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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-30-2011 Thread Starter
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2011 Mustang GT500 factory CAI

What CAI comes factory on the gt500?

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Ford racing is the brand. I'm pretty sure the MAF housing is 113mm.

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What CAI comes factory on the gt500?
"Why do you ask, two dogs f..king in the woods?" Just kidding, but couldn't resist. I think its the general consensus that there's little or no performance gain by changing out the factory CAI in the 2010 and 2011 MYs. On the 2007 through 2009, theres a big improvement, as their systems are very restrictive. I left my 2011 GT500, stock.
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resonator

Does that include little benefit from the FMR resonator eliminator?
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Does that include little benefit from the FMR resonator eliminator?
**** H.: I installed the resonator eliminator and really noticed no significant difference. I'm sure there is minor improvement, but seat of the pants feel is negligible.
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Resonator eliminator

Thanks for the response. I was told the same thing recently by VMP. The only difference would be slightly increased blower noise, but no appreciable hp gain.
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The only difference would be slightly increased blower noise, but no appreciable hp gain.

I like the blower noise
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You could change for aesthetics....if you want. $449. is to pretty for me!
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I like the blower noise

+1 I did the FR resonator delete for the noise. it was worth the $60.

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