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Old 02-06-2014, 06:42 PM   #1
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How does your Mustang handle on snow and ice?

For those Daily Driver Mustangs anyway.

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Like crap but tooting my own horn, i consider myself to be a decent driver and know how to handle my car in the winter even with ultra high performance all season hockey pucks.
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Mine is fine. I have winter rubber for it and it's ok. The back end kicks out easily but I've gotten pretty good at being sideways.
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Sucks especially wit summer tires but I make do with it. Wish they offered traction control on mine probably would be a bit easier
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My 96GT came with some off brand 245/45r17's. I found a great deal on 245/45r17 TOYO Proxes. It handles perfect now. Doesn't cock sideways from just putting it in gear. Lol.. Kumho Platinums I hear are freaking amazing. Also Dunlop Pole Positions and Michelin's too. Obviously its all about the composition of the materials used in manufacturing tires. Some brands like FUSHION.. OMG.. what a disgrace for rubber. Lol.. I can't believe they can even put those on the market. Except for people with stock cars that like to do burnouts every where they go

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Some useful information. Usually dealers put new tires on returned leased high end sports cars. They send them off to bigger tire distributers. Local Used Tire Shops buy these tires for a minimum of 100 @ $10 a tire. They only distribute tires with no defects,plugs or patches with at least 65% tread remaining or more. I got mine for $80/each with 85% tread remaining. For Mustang owners who can't afford $700+ for the proper performance tires they need, may consider looking into this.

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My 2005 does really well on snow actually. And I usually end up turning off my TCS. I find it more trouble than helpful. I'll go ahead and say it, I'm actually a really good winter driver, and I'll credit it to learning how to drive in snow and ice while I was at college in Kansas and I was using my 1966 Mustang.

On another note, I know I will have some neigh sayers, but I don't care... I think installing my spoiler a few days ago has helped. My cars back end would get squirrelly in the snow around 45mph and you could really feel it. The other day, the highways were coated with 4 inches, and I was doing 60 and it didn't feel like it was going to come loose. It felt planted.
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I live in montreal and we have some pretty bad winters....that being said these mustangs, with the advance trac on, and a good set of winter tires, handle very well! The key is winter tires....they make all the difference. Don't do all season spend the $$, your baby is worth it!!!!
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My '14 does really well. I use engine braking with the select shift going down hills rather than the brakes, never looses traction. I have the stock 17" rims with michelins. I'll probably run them as my winter rim/tire next year as well.

I agree about turning off the TCS. If you know how to drive in snow it seems to make you over/under correct depending when it kicks on. Rather than knowing the car is sliding out and adjusting, it will kick on suddenly, making you over correct. I think with stud-less snow tires this car would be a champ during the winter.
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Great advice I throw my car in nuetral coming to stops.


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Plus my front end "clunks" when backing out of parking spaces. I had the entire front suspension checked out. It was fine. I realized that one front tire seems to skip traction on top of tiny scattered ice spots. Invisible tiny ice spots at that. Its scary to drive at the though of a bad balljoint about to come apart on the highway going 65-70 mph :O

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Mine does just fine now that I have snow tires. I just have to watch out for more than a couple inches of accumulation and the various snow blocks that drop off other cars and trucks. With all seasons I had an absolutely horrible time trying to get anywhere

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Some of you actually drive your cars in winter? BAD, BAD Mustang Owners!
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A lot better than I expected honestly. Never had the roads be to bad to drive on. TC helps a lot honestly. Ive raced go-karts and super stocks pushing 500/600 hp so I wasn't really worried about dumping it if it ever jumps out on me.
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You're so right :-[
I can't wait to get another faster/nicer one for the garage That's why Im finished modding my 96GT. 2013 GT Premiums are calling my name. Like "Mosified, Mosified... please buy me so I can be tastefully modified"

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I"m sure as heck not getting another Ranger for Wintertime... "BAWL-WINGGGG!!" LMFAO !!

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My '14 is pretty good with the stock Pirellis. We've had packed snow/ice for the past week almost. I've been starting in 2nd and the back end takes a bit to hook even with traction control, but then it's fine. If I roll into it too quick the back tries to step out, but in all it's manageable. Of course it probably helps that I've driven nothing but RWD cars since I was 16, except for the 8 months I had a Jetta. But we don't talk about that.
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*OOOPS*
I found a 98 Jetta with 90,000 for $900. I had to pass. Popped out of reverse. Mysteriously losing coolant. And the body was hammered. Uhmm... You do know its impossible to add fluids in them o_O *yikes*

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My Mom had a 1984 LX in 1984. I was 14. I can't believe she said "YES" evety time I asked to borrow the car while she was sleeping o_O she doesn't remember that at all.. That thing hit EVERY curb goin sideways on the icy roads.. The big Mystery to my Dad was "How the f*** do these rims keep getting bent"? . And why's the tranny shot? (he still don't know).

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I found a 98 Jetta with 90,000 for $900. I had to pass. Popped out of reverse. Mysteriously losing coolant. And the body was hammered. Uhmm... You do know its impossible to add fluids in them o_O *yikes*

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I bought a 2012 last March because my '86 MR2 had started to fall apart after 450k (clutch, suspension, burning oil). It was a necessary impulse. After 7 months and having 47k on the clock it threw a low coolant light, mysteriously of course. A month before I traded it in, I topped it off with standard Prestone "universal" coolant instead of G12+. That was a big no-no, but it ran fine when I traded it in.

It was great in snow though...
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I bought a 2012 last March because my '86 MR2 had started to fall apart after 450k (clutch, suspension, burning oil). It was a necessary impulse. After 7 months and having 47k on the clock it threw a low coolant light, mysteriously of course. A month before I traded it in, I topped it off with standard Prestone "universal" coolant instead of G12+. That was a big no-no, but it ran fine when I traded it in.

It was great in snow though...
D'OP :-[

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Haha I hated that car and knew it was going to get traded in very soon. I looked for an EVO X here in town for a month and couldn't find any, so I got a Mustang.
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"Good TwentySomeThing year old"
Your blogs awesome BTW. I bookmarked it so Im gonna read as much of it as I can.

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Your blogs awesome BTW. I bookmarked it so Im gonna read as much of it as I can.

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Haha I really appreciate the kind words. Feel free to comment and share. It's just for fun and to relieve stress. There's virtually no money in it at all.
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Haha I really appreciate the kind words. Feel free to comment and share. It's just for fun and to relieve stress. There's virtually no money in it at all.
It really suprises me how well my 13 does with the stock Pirellis. I mean, its not good but better than I thought it would be. The problem I have is my driveway pull right onto a big hill and a lot of cars cant make it up the hill in the winter. It is a one lane backroad but wide enough for 2 lane and they don't plow it until last. I do have the Subaru though and its a tank. KS where is your blog, I would like to check it out.?
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It really suprises me how well my 13 does with the stock Pirellis. I mean, its not good but better than I thought it would be. The problem I have is my driveway pull right onto a big hill and a lot of cars cant make it up the hill in the winter. It is a one lane backroad but wide enough for 2 lane and they don't plow it until last. I do have the Subaru though and its a tank. KS where is your blog, I would like to check it out.?
http://mrtwosblog.blogspot.com/?m=1 There ya go

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now I want to drive an mr2, if I can fit in one! 6'4, 240.
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I hear you on that. Sunday night I was driving home from a friends house. It was like 8-9 o clock, along an unlit back road passing through Raccoon Creek State Park near my house. It was pitch black and foggy, even with my high beams on I couldn't see more than 5-6 feet in front of me. Being stupid, over confident me, I was doing 50-60mph. At the last second I saw a large white chunk of snow/ice and hit it dead on. I heard it disintegrate under my car. Monday morning, I noticed that the lower bumper grille was missing, my bumper cracked, and the bottom of my radiator is bent (thankfully not leaking). I was really upset. But found a guy selling a GT/CS front bumper for $100, so I'm gonna buy that and upgrade.
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now I want to drive an mr2, if I can fit in one! 6'4, 240.
My buddy that rode with me on that trip is 6'1 and his head would bump the roof when we went over a significant bump. The 2nd gens had a bit more headroom but the first had the most space overall, even though it was the smallest of the 3.

Don't get me wrong, I LOVE my Mustang. But when you can take a $2300 car with 4 blown struts, mismatched used tires, horribly heavy eBay wheels, and an exhaust around an auto-x course and keep up with a brand new $60,000 Porsche Boxster S....there's just no replacing that.
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My buddy that rode with me on that trip is 6'1 and his head would bump the roof when we went over a significant bump. The 2nd gens had a bit more headroom but the first had the most space overall, even though it was the smallest of the 3.

Don't get me wrong, I LOVE my Mustang. But when you can take a $2300 car with 4 blown struts, mismatched used tires, horribly heavy eBay wheels, and an exhaust around an auto-x course and keep up with a brand new $60,000 Porsche Boxster S....there's just no replacing that.
The Porsche Boxter S with the Suckretary in the passenger seat :-[ you took that bee*eye*itch

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There is one of the newer turbo ones on craigslist near hear for $3500. Has the 2.0 turbo.
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I just have the stock Pirellis (which are summer tires I think). In MD, we don't get a ton of ice, but this has been a very cold winter so far. There's been more ice than usual. Still ice isn't too hard to conquer as long as TC and Advanced Trac is on. I actually was going around a bend a few weeks ago and the rear end just went out. All I had to do was counter steer and let the throttle out and the back end snapped back into place.
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There is one of the newer turbo ones on craigslist near hear for $3500. Has the 2.0 turbo.
If it's only $3500 it needs some serious work or the owner doesn't know what they have. Good examples easily go for 4500+.
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