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Discussion in '2005-2010 V6 Mustang Tech' started by jakelakins98, Oct 11, 2014.

  1. jakelakins98

    jakelakins98 New Member

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    How can I squeeze more power out of my 05 with less than 2 grand?
    Would like some retry significant gains
     
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    Id reccomend bolt ons such as cai, getting a hand held tuner like sct or diablosport, shorty headers, exhaust, etc. the major difference would be to get some gears. Go on american muscle .com. They got alot of bolt on options. Or u can save up and go for a supercharger
     
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    Which tuner is better diablosport or sct?
     
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    Markstang Polishing my banhammer Staff Member

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    If you're planning to get a dynotune get what your local shop uses otherwise, sct is probably the most popular.
     
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    jakelakins98 New Member

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    What's the benefits of a dynotune??? Vs. like one from bama?
     
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    Markstang Polishing my banhammer Staff Member

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    Bama tunes are slightly generic, they'll give you a tune that works for most v6s and is least likely to blow something up. a dyno tune can get you much closer to the danger line, still remaining safe, but getting you the maximum performance out of the engine. You shouldn't get a dyno tune until after you've done big mods. If you're just getting bolt ons and not getting into the engine very deep, you should probably just get a mail order tune from somewhere like bama, vmp, or ortiz.
     
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    What's the best of the ones you've given?
     
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    Does anyone know where to find better cam?
     
  9. Phil II

    Phil II Cone Destroyer Staff Member

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    I've taken the liberty of merging the second thread you started with the first. Its better this way.

    This a perfectly reasonable question that should be supported by some additional information. Such as which transmission, what's not stock, how mechanically (dis) inclined are you?

    Either way, an interesting option would be to read into this thread. I believe its featured on the front page.