Even with 4.10s the engine will still be turning at a fairly relaxed 2800rpm at 75mph (43% of redline engine speed) and, because you'll be able to...
If you add CMDPs to the above plus a custom dyno tune, you could gain as much as 45-50rwhp.
Gears? Since your car is an automatic, I'd say 4.10 but...
Me too. Could be just a very small leak from one of the header primaries that's very hard to detect.
You might wanna check if the header nuts need to...
The tune does indeed make the biggest difference but even the CAI by itself can add up to 10rwhp. The stock airbox snorkel and filter are pretty...
Even with an oil separator, some oil vapors can still enter the intake system and become deposited there whereas that'll never happen if you have...
Sig. as in signature:
2006 Ford Mustang GT - Manual
JLT CAI, UDPs, CMDPs, VC breathers, 6500rpm limiter, Brenspeed 91 oct. tune
Est. 305rwhp 320rwtq...
Axlebacks will do diddly squat for HP but a CAI with SCT tuner would be a great start.
You only need to look at my sig. to see what I'd recommend.
Stock heads/cams/intake manifold, stock exhaust system.
Agree. Get an intake/tuner combination if you want the upgrade to be worthwhile. I have the JLT series 3 with SCT tuner and I love it.
Almost certainly carbon build up inside the combustion chambers.
There should be an additive you could put in your gas tank to help clean some of it.
I left the E7 club last October when I sold my '95 GT and replaced it with an S197.
I'd be more concerned about the Smog Gestapo.
Neither. The stock midpipes behind the cats aren't restrictive, and you'd be lucky to gain more than 3hp from aftermarket axlebacks.
There are only...
Hard to tell. Probably better if you ask someone else to start the car for you while you listen over the engine to localize the noise.
Stock for stock the S197 GT and the Mach 1 have almost identical weights, almost identical rwhp/rwtq numbers, and almost identical performance so...
A Fox with a Coyote. That's funny. Should be a marriage made in heaven. ;)
I'd set the fan to come on at ~15*F above the t'stat opening temp. and go off at ~5*F above the t'stat opening temp.
Yeah, and a piece of debris must have gotten wedged between the oil pump gears for the shaft to twist like a corkscrew.
Yes it's EEC-IV and OBD 1. I have the Equus Innova 3145 digital code reader and it works great:
Agree and if you can optimize traction, what I said earlier certainly holds true: