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Old 10-16-2013, 08:13 PM   #1
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Hey guys im new.! Got my first mustang

Hey guys I'm new and wanted to say hello and god bless. I just got my first mustang. It is a 95 Gt 5.0 automatic. What do you guys think of it. Defiantly going to mod it
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Nice color! The exterior looks well maintained too.
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Nice color! The exterior looks well maintained too.


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Sorry didn't mean to press send but thanks man. I will post more when I start modding it.
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Hi, welcome and congrats !!! That's a nice looking ride you have there.
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For being 18yo, she looks in great shape. Great score bro. Interior as good too, and what kind of miles?
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Nice looking ride. Not so much a fan of the tail lights, but the exterior looks amazing
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Nice looking ride. Not so much a fan of the tail lights, but the exterior looks amazing
that's the ones he had on there but I am going to change it sometime. I not a huge fan of it either.. Ha
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For being 18yo, she looks in great shape. Great score bro. Interior as good too, and what kind of miles?
the interior looks like this and 172,000. I'm getting it for cheap.
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Definitely taken care of and technically still low mileage for a car of that age. How's the undercarriage look?

Score on the wheels that came with it, they'll look awesome if you lower the car a bit and lose the wheel gap
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Definitely taken care of and technically still low mileage for a car of that age. How's the undercarriage look? Score on the wheels that came with it, they'll look awesome if you lower the car a bit and lose the wheel gap
yea I wanted to lower it by 1.5". Could a just buy lowering springs and install them or would I need professional installation?
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yea I wanted to lower it by 1.5". Could a just buy lowering springs and install them or would I need professional installation?
If you got some good tools, a jack , some jack stands and a friend, you should be able to do them no problem. Search online and look at the DIY write ups. You should be able to gauge whether or not you want to do it.

Either way, it looks great. Early sn95's look awesome with bullitts
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yea I wanted to lower it by 1.5". Could a just buy lowering springs and install them or would I need professional installation?
Well, if you're feeling up to it and use a quality compressor you could do it yourself just be extra careful, springs can be very dangerous if you're not. But whether you choose to do it yourself or not, it'd be a good idea to replace the shocks with something a bit firmer and can handle the lower mass, especially if the current ones are worn.
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Well, if you're feeling up to it and use a quality compressor you could do it yourself just be extra careful, springs can be very dangerous if you're not. But whether you choose to do it yourself or not, it'd be a good idea to replace the shocks with something a bit firmer and can handle the lower mass, especially if the current ones are worn.
yes I am getting some new ones from americanmuscle and what tools are needed? Do you know?
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yes I am getting some new ones from americanmuscle and what tools are needed? Do you know?
I believe it's a 10mm socket, but you may be able to unscrew them and screw them back in with your fingers. There are 5 nuts, one is kind of tricky though... Shouldn't take more than a few minutes per tail though.
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sell it and buy a v6
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sell it and buy a v6
Hey bud. Think positive.

OP i love the car man it looks great! Same with the lights.. Not a huge fan but they'll look good if you black them out!
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why would I do that?

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I believe it's a 10mm socket, but you may be able to unscrew them and screw them back in with your fingers. There are 5 nuts, one is kind of tricky though... Shouldn't take more than a few minutes per tail though.
thanks that helps a bunch. Much appreciated man.
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I'm buying it for $1850 because my cousin is selling it to me and he doesn't need it so he is like practically giving it to me. Ha
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good looking stang!! sn95 for life! woopwoop!!
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Hey are those black chrome head lights? I have the same car with stock an wanted to see a car with them on before I buy them
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hey man yeah. Should i lower it first or get a 70mm performance throttle body. it has cold air intake so i wanted to see what the throttle body would do with the cold air intake.
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Lower it gears and tune !!!!!
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Lower it gears and tune !!!!!
Definitely gears ^^^

And a chip or tune (Not sure what year you could start tuning the computer)
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Definitely gears ^^^ And a chip or tune (Not sure what year you could start tuning the computer)
what kind of gear ratio do y'all suggest? 4.10??
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what kind of gear ratio do y'all suggest? 4.10??
yeah make sure whats in it first but 4.10. go big or go home
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yeah make sure whats in it first but 4.10. go big or go home
alright thanks is it hard to install? And what would 3.73 and 3.55 gear ratios by like?
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I think 355 is stock but im not positive. 373 would be an upgrade if theyre 355 they would be better at cruising speeds than 410s
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I think 355 is stock but im not positive. 373 would be an upgrade if theyre 355 they would be better at cruising speeds than 410s
alright I will prob get 4.10 still. Do you recommend professional installation?
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I think 355 is stock but im not positive. 373 would be an upgrade if theyre 355 they would be better at cruising speeds than 410s
Disnt some come with 331?
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Disnt some come with 331?
thats possible but idk on older models :\
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If you're going to spend the money on gears then yes, might as well go for the 4.10s anyway. They all cost the same from what I've seen. If you buy the gears and the rebuild kit and have someone install them you may be looking at 500-600 bucks so it isn't something you'll want to do over again.
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