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Old 12-07-2012, 08:13 PM   #1
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I own a 2012 Mustang GT/CS and after or close to when my warranty is up I want to do some work on it. The main thing I'm going for is to just add a bit more horsepower. I really don't have intentions on racing the car I just want a bit more "umpf" if you will. Thanks!
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Tune + CAI + gears (373 or 410)
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Hello,

I own a 2012 Mustang GT/CS and after or close to when my warranty is up I want to do some work on it. The main thing I'm going for is to just add a bit more horsepower. I really don't have intentions on racing the car I just want a bit more "umpf" if you will. Thanks!
1.CAI + Tuner combo
2. Under drive pullies
3. X-Pipe
4. Cat deletes
5. Catback exhaust
6. Long Tube Headers
7. 3.73 gears would be the best option after CAI+Tuner
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1.CAI + Tuner combo
2. Under drive pullies
3. X-Pipe
4. Cat deletes
5. Catback exhaust
6. Long Tube Headers
7. 3.73 gears would be the best option after CAI+Tuner
No under drive pulleys are made for the coyote, and long tubes would not be quick and easy.

I say gear/tune/cat deletes for some quick easy gains! Maybe even a boss IM
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No under drive pulleys are made for the coyote, and long tubes would not be quick and easy.

I say gear/tune/cat deletes for some quick easy gains! Maybe even a boss IM
Really? Hmm I thought I saw them on AM guess they were for the 05-09 GT lol

Me and a buddy did his long tubes, we had to lift up his engine but hey we got it done in 4 1/2 hours and he got a overall of 40-45HP gain throughout the curve.
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Yea, no udps. The v6 is much smaller than the v8 and there is a lot more room. It requires lifting the engine and removing the steering shaft, a lot more painful I would think. There a lot more room to work on the sixxers. Plus LT's will run you, on a great day, at least $900 to buy
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Longtubes is definately a PITA on these coyotes. Just the passenger side engine mount and starter bolts were the most aggravating bolts to reach and get torque behind to remove. I tried once and gave up a couple months ago. Still have my damn lt's sitting in the box, lol.

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Yea, no udps. The v6 is much smaller than the v8 and there is a lot more room. It requires lifting the engine and removing the steering shaft, a lot more painful I would think. There a lot more room to work on the sixxers. Plus LT's will run you, on a great day, at least $900 to buy
with the complimenting midpipe it willrun you about that much indeed
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