Well a cold air intake give me performance out of my 94 mustang gt
If it is still has a stock throttle body, intake, heads, and headers, not really. Spend your money elsewhere. Subframe connectors, rear gears, bump the timing, etc.
Tom's correct. I'm not a big fan of these set ups either. Especially on a vehicle with a thermostatically controlled air cleaner assembly. On cool damp days you'll experience throttle plate icing. This will cause your Mustang to run poorly or not at all under those conditions. HTH. - Jim
Yes but not much. The theory is, more air in & more exhaust out. A perf. cat back exhaust system like Flow Master would help too. Tube headers too if you can afford them. All togeather you can expect a 20%+ hp increase. I used a single 3" custom bent pipe from a muffler shop with with a hyd. tube bender & a 3" inlet & outlet performace cat. & muffler by Raven for a deep sound & unrestricted flow. Note: a single 3" exhaust will flow more than duels, & use a 2 into 1, 3" Y pipe connection to the header collectors.
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