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Old 07-06-2006, 05:05 PM   #1
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What up ya'll. Found this site from MM&FF. So far it looks like a great place to hang out. I have an 88 Mustang GT I'm building and a Mazda speed miata. Don't ban me for the miata, it's my daily driver. Mustang is a 351 with a HP stage 3 turbo kit. Hope to be a positive contibutor to the site.
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hell yeah! the article got ya here!

Welcome to the site, and stick around! We're a pretty good bunch to be around.

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It was because they mentioned me in it wasn't it?

Welcome...and we will let the DD slide since the non DD sounds pretty good to us.
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Here's a plan: put the 351 in the Miata...

Oh yeah, and welcome!
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Here's a plan: put the 351 in the Miata...

Oh yeah, and welcome!
A 302 fits but not the 351. I have the mazda speed which is a turbo. 178HP, dynoed at 153 at the wheels. Not bad for a 2500 lb car. As much as I hate to admit it, the things a blast to drive. Simple mods will get it to 250 plus. Right now I'm focused on getting the tubo stang back on the streets.
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A 302 fits but not the 351.
With the kits that are out there: yes.

But remember, if there's a will... there's a way...

But yeah, I'd be a lot more worried about getting it running in the stang too.
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Old 07-06-2006, 06:28 PM   #7
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With the kits that are out there: yes.

But remember, if there's a will... there's a way...

But yeah, I'd be a lot more worried about getting it running in the stang too.
We got her running pretty good. Made 608 rwhp on 10psi on then base tune. Still has some tweeking to do and tying up lose ends.
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Welcome to the site man!
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welcome!! lets see the fox!
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Old 10-01-2006, 10:23 PM   #13
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Just thought I'd post an update. I've had the car on the road for about two weeks now. I think it's going to make a great daily driver. Power is a bit much for my kumhos. It will spin the tires in pretty much any gear. It will even break em loose at over 85mph. I've since painted the hood since I took the picture and cleaned it up a bit. Next phase interior and body.
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Old 10-01-2006, 11:39 PM   #15
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Just thought I'd post an update. I've had the car on the road for about two weeks now. I think it's going to make a great daily driver. Power is a bit much for my kumhos. It will spin the tires in pretty much any gear. It will even break em loose at over 85mph. I've since painted the hood since I took the picture and cleaned it up a bit. Next phase interior and body.
:pop2: Thats a nice Fox you got.
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Just thought I'd post an update. I've had the car on the road for about two weeks now. I think it's going to make a great daily driver. Power is a bit much for my kumhos. It will spin the tires in pretty much any gear. It will even break em loose at over 85mph. I've since painted the hood since I took the picture and cleaned it up a bit. Next phase interior and body.
damn that thing is pretty bad *** if i dont say so myself

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wow. very nice. me likey. welcome
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Old 10-02-2006, 06:26 PM   #19
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New from North Carolina

Have a quick ? about using synthetic oil, do you need to flush your engine before you start using synthetic oil. I have been using regular oil in my car, it has 83000 miles. thanks
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new here and I cant figure out how to post a question. help
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Old 10-02-2006, 06:40 PM   #21
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new here and I cant figure out how to post a question. help
You just did. This is probably not the right forum to ask that question
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Old 10-02-2006, 06:56 PM   #22
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I know how to put a message in this little box, but dont know how to start a new thread.
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I dont know how to start a new thread, I only know how to post replys
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I dont know how to start a new thread, I only know how to post replys
Go to whichever forum is the proper forum for the question you are asking, and look towards the upper left portion of the page. You should see a little button that says "New Thread". Click that and you should be on your way.
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Using Amsoil its recomended to flush your engine before switching to Amsoil.I myself was using a synthetic Valvoline Synpower to be exact and I didnt do the flush I'm also using Amsoils oil filter that is rates with there XL Series Oil to get 25K or 12 Months after working in the quick lube market Amsoil is the best I have ever found and recomend it for all engines,transmission and diffs.I'm at 7.5K on this oil change and it looks as good at the day I put it in!!!
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thanks for the information
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If your looking at Amsoil go to AMSOIL Corporate - Source of the World's Best Synthetic Lubricants - Motor Oil and Filters and if you wish to get some contact me via email or pm
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