And even then it doesn't have THAT big of an impact. The biggest power gains
come from engine work (ie heads, cams, etc), forced induction (supercharger,
turbocharger), nitrous oxide, etc. Depends on what you are wanting to do
with the car. Gears are also a good way to get the car quicker, but mileage
on highway will suffer a little.
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<japhar81> wrote in message news:waidnZzWQcey-ezfRVn-pQ@giganews.com...
> Just for everyone thats kinda new to this stuff... The CAI makes a bigger
> difference in cases like this because of the high-flow exhaust put on
> (more air in only matters when the engine can push it back out).
> "Jason" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> >I am new to the group, but I would like to answer this one :)
> > I have a 99GT with the following:
> > BBK long tube Headers
> > BBK H pipe with Cats
> > Flowmaster 40 series cat back
> > FRPP pullies
> > MAC cold air intake (fender)
> > I dyno'd last night at the local shop at 248hp and 290ft-lbs I ordered
> > Diablo Predator today along with a set of 3.73 gears.
> > If your interested in waiting a week, I will post the results of the
> > on the dyno.
> > Jason
> > "BigAl" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > news:email@example.com...
> >> I want to reach out to all you other GT owners and see what has proven
> >> to work for you in successfully increasing your horsepower/performance
> >> on your "once" stock Mustang GTs?
> >> I am thinking of getting a Diablo Tuner to advance the timing and such
> >> to tweak out some more HP and all around "responsiveness" to the
> >> throttle! Then...I'm planning on adding a MAC-StraightShot Cold Air
> >> intake to assist in opening up the motor even more! (I would imagine
> >> I'll have to tune the motor again with the Diablo to adjust for thethis
> >> change with the Diablo.)
> >> Has anybody else tried this "combo" of performance mods? Also...how
> >> does this "tuner" work? It has to remain hooked up right? Does it run
> >> off of the car battery and tucked under the hood or dash? To avoid
> >> waisting time and money I'm looking for advise on what has proven to
> >> work for all of you out there and what "hasn't" been such a success!
> >> THANKS!