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Old 10-20-2004, 01:28 PM   #36
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they still used the fox chasis in 94-95....almost 100% positive. and the 99+'s are on the dew98 chasis...correct me if im wrong..
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I will correct you. I know for a fact the SN95 was used in 94 up. They changed the chassis and body in 94.
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The Mustang debuted with an all new body for 1994, but was still based on the old Fox platform.
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In that case...all 79 up would be fox platform correct?
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thats what it sounds like, just seems the bodies have changed. shame the website doesnt go into more detail.
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Actually the Sn95 chassis is similar to the fox but they are different. They are able to share springs and rear swaybar but the front end is different. 94-04 are all SN95 with little to nothing changed on the chassis
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I was starting to doubt myself for a second there
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94-04 are all SN95 with little to nothing changed on the chassis
finally, someone else that knows that sn95s dont stop at 98
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Actually the Sn95 chassis is similar to the fox but they are different. They are able to share springs and rear swaybar but the front end is different. 94-04 are all SN95 with little to nothing changed on the chassis
Sadly not different enough to not consider it a Fox body.

The '94-'98 is considered the SN-95 Generation I and the '99-'04 is considered the SN-95 Generation II due to the sheet metal changes.

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Sadly not different enough to not consider it a Fox body.

The '94-'98 is considered the SN-95 Generation I and the '99-'04 is considered the SN-95 Generation II due to the sheet metal changes.


ViS Racing makes it. Really cheap fiberglass. Alot of prep work needed. Plus, alot of people don't think to highly of a Skyline front fascia on a Mustang.
Actually it is different enough. A fox body is a terrible cornering car the unibody construction is weak and requires a lot of work to make it a cornering car. The front suspension in a SN 95 is a vast improvement.
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Cheap fiberglass? how so? Maybe I will think secondly of getting one if it will fall apart in a bad rain or some ****te :/

Still think it looks shweet as hell, just wish I could find a better back bumber to match it!
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