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I am new.I just bought a 04 blue Redline.I compared alot of cars before I bought this car.I just got rid of my fully modded 92 mustang coupe.Needed a car good on gas that had a little power.
 

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mmm 92 coupe. Those notchback 5.0's are sweet!!!! I want one soo bad. The RL is good too. Enjoy!!
 

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Thanks,Hate to sell it but me and my wife are going into missonary work,no time for drag cars right now.Any ideas on mods for these cars.Or anything.
 

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Thanks,Hate to sell it but me and my wife are going into missonary work,no time for drag cars right now.Any ideas on mods for these cars.Or anything.

Welcome to the forum.

As of now, we've got AEM coming out wiht a short ram CAI and a company called Digital Horse Power working on the computer.
 

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What is the deal on the smaller pulley.Can you do it.Or will be part of the up grade kit, that is coming out that suppose to be 280 horse.
 

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It's already running the smallest pulley possible.
It doesn't need more boost, just a better ecu, header, and intake. :)
 

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That pulley is huge.One of the Mustang I had before was supercharged.It had alot smaller pulley than the saturn and it was 10psi.It was a 306 with systemax and a d-1 procharger intercooled.
 

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To be honest I'm just regurgitating information I received when I was pushing to get a smaller pulley made.

The answer I gave was according to the editor of high performance pontiac magazine; he owns a ~455 whp GTX and when I asked him about the smaller pulley, that's what he told me. The engine needs a bigger blower, not a smaller pulley.
 
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