you really cant go wrong with a K&N
but steeda or JLT
but steeda or JLT
or c&L... evolution performance (evoperform.com) has a kit that guarantees 100+ rwhp by means of an intake+tuner+pulley, but the intake is good for about 45rwhp w/ tune if my memory serves me correctly
Yeah probably 30 of the 45 is from the tune, I agree I like the C&L for the GT500 and it makes Big Numbers!or c&L... evolution performance (evoperform.com) has a kit that guarantees 100+ rwhp by means of an intake+tuner+pulley, but the intake is good for about 45rwhp w/ tune if my memory serves me correctly
yep... its because of the pulley (increases boost by 3-4 psi) and the tune... but its been verified by MMFF mag, they did a segment on it a few months ago, gotta dig it upjeeze!!!!! 100? no way lol
45 is steep.... then again its SC....
true, forgot to say that 45 is the power figure with the included SCT tuner...Yeah probably 30 of the 45 is from the tune, I agree I like the C&L for the GT500 and it makes Big Numbers!
I researched this for myself a year ago. The two options I considered were:I have tried to get info on the 2010 GT500 CAI or the KR CAI (which I guess are one in the same). That appears to be the FRPP CAI but with an added ram air that runs to the grill. It produces the same 40HP as the standard FRPP CAI.
The ProCal tool has just been updated to the ProCal II. Neither one does anything near what can be done with an SCT xCal3. The FRPP ProCal tuners are only sold as part of an FRPP upgrade package that requires a specific retune for the parts in that package to be added. The original ProCal tool only had one two-position switch: left for the stock program and right for the new program needed for the new parts. You only got a voucher for the ProCal tool in with the upgrade kit, since you had to register various parameters with FRPP (specific model number of your car's computer, rear gear ratio, rear tire diameter) in order for them to program the unit and then send it to you. The new ProCalII adds the ability to adjust for different rear gears and tires sizes yourself, but that's about it. There is no ability to change A/F ratio or any other engine parameter with the ProCal or the ProCal II.How does Ford's ProCal programmer compare to the SCT? Does it hold a memory for custom tunes? Can I change the A/F ratio myself with it for my own custom tune? I ask because I'm leaning towards the FRPP CAI package. I am going to follow up with a new pulley later. Does that also require a retune?
The numbers are always inflated and we have never seen the numbers that they all claim. On our 2 GT500's with the 2.6 pulley, JLT CAI and identical custom tunes on my car it hit 550 RWHP and my husbands hit 537 RWHP. Goes to show you that no two cars are the exact same. It also depends on which dyno you get on. Example a Dynojet will show quite higher numbers than say the Mustang Dyne that we use. But the Mustang Dyne is suppose to load the car more like it's on the road and give a truer number. It also depends on whether the numbers are being read SAE versus Standard.JLT claims 80+ rwhp if I am not mistaken...just the intake. There are numbers as far as 150 rwhp with pulley