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Old 10-07-2010, 05:13 PM   #6
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Re: Mustang Questions

Since you have a 4R70W (auto) transmission, you can also do the J-mod for some tire-barking firm shifts at WOT.

Pretty much everything I listed above can be bought from Summit Racing or their respective manufacturer sites.

I had my tune done by Lonnie at Blue Oval Chips. He's the best in my opinion. You'll want a dyno tune from him to get maximum power. An email tune will be satisfactory before any blower is added for slightly improved power and a massively improved shift schedule.

J-mod you don't need parts except basic hand tools, a drill, some new Mercon V fluid, and new gaskets which can be found at your local dealer. Instructions are at TCCOA.

And for your choice of blowers, a roots type blower will provide more torque at lower RPMs and should not require an intercooler. If you go centrifugal, get a high stall torque converter, around 3500 RPM. With a roots, 2600 should be sufficient with the boosted low end torque.

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> Bumper Tuck / Steeda UD Pulleys / CVPI Zip Tube / Ported & Polished Plenum / BBK 70mm TB
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