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Old 04-28-2013, 05:40 PM   #11
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And if there are issues I do work at a machine shop... My e brake cable snapped... Called ford and they saidthey $180 for a new one... I told my dad to order some cable and cable ends... Made a custom made adjustable screw for the handle area... Total cost $12.99... Ftw!!!
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Old 04-28-2013, 05:55 PM   #12
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well thats good! like i said im not sure which ones people complain about fitment, just know some of them do. and at least you have experience with fabricating and making stuff work. If thats what you want i say do it. that and gears and your car will be nothing like it was before!!
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Old 04-28-2013, 05:59 PM   #13
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well thats good! like i said im not sure which ones people complain about fitment, just know some of them do. and at least you have experience with fabricating and making stuff work. If thats what you want i say do it. that and gears and your car will be nothing like it was before!!
Yes! 4.10s Ftw!!! Not too sure what I'm going to do after that... Maybe new suspension and breaks...
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well i will say you are on track. you can make all the power in the world, but without some sticky tires and a good suspension setup, none of that power will transfer. springs, shocks/struts, panhard bar, adjust your camber, and new control arms, maybe some drag radials....

Many people suggest UPR suspension products. while i havent tried them myself, i hear great things about them
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Typical gains on the 4.6L with a CAI & good custom tune is about 20-25 RWHP.
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Typical gains on the 4.6L with a CAI & good custom tune is about 20-25 RWHP.
i was only off by a few, not too bad.
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And if there are issues I do work at a machine shop... My e brake cable snapped... Called ford and they saidthey $180 for a new one... I told my dad to order some cable and cable ends... Made a custom made adjustable screw for the handle area... Total cost $12.99... Ftw!!!
There's a TSB for the e-brake cable. I believe it includes a parts list for upgraded components.

Oops... didn't read far enough to see that you fixed it custom style. Sweet.
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Old 04-28-2013, 07:27 PM   #18
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I just want to thank you guys for your input... I'll let you know how I like it after united pot smokers get here
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My recommendation: take a "spirited" ride immediately before you install the CAI & tune, then repeat that ride with the CAI and the lowest octane (or performing) tune, then again with the next higher octane and then again with the highest. You'll see different "behaviors" in each. Running the highest octane or race tunes may not be the best for your style of driving. Just be sure to start off with a tank of octane to match your highest tune.
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I have 93 in it already lol
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