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Old 08-09-2012, 01:51 PM   #1
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How to gain more naturally aspirated rwhp

I have a 2010 gt im looking to gain about 50-70 hp. is this possible to do sticking strictly naturally aspirated? if so what should i do?
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Re: How to gain more naturally aspirated rwhp

Are you in an emissions testing county of Texas?
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It's possible but you'd have to go pretty much full bolt on, full exhaust, intake manifold, CAI, cmdps and a good 93 octane tune
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No I'm not an emission testing county. What should I do?

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What about boring out mu cylinders how much hp does that give me?
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Re: How to gain more naturally aspirated rwhp

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It's possible but you'd have to go pretty much full bolt on, full exhaust, intake manifold, CAI, cmdps and a good 93 octane tune
Dont forget the underdrive pulley! CAI is as worthless on the '10 as the Coyotes.
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No I'm not an emission testing county. What should I do?

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What about boring out mu cylinders how much hp does that give me?
LT Headers, 3" o/r xpipe, 3" cat back with high-flow mufflers, Ford Racing intake manifold, MSD super coils, and 93 race tune. If that doesn't do enough for you then you can do cams and cylinders.
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Re: How to gain more naturally aspirated rwhp

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No I'm not an emission testing county. What should I do?

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What about boring out mu cylinders how much hp does that give me?
Boring cylinders won't do that much for you, definitely not worth the money you will spend anyways. now if you plan to sleeve it, rebuild internals, then put a HUGE supercharger on it then it's definitely worth it, but I know you said N/A. but like said above, cams and heads would be after that.

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Dont forget the underdrive pulley! CAI is as worthless on the '10 as the Coyotes.
did not realize that, thanks for the info!
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If I do all of this will I have to replace fuel injectors/ fuel pump? And what if I put a nitrous kit? Anybody had one of those before?
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Re: How to gain more naturally aspirated rwhp

no, fuel system will still be sufficient for all these mods, look at upgrading when going sc/tc. I have zero nitrous experience
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