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Old 02-19-2012, 09:09 PM   #1
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is this a good setup?

im just wondering what some peoples opinions are on my mustang, i just bought it a few weeks ago.. 347 stroker, B303 cam, gt40 heads, warner t5 trans, edlebrock high rise performer intake, edlebrock 4 barrel carb, pete jackson gear drive, hurst short throw shifter, holly high volume fuel pump, slp loudmouth exhaust (side piped), aftermarket gauges and rear tubular control arms. Lemme know what everyone thinks about it, im 16 and its my first car and will be my daily driver.
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sounds pretty good.should be making some decent power.
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im just wondering what some peoples opinions are on my mustang, i just bought it a few weeks ago.. 347 stroker, B303 cam, gt40 heads, warner t5 trans, edlebrock high rise performer intake, edlebrock 4 barrel carb, pete jackson gear drive, hurst short throw shifter, holly high volume fuel pump, slp loudmouth exhaust (side piped), aftermarket gauges and rear tubular control arms. Lemme know what everyone thinks about it, im 16 and its my first car and will be my daily driver.
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Old 02-20-2012, 01:37 PM   #4
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Wish I had a car like that when I was 16

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Wish I had a car like that when I was 16
No nevermind I was ALOT less mature 9 years ago lol I'd probly be dead or in alot of trouble
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Old 02-20-2012, 01:54 PM   #5
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Wish I had a car like that when I was 16

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No nevermind I was ALOT less mature 9 years ago lol I'd probly be dead or in alot of trouble
took me forever to convince my parents to let me get it even though it was my money. thank god my dad didnt go with me to look at the car.
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Got pics?
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Nicee ride man my first car at 15 was a 89 stang convertible gt pretty much stock but it was in amazing shape then i bought a 88 Gt hatchback the one i drive now and love it even more (: im 18 btw
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Be carefull with that monster it will get away from u fast!! And im not an old fart either lol im also 23 and had my 94 vert for 5 years now and it being stock has still goten away from me before and yes that is a nice set up be safe! And post sone pics
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Respect the power my first stand was a 04 Mach 5 speed my first Stang and had beat tires when I got it and would spin through first and second just dont show off till u got some experience under ur belt
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Old 02-21-2012, 05:51 PM   #10
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Got pics?
i dont have any on my phone right now besides my profile picture thing, ill get some tomorrow when i go to my dads. i dont drive the car at the moment bc it needs a motor mount torque box rear shocks and new studs on the rear passenger wheel. i have everything except the studs im just waiting for the weather to warm up a little
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theyre kind of old but i havent done much to the body since then
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I bet it was fun to TRY and drive in the snow
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I bet it was fun to TRY and drive in the snow
was a pain in the a**. lol that was the day i bought it, we got 6 inches of snow
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Sweet engine..I first owned a 85 hatchback 6cyl it was junk now I dropped a 351w in my 85 GT hatch..before that a 302..that was when I was 16..I'm 23 now..stick to the back roads and stay safe
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