The kit that would work best on your car would be the TFS-519380375. It has the 44cc heads which works better with your pistons. You will also need to run a PI intake manifold.
To get the most from this kit, I would recommend larger air intake system and free flowing exhaust. Hope that helps.
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | Comment 2 0
I have a 2001 GT auto with a complete exhaust (shortys ,off-road H & cat-back), cold air intake, and pulleys. I am wondering which kit would work best for my application the 44 or 38 kit? Also I plan to get an aftermarket intake manifold, larger TB & Plenum, 24lb or 39lb injectors, and a fuel rail kit when I install one of these kits.
Asked by James D. from Fayetteville | Comment 1 0
For your set-up I would go with the 44CC heads. This will be close to the stock volume compared to your stock 2V PI heads. With you set-up this is all that you will need. This is an awesome option to go with for the 2V cars, and will be a noticeable difference.
Answered by Jay W. from waco | Comment 1 0
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