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post #1 of 10 Old September 14th, 2010, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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Just bought a 94 GT 5.0,was reading in a stang mag about how 94-95's are more difficult to mod,any thoughts.
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post #2 of 10 Old September 14th, 2010, 06:45 PM
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im still new to the game, but from what ive read they can be a little more difficult to tune.

on a side note, there is a 94-95 subsection just for your car.

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Just bought a 94 GT 5.0,was reading in a stang mag about how 94-95's are more difficult to mod,any thoughts.
no issues in modding...tuning can be troublesome if you dont have someone who knows what they are doing...

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Tuning 94-95

What in particular could be harder?
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What in particular could be harder?
the only thing tat is more difficult, is parts availability, and affording parts price.

SN-95 uses a different TB, different exhaust, different timing cover, and WP.. and requires an adapter to run any of the foxbody intake manifolds.

But when it comes down to the style of the car, and the comfort of the interior... I'd never give up my SN95 for a fox.

and do not listen to anyone that tells you that you need to swap in a fox ECM to tune your car. Anyone who tells you that has NO experience with the SN-95's and their SUPERIOR computer system. You should basically ignore anything they say.

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you can use fox intake systems like the upper and lower tb stuff like that you just need to put on a fow throttle cable thats what im doin to mine and it will work just fine all i will have to do is modify my cai which is no big deal
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you can use fox intake systems like the upper and lower tb stuff like that you just need to put on a fow throttle cable thats what im doin to mine and it will work just fine all i will have to do is modify my cai which is no big deal
OR you could just buy the elbow that bolts to the end of the manifold., and use SN-95 parts

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the only thing tat is more difficult, is parts availability, and affording parts price.

SN-95 uses a different TB, different exhaust, different timing cover, and WP.. and requires an adapter to run any of the foxbody intake manifolds.

But when it comes down to the style of the car, and the comfort of the interior... I'd never give up my SN95 for a fox.

and do not listen to anyone that tells you that you need to swap in a fox ECM to tune your car. Anyone who tells you that has NO experience with the SN-95's and their SUPERIOR computer system. You should basically ignore anything they say.
listen to adder....he knows his shit..especially on the 94-95

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+1 Adder on the comp being superior, just need someone to tune it that knows what they are doing. I have never had problems finding any part or mod for my car. And hell yes on the interior and comfort, I like the foxes, but I like the SN95's more...



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Still new to Mustangs what's SN95
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