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2005 ford mustang gt specs?

my buddy has an 05 gt and he whats to know what throttle body, injectors, mass air, and fuel pump he has stock and what size he shoud get over stock on all of them. he has cold air, programer and underdrive pullys. thanks
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He can leave all that stuff stock unless he plans on going for much bigger mods, such as FI. Many manufacturers post their recommendations for fuel injectors when you purchase their products. The TB isn't really needed unless you are adding some bigger mods like cams, heads, etc. Same goes for the fuel pump.

Of course, there isn't anything that says he can't change any of that stuff, but it just seems like he would be wasting his money if he did.

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+1 The stock items are good with the mods he has now. As Bigwilly says, you don't need any of that stuff untill you go big HP.


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Actually, most ppl around here say often that an aftermarket TB is a waste of money because it is not nessecary.

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Actually, most ppl around here say often that an aftermarket TB is a waste of money because it is not nessecary.
The stock one flows really good. Most guys change them when they start putting cams and P&P heads on or SCs


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Or you can just save money on your throttle body and port and polish it. I gained about 8rwhp but my car is also FI. I wouldnt do it if your not FI because all of the air flow is calculated pretty good to that car stock. Unless your pushing in more air theres no reason to do it.

changing injectors with out needing them can also cause more damage to your car as well. I am running 60lbs but thats because I need them not want them.

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If he wants good power tell him to get a custom tune...

Forget the can tunes you get from the company go to a dyno and get a custom made tune for his car.

I was at my tuners the other day and say a 330rwhp auto mustang with a CAI and Cat Back's i did not believe it either oo it also had charge motion delete plates to, but to have that much power with so little mods the power is in the tuner.

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If he wants good power tell him to get a custom tune...

Forget the can tunes you get from the company go to a dyno and get a custom made tune for his car.

I was at my tuners the other day and say a 330rwhp auto mustang with a CAI and Cat Back's i did not believe it either oo it also had charge motion delete plates to, but to have that much power with so little mods the power is in the tuner.
WOW, 330? I'm not a big numbers guy, but that is impressive, no matter what kind of dyno it was.

Maybe I should get mine on there...

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Agree with the others. Those mods really aren't needed on a lightly modded N/A car.

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WOW, 330? I'm not a big numbers guy, but that is impressive, no matter what kind of dyno it was.

Maybe I should get mine on there...
It was a Dyno Jet...

So they do usually put out higher numbers but still impressive...

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