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Old 10-24-2014, 09:52 PM   #106
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That looks really good!
No more gap!

I am a little concerned about the mud flaps though... They look like they're in harm's way now!

Feels good huh?
It will be interesting to see how it does on the track.
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Yea side skirts are being swapped out hopefully during winter break.

It feels great. Can't wait to get the R888s on and then hit the track.


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Cool!
Your car is coming along rather nicely!
If you want to tighten it up a bit more, and haven't already done so, replace the front sway bar bushings. They're inexpensive and they make a noticeable difference as well.
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Took her for a drive. Really enjoying the new height
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Ok here is a video of my set up for all of you guys.
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Better side shot of the new stance..... I scrape a lot
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Nice!

I hope that the mud flaps aren't scraping...
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I hope that the mud flaps aren't scraping...


I think I scraped them once yesterday. But today it sounded more like exhaust


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What's your mod list ? Engine wise

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I'm going to start calling her Porsche Eater. Last autocross I was a few seconds behind some Porsches. I'm expecting to be right up next to a few of them next season.


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Engine wise it's just a BAMA tune lol, and then the basic stuff that came on a Bullitt.


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This is everything that is on the car, copied and pasted from my list.

8" Antenna
SCT SF3/X3 Tuner
Mach 1 Grille Delete & Chin
Mach 1 Grille Delete Frame
Dark Smoked Headlights
Mac O/R H pipe
Flowmaster Super 44 (x2)
18x9/10 Black Bullitt Wheels w/ Tires (w/ lug nuts)
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Pioneer AVH-X4500BT
4.10 Gear & Install kit/bearing kit (w/ Trac lok rebuild kit)
Rear & Quarter window tint
Corbeau Harness Bar
Corbeau 3in 5pt Harness (x2)
MM Subframe Connectors
MM Panhard Bar
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MM Rear Lower Control Arms
2003 Cobra Side Skirts
2003 Cobra Mirrors
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Old 11-02-2014, 11:10 PM   #120
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Alright so did something stupid today and got a few tickets. Going to have to deal with all that shiz and the fines. So its setting me back from where i want to be at with mods. So I am probably going to consider attempting my own paint work with the side skirts and mirrors. I know it won't be super professional, but with all the other imperfections on the car i could probably get pretty close. Anyone hear of this place? They sell Aerosol cans of DHG, doesn't say how many oz though. It is the right PY paint code though.

EcoSpray+ Aerosol Paint for 2001 Ford Mustang - Dark Highland Green (PY/M6921) - TouchUpDirect
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Old 11-03-2014, 01:32 PM   #121
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I have not ever heard of them nor used their product.
Many years ago, I used a similar matched paint in spray cans to refinish a set of rally rims on my Oldsmobile. It worked very well and the paint was very good quality.
I would definitely find out how large the can is before ordering because $24 is kinda pricey for even a large can of spray paint. It would also be beneficial to find out the drying characteristics because it is a water-borne paint and it dries differently than solvent based paint.
The other option is to buy a touch-up spray gun and an air filter/water separator from Harbor Freight. That air compressor that you have should work alright for doing the small mirrors and skirts that you have to do. You can get the correct paint from an auto body supply store.

Those cans are super convenient and if they come in a large enough size, where you don't have to buy multiple cans of the base and the clear, that would probably be the best alternative. They're a lot easier to clean-up afterwards!
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What did you do? Lol
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I was "that guy" when leaving a car show..... Should say enough lol


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I have not ever heard of them nor used their product.

Many years ago, I used a similar matched paint in spray cans to refinish a set of rally rims on my Oldsmobile. It worked very well and the paint was very good quality.

I would definitely find out how large the can is before ordering because $24 is kinda pricey for even a large can of spray paint. It would also be beneficial to find out the drying characteristics because it is a water-borne paint and it dries differently than solvent based paint.

The other option is to buy a touch-up spray gun and an air filter/water separator from Harbor Freight. That air compressor that you have should work alright for doing the small mirrors and skirts that you have to do. You can get the correct paint from an auto body supply store.



Those cans are super convenient and if they come in a large enough size, where you don't have to buy multiple cans of the base and the clear, that would probably be the best alternative. They're a lot easier to clean-up afterwards!

I'll check out HB and see what they've got. If i were to spray it out of a gun how much paint do you think i would need? And clearcoat? (And primer?)


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Kind of a rough guess, but I think that a pint of each should do it.
And what I've been doing on the bumpers for the other Bullitt is trying to just sand off the clear coat and the base coat but leaving the original primer intact. I understand that the factory primer is better than most of the aftermarket primers, on the urethane parts anyway.
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Usually when painting you mix it with a reducer 1 to 1 so you actually end up with double the paint. And for a gun the hf one works fine the little purple one with the plastic cup it like also I don't know if it was mentioned that you need a Regulator too. Iv never painted on plastic but look up neds auto body there are a few around the bay area they can tell you everything. The only thing now is that its getting cold so everything will take extra long to dry


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Usually when painting you mix it with a reducer 1 to 1 so you actually end up with double the paint. And for a gun the hf one works fine the little purple one with the plastic cup it like also I don't know if it was mentioned that you need a Regulator too. Iv never painted on plastic but look up neds auto body there are a few around the bay area they can tell you everything. The only thing now is that its getting cold so everything will take extra long to dry


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I would be doing it over winter break (December) so i would let it sit for a while.


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Alright i put her on the dyno yesterday. It was $40 for 2 runs so i thought what the heck.

She put down:
258HP @ 5300rpm
271TQ @ 4500rpm

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O/R H pipe
Bama 91 Race tune
Aluminum driveshaft

The horsepower was what i expected, i knew the 2vs with stock cams drop off before redline, but i thought i would get just a bit more rpms before she started to drop off. At least its not a huge drop, 5hp within the next 600rpm.

I'm kind of iffy on the torque. For supposedly having 40 more torque than horsepower i only put down 13 more at the wheels. If you do the reverse drivetrain loss at a rule of thumb of 15% the engine makes about 300/320 over the supposed stock 270/310-315.

Either way, i like how smooth the graph was, especially with a bama tune that is a year and a half old with no datalogs lmao. The power curve definitely is better with the Bullitt intake from what i see though. Torque starts off at 2500rpm and is there pretty much the entire time.

Oh, i also popped COP #5 right at the end of the dyno. But i've got one on the way from a friend, and there are a ton of Crown Vics at the JY at home.

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Alright so quick update. Not much has changed. But I have new tail lights. The Raxiom Icons.

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Also got my own helmet finally. And set up my GoPro on the front for some POV during track days.

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Oh and I got my plates, I'm sure you guys have seen the pictures of them. Just never officially updated this.


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Haha.
A helmet was my best guess as to what you were eluding to when you mentioned "parts".
It will be so much nicer than the loaner helmets!
Well this is Awesome! You should be able to get some good footage of the track day at Thunderhill. I wish that I could attend but something kept telling me that I should not register for it, and my "little voice" was correct. Due to recent events, sadly, I absolutely would not have been able to attend.

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A helmet was my best guess as to what you were eluding to when you mentioned "parts".

It will be so much nicer than the loaner helmets!

Well this is Awesome! You should be able to get some good footage of the track day at Thunderhill. I wish that I could attend but something kept telling me that I should not register for it, and my "little voice" was correct. Due to recent events, sadly, I absolutely would not have been able to attend.



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My friend with his '69 firebird should also be going. He beat me at an AutoX before the coilovers (he is on Dunlops). But now I have better suspension. My car is also faster. AutoX on the 29th also


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Yes. Unless he has some MAJOR suspension work, like Mike Maier or Mary Pozzi, the classic muscle cars shouldn't be much of a problem for your car.
Just go out there and be smooth. And drive your own race. Track days are for learning and tuning... You're not technically "racing" anybody, but at the same time, you still want to go out there and kick some ***! Haha.
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Yes. Unless he has some MAJOR suspension work, like Mike Maier or Mary Pozzi, the classic muscle cars shouldn't be much of a problem for your car..

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Haha.
There she is!

That car looks like it's had a bit of work done to it!
You'll probably have to be smooth AND fast!

I think that the red Mustang, in the background, was at Oakland when we went.
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There she is!



That car looks like it's had a bit of work done to it!

You'll probably have to be smooth AND fast!



I think that the red Mustang, in the background, was at Oakland when we went.

It won't be his first track day. But it will be mine. So we will see. After this one I might try one at Sonoma.


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I was reading about your next mods. You mentioned side skirts. I think the Bullitts already have the same side skirts as the 03-04 Cobra's right?


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They are a bit different. Bullitt skirts kind of slope inward and have a "sharper" edge. The cobras go pretty much straight down and have a more rounded edge. Also there are the flaps I hate.


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They are a bit different. Bullitt skirts kind of slope inward and have a "sharper" edge. The cobras go pretty much straight down and have a more rounded edge. Also there are the flaps I hate.


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Ah, I didn't know the flaps were part of the skirts. I see there is a company that came out with a splitter that attaches to the Cobra side skirts that looks really good on new edges that are pretty low like yours.


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