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post #1 of 19 Old 01-23-2009, 11:53 AM Thread Starter
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Just wanted to introduce myself here on the forums. Just bought an '06 FX4 Lariat CC. 53k miles. I race a '93 mustang (still in the works) for road racing, and this will be my tow rig. Here are some pics of it on the lot just before I bought it. Planning on getting the Banks TB Monster single exhaust and the Banks Ram Air in the next few weeks.
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Do Not Use Banks Products. I repeat DO NOT USE BANKS!!!!!!! There are much better products out there for far less than what banks has to offer. Good Lookin Rig!!! And Welcome to the .ORG

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What would you suggest for a SS TB exhaust that includes the stock cat?
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What would you suggest for a SS TB exhaust that includes the stock cat?
I would have to say MBRP. They are a great comapny and great product. I do not have it on my truck but I have heard great things about them. And for an air intake you dont need on unless you are going to be pushi 500rwhp but if you want one S&B would be my choice. I am going to get one soon. Hope that helps

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I would have to say MBRP. They are a great comapny and great product. I do not have it on my truck but I have heard great things about them. And for an air intake you dont need on unless you are going to be pushi 500rwhp but if you want one S&B would be my choice. I am going to get one soon. Hope that helps
Indeed it does, thanks much.

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Welcome to the Org bud... def do not get banks... MBRP with the stock cat is what you want....

your stock intake will also flow more than enough air so you dont need to get an aftermarket one....

as far as what you should do i would def get gauges, and a custom tuned SCT with innovative tunes...

if you have any questions or need prices let me know

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