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Resale Value On A 2014Gt500 With Mods?


venem07

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From what I've seen it shouldn't negatively affect your resale value (though it may affect collectable value in 20-30 years, only time will tell that and it can be mitigated some by keeping the take-offs). Generally you won't recoup most of the value of the mods when you sell either, though. But it's yours now, so make it what you want to drive! :shift:

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I modded my 2013 when it had 800 miles on it. I added Kooks headers, high flow cats, JLT smooth intake and a smaller upper pulley. Dan at ProDyno did a custom tune and we got 700RWHP and 715RWTQ. The ABS shut us down 800 RPM's below peak HP. It will still wind to redline in driving conditions. Dan estimates that it would have been around 730RWHP at peak. I think this is great power for such simple and relatively inexpensive modifications. We also added a 3.73 ring and pinion. This car is very fast and the most fun car I have ever owned.

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does modifing your car affect the value. i am planning on doing a pulley cold air throttle body and exhaust with a tune. THANKS

 

But you're planning to sell it?

 

Why bother?

 

 

Phill

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does modifing your car affect the value. i am planning on doing a pulley cold air throttle body and exhaust with a tune. THANKS

 

I have a 2013 and I did just that except I put a corsa cat back exhaust instead of the headers and put ford racing springs on which lowered the car about 1 inch all around. The car feels and looks great, I haven't dynoed it but according to Jon Lund who did the programing it should have about 695-700 rwhp. Regarding the value I don't think that with these mods it would affect it and you can always keep the oem parts in case you want to put them back. Enjoy the car and remember that with these cars you don't have to really modify them too much to have a great ride, Ford already sorted it out for us.

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