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  1. California FS: ProCharger Supercharger, CARB legal

    Not in a rush to sell, and the only counter offers I receive are too low ball.
  2. Any Mustang mechanic shops or work from home mechanics in the LA area?

    Check out DB Performance Engineering in Whittier.
  3. Poll: Borla Touring catback VS Ford Performance by Borla Touring catback ('15 GT)

    I'm certainly biased because I have the FP by Borla touring cat-back. I picked it over the Borla Touring because I felt the raspier exhaust note complimented the high revving nature of the Coyote V8. Can't go wrong with either one though.
  4. California FS: ProCharger Supercharger, CARB legal

    At low RPM, just cruising, the car drives very similar to stock. Once you're above 3k RPM and get into it the boost comes on quickly.
  5. California FS: ProCharger Supercharger, CARB legal

    It felt like too much power for everyday street use. You have to be very disciplined and careful while controlling the throttle. So, it feels limited on the street, but on the highway, it feels like a rocket ship. I still prefer the throttle response of it naturally aspirated. I switched from...
  6. California FS: ProCharger Supercharger, CARB legal

    Not interested in shipping at this time, thanks.
  7. California FS: ProCharger Supercharger, CARB legal

    I'm in Santa Fe Springs (Southern California), about 20 minutes away from Los Angeles
  8. California FS: ProCharger Supercharger, CARB legal

    Still local pickup only, sorry!
  9. California FS: ProCharger Supercharger, CARB legal

    At this time no, but I'll update the post if I do change my mind.
  10. Why does everyone else drive like a pos bc we have stangs?

    For me, it's mostly the truck / SUV crowd who tends to be aggressive. Oh and those V6 Chargers! It's the same when I drive my STI. I tend to drive with the flow of traffic, once in a while a little spirited accelaration. Both my cars have relatively quiet exhausts, and I don't go around...
  11. Cold air intake

    If you are concerned with voiding the warranty, I would speak to the dealership before proceeding any further. They could deny warranty coverage if you modified the intake. Check to see what is considered acceptable. As stated above, a drop in filter would likely be the safest bet. Tuning a...
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