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most noticable bolt on for my 00 gt

ok i have a hypertech 93 oct tune spectra cold air intake and a 65mm throtlebody. what could i do for a little more power fast my buddys z28 beat my car by a few feet and i need to smoke him and i prolly wont take mutch but i would like to just walk his ass so any quick ideas?

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Bigger throttle body.....
Gears
Shifter (if manual)
LCA's


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Most noticable bolt on for my 00 gt

Get some lower cogs for your rear end will give you the most noticable bag for the buck my friend
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thanks man that is a good idea
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Gears and tlok no doubt

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And more than likely, that hypercrap thing is costing you power. At least it has on the few cars I've seen hop on the dyno with one.

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stage stole the words right out of my mouth

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how much you have to spend?
sohc motors have some great parts now available...like Trick Flow heads, edelbrock intakes...
Single shot of NOS would put that bowtie in it's place
Full length headers, exhaust...better yet all of the above.
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sorry i also have full exhaust flowmaster 44,s and upr o/r x. i was thinking about maybe biger injectors. any one know if that would help?
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do not use bigger injectors...they are for once you really upgrade your motor....like with a supercharger
Save for the heads or supercharger.
Aside from NOS there aren't any quick or cheap roads to real hp.
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2ManyStangs is right.
Higher flowing fuel injectors don't make horsepower. They only support other modifications like a big shot of NOS and forced induction where you'll need more fuel to make power.
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