Got my car tuned finally.

Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by SonicStangGT, Feb 15, 2013.

  1. SonicStangGT

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    Went to Piedmont Custom Motorsports and I had my stang tuned and made 400 hp and 420 tq on 9psi. Was going to run 11-12 psi but maxed my fuel pump out so gonna have to wait. They did a great job and couldnt have went to a better place. Anybody around North Carolina wanting a dyno tune should stop by there shop. Added a short video, this is my first youtube video, tried adding music but couldnt figure it out.
     
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  2. Kilgore Trout

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    Nice! Rare to see a turbo mustang actually running, very impressive.
     
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    What does your fuel system consist of?
     
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    Very nice! PCM FTW!
     
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    Thanks guys, fuel system mods are 60lb injectors, and a svt focus fuel pump. Everything else is stock, fuel lines and rails.
     
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    Sump the tank, 255 or bigger fuel pump, -8 or -10 lines, fuel rails and let her rip!

    Nice job so far!
     
  7. SonicStangGT

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    Thanks, I'm looking into updating fuel system, beefing the bottom end up, turbo cams and some well need traction mods.
     
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    Just bolt a kb bap on
     
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    I dont trust the stock pump at that power.

    I am making 407/420 and i used a Lincoln Aviator Fuel pump and a 40amp BAP.
     
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    Thats what I ended up using
     
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    I thought about the KB bap, but Eric at PCM said not to get one as he would kick it out of his shop.:shrug: He recommend I put a Aeromotive Stealth in tank pump, its 340LPH. he said i should be good for what Im looking for after that, plus im still running stock catback with weld in flowmasters. Im gonna put that pump in, either buy a catback or do a custom single 3" with a muffler then a turndown, change my plugs and install my 3:55 gears instead of the 4:10's I have now.
     
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    Im getting ready to ditch my 3.73s and go to 3.55s. I dont know why he is so against bap's though?
     
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    It's better without music. You can really hear the difference.
     
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    Boost a Pump is a band-aide if you ask me. Man up and buy the right pump IMO.
     
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