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Discussion in 'S-197 Mustangs' started by =fast=, Nov 26, 2008.

  1. =fast=

    =fast= New Member Established Member

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    I been thinking to buy the delete plates, what do ya think about it do they work really good.
     
  2. 99GTtony

    99GTtony Rain city stanger Established Member

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    I have seen cars pick up top end with them, but lose low end torque.
     
  3. 96supersnake

    96supersnake Active Member Established Member

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    ^^ what he said , I wouldn't think it is worth the $ , better mods. for the price.I.M.O.
     
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    =fast= New Member Established Member

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    ^^Thats truth, theres better mods
     
  5. S197GT

    S197GT Member Established Member

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    What are your mods now?
     
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    blck04gt Just a stupid GT.... Established Member

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    Someone on another S-197 forum picked up 14 rwhp when combining the regular delete plates with Steeda underdrive pullies. Pretty impressive. I wouldn't worry about delete plates though. Not until you get a nice centri blower. IMO
     
  7. Stang925

    Stang925 New Member Established Member

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    yea alll they do is just when you punch it you have no hesitation. because the butterflies are deleted. i got them i like them.
     
  8. rich5150

    rich5150 Network Guy Established Member

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    As long as its tuned right, add maybe a degree of timing down low, you won't notice a bit of torque loss, and your top end will feel MUCH better.
     
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    Gixx1300R Active Member Established Member

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    I made my own by removing the Butterflies and the rods. I then welded the holes.
     

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