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Old 02-10-2013, 02:26 PM   #1
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What mods have you done to your Shelby?

JLT cai
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(Workin on pulley swap, trying to talk the wife into it now) lol
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JLT cai
Bama tune
Tint
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Ford Racing shifter
Brake vent ring delete
SLP Loudmouth axle-backs.
(Workin on pulley swap, trying to talk the wife into it now) lol
Just hood struts and Borla ATAK axle-backs -- and I upgraded the tweeters/mid drivers in the doors. That's it. Don't want to void the warranty. I guess that gives me a couple more years or so to save up for mods!
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BMR springs
Stainless Steel Works catback exhaust
Custom seats
Powder coated wheels
Custom valve covers
Tinted lights
Cowl hood
Laguna Seca rear seat delete
2013 GT500 grills
Some other minor stuff.......
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Just hood struts and Borla ATAK axle-backs -- and I upgraded the tweeters/mid drivers in the doors. That's it. Don't want to void the warranty. I guess that gives me a couple more years or so to save up for mods!
Yeah. There is nothing that can't wait. One thing is for sure, everything for these cars is expensive.

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BMR springs
Stainless Steel Works catback exhaust
Custom seats
Powder coated wheels
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Tinted lights
Cowl hood
Laguna Seca rear seat delete
2013 GT500 grills
Some other minor stuff.......
The BMR springs, what did you get out of them?
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About 1.5 all the way around but the front looks lower and it maintains the factory rake. Here is a pic so you can see, remember these are stock wheels/tires.
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About 1.5 all the way around but the front looks lower and it maintains the factory rake. Here is a pic so you can see, remember these are stock wheels/tires.
Looks great!! Does it feel better? I was thinkin about something like that. I want my tires to fill in more. Looks like it does that well.
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They are slightly stiffer than stock when you go over larger bumps but the ride is still comfortable in my opinion. Nothing ever rides likes stock when you replace only the springs.
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On mine I have only added the hood struts, Pype bomb axle backs, and I got rid of the Goodyears in favor of the Nitto 555's. Much better tires for just a little more money.
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This is a really cool thread! There's a bunch of Nasty Shelby's in here, KPD your car is sick!

I look forward to following along. UBN, I hope you're enjoying your Bama tune! Let me know if you ever have any questions or need some assistance.

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BMR springs
Stainless Steel Works catback exhaust
Custom seats
Powder coated wheels
Custom valve covers
Tinted lights
Cowl hood
Laguna Seca rear seat delete
2013 GT500 grills
Some other minor stuff.......
How was the install for the laguna seca rear sear delete?? Pics plz
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Install was super easy, just pulling out interior parts and then snap in stuff that is part of the kit. Looks clean and factory. Pics are crappy but when weather gets better I can get you some.
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I don't have a shelby

Yet!!!!
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Install was super easy, just pulling out interior parts and then snap in stuff that is part of the kit. Looks clean and factory. Pics are crappy but when weather gets better I can get you some.
Ooh man, i been wanting them since day one but i also want to do some track seats and still cant decide.
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Install was super easy, just pulling out interior parts and then snap in stuff that is part of the kit. Looks clean and factory. Pics are crappy but when weather gets better I can get you some.
Where you able to get a deal on them? The cheapest i seen is 1100$
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Kpd, your Shelby is sick bro. Very well put together and not over the top. What part of Texas you in? Looks like South Texas.
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Install was super easy, just pulling out interior parts and then snap in stuff that is part of the kit. Looks clean and factory. Pics are crappy but when weather gets better I can get you some.
That is so sick. The entire car really. If I had a Shelby it'd probably end up like that. Actually I've got a black mustang and it's already in that direction!
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Smaller pulley
Idler pulley
Resonator delete
65mm Cobra Jet Throttle Body
VMP Tune
Redline hood Struts
Flowmasters
2 Aeroforce Interceptor Guages in dual pillar mount.

More goodies this Friday...
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This is a really cool thread! There's a bunch of Nasty Shelby's in here, KPD your car is sick!

I look forward to following along. UBN, I hope you're enjoying your Bama tune! Let me know if you ever have any questions or need some assistance.

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Thank you, I thought it would be awesome to hear what some of the guys had done to their cars. I am a fan of all from v6 to Shelby. I am just fortunate enough to own one. I know you guys sell the Steeda pulley but I know there are smaller. If I get a VMP (as much as I would like to order it from AM) 2.50 stainless pulley, is Bama ready to send me a new tune? Do you guys have any other pulley besides the Steeda? You guys are the best! I don't think any guy in here would have the cars they have without American Muscle to supply the mods!

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About 1.5 all the way around but the front looks lower and it maintains the factory rake. Here is a pic so you can see, remember these are stock wheels/tires.
When you did the springs, what all did you have to do? New alignment? Anything special?

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Smaller pulley
Idler pulley
Resonator delete
65mm Cobra Jet Throttle Body
VMP Tune
Redline hood Struts
Flowmasters
2 Aeroforce Interceptor Guages in dual pillar mount.

More goodies this Friday...
How much extra did you get from all of that do you know? Thanks to my wife and my great friends at AM, I am working on the same setup only with a Bama tune. Did you do a complete Flowmaster exhaust? AMAZING CAR!

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What some amazing cars! Just reading this thread makes me feel that childhood dream again. I am telling you, if you see these cars and don't feel the testosterone and adrenaline, have somebody check your pulse!
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When you did the springs, what all did you have to do? New alignment? Anything special?
Just an alignment and make sure you cut the top ring off the bump stops to add for clearance.
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2.8 Kenne Bell supercharger mammoth kit
Sct tuner with custom tune
52lb Bosch injectors
Innovators west lower pulley
Afco dual pass intercooler
Moroso catch tank
Msd 2 step launch control
Snow performance methanol injection
Kooks long tube headers and X pipe
Kooks cat delete w flow master 40 series mufflers
Steeda lower control arms
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Ubnbit....I just went with the mufflers. Ended up with 686rwhp and 707lbs of torque with a fairly conservative tune from VMP. It's a tire shredder for sure, lol.
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Thank you, I thought it would be awesome to hear what some of the guys had done to their cars. I am a fan of all from v6 to Shelby. I am just fortunate enough to own one. I know you guys sell the Steeda pulley but I know there are smaller. If I get a VMP (as much as I would like to order it from AM) 2.50 stainless pulley, is Bama ready to send me a new tune? Do you guys have any other pulley besides the Steeda? You guys are the best! I don't think any guy in here would have the cars they have without American Muscle to supply the mods!

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When you did the springs, what all did you have to do? New alignment? Anything special?

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How much extra did you get from all of that do you know? Thanks to my wife and my great friends at AM, I am working on the same setup only with a Bama tune. Did you do a complete Flowmaster exhaust? AMAZING CAR!

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What some amazing cars! Just reading this thread makes me feel that childhood dream again. I am telling you, if you see these cars and don't feel the testosterone and adrenaline, have somebody check your pulse!
I have a 2007 gt500 with my current mods I am at 535 rwhp and 513 rwtq however my second run was a max of 527 because of heat soak it was 20 rwhp more throughout the Rpms until about 5800 when it began to drop

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Jlt 123 cai
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2.8 Kenne Bell supercharger mammoth kit
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52lb Bosch injectors
Innovators west lower pulley
Afco dual pass intercooler
Moroso catch tank
Msd 2 step launch control
Snow performance methanol injection
Kooks long tube headers and X pipe
Kooks cat delete w flow master 40 series mufflers
Steeda lower control arms
Evolution rear upper control arm
Ford racing 3.73 gears
Spec sage 2 twin disk clutch w aluminum flywheel.
Just ended up with 735rwhp and 727lb of torque
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Just ended up with 735rwhp and 727lb of torque
That's weak...lol nice numbers
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Now these are the reasons that I own and love my car! If I get 735 out of mine I'd be very satisfied (not that I'm not now) you know how it is with the need for more. If we all have posted our mods, what are our next planned?

2.50 pulley
Lower overdrive pulley
Long tube headers
Off road X-pipe
Ford oval throttle body

After that, I wanna dyno it.
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Just ended up with 735rwhp and 727lb of torque
That is too cool!
It'd be funny if she was a dd :p
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Mine is a dd.
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Mine is a dd.
That's what I was wondering. What tune do u keep in it? Street?
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Mine is a dd.
What's it like having 700+ hp in the street??!?
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I keep it in the same tune for 93 octane always. Just have to be mindful of the right pedal, lol.
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That is too cool!
It'd be funny if she was a dd :p
Haha that's funny u say that cause it is my daily driver! 17avg mpg
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Was I wrong to think the race tune was not the best tune to always leave in my car? Is it ok to leave the race tune in it?
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Ubnbit...I don't have a "race"'tune, just my stock tune and my dyno tune (which is the one I leave loaded). Unless you get a tune to run race gas or want to bother for tunes between pump gas differences, you should just really only have two tunes-stock and mod tunes.
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Ubnbit...I don't have a "race"'tune, just my stock tune and my dyno tune (which is the one I leave loaded). Unless you get a tune to run race gas or want to bother for tunes between pump gas differences, you should just really only have two tunes-stock and mod tunes.
I have a 3 Bama tunes. I have a street, a performance, and a race. I remember one being a 91 and the "race" tune being the 93 tune. I just didn't know if the 93 "race" tune was ok to leave in my car all the time. I always run 93 in my car.
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