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Old 04-26-2012, 12:24 PM   #11
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oh yea i talked to the guy at a smog shop that i trust. he said P&P, strokers, wider throttle bodies, exhaust system like duals(as long as the have cats. and mufflers) or something more extrem as long as they have an E.O. number the are emission approved. things like tuner and chips that arnt from the factoy presets have to be turned off before smog testing...

and the clucth i figuered they be more tuchie.. i burned up the CF clutch on my mustang wasnt aware it had it on there when i was driving it thought it need to be adujsted or thought that was how ford made them till i looked at the clutch...
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Old 04-26-2012, 09:41 PM   #12
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I know with the SPEC aluminum flywheel you can run a pre-01 Mustang GT clutch so I would assume that the same would go for the SSM flywheel. That being the case I would say get a ACT, Exedy, or Fidanza kit. I've not tried ram or zoom before but in my Subaru I have a ACT now and my god it is MILES ahead of the SPEC.
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Old 04-27-2012, 05:53 PM   #13
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hope so ive notices parts listed better prices for v8 then 6'rs. never heird of act. waiting on refund of the stock fly & pulley from ssm
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Old 05-30-2012, 08:58 PM   #14
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well i know theres not any care here but just found out that SSM uses the same fly wheel from spec.... paid more for a product then i should have.... think hes just a middle man sucking up cash for.... idk pe'd off... idiot i em.... learnd that hard way, buy direct or new save more money instead of paying someone else to do it for you... i looked at all these parts, execpt the pistons, and was better cost at the end would have more cash in my pocket...and would have the products alot sooner and maybe would have the car running by now!!!!
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