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Old 04-14-2014, 04:01 PM   #36
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Might as well buy a 350 or 370z then BC your style fits those cars
No car deserves to be "stanced".
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So much crying over a 235 on 9inch wheel. My tires are not even close to being like that
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Old 04-14-2014, 10:05 PM   #40
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Wish mine was lower 😔..... But I still love it
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Wish mine was lower 😔..... But I still love it
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That's because they are Muscle cars. Not slow ricers. Traction is actually an issue to us. Only ever run that narrow of a tire on that wide of a wheel if that tire is known for being wider than claimed.

I run a 275/35-18 on a 9" wide wheel up front and it is perfect fitment, I would not go any more narrow than this.
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Oh really? Muscle cars? And "us"? You make me laugh. So you need all that traction for your daily driven 200hp muscle car?

Ever heard of people running a daily setup and then having a track setup when they need traction at the TRACK?

And for the record, your tire fitment looks like ****.
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Oh really? Muscle cars? And "us"? You make me laugh. So you need all that traction for your daily driven 200hp muscle car?

Ever heard of people running a daily setup and then having a track setup when they need traction at the TRACK?

And for the record, you tire fitment looks like ****.

Lol, ignorance at its finest. I'm not even going to dignify that with a response other than.... Meet me in the corners, not that boring straight line you call a track.

Let me guess. You are one of those guys who buys a 5.0 and puts on bolt ons and then claims it's built not bought.
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Lol, ignorance at its finest. I'm not even going to dignify that with a response other than.... Meet me in the corners.

Let me guess. You are one of those guys who buys a 5.0, puts on a CAI and tune and then says "built not bought"
Let me guess you're in High School?

And you say meet me in the corners? LOL, that pos bullitt mustang would break down before the race even started.
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Stanced mustang???

Lol. I don't have time to bicker with you. Go ahead and race the car you bought and lose to others who built theirs up. Because I can clearly see you aren't a true Mustang guy. Just someone who bought a 5.0 and joined a forum.
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Lol. I don't have time to bicker with you. Go ahead and race the car you bought and lose to others who built theirs up. Because I can clearly see you aren't a true Mustang guy. Just someone who bought a 5.0 and joined a forum.
Typical assumption from a kid. Thanks for wasting my time.

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Typical assumption from a kid. Thanks for wasting my time.

You're welcome. Have a nice day 😉
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Personally I will show more respect to a 2v such as soccer's, BC its "built" vs a bone stock coyote with something such as a tune/ cai.

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Oh really? Muscle cars? And "us"? You make me laugh. So you need all that traction for your daily driven 200hp muscle car?

Ever heard of people running a daily setup and then having a track setup when they need traction at the TRACK?

And for the record, your tire fitment looks like ****.

Why do they put a 245/45 on a stock 17 inch rim stock? I'm confused?
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Oh really? Muscle cars? And "us"? You make me laugh. So you need all that traction for your daily driven 200hp muscle car?

Ever heard of people running a daily setup and then having a track setup when they need traction at the TRACK?

And for the record, your tire fitment looks like ****.

Way to be a turd in the punch bowl, bro.
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Old 04-15-2014, 11:24 AM   #51
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Let me guess you're in High School?

And you say meet me in the corners? LOL, that pos bullitt mustang would break down before the race even started.

Also another question why must you bash other members, we all drive mustangs? What makes his a pos and yours not?
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I agree with you.

Funny, he bashed first, but people are so blind.
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How low is it now?

I got H&R ss springs on it now. About 1.5 maybe 1.7 all around
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I agree with you.

Funny, he bashed first, but people are so blind.

I read the whole post, he did say it was a stupid idea, but he did not personally bash you or your car. Your statement was "attacking" another member please refrain from this..
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I got H&R ss springs on it now. About 1.5 maybe 1.7 all around
Nice! I think it looks pretty great.
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You read post 30? Its obvious what he meant and if you cant see that then... lol.

Some amazing staff on here.

If you would like to continue this you are more then welcome to send me a personal message with your concerns. But as you can read here. (Post 30) he stated our cars are not slow ricers. He was talking mustang in general.. He did not say your car was a ricer, you blatantly said his was a pos, please refrain from this.Click image for larger version

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How about this! I personally love it. This although is not stanced but air bagged.
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Red Dipped Bagged Supercharged GT 5.0
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Nice! I think it looks pretty great.

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