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Discussion in 'Autonation Ford of White Bear Lake - Formerly Tous' started by ad445, May 18, 2012.

  1. Carbon Driven

    Carbon Driven Active Member Established Member

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    Sent you an email on the 13 GT500 intercooler too.
     
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    What's the current FRPP kit pricing?
     
  3. FORDSVTPARTS

    FORDSVTPARTS Authorized Vendor Authorized Vendor

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    $2649.00 shipped. :beer:

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  4. Bonefish

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    I did not know this kit came with the TB....holy crap...sold. I take it this is the oval TB not the Dual one right?

    And I also need the cost on the 2013 intercooler....
     
  5. Carbon Driven

    Carbon Driven Active Member Established Member

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    Yea get the intercooler too. Im getting it soon as I save a few more bucks.
    I hear its a PITA to install the IC though. Anyone have experience with it?
     
  6. Bonefish

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    I'll be dropping the car off with all the parts to my installer noted in my sig..LOL! If I were doing it...it would take months with lots of extra parts...LOL!
     
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    Thanks for the info! Why do people prefer the dual over the monoblade?

    Can you buy the TVS only? With elbow?
     
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    The monoblade gives quicker throttle response which can make it touchy on the street and is supposedly harder to tune.

    At this point the FRPP kit only comes the one way.

    -Steve
     
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  10. Bonefish

    Bonefish FKNGFST Established Member

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    Steve...thanks for the info!

    It's probably been asked but, it comes with stock pulley right? What size is it?
     
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    Yes, stock pulley but I don't have the exact size at the moment.
     
  12. Carbon Driven

    Carbon Driven Active Member Established Member

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    Comes with the belt too. Basically everything you need to slap it on :banana:
     
  13. Freak3150

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    If I remember the pulley is 2.71".

    Kit also includes the fuel rails.
     
  14. Bonefish

    Bonefish FKNGFST Established Member

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    Are the fuel rails needed on a swap for a 2011 GT500 or would my stock ones work?
     
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    The fuel rail isn't exactly "needed" but the crossover is revised and much nicer looking. It fits over the blower better has a nice braided cover. It comes with it and probably isn't worth much on the open market, so I used it. It actually worked out better because I was able to use parts off of my stock rail to make a vacuum line for the EVAP sensor hole in the Plenum. I did a whole write up on how to do it without buying any crazy adapters or "t" fittings.
     
  16. Bonefish

    Bonefish FKNGFST Established Member

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    Thanks Pistol!

    I've been looking at take offs for sale so, wanted to know if I go take off what would I need vs. the kits which makes life easy.

    I really need to get my TF wheels on so, I can take the cash from selling my current wheels and buy a 2013 TVS!!
     
  17. PistolWhip

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    Oh ok, I gotcha. I don't think you absolutely need the revised fuel rails in that case. I never tried putting the stock one back on, but I've seen people that have made the swap and used the stock rails. It just looks off a little to me, I'm not sure why.
     
  18. Bonefish

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    I'll go check your install thread to see if I can get an idea of what the 2013's look like vs ours (2010/2011). Maybe I'll want to make the change...I'm OCD so, if mine won't look right it'll bug the crap out of me! LOL!
     
  19. Bonefish

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    Do you guys accept PayPal?
     
  20. CLS64

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    For the ones who have installed the 2013 TVS kit with the mono blade - how does it drive on the street? How is it compared to your previous set up as far as drivability? Who did your tune?

    Thanks,
    Curtis
     

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