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Old 08-22-2015, 02:24 AM   #1
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Cheap boost? Help

Biggest bang for the buck way to get boost!

Consider I wouldn't put anything dangerous on my car and still has to be quality preferably American made


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Bang for buck is nitrous. But I've been looking at this http://www.americanmuscle.com/edelbr...1&T5_Var3=blue


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The words "cheap" and "boost" are a dichotomy, a dialectic, ying to yang.

There is no way to do cheap boost on these cars.

Best bet is a Paxton or Vortech tuner kit, a used SCT tuner and access to a good tuner or friendly dyno shop. ~$4500 plus whatever it costs to tune it plus any accessories like colder plugs, a BAP, T bolt kit, that you want to add.

You can try used like I did. I picked up a complete Vortech kit, which fortunately was complete and didn't have me chasing down little bits and bobs for eternity. There are well over 100 parts in the kit, many small, easily overlooked and hard to get separately if something is missing. Fortunately, nothing was, in my case. Very high quality components in the kit and definitely American-made.

Tuning it has been a bit of an struggle but, I am getting there.
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I agree, Paxton. Paxton 2011-2014 Ford Mustang 5.0 GT/Boss 2200SL Tuner Kit Satin Finish
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Cheap, reliable, and fast. You can only pick two.


Pick your poison.
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Cheap, reliable, and fast. You can only pick two.


Pick your poison.
This is a fact, and one I'm sure we are all familiar with. This is one of the few things I'm sure there is no exception to.

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Biggest bang for the buck way to get boost!

Consider I wouldn't put anything dangerous on my car and still has to be quality preferably American made


2011 Mustang GT 5.0 JLTCold air American racing long tube headers Kooks exhaust American muscle wheels Raxion tail lights all black deleted fog lights HPP custom tune on E85 and 93oct From Texas
Nitrous, Rap will tell ya this. Biggest bang for buck.

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