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Old 10-20-2014, 07:07 PM   #1
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Is it worth it?

My v6 thankfully came with allot of amazing parts and i have added a gt bumper,dual exhaust,new tires, and a bunch of little things. I want to get 4:10 gears,a tuner, and maybe a supercharger off a thunderbird sc. I cant get a v8 mustang for at least 3 more years thanks to the insurance prices. What im asking is, is it worth it to put these mods in my car since i cant get a v8 for a couple more years?
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+1 to gears and tuner..
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Also forgot about coilovers
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As far as bang for ur buck the SC swap combined with 4.2 stroker kit is a good deal. Make sure u use a 94-95 SC though and do ur research to put it together!


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Im thinking about just selling it and getting a 99-04 gt convertable
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Your car is very aesthetic, you'll find a buyer.
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Your car is very aesthetic, you'll find a buyer.

Yeah but i tried before on my local craigslist before i got the gt bumper and duals. The only person that called about it was only calling to make fun of me for driving a v6.
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Yeah but i tried before on my local craigslist before i got the gt bumper and duals. The only person that called about it was only calling to make fun of me for driving a v6.

Lmao, woooow, talk about that dude not having a life. Calling an ad to insult a seller. Most dudes that do that drive a clunked out v8 running on 7 cylinders, with more holes in it than a fine swiss cheese. Most of the time, these are the same guys that think they're the fastest thing under the sun.

As for the mods, 3 years is a long time. I say keep things fun with your current car, and slap on a few mods. It'll cost you a couple grand at most. And the car will keep you interested in your current car until you want to pick up a new one.


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Lmao, woooow, talk about that dude not having a life. Calling an ad to insult a seller. Most dudes that do that drive a clunked out v8 running on 7 cylinders, with more holes in it than a fine swiss cheese. Most of the time, these are the same guys that think they're the fastest thing under the sun.

As for the mods, 3 years is a long time. I say keep things fun with your current car, and slap on a few mods. It'll cost you a couple grand at most. And the car will keep you interested in your current car until you want to pick up a new one.


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Yeah im thinking it was probably some kid with a lifted diesel truck. I already have about 3k into the car and the things i want to do to it will make that go up to at least 5k. And i doubt that in 3 years my car will be worth more than it is now
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