'm not sure what years but some of the intake manifolds had little fins on the inside
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from what my tuner said it's basically tuning a coyote with 2 less cylinders...

Last guy that said that, nuked alrefires 3.7.
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how did that work out



did you do the inlet where the throttle body connects? i'm not sure what years but some of the intake manifolds had little fins on the inside

My 2011 didn't have fins. The 2013 and 2012 do. The one I'm running now does have the fins.
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Last guy that said that, nuked alrefires 3.7.
From what I understand the o2 sensor location on that kit played a big part in the tuning problem..

I've been runnin boosted for 15k miles the guy who said that about my car must be really good at tuning then because I beat the **** out of it
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Last guy that said that, nuked alrefires 3.7.
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From what I understand the o2 sensor location on that kit played a big part in the tuning problem..



I've been runnin boosted for 15k miles the guy who said that about my car must be really good at tuning then because I beat the **** out of it

You're also on a procharger. Not a turbo. No?
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Ok guys, so my shipment came in today along with picking up my intake manifolds. All of this is going on this weekend Click image for larger version

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Ok guys, so my shipment came in today along with picking up my intake manifolds. All of this is going on this weekend Attachment 182983 Attachment 182984
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Do u have a before and after pic of the intakes? I'm curious how big of a difference he made to them. I've done a port and polish myself many times on metal intakes but never knew the plastic ones needed it.


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Do u have a before and after pic of the intakes? I'm curious how big of a difference he made to them. I've done a port and polish myself many times on metal intakes but never knew the plastic ones needed it.


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I can get that to you this weekend actually
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Awesome thank you.


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Old 05-20-2015, 09:15 PM   #86
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Test fitted the gt500 spoiler today. It's being painted by my body shop Friday, but I plasti dipped it for a reference on two tone or not.

Gloss black all the way, or gloss black top, white bottom? Click image for larger version

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Test fitted the gt500 spoiler today. It's being painted by my body shop Friday, but I plasti dipped it for a reference on two tone or not.

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I do too! Nice contrast.


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That looks sick!
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Will the real Boss 227 stand up. Lol

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Old 05-21-2015, 11:52 AM   #91
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That looks sick!

Check the update :p I feel you'll like it better Click image for larger version

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I have to say that is very unique
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Finally lowered! Been four years waiting and I've finally done it! Click image for larger version

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Swapped out my lower and upper intakes for the ported versions today. Took a little bit because I wanted to be careful not to drop something in the cylinder heads.

Here you go! So far NO retuning but I will retune because I'm positive it is running lean. Click image for larger version

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What kind of a power difference do you think porting made?
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What kind of a power difference do you think porting made?
He still needs to tune for it.
He's already told me that the low-midrange feels a lot more responsive. It is a lot louder now, too.
Sort of like a constant whistling noise

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What kind of a power difference do you think porting made?

Definitely more stout. I'm very surprised the car could compensate to a degree to keep it running smooth. You can smell it dumping more fuel to keep up the air/fuel ratio.

He throttle response is improved all across the rpm range, and power is definitely there 2-3,000 rpm. I haven't taken it any higher unless I datalog it.
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