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Old 03-10-2006, 04:46 PM
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Head and Cam???? TO get 300whp out of a GT?!?!?!!!

GGGGEEEEEEEEZZZZZ!!!!!

Shoot i pikced up 32whp/39whtq w/ just a Full echaust and CAI....

Dyno proven!!
just havent seen anyone produce numbers over 300hp n/a w/o heads and a cam.
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Old 03-10-2006, 04:48 PM
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lets see....im almost to 300.....

you prolly goona need....

Headers
x/h pipe
Catbacks
CAI
U/d peulleys
TB / Plen.
And maybe a Tuner or a chip

You are comparing 4V to 2V.
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Old 03-10-2006, 06:08 PM
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bout to say you have a Mach1 he has an 03 GT. GT's dyno what 230whp stock so your lookin at a 70whp increase.
you'd need heads and cams plus all those boltons.
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Old 03-10-2006, 06:12 PM
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lets see....im almost to 300.....

you prolly goona need....

Headers
x/h pipe
Catbacks
CAI
U/d peulleys
TB / Plen.
And maybe a Tuner or a chip

You are comparing 4V to 2V.

+1.... ive been wondering this whole time why DaMach seems so incredulous. Hes got a mach1, they start with 40 more hp than the GT and the 4v responds better to bolt on mods.
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