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Dyno tune to get the fuel condition right. I know it is more expensive but that is the best way to go. You can get a 4 position chip for different...
Upgraded as in forged, yes. Maybe a crank as well. My car is pushing 360 and has 70K on the build. Still runs well as a daily.
V6 is easy on insurance, Shouldn't be too bad. 170K plus is a lot of miles. If it were me I'd spend a little more and get one with less miles.
Check battery voltage. These cars a real finicky with low battery power.
Running odd in what way? I don't have a clue what any of those screenshots mean.
I'm betting your compression is too high for boost. (mine is 11.4 to 1) Nitrous would be a good option.
Only way to tell is to have it dyno'd. My car has about everything you can do to a 4.6. Dyno'd at 325 on a Mustang Dyno...adding for the...
With the heads I'd say around 260-270
Ask if they replaced the bearings as well.
Do you know what cam? My old 96 GT with the stock heads and Comp 262's was at 245HP with all the bolts ons. My '03 with a full internal build and...
Yeah...I need to go through my front end as well. I just replaced the end links but I still get a lot of noise. Looking at control arm bushings,...
Does sound like an electrical issue. How are your grounds? Start there first since that is easy to get to.
Anyone have any experience with them?
Places like O'Reilly or Carquest has good paint. If you live in a larger city they may have a distribution center with paint in stock.
Control arm bushings, in my experience, is more of a rattle over bumps. What you described is how my old 96 GT acted when the motor mounts were...
Reset the codes and see if it comes back. It's possible the computer hasn't learned new parameters yet.
Is this a 5 speed or an automatic?
It's not a stock application. Someone added it.
After a spirited drive? Jack it up and turn the wheels to see if you can feel anything or hear the grinding in the wheel.