Will this increase or decrease my performance any? I know it'll sound better IMO. Louder and deeper, but a friend asked this question. I'm not...
Dude........:barf: at those wheels...:nonono:
Also things like having an engine that won't die on you because of an 18$ faulty part.
Mine needed to be replaced after about 5k mi. Can't hurt. It's a really cheap part.
Less rice. Nice. :nice:
Man I hope this is a troll and not the real "Ray".
No, actually I meant 15's. Chances are this guy's not an excellent driver.
I have flowmaster delta 40 series mufflers, MAC o/r h pipe, and rolled exhaust tips. IM me for vid/sound clips if you want.
You're right. But at the same time, our cars are by no means heavy...compare to an f'body.
I have answered you more than once.
LEAVE THE FRONT ONES INSTALLED!!!
PLUG THE MIL'S INTO THE 2 REAR O2'S.
I prefer the h pipe, but w/e. It's a matter of preference really. There's only 1 or 2 hp difference between an x or h. You wouldn't notice a...
You are about to get owned if you don't watch it newb.
Why don't you actually look at them? It isn't hard to understand it once you...
Headers and midpipe will be easy at the same time. The heads really won't matter, as they are under the hood, not under the car like the exhaust.
If you're a really good driver, I'd guess you'll be in the 15's.
It's all speculation in the first place.
Secondly, it is SOLEY dependent on DRIVER. If you suck at driving, you'll have a crappy 1/4 mi. time....
Because in order for the gears to work, you have to be able to make a certain amount of power...that of which, you aren't making.
3.73's would help...but you need more power. W/that yr motor, the FIRST thing I'd do is get a head swap if you haven't already done so. Those heads...
What yr mustang do you have? 99+'s have stock 3.27's...
I agree. BUT, luckily for me, AL doesn't have emissions testing and I can keep my o/r h pipe on my baby! :)
Fact: The GT's computer was designed to run a certain way, that way is w/regular gas, not mid, not premium. I guarantee that if you continue to use...