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Old 02-21-2013, 08:35 PM   #71
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But all I wanted to do was put a 350 small block. Damn. You guys are ignorant ****s.
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But all I wanted to do was put a 350 small block. Damn. You guys are ignorant ****s.
Ignorant, no. Stubborn, yes. Green stang and everyone may have differing opinions, but there's good points on both sides. I do apologize for the thread jack though.
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Old 02-21-2013, 10:03 PM   #73
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Look at half of the mustangs u see in drag racing 90 percent have a ls motor or a 350 or 383 or something bigger ! There is a reason why lol
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Look at half of the mustangs u see in drag racing 90 percent have a ls motor or a 350 or 383 or something bigger ! There is a reason why lol
in modded classes maybe, but look at the stockers and superstock, the "real" racers, when Ford came out with the new CJ, they had to group it with the big block hemi's because of the insane power. a little 5.4 against 426 hemi's, hmmmm. My friend runs in GT/CA superstock, and he admits that the Mustangs are beasts and hard to beat.
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Old 02-21-2013, 10:58 PM   #75
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I'm amazed at what I've witnessed. Why would someone hate a brand so passionately? Chevys are excellent cars, but ford are too! They both have problems, I personally like them all, I think the camaro and mustang both are about equal, they have both have good and bad. My favorite right now is the challengers and the chargers. Now before someone says "well if you like those best why don't you just get one." I have a 25 year old mustang, not a new one. I can't have a new car of any brand right now.
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Old 02-21-2013, 11:10 PM   #76
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I just want to say this the new challengers look sick but new dodge stuff is junk . As for ur buddy running with a hemi isn't that big of a deal to me if my car couldn't beat a sour foul dodge I would burn it . Was never impressed with the hemi . Mustang looks are beast but the motors aren't unless ur bill gates

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And referring to them as real racers shows ur intelligence hurry quick put some make up on . Just because some one mods a car doesn't make them not a real racer it just means they at least know how to make modifications and do stuff to their own car and are damn good at it fine sir I bid u a good day
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