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  1. ballen666stang
    09-08-2010 10:52 PM - permalink
    Sup. I'm a new member with a v6 2005 stang. I want to join this group
  2. missrich813
    06-09-2010 10:28 AM - permalink
    I was told the DPFE/Egr Valve Sensor was bad on my car and I would like to change this out myself and think I see where it is but would like to make sure, so can you please tell me for sure and a diagram would be perfect if you have one. Thanks
  3. runvsofthisbull
    01-27-2010 02:33 PM - permalink
    Total all in all its gonna cost a lot and I don't have an accurate number to give you at this time. Best thing they say is to swap your car for another with a 5spd. I'll consider buying a wrecked/donor 3.8L, but I'm def not gonna trade my car. Install will probably be around $1500 + parts so your looking anywhere from $2500 to $3500 depending on parts condition, labor, etc. I'd consider doing it on my own, but not now. Besides the 4RW70 or whatever it is we have is a good tranny, just not performance minded, but you can upgrade to a Street Fighter 4RW70 that can handle the abuse for a lot cheaper, but then you still have an auto.
  4. runvsofthisbull
    01-26-2010 10:59 PM - permalink
    Yea well glad you took it off before something bad happend. I'm just hoping mine will get me through the last year and half of my education. 120K on the clock now and shes solid still to the day. I'm hoping to get about 160-175 out of her so I can save up and do the build correctly, plus I would love to swap out the slush box for a T5.
  5. runvsofthisbull
    01-25-2010 08:26 PM - permalink
    I took it to a place, same place that did my MAC shorty headers and H-pipe. Install was $140 I think, but I've never had a problem and I purchased it through VMP. I don't know if I'd waste money on a coil pack and wires. Those funds could better serve your car like on a set of gears/T-lok. Just my 2 cents. Was the install easy on your TB or did you take it somewhere, also thats a little high reving don't you think 1000rpm at idle?
  6. runvsofthisbull
    01-20-2010 08:10 PM - permalink
    No Problems with the pulley. It's been on for about a year now and I haven't really noticed a gain that I can feel, however my uncle has the same car and with a tune he really felt the difference. Stock our cars only put down about 158-165 rear wheel HP, but his with cold air, 2.25" exhaust (stock h-pipe), pulley, and intake spacer with a 93 octane tune puts down 188 to the rear wheels and 215 ft/lbs torque. Anyway no problems and is beneficial for what I'd like to do in the long run...turbo.

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    North Carolina
    in the military, a work in progress with my car.
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    04 v6 gun metal grey
    bbk cai, bbk 65mm throttle body, bbk shorty headers, straight pipes, 18x9 front 18x10.5 rear rims, gt bumper, red neon underglow, ford racing lsd with t-lok, summit racing tuner


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