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Old 09-22-2006, 04:46 PM   #1
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How to spot a tard

When you see something like this = Tard...

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Old 09-22-2006, 04:51 PM   #2
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Ping Ping Ping Ping Ping.

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What a dumb *** !!! Wonder how many miles were burned off
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Ladies and gentleman we have a weiner, I mean a winner. :n8:
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i got a 2002 mustange GTR it would do stomp that little yellow car to peaces.. my car only has 550 rwhp. I like the mustang sound more.. dont get me wronge i like the bowties to
read the comments! hahaha
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What a idiot, bet he felt like a badass to lol
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yet another reason not to try to impress people when you are stupid.
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poor tires...
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uhhh wow.
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id do that too, though only if i had a new set of rims/tires in my garage, and id set the limiter to 4500rpm and just roast them off, and if i had a line-lok.
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why would you need a line lok?
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so i dont kill my rear brakes trying to keep the car in one spot/moving slowly. i did one brake-stand and now i have that wierd *** moan coming from the rear under take-offs, it temporarily was fixed by turning the rotors but 1000mi later its back again.
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so i dont kill my rear brakes trying to keep the car in one spot/moving slowly. i did one brake-stand and now i have that wierd *** moan coming from the rear under take-offs, it temporarily was fixed by turning the rotors but 1000mi later its back again.
Could be worse...I fried my stock clutch doing brake stands.
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my clutch has a good many miles but still feels great... I hope it holds out for 25k more~
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Could be worse...I fried my stock clutch doing brake stands.
btw whats a good clutch for mildly modded setups(like 500hp/500tq)? does McLoed make clutches for us, since ive only heard great things about them on GT's.

mine you can kinda smell clutch after long drives, like the amount to where if you didnt know what burnt clutch smells like you wouldnt notice it, and while it holds fine in all gears, at 50k im sure its seen better days. i kinda want to do that and that cooling mod that you can only do with the tranny out at the same time.
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my clutch has a good many miles but still feels great... I hope it holds out for 25k more~
with they way you drive, grandpa, it should last 100k :drive: :box:
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btw whats a good clutch for mildly modded setups(like 500hp/500tq)? does McLoed make clutches for us, since ive only heard great things about them on GT's.

mine you can kinda smell clutch after long drives, like the amount to where if you didnt know what burnt clutch smells like you wouldnt notice it, and while it holds fine in all gears, at 50k im sure its seen better days. i kinda want to do that and that cooling mod that you can only do with the tranny out at the same time.
The SPEC Stage 3+ is a great one I am hearing. I have felt one in a 05 GT and it felt tits. I have the regular SPEC 3 with a steel flywheel and it has held just fine...it just chatters if I get lazy and don't give it the right gas when I get moving. The clutch pedal feel is about 50% lighter than stock on the 3 and probably 65% lighter on the 3+.

There is a Exeddy setup from runningwiththedevil.com that is pretty pricy (~$1600 for the twin disc setup and like $1400 for the single disc) that people are saying is just perfect. Light and holds a ton of punishment. Others are also saying the ram powergrip is the perfect clutch. It is really a crap shoot. I was going to go Centerrforce DFX, but a number of guys have been blowing them up lately...it seems like a bad batch or something went out because they were being loved everywhere, now everyone is blowing them up.

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with they way you drive, grandpa, it should last 100k :drive: :box:
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The SPEC Stage 3+ is a great one I am hearing. I have felt one in a 05 GT and it felt tits. I have the regular SPEC 3 with a steel flywheel and it has held just fine...it just chatters if I get lazy and don't give it the right gas when I get moving. The clutch pedal feel is about 50% lighter than stock on the 3 and probably 65% lighter on the 3+.
ugh what if i want a heavier pedal?

how much was the S3/S3+ clutch? did you change the flywheel to steel?(i thought most are steel and a upgrade is to go to lightweight aluminum)
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ugh what if i want a heavier pedal?

how much was the S3/S3+ clutch? did you change the flywheel to steel?(i thought most are steel and a upgrade is to go to lightweight aluminum)
I went with steel because it saved me almost $200. Made sense to me considering I was only losing about 2-4 rwhp with it. WHen ya got 500, whats 2 or 3 hp when you can save a couple hundred. lol

The S3 is about $349 for the kit Spec 99-04 Cobra/Mach-1 Clutch Kit (Stage 3) [SF873] - $349.00
and the S3+ is about $489 for the kit Spec 99-04 Cobra/Mach-1 Clutch Kit (Stage 3+) [SF873F] - $489.00

Where the kit includes pressure plate, disc, and bearings...

Then the flywheels run about $245 for steel (Spec 99-04 Cobra/Mach-1 Billet Steel Flywheel [SF84S] - $245.00) and $365 for aluminum (Spec 99-04 Cobra/Mach-1 Billet Aluminum Flywheel [SF84A] - $365.00.

If you do do this however, I highly recommend changing over to a 26 spline input shaft from the 10 so you don't snap it later. As long as you replace the clutch, might as well upgrade. (26 Spline Input Shafts : Lethal Performance)
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was it necessary to upgrade the flywheel with the S3/S3+?

i hated driving a buddies dsm because it did what yours does, chatter, only his did it no matter what, and if you didnt give enough throttle it stalled out. i told myself id never change out flywheels unless its a pure track/street monster, and not something i might have to wade around cali traffic with.
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