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#3098681 - 03/05/16 04:21 PM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: JPM]
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has anyone else had zero luck getting a reply from blue oval chips? I just want a programmer for my 2010 cvpi. all stock except for better mufflers and no rear cats(gone when I got it)any other bolt on power suggestions? alternate tuner suggestions? the plan is to port the heads/possible cam swap when I replace the timing chain and tensioners. A


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I went to this website. All it brings up is a forum. I did not see a store with items to buy listed.


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#3098705 - 03/05/16 04:30 PM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: dRock96Marquis]
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Or just email Marty: [email protected]

Mos does not have a website to sell items , strictly services . Except for tunes and SW exhaust dealer. They don't sell retail parts like summit etc.


Edited by mdnos (03/05/16 04:33 PM)
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#3282922 - 07/13/16 12:39 AM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: dRock96Marquis]
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I am doing this with my 2000. You mentioned a intake. Mine is stock aftermarket. Just learning. Do I need a different intake manifold for the tune to be worth while. You also mentioned retrofitted for the 2000. Not sure what that means? Thanx
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#3286986 - 07/16/16 08:54 AM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: dRock96Marquis]
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Looking for zip tube. They all say 04-10? I see all different looking ones. Are they the same?
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#3299474 - 07/27/16 12:29 PM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: dRock96Marquis]
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Super cool. I bookmarked it! Question--Does each tune require 93 octane? Are there different levels of tunes?....like mild, medium, or hot or whatever? I am mainly wondering about the 93 octane thing. 93 octane?
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#3299610 - 07/27/16 02:44 PM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: dRock96Marquis]
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There are various levels, the biggest change between different octane tunes is ignition timing, the higher octane tune will have more ignition timing advance...that normally gives more power, but will ping/detonate with lower octane fuel.
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#3342065 - 08/31/16 09:44 PM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: dRock96Marquis]
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I'm going to purchase the air box from adtr can't wait...I getting a 2001 MGM so it already has the pi so I'm good there..and might go to the junkyard and pull an dual exhaust down to the manifolds off an p71...wish me luck guys...o yeH this is my first post

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#3342113 - 08/31/16 11:06 PM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: Makmoneynslp]
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Originally Posted By Makmoneynslp
I'm going to purchase the air box from adtr can't wait...I getting a 2001 MGM so it already has the pi so I'm good there..and might go to the junkyard and pull an dual exhaust down to the manifolds off an p71...wish me luck guys...o yeH this is my first post


You might want to check the junkyard for a P71 air box. You'll save about $200. You will also need the harness to connect to the MAF sensor. The plug on your Marquis won't connect to the maf sensor on the P71 box.

If you get the Marauder air box it will plug right in.

The combo I am using is a Mustang GT maf sensor with a cone filter. Sounds nice.

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#3351010 - 09/07/16 02:20 PM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: dRock96Marquis]
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i asked this in another forum box but felt it on topic here also. If you do a PI head and intake swap on a NPI car, is the MZT still relevant ? or is there a different route to take with the PI head swap? Thanks.

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#3351026 - 09/07/16 02:28 PM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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i asked this in another forum box but felt it on topic here also. If you do a PI head and intake swap on a NPI car, is the MZT still relevant ? or is there a different route to take with the PI head swap? Thanks.
As I told you when you asked it before..Yes. You will need a larger MAF and tune if you do a PI headswap if you want it to run right. Its has been documented that the stock '96-'00 MAF can easily be maxed out on what it can read accurately when you start increasing airflow capabilities of the engine.
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#3351258 - 09/07/16 03:48 PM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: dRock96Marquis]
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I am fixin to get the PI intake manifold. I have been reading the install thread and it sure seems complicated/scary. Plenty of talk about coolant leaks in various places. When I have it installed, I dont want to keep taking it apart to fix leaks. How common is the leak problem?...as I will be paying for this service

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#3397233 - 10/14/16 11:14 AM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: dRock96Marquis]
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Mo's Speed Shop website is not working for me, should I e-mail him directly?
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#3397337 - 10/14/16 11:48 AM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: dRock96Marquis]
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#3419761 - 11/01/16 08:08 PM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: dRock96Marquis]
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Hey guys

I have a 2010 Grand Marquis, all stock except for a 2.25" cat-back Flowmaster system.

There's a 2008 P71 airbox, intake tube and MAF cartridge for sale here locally. Am I correct that this intake setup gives the same performance gains as the Marauder airbox and intake tube? In other words, can I save a few bucks with this setup and get the same performance?

Now for the really stupid questions...

I know I need a tune once I step up to the 80mm MAF. Like I said above, the car is stock except for a 2.25" cat-back Flowmaster setup with an H-pipe. I live in Colorado at 6,400' and drive the car year-round. Can I just call Mo's and get a tune from them? If so, is there a certain one I should ask for? How do I load it? Is there a link or write-up that explains that process (I have no idea how this works)? Would I be better off taking the car somewhere here locally to get a dyno tune? If so, how do I know if I've found a good shop or not?

Sorry for the rookie questions, I'm pretty new to Panthers and Fords in general - still figuring this stuff out! I've been into diesels and Harleys for years, these big cats are a little different. smile

Big thanks for any insight or helpful advice!

-Kris


Edited by AE9S (11/01/16 08:10 PM)

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#3420817 - 11/02/16 08:21 PM Re: The "MZT" and some popular bolt-ons [Re: AE9S]
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Originally Posted By AE9S
Hey guys

I have a 2010 Grand Marquis, all stock except for a 2.25" cat-back Flowmaster system.

There's a 2008 P71 airbox, intake tube and MAF cartridge for sale here locally. Am I correct that this intake setup gives the same performance gains as the Marauder airbox and intake tube? In other words, can I save a few bucks with this setup and get the same performance?

Now for the really stupid questions...

I know I need a tune once I step up to the 80mm MAF. Like I said above, the car is stock except for a 2.25" cat-back Flowmaster setup with an H-pipe. I live in Colorado at 6,400' and drive the car year-round. Can I just call Mo's and get a tune from them? If so, is there a certain one I should ask for? How do I load it? Is there a link or write-up that explains that process (I have no idea how this works)? Would I be better off taking the car somewhere here locally to get a dyno tune? If so, how do I know if I've found a good shop or not?

Sorry for the rookie questions, I'm pretty new to Panthers and Fords in general - still figuring this stuff out! I've been into diesels and Harleys for years, these big cats are a little different. smile

Big thanks for any insight or helpful advice!

-Kris

Going for a dyno tune on a stock car with an airbox would cost $$$$ for a few horses and they wouldn't know the car as well as Mo, call Mo's and they can probably guide you through it all.
They send you a tune through e-mail then you put it on an SCT device and load it through the OBDII port
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