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Old 06-06-2012, 06:59 PM   #1
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Can someone break down the differences performance wise for the SN95 Mustang GT's? I am selling my 94 GT cuzz even though i holds the 5.0 badge, its not what a 5.0 should drive like. Im looking for 88-93 gts and 96-98 gts. I read somewhere that the 94 5.0's are the slowest they made. And the 98's are the fastest of the SN95 4.6's
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None of those cars have much power from the factory... Aftermarket is where you'll notice fun.
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96-98 sn95's suffered from crappy heads.
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Can someone break down the differences performance wise for the SN95 Mustang GT's? I am selling my 94 GT cuzz even though i holds the 5.0 badge, its not what a 5.0 should drive like. Im looking for 88-93 gts and 96-98 gts. I read somewhere that the 94 5.0's are the slowest they made. And the 98's are the fastest of the SN95 4.6's
94-95 were the heaviest I believe !
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I'd like to slap a 5.0 under the hood of my 98', not just for power but cheaper insurance lol, the bin will still come back as a V6
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I'd like to slap a 5.0 under the hood of my 98', not just for power but cheaper insurance lol, the bin will still come back as a V6
And cheaper mods!
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And cheaper mods!
Upgrading would be a but easier lol
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