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Old 12-04-2003, 01:32 PM   #1
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Got my aluminum Drive shaft and Bullitt pedals WooHoo!!!

Well I am ending my modding of my car soon and making last minute purchases.I picked up a aluminum drive shaft and bullitt pedals now all left is to get all my SC piping powdercoated and buy a PI 3000 converter and maybe get some leather seat but that is not a high priority. I will be installing all the SC and BV head and all this last minute stuff over the Christmas Holidays.
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uh oh, does this mean you will be selling it soon or trading it off? Hey, if you do decide to part with it, I want those bullitt pedals, I have been meaning to get those for a long while, lol
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Rick after I finish all the mods I will just enjoy it for a while
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Seems like most people when they stop modding they get rid of the car, ya know Corey?
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bullitt pedals are nice .I heard the install of the gas pedal is tricky, im not sure though
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The ford racing ones just go over the original pedals, you don't have to take off the whole gas pedal linkage and all.
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really cool. btw how did the 3.73 work in your automatic b/c i dont think i want to put 4.10s in there. any way i hope you dont leave the site we need you here.
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I think our buddy Corey will be around for a while! I hope so anyhow.
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hey man, if I were you with the mods you have...I would upgrade my rear to a 8.8.... Cuz with the mods you have your 7.5 could break under that kinda pressure... Im sure you already know this though...

Well I hope you have a fun time with her!! Later
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Well I dont intend to change my rear end until this one gives up and if it does I will get an 8.8

I like my 3.73 gears. I was considering some 4.10's but after my tune at Team Ford I can rip 1 gear and as it shifts into 2nd it will not only chirp but if I am at the slightest turn it will break loose.

I aint going anywhere I was here from the beginning and will stay here THAT IS A FACT!!!!!
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