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Dumb question but it would almost be the same as adding a 100 shot of nitrous ..Well it is a little more HP tho..lol....I mean thats an option too isnt it?....I would love to get this 98 im looking at it already has the bbk cold air intake,bbk TB,flowmaster exhaust,high flow cats..do some 3.73's its an auto and a 100 shot do you think it would be in the 13's ?

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Originally Posted by Pickles View Post
if your doing gears make sure to get this

Ford Racing 8.8" Traction-LOK Rebuild Kit w/ Carbon Discs at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!

and this would be a good idea.
Rear End Installation Kit (8.8in) at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!

I didnt do either of those when i got my gears done.. now my clutches are starting to get weak, and i have a pinion seal leak.
so your saying i should get both for the install? would it matter that i only have 15K miles? and would this save money on install?
if i dont need both kits which do you think is the most important of the two to get?

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