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help need info on frpp hot rods

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Old 06-23-2014, 08:07 AM   #1
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Default help need info on frpp hot rods

hello I know this question has been asked a million times but if somebody could give me the input would be appreciated. I am recently came into having problems with the valve train in my head of my 4.6 liter 2007 Mustang. I was thinking while having the work done at the Ford dealership I may go ahead and have the hot rod cams installed. Only problem that I ran into is that I used the car as a daily driver in drive trips often of 600+ miles to the job site at times. I know some people have had these cans in their vehicles for a while now maybe they could tell me the liability unavail system with ease


also was wanting to ask as far as performance gains all I have is a axle back muffler delete. If I do purchase the cams will also buy a Bama tuner jlt series 3 colder intake. Do yall think that I'd be happy with the performance of the vehicle for the money spent, take into consideration that I will be paying for some head work anyways and possibly one cam if I do stay stock. Have read tons of reviews and threads see a lot of mixed emotions really on the fence about this purchase with it being a over the road vehicle. Thank you for any input hope to hear back
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Old 06-25-2014, 10:28 PM   #2
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if you are considering the frpp hot rod cams, then i'm thinking you already know a bit about them from research. they drive like stock cams for the most part, except for a nice lope sound at idle. make sure you have a new tune ready before the cams are replaced
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