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Old 08-19-2015, 12:13 AM   #36
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I just need to find a reputable shop to do the install by sometime in November lol In which I'll do the tuning through Shaun unless i can find a good tuner in Houston.

It's gonna be rail set up.


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Also if your still on the stock manifold assuming your a manual car. 3.31's are perfect. No need to swap them

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I just need to find a reputable shop to do the install by sometime in November lol In which I'll do the tuning through Shaun unless i can find a good tuner in Houston.

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I advise against the rail. Take it from experience. It's good for looks. But not so much in performance. rails having to fill with nitrous and fuel, is for the birds.
Go with a block.

Also strictly's is a good choice for a nitrous car.

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I advise against the rail. Take it from experience. It's good for looks. But not so much in performance. rails having to fill with nitrous and fuel, is for the birds.
Go with a block.

Also strictly's is a good choice for a nitrous car.

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Okay let me look into it. Still waiting for Shaun to talk me through what he thinks is best. Just getting the parts all listed so I can see what I'm looking to spend.

By strictly, do you mean as a install/dyno shop or also for tuning?


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Okay let me look into it. Still waiting for Shaun to talk me through what he thinks is best. Just getting the parts all listed so I can see what I'm looking to spend.

By strictly, do you mean as a install/dyno shop or also for tuning?


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Install tune ect. The whole 9 yards.

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Old 08-19-2015, 12:31 AM   #41
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I'll give them a call tomorrow to see if I can get some ballpark figure quotes and stuff. I mean I already paid for Shaun's tune so it'd have to be 10 yards since it is my DD, for now.


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Old 08-19-2015, 12:34 AM   #42
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Shaun is going to ask for more $ for the nitrous tune and e85. Then you will have to deal with his crap that he likes to pull.
He is a good tuner but good lord he can be a ...................

If you are looking for the best email nitrous tune you can get its going to be from Chris at BBR. Customer service sucks,getting him to respond to emails sucks,getting him to look at data logs sucks. But he is one of the best for nitrous tunes

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Old 08-19-2015, 12:41 AM   #43
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So far I haven't had any issues. Just told me I can't do nitrous on 93. Fuel quality isn't consistent enough for him apparently. So it's e85 or race has lol. But I don't want to do anyone else for email tunes. Need to find a in-city tuner that knows his sh*t


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That's why I recommended strictly's
If there is one thing I know on the coyotes it's nitrous. And won't put you in the wrong direction.

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Yeah the 335i's are a bit heavier because it's a sedan so I would think anyone with a 5.0 could reel one in pretty easily. Nasty cars nonetheless and in not a fan of euro's. Tunes alone to those motors are good for 40-60 rwhp.


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I just looked, several websites say the mfr's curb weight is 3500-3600 lbs.


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Old 08-19-2015, 12:51 AM   #46
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That's why I recommended strictly's
If there is one thing I know on the coyotes it's nitrous. And won't put you in the wrong direction.

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Thanks. I'll contact them. Are you still in the Houston area? What's done to your car?


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Thanks. I'll contact them. Are you still in the Houston area? What's done to your car?


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I live in new Braunfels now.

Built motor, Boss manifold,Single rail DP(yes the rail sucks) mounted under manifold
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Damn. Why didn't you go FI?


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Damn. Why didn't you go FI?


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Wanted something different.
Had 2 supercharged mustangs prior to this.
I like doing something you don't see everyday

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My 14 5.0 vs 335

There's always turbos 😂


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I just looked, several websites say the mfr's curb weight is 3500-3600 lbs.


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I meant the sedan's are heavier than the 1 series' which are about 3200...


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