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Old 03-12-2014, 05:57 PM   #1
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So I have a 2010 mustang gt auto and I need some help in making it faster, so far I have a borla s type mufflers and I ordered a steeda cai and 373 gears frpp and eibach spacers
I want to get them most power out of it so what else can I install??
Am thinking kooks long tubes and o/r x or h pipe
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Some kind of A Throttle body and under drive pully, Spark plugs and coils and maybe cylinder heads
what do u think ? How much power will I get tq Hp rwhp??
If there is any better brands for the parts I ve listed that would give me better numbers please tell me
I street race mostly
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Old 03-12-2014, 07:29 PM   #3
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Just SC it.
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I have thought about that but it's too expensive and am not sure how long will the engine last with a SC ?
I like them sound of cams and longtubes any idea how much gains it will give
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I have thought about that but it's too expensive and am not sure how long will the engine last with a SC ?
I like them sound of cams and longtubes any idea how much gains it will give
you might get 30hp out of them. Don't believe the advertisements of big hp gains. Ive had FI for almost 4 years now and haven't had an issue. Many people run SC and don't blow their motors. Just choose a good performance shop. So if you want some good power you should do FI. Underdrive pullies are not gonna net you much and I honestly think its a waste as is a throttle body. Do you have auto or manual
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I have an auto and the engine milage is 85000 KM
am not sure about all these mods too
But so far I ordered the steeda cai and 373
I like the sound of cams so I think I ll get the frpp and then best headers longtubes either them pipes or kooks
After I get these am not sure what I ll do but if I get a blower I need at least 500 rwhp
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if you get a blower you need to stay at 450 to the wheel on the stock block you need to do some research so you know what your getting into
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I have an auto and the engine milage is 85000 KM
am not sure about all these mods too
But so far I ordered the steeda cai and 373
I like the sound of cams so I think I ll get the frpp and then best headers longtubes either them pipes or kooks
After I get these am not sure what I ll do but if I get a blower I need at least 500 rwhp
If you can get 100 octane race gar or e85, you can get your 500rwhp, just make sure the tune is very good and the gas is good quality, if not the motor will pop for sure. I ran mine at 489rwhp for a need of years, it final let go at 520rwhp due to bad race gas.
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Old 03-15-2014, 03:48 PM   #9
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I may get a supercharger but that will be within a year or so but for now I need them best long tubes headers and cams that even if I decide to get the SC it will fit
There gas octane am uusing is 95
Also am probably getting an off road mid pipe matching with them but x or h pipe ??
and thanks for all the feedback
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I wouldn't get cams until AFTER the SC, not all cams are made for a SC'd motor. LT's are great and with SCs will help out as well, I mean the motor can only make so much with the air flow in and out...... Whipple, KB, Edelbrock, Saleen and Roush are all decent blowers by the looks. I went with whipple mainly for the availability. Sometimes you can pick up a huge deal used (like I did).
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