I DISAGREE WITH YOUR CHOICES OF MODIFICATIONS. IF YOUR NOT GOING TO DO THE WHOLE FLOW IN/FLOW OUT PACKAGE(I.E. SUPERCHARGER,INJECTORS,FUEL PUMP,OFF ROAD X PIPE,MASS AIR ETC..) I WOULD PUT THE 4.10.GEARS IN ONLY,I FOUND THAT YOU WILL GET THE MOST BANG FOR THE BUCK WITH THIS MODIFICATION. I SAYING THIS FROM EXPERIENCE(I HAVE ALL THE MODIFICATIONS I LISTED ABOVE)
Black Bullitt22, welcome to the board, you will love it here! :grin: As for your question, it depends on what you want to do with your Bullitt. If you want a killer drag strip car, then the 4.10's would be a great addition. If you will mostly be driving on the street with occasional track time, I think the 3.73's would be better. Either way, the Densecharger is one of the best bang for the buck mods you can do. I noticed an instant improvement in sound and power when I got mine installed. Tri-Ax or Pro 5.0 shifters are good, and Steeda underdrive pulleys are another good hp adder. The 30mm wheel spaces fill out the fenderwells better, and make it look like you are running 275's on the back, much better look! I love my Spin Tech mufflers, but there are a lot of great choices for exhaust mods, again, it depends on what you are looking for. One thing that helped me was to look at the different mods listed in members signatures, that helped me see which ones were popular. Hope this helps. :smile:
MGW Satin Trim Pieces
MGW Billet Shifter Handle
Spin Tech Pro-Street Mufflers(Wow, what a sound!)
"Bite the Bullitt..."
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i went with 3.73's, Bassani X-pipe, Steeda tri-ax shifter and Undderive pullies, Al Driveshaft, MAC Cold Air Kit, and Chip... and did it all at once... totally feel the power.. at least 40 horses more and a great sound... love it... i will supercharge when i get the money.. perhaps my birthday gift to myself in march?
The Steeda is a good shifter, go with a Flowmaster cat back, at least 3.73's (4.10's better), Aluminum driveshaft, underdrive pullies, cold air kit, Steeda timing adjuster, possibly some new headers (long tubes are better), and an h/x-pipe. Or you could go crazy like me and throw in a 318ci stroker!!!
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