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Old 08-04-2004, 11:12 AM   #1
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gas milage question

if i had a 1990 mustang with a 5.0, 5 speed, flowmasters, a mild cam, and a set of 3.73's what would my gas milage be like? i'm not afraid of bad milage (got 8 in the 64), so what would i be looking at????
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Of course thats assuming you can stay off the go pedal wildly!
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Of course thats assuming you can stay off the go pedal wildly!


and jay, its another coupe, a schp car to be exact
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whats the difference in the cop cars and a factory stang? besides the 160 mph speedo?
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silicone hoses, high amp alternator, one key operates all locks and ignition.
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no differences in drivetrain
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