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id go with the pi swap..u can pick up like 30 hp for like 700 bucks for new parts..used probably cheaper. then cold air intake, plenuim, gears, underdrive pulleys, tuner, headers, exhaust, throttle body, just the bolt on stuff should keep u satisfied for a month or 2. then on to more power lol
2003 Mustang GT Convertible
NMRA M.M. 7337
best to date: 11.93 @ 110.00 mph
stock heads, cams, and bottom end
3560lbs with driver on above run
2008 mustang v6 DD
bamatune, jlt intake, true duals
currently installing 2011 8.8 rear
full upr products rear suspension
14.31 @ 98 mph *before 8.8 was installed
i would say either go with 3.73s and go fi
go with 4.10s and a pi swap with maybe some nice cams. than any bolt on you add will add more cause it flows so much better than the crappy npi heads/intake. you can see my build in my sig if you wanna refence point.
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