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 3 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 | 1 Comments 1 1
390hp/375 ft.-lbs is the advertised output, this would be with a tune and corresponding items like throttle body, cold air, full exhaust, etc...
Answered by Jay W. from waco | Comment 1 0
The cams in this kit do provide a nice lopey idle. If you go to Youtube, you be able to find some sound clips to give you an idea of what to expect.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 2 0
This is a great kit that will really wake up the car. It will need a custom tune, so I would consult with who you plan to tune the car and see what fuel related components they prefer to tune with. Things such as a handheld tuner, fuel injectors, pump etc will be needed to properly take advantage of this kit. If the intake and exhaust are stock as well, I would also look at upgrading those components.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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