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Did you checkout the Victor II from Edelbrock?
I have some and there's another one too but after the replays I got here and what my buddies think I think I'm gonna hold off on intake for now.

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Where did you get GT500 mufflers?
I bought the single tip mufflers from Summit Racing a few years ago. They were about $330 for the set at the time I bought them. They are quite a bit more expensive now.

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I bought the single tip mufflers from Summit Racing a few years ago. They were about $330 for the set at the time I bought them. They are quite a bit more expensive now.
I hate the flow masters that are on it now but looking at stainless works headers a cai and tune I may have to leave them for now...
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When you say safely use, do you mean that the rpm at which the new manifold comes into play in is too high for the car to rev, like its past the factory rev limit?
Sorry for the late reply...

Not necessarily the point at which it comes into play, but rather the point at which it provides peak improvement over stock.

Short answer... Yes (kind of)

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Or are you saying that the factory valve train and or factory "tune" is jinky, and the motor can't handle pulls to redline?

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I wasn't referring to that at all. However... a custom tune would be required.

It sounds like you have already made a decision to forgo the intake.


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Sorry for the late reply...

Not necessarily the point at which it comes into play, but rather the point at which it provides peak improvement over stock.

Short answer... Yes (kind of)



I wasn't referring to that at all. However... a custom tune would be required.

It sounds like you have already made a decision to forgo the intake.
I have, now I just have to pick what headers I want.. For stainless works headers jlt cai and tune I'm at $2400...
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Wildhorse, these people have really good tunes. Lund Racing
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Wildhorse, these people have really good tunes. Lund Racing
Thanks that was never a question! Only way I won't go with Lund Racing is if they magically get a dyno here in Italy and prove they know how to tune a coyote! Lol
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One other thing to consider with headers is emissions testing. I don't know what the rules are in Italy but headers can make it a pain to get through inspection, if that's an issue.
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One other thing to consider with headers is emissions testing. I don't know what the rules are in Italy but headers can make it a pain to get through inspection, if that's an issue.
Thanks for the reply, sorry it has taken so long to respond. I have decided against headers for now. I am doing Lund tune with ngauge, JLT intake, and koni sport suspension. Gonna order in a couple weeks!
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