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Old 06-28-2013, 10:55 PM   #106
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She's up an running good .

After nine long months without a car , I finally got it going .
Thanks for all the help .
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She's up an running good .

After nine long months without a car , I finally got it going .
Thanks for all the help .
That had to be grueling. Great feeling to be driving it though right, with all that hard work paying off. That's my second favorite part of restoring/rebuilding cars.
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Old 06-29-2013, 01:03 AM   #108
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Hell yeah .

Next thing to do is to make my car sound mean . Kinda like this .

http://youtu.be/J5GHZuPCQ6k
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Old 06-29-2013, 02:15 AM   #109
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Hell yeah .

Next thing to do is to make my car sound mean . Kinda like this .

http://youtu.be/J5GHZuPCQ6k
I'm tellin you dude, mac prochamber, flowmaster 10 series or magnaflow blowthroughs, and 3-3 1/2" resonator tips man. Don't dump them under the cabin unless you have turndowns..the drone around 13-2100 will make you grind your teeth to nubs after a few months lol
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Old 06-29-2013, 06:45 AM   #110
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How much would all that cost ?
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How much would all that cost ?
bout 5-600 altogether?
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Old 06-29-2013, 02:22 PM   #112
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Not to bad .

Do you have a video of what it sounds like ?
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Not to bad .

Do you have a video of what it sounds like ?
not personally, sorry. go on YouTube and look up like 97 mustang v6 prochamber. it'll bring a lot up
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Old 06-29-2013, 06:07 PM   #114
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Alright .
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do anything else to your car man?
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Old 07-14-2013, 10:55 AM   #116
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Looking for a cold air intake .

An some new wheels .
An a good place for a paint job .
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Old 07-18-2013, 03:03 AM   #117
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Looking for a cold air intake .

An some new wheels .
An a good place for a paint job .
I've got a stack racing cai on my 95 right now I might be selling. My car was just totalled out, I'm settling with the insurance and buying a new stang.. if you want, I can let you know once I'm able to sell it
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Old 07-18-2013, 08:27 AM   #118
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Yeah , let me know .

Plus I'm going to get a new rear end , so I can do a two wheel burnout .
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Yeah , let me know .

Plus I'm going to get a new rear end , so I can do a two wheel burnout .
ill let you know as soon as I hear more from the insurance company, should be the next couple days..

If you're looking to swap the rear, figure about 3-800 for a good 8.8 that's already 5 lug. If you buy a fox rear you have to do the 5 lug and disc conversion.. an alternative to that is looking into an auburn or (if you can find one) ford racing trak-lok center section for your 7.5" rear you have now. That'll give you posi trac and it would possibly be cheaper than swapping an entire rear end.
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Ill look into that .
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Ill look into it .
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Ill look into it .
If you come across some hidden honey hole of ford racing trak loks for the 7.5" rears lemme know man.. I've had my eyes out for one locally for about a year now lol.
They sold new for like 3-400 bucks so you should be able to get a decent deal if you can find one
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Nice .

Ill definately let you know if I come across any .
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Nice .

Ill definately let you know if I come across any .
Cool cool.
Ill let you know about this cai once I finish up this insurance bs.
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Alright man .
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