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Old 06-02-2012, 02:37 PM   #36
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Sn95's are technically fox bodies.. They are fox-4 for fourth gen fox
What's up DS. What about mine. Guess you forgot my SN95...shame on you. Take a look.

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Really wanting my car to look like this. Any suggestions?
I know what you mean.

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Old 06-02-2012, 04:31 PM   #38
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Foxbodies were 1979-1993... and its the 3rd Gen mustang in reference to body style. Its got nothing to do with the motor. The fox bodies came with 4,6,and 8 cylinder engines.
I didn't know that either, but that explains why its so easy to do a SN95 5-lug swap on a fox.
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Old 06-02-2012, 05:05 PM   #39
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yeah i saw yours on a different post i really like your car. and im not real big on verts and yours looks really good.
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Bert's ftw!
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Verts damn auto correct how I hate thee
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What's up DS. What about mine. Guess you forgot my SN95...shame on you. Take a look.
Looks great bro! How you been?
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Bert's ftw!
I like.

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Looks great bro! How you been?
Doin great.
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I actually just Googled it. Interesting read!
I did too. Here's what I found used wiki since it ain't college:

SN-95

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The Fox-platform Ford Mustang was redesigned in 1994 under the body family program code name Fox-4. This version was wider and approximately 60% of the parts were redesigned. The SN-95 platform finally ended production with the last 2004 Mustang. This platform was replaced for the 2005 Mustang (code named S-197), with the new Ford D2C platform.

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yeah i saw yours on a different post i really like your car. and im not real big on verts and yours looks really good.
Thanks. I'll post some engine shots later.
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Old 06-03-2012, 02:12 PM   #45
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I did too. Here's what I found used wiki since it ain't college:

SN-95

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The Fox-platform Ford Mustang was redesigned in 1994 under the body family program code name Fox-4. This version was wider and approximately 60% of the parts were redesigned. The SN-95 platform finally ended production with the last 2004 Mustang. This platform was replaced for the 2005 Mustang (code named S-197), with the new Ford D2C platform.

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Thanks. I'll post some engine shots later.


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Old 06-03-2012, 03:39 PM   #46
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What all performance mods you have?
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No mods right now I just got it a few weeks ago lol
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I did too. Here's what I found used wiki since it ain't college:

SN-95

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The Fox-platform Ford Mustang was redesigned in 1994 under the body family program code name Fox-4. This version was wider and approximately 60% of the parts were redesigned. The SN-95 platform finally ended production with the last 2004 Mustang. This platform was replaced for the 2005 Mustang (code named S-197), with the new Ford D2C platform.

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Thanks. I'll post some engine shots later.
what engine mods you have done to yours?? and whats your 1/4 times??
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