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We were lucky enough to have a customer loan us their brand new GT500 for some testing. You know who you are and I can't thank you enough!! :happy feet:
Were testing some intakes as well as other parts we offer for fit and finish.

So far we know the CPC Brake and Battery covers fit great, as well as the CPC strut covers. No Strut bar fro 2010 so we don't need to modify them like the 2007-2009 models.

We also installed a set of custom painted Redline Tuning Hood Lifters for the customer, to get rid of the factory prop rod. This is the first mod I do on evey car I buy. A real must do! They come in black or stainless, but we can also paint match them.

We don't have any of these parts on the web site yet, but your welcome to price check in our 2007-2009 GT500 section and order over the phone.

Thank you
Jay

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Very cool.

I meant to swing by today and forgot.




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I think Ford has pretty much killed the intake and tune aftermarket for 2010. It has already been shown that the Ford Racing intake is as good as any and with the cars already putting down over 500 smog-free, dealer-friendly rwhp in stock form, why bother?
 

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I think Ford has pretty much killed the intake and tune aftermarket for 2010. It has already been shown that the Ford Racing intake is as good as any and with the cars already putting down over 500 smog-free, dealer-friendly rwhp in stock form, why bother?

I wouldn't say that at all. We just tested on a 2010 GT and picked up over 26 RWHP and it have a Ford "Cold Air Intake"

Plus, no GT500 has ever put down 500 RWHP, this 2010 pulled 454 RWHP. That leaved tons of room for improvment.

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That's funny because Myself as well as many on these forums have dynoed 2010s and none reach these numbers.
Our customers car dynoed 454 and 460, I've seen others at 470 and one at 480, over 500 somethings a miss.
No worries here.

Thanks for the info
Jay
 
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