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mach 1 NA power

44 years old drive a 2004 mach 1 and my goal is to demonstrate what naturally aspirated power and wise decision making can do in order to have impressive quarter mile times. No power adders for me. Do more with less is my motto. Mods are drop in K&N filter, cat back magnaflows, diablo chip, lighweight wheels and tires and lightweight rear brakes. She has put down 310 hp and 330 torque at the rear wheels on a mustang dyno. That is with the stock mid pipe and 4 cats. I have run low 8's at 89 mph in the 1/8 mile while slipping badly. Track had no traction. I love this sport and enjoy picking up all the knowledge I can. Look forward to talking with everyone and have a great day!


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thanx, i look forward to talking with everyone. I appreciate old school tricks and tips. Need for speed. Have a good one
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