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Old 03-29-2012, 07:02 AM   #1
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Default 500 hp what supporting mods do i need.Want to run KB

i have a 99 gt stock mototr besides exhaust, suspension lowered, cold air intake and stage 3 clutches what supporting mods would i need to run 500-700 safeley the better/ more durable it is the better. Looking to run a kenne bell setup.
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Old 03-29-2012, 07:36 AM   #2
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A huge fuel system, look at lethal performance return style fuel system.

A forged shortblock, check MMR.

built rear

built trans

And a big KB
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How much would that run minus the kenne bell
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Old 03-29-2012, 08:59 AM   #4
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I dont know if your ready for this, but with those kinda numbers. The only thing you pretty much have is a shell pf a car. If you need a shop to build this for you youll be looking at around 30 grand and that might be on the low side of the estimate.
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I dont know if your ready for this, but with those kinda numbers. The only thing you pretty much have is a shell pf a car. If you need a shop to build this for you youll be looking at around 30 grand and that might be on the low side of the estimate.
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I'm in the process of doing it now and that's about where I'm at except I'm going the procharged route.
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Damn well I'll probably do Forged Ross and pistons and a bigger cam and run a smaller kenne bell for the time being
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Damn well I'll probably do Forged Ross and pistons and a bigger cam and run a smaller kenne bell for the time being
Its not cheap, as it seems your are a beginned I would start with supercharging your stock motor for around 400hp and drive that for awhile.
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^that

Just supercharge your stock motor and enjoy it until it blows. Its a serious investment man
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Yeah listen to these 2 guys ^ these 2 guys have some of the most knowledge and experience on this forum, i go to them often for advice.

My car is only at 400 rwhp and when you floor it and you see boost it pulls harder then what you may think a 400 rwhp car will pull its very easy to over look how much power 400rwhp actually is.
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400 is plenty of power, trust me
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