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Old 11-21-2013, 07:13 PM   #1
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Holy Moly

Well I returned the clutch cable I bought
And got one at ford

Oh my Goooooooosh it's so so so so so so so SOOOoOoOOooooooooooOooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo... Ooooo

Smooth so soft so easy so so damn soft it's so damn great, so easy to slam gears with it's amazing

Never buy anything but Ford, OE is the way to go
Installment is easy

I'll make a " How To " tomorrow
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Good to hear
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Old 11-21-2013, 07:25 PM   #3
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I'm with you. In most cases the factory does an excellent job engineering parts that work properly.
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Lol I told him to get an OEM cable originally and he got a crap one anyway lol. Oh well it illustrated to him what exactly I was talking about.

Here is a link to a Max Motorsports page on the OEM vs Napa or whatever brand cable. The difference is pretty drastic.
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Old 11-21-2013, 10:19 PM   #5
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I had a performance clutch put in and the stock cable and the quadrant had to come out because it was too much for them. The stock quadrant's hook is too small so the STEEDA CLUTCH CABLE KIT was necessary
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Old 11-21-2013, 10:59 PM   #6
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slow4v, your car is pretty sick

andy...it does/did look awesome aswell. i went to your pics and all i seen was a crash album
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slow4v, your car is pretty sick andy...it does/did look awesome aswell. i went to your pics and all i seen was a crash album
Thanks yours too man !
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slow4v, your car is pretty sick

andy...it does/did look awesome aswell. i went to your pics and all i seen was a crash album
yeah I still have it. i got it fixed though. ill upload some more pictures. i took a new pic today in the morning. it was a quickie. i was just looking under the hood and decided to post it.

i just got the front repainted after a few months of people not knowing how to park and leaving scratches every where.

http://www.mustangevolution.com/foru...1/#post1869372
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very nice. i like the side scoop. ive never seen one like that before.

hm...i need to put some pics of mine up
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very nice. i like the side scoop. ive never seen one like that before.

hm...i need to put some pics of mine up
ha ! thats what i thought today!
did you check out the new pics? go to my garage/ photo albums.

sorry to tell you but they are only good for collecting leaves and grime. sigh. they are pseudo scoops
ive always thought the hood i bad *** though. it even has a little orange bar that lights up and a strobe white flash.
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yeah the hoods pretty awesome. did you have yours seats custom made?
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yeah the hoods pretty awesome. did you have yours seats custom made?
Yup. However It wasn't me that got them made the previous owner did. He was a mechanic and pretty much built two dream cars. One went to his son and the other he sold to me. The interior of most sn95s are incredibly outdated. I like that about my car the very unique leather interior.
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Well I returned the clutch cable I bought And got one at ford Oh my Goooooooosh it's so so so so so so so SOOOoOoOOooooooooooOooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo... Ooooo Smooth so soft so easy so so damn soft it's so damn great, so easy to slam gears with it's amazing Never buy anything but Ford, OE is the way to go Installment is easy I'll make a " How To " tomorrow
Looking forward to the how-to!
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My interior is almost new looking but mine is an exception. I agree most are old and farted in for the last 15-20 years.
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