more horsepower

Asked by Feb 12, 2015 at 01:42 PM about the 2014 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I have a 2014 California Special 420 hp GT mustang. I want to upgrade to maybe 650hp. what do you suggest I get to get to this range of HP?

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251,595

Supercharger and upgrade the brakes exhaust and suspension while your at it.

195

Right of the bat your gonna want to do your basic breathing mods on your car (CAI, etc.). After that you can start doi g some of the higher hp rated bolt ons like headers and pulley. Now for the big stuff. For a mustang I would recommend a supercharger even though im a turbo fan lol. Make sure to ecu tune, boost controller, and I would also recommend some bigger brake pads and some sway/ anti roll bars just so you dont have as much torque steer and it handles a little better. Just some opinions from a 14

20

Easy get a real v8 and but a 6.2 hemi out of a 2018 demon.

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