Roush HI all/parts

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  1. ROUSHSTG107

    ROUSHSTG107 New Member

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    hello fellow roush owners, i drive a 2007 roush stg 1, its bone stock for now and was wondering what i could do to get the best bang for my buck, i just got this name today so any help would help so much
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  2. BLK_ROUSH

    BLK_ROUSH Founding Member

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    Best bang for the buck? - Gears!!!!
    What are you running now?
    Do you think you'll ever get force induction (SC or Turbo)?
    BTW, welcome and congrats on the purchase!!
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  3. Gearbanger 101

    Gearbanger 101 we love us some gays up here Super Mod

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    Define "bang for the buck"? Are you trying to make more power, get better gas mileage, make it handle better? What's our motivation here?
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  4. ROUSHSTG107

    ROUSHSTG107 New Member

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    band for my buck=faster, more hp, i already got more handling then i can shake a stick at so just more ho and speed
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  5. TJ4Cam

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    Gears, CAI, Tune:nice:
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  6. jack1.1

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    all about the $

    I think the cold air induction is good, but you have to decide if you want to go the tuner route or the non-tuner route.

    I have the "no tune needed" K&N filtercharger which is about $240 retail or so.

    I also have a superchips 87 octane tune, which I got a used superchips tuner from a fellow roush dude for $90.

    You'll feel some seat of the pants go with both of these.

    Check craigslist, for used stuff.

    I sunk about $2200 into my suspension upgrading it to a Stage 2 suspension and although that is not cheap, the results were incredible.

    Jack:SNSign:
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  7. Pure Bred

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    Bang for the buck Roush Charger, enough said. Keep warrenty and 135 extra ponies. 2nd gears, and last after warrenty period costom tune.
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    Agree

    +1 for Pure Breds Comments, But if budget is not that high... CAI&Tune, Gears (In that Order)
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