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new coils for a 2008 Mustang bullitt

hello out there..what if any differance would buyingmallory or other hot coils do for performance with only a few mods.pullys, 93 octane program and the std. bullitt pkg.. any advantage?

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hello out there..what if any differance would buyingmallory or other hot coils do for performance with only a few mods.pullys, 93 octane program and the std. bullitt pkg.. any advantage?

Little to no improvement, in fact they would probably turn out to be a headache. Whenever we have an '05+ car on the dyno and it's having firing troubles 9 times out of 10 it's aftermarket coils. Leave your stock coils; we've made 1000 RWHP on them before. You would be better off to invest that $ into some underdrive pulleys, electric water pump, one piece aluminum driveshaft, etc.

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thank you! i will do other stuff. i do have pulleys..i was concidering the one piece that many of the IMBOC menbers have..i guess just turning less mass will improve excellaration..i just put 4;10s in her and thats nice.what else can i feel from the one piece.?

just checked out your web. new to me. thanx. i will look for you when i need to replace brake pads for the bullitt..

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thank you! i will do other stuff. i do have pulleys..i was concidering the one piece that many of the IMBOC menbers have..i guess just turning less mass will improve excellaration..i just put 4;10s in her and thats nice.what else can i feel from the one piece.?
The one piece will hold more power and on a bone-stock '05+ GT it will knock two tenths off of your 1/4 mile time! An aluminum driveshaft, aluminum flywheel, and 4.10s make for a hard pulling 3V Mustang.

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just checked out your web. new to me. thanx. i will look for you when i need to replace brake pads for the bullitt..
Ok, sounds good.

Our website has very little product on it compared to what we can get. I am direct with a lot of the big names in the industry. I can get you practically any Mustang performance part at a competitive price. Give me a call or shoot me an e-mail if you need anything for your car.


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very cool..i think i need to get 700.00 ready for the next mod..
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sounds good. Give me a call when you're ready.

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i bet youyr ride goes like hell! you have some great mods listed on your signature.


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