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
Welcome to the forum, but you may want to post this question in the appropriate tech section for your year car. They'll have the answers your looking for. Good luck.
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Welcome to the forums. The FRPP Hot Rod cams would defiantly wake the car up. You shouldn't have a problem installing them into a daily driver car. I ran them for a little while before I decided I wanted more power. We offer the cam set, and we could get you fixed up with one of our SVE Tunes.
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