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Old 01-31-2005, 01:55 PM
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No I don't have gears yet but I plan on buying them within the next couple of days. I'm doing an intake and stuff after I get my 4.10s put in.
The gears will be the most noticeable mod you can get.
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Old 01-31-2005, 01:59 PM
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The gears will be the most noticeable mod you can get.
Yeah I've heard that. I want to put on an intake and I don't know about a tunable induction or k&n.
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Old 01-31-2005, 02:13 PM
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The gears will be the most noticeable mod you can get.
Yeah I've heard that. I want to put on an intake and I don't know about a tunable induction or k&n.

Don't know about the gains on those. I have a plain old Mac cold air kit. I have heard the Densecharger is the way to go. They are just too plain for me, gotta have a lil Bling, Bling. LOL
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Old 02-04-2005, 11:06 AM
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Code3GT, what mods do you have to your car that you're putting out 360 hp with a stock MAM?
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Old 02-04-2005, 11:11 AM
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C&L intake plenum, BBK 75mm TB, O/R X-pipe and Holley NOS dry kit with a 150 shot.
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Old 02-04-2005, 06:08 PM
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so u drive around with the 260rwhp huh...with those mods i not sure if thats accurate my friend...so at the fly u got 300hp or so?... and the 150 shot gives u 360 rwhp. Id love to see the dyno. But with that NOS shot u will feel more pull with a larger MAF..from experience. The stock MAF wasnt designed for NOS use...but the larger granatelli,c&l, etc's are made to handle the pressure better. AS far as city driving, the stock one isnt a P.O.S. but u WILL feel alittle something at the pedal, ie: quicker throttle response, better top-end pull, better engine breathability, etc...IMO
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Old 02-04-2005, 07:11 PM
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so u drive around with the 260rwhp huh...with those mods i not sure if thats accurate my friend...so at the fly u got 300hp or so?... and the 150 shot gives u 360 rwhp. Id love to see the dyno. But with that NOS shot u will feel more pull with a larger MAF..from experience. The stock MAF wasnt designed for NOS use...but the larger granatelli,c&l, etc's are made to handle the pressure better. AS far as city driving, the stock one isnt a P.O.S. but u WILL feel alittle something at the pedal, ie: quicker throttle response, better top-end pull, better engine breathability, etc...IMO

Your post is confusing. I am not sure what you're getting at???? My car is around 275RWHP on the motor and 360RWHP on the spray. I did not say the MAF would not show an improvement, I said for a bolt on car, the amount of $$ is not worth the gains. As far as a high HP car, the STOCK 90mm Lightning MAF is hard to beat.
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Old 02-05-2005, 04:08 AM
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oh , i thought you said u made all that power with just those bolt-ons...i thought that was BS.lol. But now i get it. Anyway, the Ligthning MAF is really good...but what i was saying was with ur NOS setup u REALLY should get a nice size MAF...id help. What do u think of granatelli MAF's?
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Old 02-05-2005, 02:50 PM
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oh , i thought you said u made all that power with just those bolt-ons...i thought that was BS.lol. But now i get it. Anyway, the Ligthning MAF is really good...but what i was saying was with ur NOS setup u REALLY should get a nice size MAF...id help. What do u think of granatelli MAF's?

I think they are over priced. Now, don't get me wrong, they make good stuff, I just have a problem laying out that kind of $$ for such small gains and run the risk of leaning out. The car runs very well, so if it ain't broke....don't fix it.
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Old 02-06-2005, 02:20 AM
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I think the MAF is a good move if u plan on doing serious mods in the future. But ur right about the MAF being pointless if all u got is a CAI and little things.
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