what mod should i do first

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  1. rrohrig

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  2. AmrcnMuscle101

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    okay..im kinda of a newbie to this kinda of stuff so bear with me....i have heard the smaller the pulley...is not always the best soooooo......why not the 2.76???
     
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    alot of good things coming from these guys. I started out the same way you did, welded in flowmasters when I got the car. now it has the following

    2.76 billetflow pulley w idlers
    jlt rai
    mac o/r h pipe
    billetflow irs brace
    mgw shifter
    raptor shift lite
    hilton boost overlay
    mm full length subs
    predator tune by Amazon.

    a few good places to research would be modularfords.com and svtperformance.com but like UM said, post before you buy, alot of people will have a good idea what works and what is junk. the 03/04 has been out a while so learn from others mistakes and take the good stuff and run with it.
     
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    When the upper pulley gets too small you can run into belt slip. With a 2.76 you'll need some good idler pulleys to ensure you get the most belt wrap possible. Personally if someone wants to push the Eaton to 15lbs and they don't mind spending a little more for their pulley combo, I'd recommend a 2lb lower and a 2.93 upper. You get almost the exact same PSI (15.2 vs 15.1) but with less potential for belt slip.

    U.M.
     
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    u dont need to get a tune for CAI???
     
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    Not on a bone stockm 03/04 Cobra, no. They came pig rich from the factory. That's why the addition of a CAI can give you such a big performance increase!

    Now to get every last ounce of power out of the CAI some tuning would be required.

    U.M.
     
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