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Old 09-13-2012, 05:33 PM   #1
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Wondering what the stock 2v stangs are running in the ¹/⁴ mile
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Wondering what the stock 2v stangs are running in the ¹/⁴ mile
Depending on what year exactly!.. I know stock my '04 GT was rated at a 14.2 when new!.. I know my '04 GT Auto with 120,000+ miles and some basic bolt ons will do it in 14.2 -14.3!...
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Mine is a 99 with a exhaust automatic

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I plan on running the car tomorrow to see i know it has a cold air intake and throttle body on it but i didnt think that stuff would make that much of a difference
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Old 09-13-2012, 06:02 PM   #4
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Mine is a 99 with a exhaust automatic

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I plan on running the car tomorrow to see i know it has a cold air intake and throttle body on it but i didnt think that stuff would make that much of a difference
Well let us know what it does!!!....
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Elevation is mostly what will decide what you run. My car stock did a 15.0 at 5800ft
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I am FL 98 gt just intake and tune running 13.9 all night long everyone asks how I do it I just tell the driver!

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Old 09-13-2012, 08:18 PM   #7
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Im in pa and the car feels like it runs real good... i had a 92 convertible that ran 14.1 and the 99 seems to run just as good
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I still have yet to run my 96 on the track. Wondering what id run being pi swapped and couple other small mods. Might get lucky to run 14 flat lol ill find out soon at moroso
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Old 09-14-2012, 08:55 AM   #9
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What are these pi heads im hearing about...
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They are the 99 to 04 2v heads. Those are better compared to 96 to 98 heads. Basically ford did what they do best. Get something modify it for a later year. But it also required a diff intake mani which compliments the heads as well as fits them

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Though im sure someone else could elaborate in a much better way than i just did lol
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What app is that?
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So my car being a 99 already has the pi heads well i need a upgrade lol
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Trick flow would be a nice upgrade under certain conditions like no2 or fi (forced induction) the stock mani is good being plastic due to heat exchange aluminum is better but that void we got that lies under the mani gets too hot so we lose density of air

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That's imo atleast
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Old 09-14-2012, 07:05 PM   #16
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She ran a 14.3 twice then i layed into it harder at the start and spun even more and ran a 15.3

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I would love to turbo my car eventually... i was looking at the on3performance kit... i dont know that much about the 2v stangs but i will learn fast
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Are you still on stock tires?
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Old 09-14-2012, 07:30 PM   #18
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Yea stock tires still... its a automatic trans but shifts real hard when your on it...
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Re: 2v stangs

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Yea stock tires still... its a automatic trans but shifts real hard when your on it...
stall, 4;10s, slicks, and tuner.
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Yea eventually ill be doing plenty of mods.. i have a set of 4.10 from my other stang.. i dont want to loose the drivability on the highway
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She ran a 14.3 twice then i layed into it harder at the start and spun even more and ran a 15.3

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I would love to turbo my car eventually... i was looking at the on3performance kit... i dont know that much about the 2v stangs but i will learn fast
I'm going with on3 too!! Goodluck man!
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Did you get the turbo kit yet how much research did you do on it so far
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Did you get the turbo kit yet how much research did you do on it so far
I didn't boost it yett because I'm going fi with my other motor but i did a bit a research, haha did you!?
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Old 09-14-2012, 09:29 PM   #24
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I had a 92 convertible i was building i have a 306 built and honestly i seen this 99 sitting at a dealership and fell in love with it so i bought it... so im giving up on the 92 and putting money into the 99... so i havent done much research on the 2v motor but did alot on the 5.0... its a shame cause my motor is built have new aluminum heads gt40 upper and lower bbk throttle body and disnt finish it... before i rebuilt the motor and got the heads i sprayed the 92 i ran a 12.9...
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Yea eventually ill be doing plenty of mods.. i have a set of 4.10 from my other stang.. i dont want to loose the drivability on the highway
I know what you mean. The 4.10s are a bit much at 75+. My friends sware the engines guna blow. 3k rpm cruising makes for great passing power though
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Yea i remember what my 92 was like with the 4.10.. i drive the car like 60 miles a day on the highway so 4.10 might be a little much....

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Ford needs to build two speed rears then we can have our cake and eat it too
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Yea i remember what my 92 was like with the 4.10.. i drive the car like 60 miles a day on the highway so 4.10 might be a little much....

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Ford needs to build two speed rears then we can have our cake and eat it too
Lol I just wished we had 5 drive gears and an overdrive
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