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Old 06-05-2013, 06:15 PM   #1
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I have a full exhaust set up, CAI, shock an struts, GT tower strut, LCA, UCA, ADJ PHD, FR lowering springs and a Bama Tune. not to sure where to head next? and suggestions.
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If you have a spare 4-5,000$ laying around a turbocharger is never a bad idea
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boss intake / maybe a throttle body
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Driveshaft, gears, breaks.
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boss intake / maybe a throttle body
How do you like it, habe you notced a big diff with the boss?

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Driveshaft, gears, breaks.
ive looked at gears but no clue about them, would it be the higher number gear the best or lower the best or does it just matter what your trying to go for?
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Nick, try what you've got now! lol

Look into a new tune like VMP, I know you were looking at the Boss Mani. That could be a gain as far as higher RPM's go.
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Nick, try what you've got now! lol

Look into a new tune like VMP, I know you were looking at the Boss Mani. That could be a gain as far as higher RPM's go.
Jayman to the rescue. I cant help i am so anxious to get this monster going. im thinking about a dyno tune but the nearest dyno i could find is about a 2 hr drive so im holding off on that. and the boss mani im scared ill get and be like damn should of gotten the FR instead.
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Well the good thing about the Mani is I'll sell it to you low enough to where you could turn around and sell it for about the same price!! lol
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that would be very true now i think i asked before but i can rock my JLT CAI correct i would just need a New TB or no?
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You don't need a new TB. The only thing you would need for the JLT is a longer coupler. I would also look into getting a VMP tune for the Manifold.
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You will not dislike the boss mani. I put one on mine. And it's well worth the money
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I have a full exhaust set up, CAI, shock an struts, GT tower strut, LCA, UCA, ADJ PHD, FR lowering springs and a Bama Tune. not to sure where to head next? and suggestions.
It sounds like your GT is pretty nasty already! On my 2011 GT I did the same mods, along with the Boss Manifold, 90MM FRPP Throttle body and 3.73 Gears and it made a world of difference on my car. To tie it all together we can re write your tune for all of our new mods!

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You don't need a new TB. The only thing you would need for the JLT is a longer coupler. I would also look into getting a VMP tune for the Manifold.
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How do you like it, habe you notced a big diff with the boss?

it's amazing. I had it sitting around for 2-3 months an finally decided to make the move and damn am I impressed haha
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