Used set of partial modded Kooks Catless 3.0” header connection pipes, could also fit CORSA or any other ball / socket flange connection.
This isn’t complete and is missing the transition bends. The welds are acceptable, 100% sealed but are UGLY (not welded by me)
Rear O2 bungs need to be...
New never used or installed Milltek S550 5.0 Coyote dual in/out resonator.
Inlet size =2.625”
Outlet size = 2.750”
Straight through perforated and high temp ceramic packing.
304 SS construction in and out. Polished outside oval case.
$250.00 Shipped to the lower 48 only.
Excellent condition Used Steeda Closed Lid with 2015 lower box.
No air filter.
No Throttle Body tube.
No MAF reducer
Great parts for custom built CAI.
$150.00 shipped to lower 48 for components listed.
PMAS, N-MT13-1, Tune Required.
Filter freshly cleaned and properly oiled. There is a small area on filter where wire mesh is distorted, it’s a small superficial blemish which will not impact filtering performance.
$220.00 shipped to the lower 48 only
PMAS N-MT13-1 15-17 GT 5.0
“NEW” in box.
Complete as pictured. Never installed, only removed from box for photo.
120mm MAF, system is no B/S. If your looking for stable MAF sampling and serious CFM go this route.
$280.00 shipped to lower 48 only.
It was mentioned that the 2018 OEM harmonic balancers were upgraded. Did anyone figure out if the 18+ balancer is a direct fit to a 15-17 5.0 and is there merit in switching if this is a direct bolt on ?
Just going to park these links here.
Lots of good info. for guys looking to use 87mm and 95mm TB's on their GT350 manifolds or possibly 15-17 / 18+ manifold w/custom adapter plate.
In reference to PMAS No Tune MAF sensor https://www.pmas-maf.com/product/m-mt13100-mass-airflow-sensor-15-17-ford/
Q - Will the PMAS MAF NO Tune sensor transfer functions created for their 120mm housing work in any other S550 Mustang with 120mm MAF housing ?
Thanks for any insight offered up.
Recently swapped out my 2015 lower airbox for a new 2018+ w/o the stupid looking resonance bottle.
I have a Gibson exhaust with the dreaded 1800 to 2000 rpm drone.
After the 18 airbox swap I can honestly say the drone has reduced substantially. I've put a few hundred miles on and the cabin...