Originally Posted by mustangnewbie
Well I don't plan on getting rid of it, my budget is about mid range, i'm prolly gonna spend at least 10Gs on it. As my name says i'm new to mustangs so i want to know where to start to get the maximum power for my car. my goal is for it to look great, and to perform even better.
You don't want to do that unless you want to start breaking stuff. Start off with your foundation. Then you can make power without it being in the shop all the time fixing broken parts.
So -If you ALREADY KNOW you're going to use a power adder. brace the chassis and the rear end FIRST, then you can make 500 hp if you want, and you won't have to keep fixing stuff.
how much power do you want to end up with, and will it be a track queen or a driver?
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