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Old 08-31-2013, 04:52 PM   #36
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Nice!! God forbid I ever end up in Tennessee I'll let you know. I can fend off a mildly built S2000 on the road course so I'm definitely curious as to how well I could keep up with you.
Sounds good...looking to have some race land coil overs on by Xmas as well and get rid of my current setup.
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Old 08-31-2013, 05:04 PM   #37
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Sounds good...looking to have some race land coil overs on by Xmas as well and get rid of my current setup.
Nice, I've seen those and have always been curious as to if they're a good quality coil-over setup. I'm holding out for some MM coil-overs, hopefully I can get them with my tax return
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Old 09-02-2013, 01:56 PM   #38
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Thanks a bunch for your posts and opinions!
I'm not saying I'm gonna buy the car, just want to be well informed if or when I meet up with the seller. There's no need to get ripped off in any way!
Also looking around for a trans am or regular firebird 3800 series, I know you guys gonna hate me for that but from what I've heard their sixxers are a bit better than the ones from mustang.
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I think that's a good looking car. But I was wondering what the guy meant by "cobra suspension" too. I think this is a good enough time as ever to decide v6 or v8 lol. Mine has the 4.6. N the sixxers are 4.0 right? Mpg can't be that big of a difference. Get a gt that will have already most of the stuff listed and buy your own cobra tail lights lol. Btw I paid 5k for my gt Los Angeles area
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I think that's a good looking car. But I was wondering what the guy meant by "cobra suspension" too. I think this is a good enough time as ever to decide v6 or v8 lol. Mine has the 4.6. N the sixxers are 4.0 right? Mpg can't be that big of a difference. Get a gt that will have already most of the stuff listed and buy your own cobra tail lights lol. Btw I paid 5k for my gt Los Angeles area
94-04 are 3.8/3.9, 05-10 are 4.0, 11-up are 3.7 correct me if I'm wrong.
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94-04 are 3.8/3.9, 05-10 are 4.0, 11-up are 3.7 correct me if I'm wrong.
You're right
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You're right
Wasn't sure about the older ones.
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Thanks a bunch for your posts and opinions!
I'm not saying I'm gonna buy the car, just want to be well informed if or when I meet up with the seller. There's no need to get ripped off in any way!
Also looking around for a trans am or regular firebird 3800 series, I know you guys gonna hate me for that but from what I've heard their sixxers are a bit better than the ones from mustang.
you heard wrong...the 3800 series motor in the trans am and firebird is a turd. slow as junk and always in need or repair. i get so many of them at work with issues.
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you heard wrong...the 3800 series motor in the trans am and firebird is a turd. slow as junk and always in need or repair. i get so many of them at work with issues.
Couldn't agree more. My first car was a 1997 3.8 (3800) v6 camaro 5 speed. It seemed fast to me, but only because I had never been in a fast car before that lol! Always needed fixing. ALWAYS!!

I was ways a Chevy guy, never really cared much for ford. But since I bought my stang, only 1 or 2 small repairs (wear & tear), and has never left me stranded like my Chevy did. :tear:
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