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A few months ago i bought a 1993 se-r I slapped on a catback exhaust and a short ram intake so far. i would like to keep the car all motor.
My question is what should the next thing i do be headers, upgraded clutch, or pulleys?
Also what is a good clutch to get since the stock clutch has 90k on it and if you could hook me up with the price too.
 

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Enjoy the GTR Matt!
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Whoa.. I'm gonna beat Harris to it..

You are asking some very common questions, many of which are covered in the FAQs.

If you want to keep it all-motor, then I'd suggest going into the all-motor section of the board and read, read, read.

You will also want to go over to www.se-r.net, there are plenty of good starter faqs and other info you need to know located there.

You want to go with a header, whatever clutch you want, lots of folks like the ACT S/S setup, but they are always personal preference. Pulleys make a difference, and are a good "bang for the buck" addition. If you are low on funds, go for a pacesetter header, or get the pulleys if they are still on sale. If you do the clutch, buy a lightweight flywheel and install it at the same time, they make a nice difference.
 

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Your first stop should be www.se-r.net That will help you with the majority of your questions.
 

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Good job, guys! Looks like I trained you boys well. ;)
 

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i think the obx header is better for your buck if you want my opinion
 

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You need to sell that SE-R and get a late-model Mustang GT if you want faster.
 
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