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Old 09-26-2008, 04:52 PM
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A buddy wants to get a mid 90's stang, Any know of a good site like the ORG for Stangs, and does the SCT work for the older stangs ?

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Not sure of any unless it is a 96 or newer with the 4.6L...then I would suggest ModularFords

As for the SCT...only if it is a 96 or newer with an obd2 port...anything older is back in the days of chips and PCM flashing.
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Great site. Used to be on there alot, until I wrecked mine. Then I bought my truck, and kinda forgot about the stang for a bit. Now I want to get my new one up and going.

The Xcals do not work on the pre 96 stangs. You can get a custom burnt SCT Flip chip from someone who sells their chips and that does Dyno tuning.
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I still have two. A 92 GT and a 83 GT. My lil brother picked one up to a 91 GT. Just been doing little mods here and there with him. Getting ready to add 150 shot of spray to it, and might try a second stage of 250. We'll see how it takes the 150 first.

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unless you have a better than stock bottom end, your engine wont like that second stage too much, at least not for too long, you might get one 1/4 mile pass put of her before she cooks.

You will love the 150 shot, make it a wet shot, and it will be 150 at the wheels. It will hit harder and is better on the injectors, it takes the strain off. The NOS really wakes the car up!
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Its a all stock motor. Its only getting a single stage of 150. The fuel system is stock, and I don't want to risk it going lean. Its a wet kit. I tryed to shoot 225 at my 92 back when it was pretty much stock. Worked good until it puddled the fuel in the intake and back fired. Blew off the mass air and intake pipes. Put a nice dent in the hood to.
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I like this one the best, pretty laid back. Lots of knowledge.
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Its a all stock motor. Its only getting a single stage of 150. The fuel system is stock, and I don't want to risk it going lean. Its a wet kit. I tryed to shoot 225 at my 92 back when it was pretty much stock. Worked good until it puddled the fuel in the intake and back fired. Blew off the mass air and intake pipes. Put a nice dent in the hood to.
your stock pump aint gonna make it. Upgrade to a 255 intank. you will run it lean with a stock pump. stocker is only good for a 75shot, maybe 100 shot. I was really impresses with the new pump when I went from 100 shot on a stock FP, and then switched to a 255 intank.
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Look for a cobra stay away from the juice. Put a supercharger on it and beat the heck out of it, very fun car.
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cobras are sweet, but i love the ability to work on my 5.0 and have soem room in the engine bay. them 32V quad cams leave no room to work. Makes awesome power though. They souind wicked with off road H pipes and 2 chambers.

NOS is best bang for buck HP wise. Chargers are nice also, but NOS is cheaper in the initial. Unless you run through alot of it, it is the best hp per dollar upgrade you can get. You just gotta be smart about it.
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