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post #1 of 46 Old August 5th, 2007, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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Full bolt-ons

So, im confused about the performance of full bolt-ons. Someone said that lt headers add around 15 hp, but someone else said that full bolt-ons add only 25 hp. Something is wrong there. My version of full bolt-ons is: LT headers, CAI, exhaust, coil, wires, u/d pullies. How much hp will that put me at? Its on a 2000 manual.

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with a tune and full bolt ons you should be at 40hp added about

a dyno tune
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That sounds good to me man.

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You can get lot more then 40, supercharger is a bolt on. :wink

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a 460 is a "bolt in" :wink

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keep doing that and they will get stuck that way zip

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Yeah, thanks to Micron.



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And you can also bolt a recliner onto my trunk. Any quetions why I dont want to do that either?

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And you can also bolt a recliner onto my trunk. Any quetions why I dont want to do that either?
Because you keep all your lazy friends in the passenger seat, not the trunk?



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hmmm... that's not a bad idea ...

not the whole recliner part but I think it would be a cool idea for adjustable rear seats... lumbar ect...

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why you wouldnt??
i can think of many reasns why you would


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Great...now someone is going to atempt a functional rumble seat on a Mustang.

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Full bolt ons and a tune adding only 40 hp?? Seems kinda low

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yeah really.. i was thinkin that if u bolt on a bunch of mexicans to push it it'll gain another 20-30hp on top of that!!hahahahahha j/k

40hp sounds about right... you might get 50 though!!

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eff it, bought a wrx, finally.
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fuck gt's... i want a T_T COBRA.... IS IT POSSIBLE TO put a t_t kit on a 03-04 s/c engine??? that would be one serious engine..w/ nos it would be just rediculous!!haha

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