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I have an 02 mustang GT automatic with flow-master super 44 series x-pipe, cold air intake, after-market throttle body, 3.73 gears, with new bearing and clutch packs, coil covers, its been lowered 2 inches in the back and 1.5 in the front, i've got black chrome billit wheels. What should i do next?
 

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on3performance turbo kit... it's $1,815.00 for the complete kit. comes with the turbo, all piping, headers, intercooler, etc. (you would need the MAF, spark plugs, fuel pump, and injectors seperate).. their web site is Turbo Kits for Ford Mustangs I have heard good things about them for the most part.. I mean its pretty much half the price of a supercharger kit and produces the same power
 

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that would be awesome to have but i dont think i can afford that at the moment. I was thinking more along the lines of a tuner
 

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Turbo would be awesome. lol but id go with the sct x3 tuner, maybe a plenum or some pullies.
 

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You need a tube K for the On3 kit as well. Just so you are aware.

I wants the LiveWire tuner if I got one tho :/
 

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you might as well go this route if u want some real power instead spending 100's and just adding 5-10 hp here and there. 1996-04 MUSTANG GT 2V NITROUS EXPRESS KIT 20946-10 | eBay you would also want a bottle warmer. they have cheaper kits on ebay for like 300 dollars. but its a non-name brand and not so sure it's reliable.
 

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Def get a SCT from AM w the free tunes for life. Ull b surprised how much it wakes ur car up
 

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agree on the tuner. Then a dyno tune after that.
from then on, it depends on how you drive and what you're goals are.
and BTW, i have the Livewire and really like it.
 

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I dont know that I would spend the money on a dyno tune until you get some sort of power adder.
 

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I agree a Tuner isn't a bad idea.. they can add about 20 HP sometimes..
 
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