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Old 05-01-2013, 09:40 PM   #246
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Some more pictures of the car
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Flowmasters 40s? How bad do they drone? might try them out have some laying around in the back. I have a O/R X by the way
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Huh? On mine? It had 40's. Now it has an o/r prochamber and flowmaster 10's. Sounds a million times better than the o/r 40 setup with an h pipe it had.
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Huh? On mine? It had 40's. Now it has an o/r prochamber and flowmaster 10's. Sounds a million times better than the o/r 40 setup with an h pipe it had.
Did the drone a lot? How's the drone now with your new seat up?
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Before with it dumped before the axle and the 40 setup the drone was awful. With the new setup it is minimal. Can easily hold a quite conversation in the car around town and on the highway.
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Before with it dumped before the axle and the 40 setup the drone was awful. With the new setup it is minimal. Can easily hold a quite conversation in the car around town and on the highway.
Might just buy a pro chamber lol but if I do I'm going to pair it up with some Mac long tubes
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Very smart choice. You will be very happy, and wonder why you didn't do it from the get go. Robb155473277 has the prochamber with the mac long tubes and flowmaster 10's as well. Its not quite as loud as mine, but he has hi flow cats on. Not that it matters, he just picked up a pretty nice 97 cobra.
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Very smart choice. You will be very happy, and wonder why you didn't do it from the get go. Robb155473277 has the prochamber with the mac long tubes and flowmaster 10's as well. Its not quite as loud as mine, but he has hi flow cats on. Not that it matters, he just picked up a pretty nice 97 cobra.
Can you find the link to his sound clip?
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Pictures of the Bullitt pedals (put the damn dead pedal on upside down, but don't want to risk breaking the clips on it so I'll leave it alone), Ford racing shift knob, and another shot of the Cal-trend seat covers.

Don't mind the crap carpet, I should be getting to replacing it as part of the overhaul soon.
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Pictures of the Bullitt pedals (put the damn dead pedal on upside down, but don't want to risk breaking the clips on it so I'll leave it alone), Ford racing shift knob, and another shot of the Cal-trend seat covers.

Don't mind the crap carpet, I should be getting to replacing it as part of the overhaul soon.
Love the look of the petals. After I'm done dying and painting that's and the grille delete look like a good place to go lol
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You will love em. Use a little WD-40 and a stubby flat head screw driver, and a few F-bombs here and there and you are done! Wait, that's not true. The pin on the gas pedal is a pain too. I unbolted the pedal assembly to work on it outside the car, much easier. Used a small press and presto.

Took me about 25 minutes. It's not really something I would want to do again just because of the aggravation of installing them.
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You will love em. Use a little WD-40 and a stubby flat head screw driver, and a few F-bombs here and there and you are done! Wait, that's not true. The pin on the gas pedal is a pain too. I unbolted the pedal assembly to work on it outside the car, much easier. Used a small press and presto.

Took me about 25 minutes. It's not really something I would want to do again just because of the aggravation of installing them.
More or less just a pain huh? Lol. I need to get more time and get around to the little petal adjustment also. It sucks not having a license to get parts but thanks for the info about them. Looking forward to buying them one day
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My car is on the left. This was at the car show today.

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Pacesetter headers anyone have them? Want to get them but idk /: they seem too cheep $200 I don't wanna buy them then having to replace them 2 years down the road
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For those following the thread, I'm in the running for mustang of the month. Dont forget to go vote for me. I'm the only six this month. Going up against a couple nice GTs and a bullitt. Support the sixxer vote for Pony!
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Can we vote on the app?
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Can we vote on the app?
Yea. It's right under the page selection
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Thanks, got it. Vote for pony! I really liked the inward torn between pony and the Bullitt. But us sixxers stick together. And pony deserves it with all the work he's put in his stang
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For those following the thread, I'm in the running for mustang of the month. Dont forget to go vote for me. I'm the only six this month. Going up against a couple nice GTs and a bullitt. Support the sixxer vote for Pony!
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Old 05-07-2013, 08:43 PM   #266
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Thanks for the support!
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well you build a really clean And great looking car you deserve it

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an your the only six representing us all i could thave anyone beter representing us you and 1slo
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what springs did you use to lower your car? I need to get a hood w/ a scoop
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For those following the thread, I'm in the running for mustang of the month. Dont forget to go vote for me. I'm the only six this month. Going up against a couple nice GTs and a bullitt. Support the sixxer vote for Pony!
Done!!
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Done!!
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what springs did you use to lower your car? I need to get a hood w/ a scoop
Dropzone. I don't recommend them. They will get replaced soon. Maybe the HR's, I haven't put too much thought into it yet. Doing Hawk's brakes first.
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one question did u but your trunk without the hiles for the wing or d u over ten with bondo or somwthing
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I had the holes filled when the car got painted. They fiberglassed the holes.
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oh cool ima start my project in the first week of June
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I had the holes filled when the car got painted. They fiberglassed the holes.
Fiberglass just dries then you can paint over it correct?
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Dropzone. I don't recommend them. They will get replaced soon. Maybe the HR's, I haven't put too much thought into it yet. Doing Hawk's brakes first.
I have H&R on my stang they handle amazing love'em
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Fiberglass just dries then you can paint over it correct?
Once it has cured you sand it. Sometimes a little body filler. A good primer, base, and clear coat and your good to go.
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okay great bit idk i like the wing but then i dont im undecided
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Ordered the Hawk ceramic brake pads today. Still need to order the dba t2 rotors and ss brakelines. Hopefully the stuff will be in this week.
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Change of plans, the DBA rotors I wanted are out of stock for the rear. So instead I am going to order the Brembo rotors for the front and rear.
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