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5.0l upgrades

Old 04-29-2005, 12:45 PM
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sly_1969
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Default 5.0l upgrades

Ok,it's Time To Upgrades My 1994 Mustang Gt.i Will Go With Upper And Lowwer Typhoon Intake Manifold,cold Air Intake,1.7 Roller Rockers,24lbs Injectors,throttle Body 65mm,underdrive Pulley,magnaflow Cat Back,mac Headers 1 5/8,190l Fuel Pump and heads.my Question Is To I Have To Change My Gt Cam For Cobra Cam?? And How Many Hp Do You Tink I Will Have???do I Have To Change Something Else??and is it good idea to change my coil for MSD Blaster TFI Coil and MSD-6A Ignition Control??thanks!!!
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Old 04-29-2005, 01:44 PM
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whats heads are you putting on?
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Old 04-29-2005, 02:45 PM
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You don't have to change the cam...all depends what you want. You are effectively increasing the lift and freeing up the breathing so that should make a noticable difference. Changing the cam will just enhance the other changes...again depends what you want.
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