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Old 11-12-2007, 06:26 PM   #1
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i was just wondering if anybody had any ideas for cheap mods i can do to get more power out of my cougar. its a 92 cougar LS with the 5.0 HO motor. 67K miles
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True Dual, most Mustangt Parts will work, but you probably know that already, hi flow intake, headers
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im sure theres a couple of ford guys that will chime in, but you will probably get many more response if you posted on a mustang forum.

that is, if you have'nt already.
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Shift kit for your AOD slushbox. Called the "J-MOD" at tccoa.com. They have tons of stuff relating to your car. Just be warned, trying something that is "different" could get you ostracized.


Maybe a chip


Headers won't fit unless specifically for the Thunderbird/Cougar or you modify the steering shaft to accommodate the Mustang headers.

Gears are fairly simple, cheap if you do it yourself(if you have the tools and know-how).
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ok well a i cant really afford much like the true duel exhaust but what if i made just the single pipe in the middle larger and installed a high flow cat, resinator, and flowmasters or some other mufflers. im already working on finding somebody who knows how to install the 4.10 ring and pinion im buying myself for x-mas cause i havent the slightest clue how to dot hat. and from reading up on that ratio it should have a bit more kick off the line right?
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Where do I begin?
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