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94 5.0 Mustang GT 125 Shot Vs 4g63 Turbo Dodge Colt From a Dead Stop

94 5.0 Mustang Gt , headers, full Exhaust, CAI, 125hp NOS Dry Kit, U/D pullies, 3.73 Gears, Automatic Vs. Dodge Colt, 4g63 Swap, Big 16g turbo w/ 6cm Exhaust, Big FMIC, 2.5 in I/C piping, 3 in GM MAF & Translator, Greddy BOV, Full Exhaust, 8-10 psi, and some weight reduction, from a Dead Stop


 


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