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Old 04-22-2015, 12:13 PM   #1
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...selling the V6 to get a GT, but doubts?

This is a maybe. I want a 2v so bad. Found one for $5000 and I can make payments (no interest rate) and pay off over the year...but I love my V6 a lot. It is beautiful. Saleens wheels, new tires, long tubes, o/r h, cold air intake, etc. Car sounds loud and people always look and asking if its a v8. I've put a lot of money on it and I just dont want to redo getting wheels, new tires, new lowering springs and making the GT beautiful, but ugh.

What do you think guys? Be different, stick with the 6 and make serious power or get a bone stock GT that I will have to redo the appearance again?
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do you have to get rid of the v6 before you can get the gt? otherwise i would say transfer as much appearance as you can. then you get your appearance and a boost of horsepower.
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Well if I finance the 2v I can get rid of the 6 afterswitching the appearence around, but I got that 6er painted and ugh it feels like money wasted completely.
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usually is. and i wouldnt waste more money on an engine/tranny/diff swap either. unless you wanna grab a wrecked gt. then you get the best of both worlds. assuming you could do the swap, otherwise it gets costly. but general consensus is not to waste your time swapping when you could just buy a gt. if its hard to decide, just be ready to grab a better gt, possibly for less.
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Keep the six, save up for another year and buy a n/a Cobra or Mach 1. Much better platform to work with to make power in the new edge generation imo.

In the meantime you can pick up a cheapo set of factory wheels to put on the v6 when you sell it and save the saleens for the new stang if you want, same with the springs.

Or you can do what I did and wait a few more years and be able to keep the v6 and buy a v8. I really wanted a GT for several years after I bought my v6, but it wasn't practical or a high priority - school, work etc. So I waited, paid my v6 off and saved up and bought my Mach 1.
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Keep the six, save up for another year and buy a n/a Cobra or Mach 1. Much better platform to work with to make power in the new edge generation imo.

In the meantime you can pick up a cheapo set of factory wheels to put on the v6 when you sell it and save the saleens for the new stang if you want, same with the springs.

Or you can do what I did and wait a few more years and be able to keep the v6 and buy a v8. I really wanted a GT for several years after I bought my v6, but it wasn't practical or a high priority - school, work etc. So I waited, paid my v6 off and saved up and bought my Mach 1.
This ^ However, I can speak on terms of a guy who sold his 2000 v6 for a 03 GT. I only switched because I got a pretty crazy deal and my sixxer was getting up there in mileage. I LOVE my GT but I also loved my six, so I agree with sonic... Save and save and save and maybe put a down payment on a coyote
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Also 2v's are not bad motors at all, so don't let people scare you away...
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Also 2v's are not bad motors at all, so don't let people scare you away...
Absolutely...there are plenty of 2v's running around with well over 150k miles, hell some even still have the factory plastic intake! lol.

The mod market is flooded with parts from simple bolt ons to FI to top end overhauls.

I do like to mention the older n/a 4v cars as an option because for not much more coin you can get into one that'll make 300-320rwhp with exhaust, CAI and a tune.
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I do like to mention the older n/a 4v cars as an option because for not much more coin you can get into one that'll make 300-320rwhp with exhaust, CAI and a tune.
I agree with this completely! If OP's budget is 4v range then totally! Mine however (High school budget) led me to buy a low mile 2v vs a higher mile 4v lol.

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2v reliability >>>> 4v reliability
And 4v's obviously take the cake for performance lol
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I would do it but remember someone is always faster lol. Don't waste your money just save up and be happy with what u have brotha


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One thing that pisses me off with the v6 mustang, that even though you have it modded at 500-600 rwhp and can waste cobras, or coyotes they still dont get respect from the Mustang community

There are so many out there with a 3.8 v6 easily at 500rwhp and yet do you ever see them in car magazines? No. Do you ever see a modded v6 mustang dedicated to a page.on American muscle? No. People will see it says "v6" and lose all interest even though the car runs 10s

Its so tiring and gets annoying. I want to be different and turn it into an animal, and yet even if other drivers are seeing my tail lights the car will never get respect. It is bs.
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Why in the hell do you care what people think? REAL car people respect what someone can do to any car! I've seen some civics that run 10's and specific drag ones that run sub-10's, and I respect the **** out of them. Build your car for your enjoyment and your enjoyment only. Simple.


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This ^ However, I can speak on terms of a guy who sold his 2000 v6 for a 03 GT. I only switched because I got a pretty crazy deal and my sixxer was getting up there in mileage. I LOVE my GT but I also loved my six, so I agree with sonic... Save and save and save and maybe put a down payment on a coyote
in your oppinion, as far as regular street driving goes, like traffic, green light to 45mph ans such, how much faster does the gt feel vs the v6?

and same question, but highway? passing power, etc.

I never had the chance to drive a v6. I went straight for the gt. so ive always wondered if it really feels that different.
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in your oppinion, as far as regular street driving goes, like traffic, green light to 45mph ans such, how much faster does the gt feel vs the v6?



and same question, but highway? passing power, etc.



I never had the chance to drive a v6. I went straight for the gt. so ive always wondered if it really feels that different.

My six had 3.73's and honest to god felt like from a dig combined with the lightness of the 3.8 it was faster than my GT... HOWEVER, My GT from say... 3k and up is glorious compared to the v6


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kinda thought so. i still have stock gears in mine. the only reason i dont change that is because i still want to squeaze out the extra highway miles. not to mention i dont have the money for gears, fluid, bearings, etc plus a tuner. :/
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kinda thought so. i still have stock gears in mine. the only reason i dont change that is because i still want to squeaze out the extra highway miles. not to mention i dont have the money for gears, fluid, bearings, etc plus a tuner. :/

3.73's shouldnt change your highway mileage much if any but agreed. My six came with the 3.73's or else I wouldnt have paid the like $500 to have them installed lol


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If your V6 is painted/pristine and you love it and want a 2V, go find a donor GT and swap everything. If you have a full donor car and another beater to drive around while you do the swap that is the route I would take.
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in your oppinion, as far as regular street driving goes, like traffic, green light to 45mph ans such, how much faster does the gt feel vs the v6?

and same question, but highway? passing power, etc.

I never had the chance to drive a v6. I went straight for the gt. so ive always wondered if it really feels that different.
Having driven both in stock form with autos...
The GT has the torque to its advantage as well as the 8.8" with the tlok. That along with almost 70hp more makes the GT fast hence feel faster, period.

The auto transmissions in both cars are dogs in stock form. The shift points were clearly set for efficiency and commuting over performance, but the GT's power increases help make up for it over the v6.
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If your V6 is painted/pristine and you love it and want a 2V, go find a donor GT and swap everything. If you have a full donor car and another beater to drive around while you do the swap that is the route I would take.
You know I am REALLY considering this...

How much would a mechanic (small mechanic) charge to do this after I build up my transmission? The 4R70W between the 6 and 8 are the same, are they not? I think I just need the bell housing from the v8 so it could bolt on. The thing that will piss me off is the long tube headers that I brought, and the H Pipe I have that are only specifically for V6's will have to be let go because the GT can't support them. I'll be left with a Mac Catback + catted H from the stock GT's...what a boring set up

And I feel I'm dwelling in so far and deep into the v6 to just get swap a v8 into it, and throw out all the v6 stuff

But then again....most V6 and V8 parts are interchangeable, are they not?
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Transmission is not compatible no. Find a 2004 GT automatic donor car. They had "built" autos from the factory.

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I can't believe I'm doing this but I think I made my decision and will commit to it. I have about 1000$ saved up right now. I will be saving up at least 800$ every month, and by next year do a down payment on a Terminator or a Mach 1. I think it's time to say goodbye to the V6 World....
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If you can save 800 a month for the next year you should be able to find a nice Mach 1. You may need a bit more for a Terminator, at least out my way they go for around 15-20K.
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I can't believe I'm doing this but I think I made my decision and will commit to it. I have about 1000$ saved up right now. I will be saving up at least 800$ every month, and by next year do a down payment on a Terminator or a Mach 1. I think it's time to say goodbye to the V6 World....
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If you can save 800 a month for the next year you should be able to find a nice Mach 1. You may need a bit more for a Terminator, at least out my way they go for around 15-20K.
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If you can save 800 a month for the next year you should be able to find a nice Mach 1. You may need a bit more for a Terminator, at least out my way they go for around 15-20K.
Can't I just put a down payment on a Termi?
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Get a Coyote.

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Unless you personally prefer a new edge over the new body style, then A coyote is going to be better.
4 valve motor and supercharger to make less power than the coyote, (under just shy of 400, right?) and as scotty has cleverly described: A playskool interior. (i think he used a different name like fisher price) then go for it. I mean they are still pretty cool, they got IRS, limited numbers of them, hand built by SVT, and a 6 speed.

But i couldnt bring myself to spend that much on one, when all i need is a GT, rear end swap, and a 4v swap, and extra time on my hands. And if i feel like spending that much, i might as well just get the newer car.
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The terminators are overrated and overhyped. ( had one )
Use the money for a down payment on a coyote.

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The terminators are overrated and overhyped. ( had one )
Use the money for a down payment on a coyote.

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I think it comes down to what you can comfortably afford. If you can wait a year or two and save some coin to put down on a 2011+ 5.0 then do it...much better all around platform both in performance and quality/amenities than the previous gens including the 4v's.

However if you don't want to wait or the funds you thought you could save don't materialize then an 03/04 4v isn't terrible. Yes the interior is elementary compared to the current stangs but it's livable, and honestly you don't buy these cars for how pretty they look inside. (Being a dd is the exception). The suspension isn't ideal but after some mods they can be competent in the corners.

Keep in mind that while the new edge platforms have become outdated since the new 5.0 came out, they still produce more than enough power to get into trouble with, especially after coming from a 150-170rwhp v6 lol.

My near stock Mach 1 makes ~300 rwhp which isn't much in reality, especially with new factory GT's making ~380rwhp, but she'll get sideways in 2nd gear wearing decent tires without much effort.

Point being I don't think a lot of people, especially coming from <200rwhp v6's etc. fully understand that even 300-350rwhp in a 3400lb car can get out of hand real quick if you aren't prepared/used to it. I've seen too many instances where people wrecked their Cobra, SS, GTO, etc because they didn't understand/handle the difference in power from their v6, RS. FWD car.

It may better to run a mild 300-350rwhp car that's affordable for a year or two, then step up to the 400rhwp level. Just my .02 fwiw.
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Thanks sonic. I'm saving up right now for a Termi.


I don't like how the Coyotes look. They just don't do it for me. I like the New Edge platform so much better.
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^Yep, guy I used to be stationed with went from a normal powered dd to a modded eclipse. Even at 250whp dude almost got killed. Totaled the car. He was an idiot tho...

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