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Discussion in 'SN95 4.6L Mustang Tech' started by TopDeadCenter, Jul 14, 2004.
worst post evar.
2 thumbs up for you 2 super cool guys
I still have seen no dyno graphs.
It was probably a case of Stock GT Dyno vs. CAI & Tune GT Dyno... I could see 17rwhp that way, but w/ a straight bolt & go CAI, I seriously doubt 17rwhp was netted.
I am new to this whole CAI business.....I can see from what all of you who have written so far I am a bit lost so help me out here....is this filter that comes with this CAI kit similar to a K&N filter in that it requires cleaning and oiling periodicly??? Would a K&N filter fit in place of the one that comes with the kit??? I have also read that if you put in the kit with the new MAF sensor that you need to have the engine re-tuned or the computer will give you error codes... who does re-tuning??? Do you take it to Ford and have them re-tune it or to a speciality speed shop to have it done??? Sorry for my ignorance but i am here to learn as much as i can from all of you so help me out.....Thanks
Funny how the stang net DIY says 17rwhp based on independent testing. which is 85% of 25 +/- which means 25hp gain is dead on...
still want to see a dyno though.
Anyone know what kind of airfilter this thing uses? If it uses a "MAC" airfilter, is there any way a guy could put a K&N filter on? Just curious.
It uses a MAC filter. Not sure if K&N makes a filter that will clamp on using a hose clamp like the one on my straight shot does.