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Old 09-14-2012, 02:42 PM   #36
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If price was not a factor which other would u get.
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Which exhaust? It's whatever you want bud honestly, they have tested all headers against each other on the same car on the same dyno and all headers were within 1-2 hp of each other.
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Yea they told me that, the quote was 9500 for a magna sc with everything out the door. Could i get a better price??
I'm wanting to say you can get a Paxton out the door with injectors, bap, and tune from Beefcake for like $5k. You would have to install it...
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I'm wanting to say you can get a Paxton out the door with injectors, bap, and tune from Beefcake for like $5k. You would have to install it...
I'm not sure it's even that much... Especially if you call for pricing they can usually get a tuner kit under 3k injectors-$300, honestly have no clue what a BAP costs... Anything more than a grand, 1200 absolute most, to install and you're getting screwed. And most tuners should be able to get you a pretty solid dyno tune under or at $200

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Yea they told me that, the quote was 9500 for a magna sc with everything out the door. Could i get a better price??
We're headers included in this price?
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Full Paxton kit won't be found for under 5k. Tuner kit is 4200 the lowest. But that doesn't include anything basically. It's such a new car, get a kit. Its built for the car and warrantied. Run it for a while and then add the supporting mods and retune later for what you added. I got the full kit with EVERYTHING 5100 with tax. Not saying its wrong either way just an opinion and easier way of doing it.
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I'm not sure it's even that much... Especially if you call for pricing they can usually get a tuner kit under 3k injectors-$300, honestly have no clue what a BAP costs... Anything more than a grand, 1200 absolute most, to install and you're getting screwed. And most tuners should be able to get you a pretty solid dyno tune under or at $200

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We're headers included in this price?
Injectors are crazy expensive ... more like $900-1000 for the ones beefcake sells
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Check out Brenspeed.com and look at the corvette killer roush package. I almost pulled the trigger on it before the Paxton. http://www.brenspeed.com/2011-mustan...ers-roush.html
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Check out Brenspeed.com and look at the corvette killer roush package. I almost pulled the trigger on it before the Paxton. http://www.brenspeed.com/2011-mustan...ers-roush.html
Checked out the site and they use a roush 427 which already comes with the supercharger attached and all installation complete. Looks like they did a lot of work to that . Vmp tuning or evo performance also do roush and prices are comparable.

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How can you say any pipe is better then any other pipe. It's proven that hp numbers are the same as every other brand and kooks u r paying at least 300 more compared to other brands. Same metals same materials made in the US, the only thing extra u get is the brand name.
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Checked out the site and they use a roush 427 which already comes with the supercharger attached and all installation complete. Looks like they did a lot of work to that . Vmp tuning or evo performance also do roush and prices are comparable.

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How can you say any pipe is better then any other pipe. It's proven that hp numbers are the same as every other brand and kooks u r paying at least 300 more compared to other brands. Same metals same materials made in the US, the only thing extra u get is the brand name.
Roush 427?
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Ok a 5.0 that roush takes from ford and supercharges it and puts a bunch of body mods to it. Also known as a roush stage 3. So all these guys did for their test car is put a smaller pulley on it upgraded the injectors and posted it for their own kit.

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Roush also upgrades the suspension on their stage 3s
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Ok a 5.0 that roush takes from ford and supercharges it and puts a bunch of body mods to it. Also known as a roush stage 3. So all these guys did for their test car is put a smaller pulley on it upgraded the injectors and posted it for their own kit.

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Roush also upgrades the suspension on their stage 3s
Gotcha, I was confused bc the 427r was the body type before the 5.0.
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Gotcha, I was confused bc the 427r was the body type before the 5.0.
Yeah sry roush throws the 427 sticker on the side of their stage 3s so it's a habit for me to call them that.
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Re: Twin turbo or twinscrew supercharger???

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Injectors are crazy expensive ... more like $900-1000 for the ones beefcake sells
well the ID 1000's are... but I don't think that the FRPP 47 lb injectors are but $300 right? those should be more than enough to support 600 whp

or am I missing something?
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Yeah sry roush throws the 427 sticker on the side of their stage 3s so it's a habit for me to call them that.
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well the ID 1000's are... but I don't think that the FRPP 47 lb injectors are but $300 right? those should be more than enough to support 600 whp

or am I missing something?
47lb injectors will support over 600rwhp.
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well the ID 1000's are... but I don't think that the FRPP 47 lb injectors are but $300 right? those should be more than enough to support 600 whp

or am I missing something?
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47lb injectors will support over 600rwhp.
I guess my thing is I wouldn't want to have to buy injectors twice...
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^^^ agree. I'd say if u plan in over 600 whp atleast go with 75's(around $600) and I'd add a bap as well(around $225).
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^^^ agree. I'd say if u plan in over 600 whp atleast go with 75's(around $600) and I'd add a bap as well(around $225).
I hear you saying that the 47# injectors max around just over 600? and the bap was mentioned, just left behind lol. I guess a good bap costs about $225?
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Re: Twin turbo or twinscrew supercharger???

yes it all depends on what your goals are. For example if i bought 75 lb injectors and a new bap which all together would cost me about a grand but I had no plan to take the car that fast to require it, well there is at least 400 dollars for nothing. I guess with me it was different because I had this image of 600 rwhp and 500 rwtq and I knew i would hit those numbers with this set up and now I am done. If the bottom end goes sure it will be a whole new ball game then but if this car stays in one piece to be a classic then guess what it will still have the same power and I didn't buy unnecessary items. If he wants to go anything over 630rwhp then he is going to need to go with bigger injectors in which the tuner kit would be the best choice and buy the other items separately.
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yes it all depends on what your goals are. For example if i bought 75 lb injectors and a new bap which all together would cost me about a grand but I had no plan to take the car that fast to require it, well there is at least 400 dollars for nothing. I guess with me it was different because I had this image of 600 rwhp and 500 rwtq and I knew i would hit those numbers with this set up and now I am done. If the bottom end goes sure it will be a whole new ball game then but if this car stays in one piece to be a classic then guess what it will still have the same power and I didn't buy unnecessary items. If he wants to go anything over 630rwhp then he is going to need to go with bigger injectors in which the tuner kit would be the best choice and buy the other items separately.
What 1/4 mile times are you running.
How fast is the car from 1 to 10 been like a ferrari lol.
Is 600 hp enough? Would you like to go higher.

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I was just curious what mpg are you getting.??
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If you really wanna pinch pennies, join the roush road crew for $35. Then you get a 10% rebate check for anything on their store + free ship. They sell it for 5999 so you'd end up spending 5435 w/ membership
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Go for the 625 kit!
I completely agree... go for more power... but this complete kit is still cheaper than any tuner kit... except the one mentioned by black 5.0
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What 1/4 mile times are you running.
How fast is the car from 1 to 10 been like a ferrari lol.
Is 600 hp enough? Would you like to go higher.
Haven't gotten it on the track yet. I just finished my rear suspension work last weekend and hopefully soon i will have the front suspension done. After that I will take it to the strip. Guys on this forum that are running similar set ups are running between a 10.4-10.6.

The car is mild if i stay light on it but when i hit the throttle hard it takes off hard and fast and won't let you off the back of your seat until you let off the pedal.
I had my girlfriend drive it for the first time this last weekend and she was in the bottom of 5th gear with a truck about 30 feet ahead of her in the right lane which shifted into one lane a little ways ahead of her. I told her to push it to the floor and get past him, well when she did in a matter of the 30-35 feet she had it down going up hill she hit 85 before letting off again. In comparison to most stock cars i would put the fast level at a 10, against other cars with built motors and gobs of air going in i would rate it at about a 6 assuming a 1000rwhp would be a 10. It is fast enough that I don't intend on modding the motor anymore. I want to keep it for a street car and I want to keep it for a long time so keeping the boost under 10 psi was a goal to not have a lot of stress on the bottom end of the motor.

The only way i would go higher is if i was going to rebuild the bottom end and there is no plan for that until it breaks.
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Haven't gotten it on the track yet. I just finished my rear suspension work last weekend and hopefully soon i will have the front suspension done. After that I will take it to the strip. Guys on this forum that are running similar set ups are running between a 10.4-10.6.

The car is mild if i stay light on it but when i hit the throttle hard it takes off hard and fast and won't let you off the back of your seat until you let off the pedal.
I had my girlfriend drive it for the first time this last weekend and she was in the bottom of 5th gear with a truck about 30 feet ahead of her in the right lane which shifted into one lane a little ways ahead of her. I told her to push it to the floor and get past him, well when she did in a matter of the 30-35 feet she had it down going up hill she hit 85 before letting off again. In comparison to most stock cars i would put the fast level at a 10, against other cars with built motors and gobs of air going in i would rate it at about a 6 assuming a 1000rwhp would be a 10. It is fast enough that I don't intend on modding the motor anymore. I want to keep it for a street car and I want to keep it for a long time so keeping the boost under 10 psi was a goal to not have a lot of stress on the bottom end of the motor.

The only way i would go higher is if i was going to rebuild the bottom end and there is no plan for that until it breaks.
So a built motor with around 800 to 1000 hp how much $$ are we talking about.
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So a built motor with around 800 to 1000 hp how much $$ are we talking about.
It's starting lol!! I'm tired of 600hp already, butttt gonna wait a lil bit!
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Me too going in for a pulley swap and re-tune next month
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Re: Twin turbo or twinscrew supercharger???

built motor, 4.0L whipple crusher and all supporting mods, you are looking at over around 16,000 dollars assuming you are going for the 1000rwhp gusto.

with a paxton you may be looking at around 14,000 dollars

if you are going with a built motor might as well go for the 1000 mark and not waste your time at 800
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Damn 14k sounds like alot but wow 1000 hp sounds cool as f***.
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Damn 14k sounds like alot but wow 1000 hp sounds cool as f***.
A SAFE1000hp! Never those 2 would go together haha
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My price range is 8k, but first i want to get some full exhaust on.
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A SAFE1000hp! Never those 2 would go together haha
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My price range is 8k, but first i want to get some full exhaust on.
That's perfect! Kit plus full exhaust is about 8k
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It makes me just want to save more money for a year and go big lol. But no i think 1000 is just too damn crazyyyyyyyyyyyyy.
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