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Old 09-12-2013, 06:22 PM   #1
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Is a 98 v6 stang a sn95 or a sn98
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Is a 98 v6 stang a sn95 or a sn98
All mustangs from 1994-1998 are sn95's.
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All mustangs from 1994-1998 are sn95's.
Technically.... All mustangs 94-04 are sn95's but only 94-98 are considered sn95's and 99-04 are considered New Edges. Never heard of an sn98 though s197 is the model after NE's
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mind blown :O lol jk haha
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Technically.... All mustangs 94-04 are sn95's but only 94-98 are considered sn95's and 99-04 are considered New Edges. Never heard of an sn98 though s197 is the model after NE's
Technically... All 79-04 mustangs are on the fox body platform so they are fox bodies but we refer to the 1994-1998 as sn95 and the 99-04 as new edge mustangs.
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Technically... All 79-04 mustangs are on the fox body platform so they are fox bodies but we refer to the 1994-1998 as sn95 and the 99-04 as new edge mustangs.
Actuallyyyyyyy... They stopped using the fox platform in 93 and 94 and after we're classified as SN95 up until the D2C platform (s197) in 05. And in 2010 the style sorta changed but it's still considered an s197 D2C platform and in 2015 will change their layout
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Actuallyyyyyyy... They stopped using the fox platform in 93 and 94 and after we're classified as SN95 up until the D2C platform (s197) in 05. And in 2010 the style sorta changed but it's still considered an s197 D2C platform and in 2015 will change their layout
I'm pretty sure that 1994-2004 is also the same general fox body platform but agree with you about the s197 platform. Haha
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I'm pretty sure that 1994-2004 is also the same general fox body platform but agree with you about the s197 platform. Haha
94-04 were SN95/Fox4

http://mustangs.about.com/od/faq/f/faq-foxbody.htm

There we go. Technically are foxes but no one likes to call them that
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so i been driving a fox body all this time lol
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so i been driving a fox body all this time lol
Technically... Haha it's like calling tomatoes fruit. They're fruit but everyone thinks if them as a vegetable
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