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Hey guys and gals I recently got my hands on a 91 mustang gt. I love the car one of the best ive owned.

Here are a couple questions I need answered.

1. Where can I find a T style shifter that will fit my shifter because my stock one is destroyed and the threads are finished

2. Whats the best kind of intake I can get for the car. I already have exhaust and headers on it all it needs is a intake.

Thanks alot guys I would post pics of my baby but it has been raining all week here and I haven't had time to take pictures.
 

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Welcome to AFM. You are in the right place for some help.
 
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Hey guys and gals I recently got my hands on a 91 mustang gt. I love the car one of the best ive owned.

Here are a couple questions I need answered.

1. Where can I find a T style shifter that will fit my shifter because my stock one is destroyed and the threads are finished

2. Whats the best kind of intake I can get for the car. I already have exhaust and headers on it all it needs is a intake.

Thanks alot guys I would post pics of my baby but it has been raining all week here and I haven't had time to take pictures.

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I wouldnt say all it needs is an intake, there is a lot more you can do to it than that. It depends on what you want to do to the car to determine the intake to put on it. Intakes with longer, thinner runners will speed up the air giving you more velocity( better for low rpm torque), intakes with short fat runners will give you more volume (better for higher rpm horsepower). you want to get a good top end combination otherwise just adding an intake wont do much because an intake can only flow as much as the cam and heads.
 

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I wouldnt say all it needs is an intake, there is a lot more you can do to it than that. It depends on what you want to do to the car to determine the intake to put on it. Intakes with longer, thinner runners will speed up the air giving you more velocity( better for low rpm torque), intakes with short fat runners will give you more volume (better for higher rpm horsepower). you want to get a good top end combination otherwise just adding an intake wont do much because an intake can only flow as much as the cam and heads.
Well exhaust and headers is not all I have. It has MSD plugs and 3.55 gears and other stuff I just cant think of now.

What do you guys think of this shifter

B&M 80742 - B&M Hammer Head T-Handle Shift Knobs
 

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I know someone running that hammer shifter, they love it so much and it looks real good in the car, id go for it. Im even thinking of changing to it myself. Intake wise the new trickflow intakes are the hottest things out right now, but how much are you willing to spend.
 
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