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Old 10-27-2014, 11:42 AM   #1
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I'm back in a stang!

Well a few months ago I was forced to sell my beloved 2011 Mustang gt. I Tell you every time I saw a white Mustang I got irritated. I was saving for another muscle car but wasn't sure which route to take, I always loved the 98-02 ws6 trans-ams and came real close to buying one but then my friend told me he was thinking about selling his 2004 Mustang. Now if this was a stock 04 stang I would have passed but I've seen this car go through a serious build.
So about the car, 42 thousand miles on body, 2 thousand on fully built motor, it was bord .32 over all forged internals, trick flow heads, stage 2 cams. BBk throttle body, slp headers and high flow cats Borla cat backs, lowered 2 inches, stage 2 clutch, 373 rear Wildwood 6 piston calibers and drilled and slotted rotors in front. Plus more.. car was Dynod at 411.2 to the rear wheels .
I put the car straight to storage cause I have only driven manual once in my life.. yes its true with all the muscle cars I've owned all have been auto. It's not even winter yet and I can't wait till summer so It's going to be a long one! !!

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Old 10-27-2014, 11:49 AM   #3
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I love that color!! Nice pick up
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That color though.... orgasmic. Have you driven it at all or did your friend put it in storage for you? If you have, how did it compare to your 2011 auto?
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That car is just raw power will feel much different
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I haven't driven it yet I need to relearn how to drive a manual it's in his garage he storing it for me he's a really good friend I've known for a while

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I have driven in it many of times and it is a monster but I think my 2011 would have took it

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Not saying the 2011 is slower just saying there will be a much different feel
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Old 10-27-2014, 12:09 PM   #9
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Yes just being a manual it feels way different even only being in passenger seat there Is a big difference in the way it feels

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Old 10-27-2014, 06:41 PM   #10
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I'm back in a stang!

Wow nice find, although i dont have enough self control to own something like that and not have driven it not even once i would be outside learning on it with my buddy i just bought it from teaching me even if i had to put a clutch in it when i was done lol theres no way i could go that long


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Old 10-27-2014, 06:53 PM   #11
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I think the fact I work so much keeps me from losing control and learning how to drive it. That and it's in storage. I'm sure if it was in my driveway I would have driven it already

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Beautiful pick up

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Oh ya true if i didnt have it outside or in the garage then i may be able to contain myself but i think the excitement might of overwhelm me anyway, either way its badass and is that 411 hp n.a? If so whats the compression cuz if ur making 411 rwhp n.a and dont have a high compression ratio then adding boost would make ur power skyrocket lol, i know trickflow heads can turn 9k rpms providing the cams and intake allow it and ur bottom end is built to hold it and they are capable of some serious power right out of the box, i wish i could of found a badass ride like that that already had alot done lol , anyway welcome back i like the trans am ws6s to and i to almost had one be4 the 96 i have now but i have no regrets because something about sitting in a badass stang just puts a smile on my face lol


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It is high compression can't remember off top of my head. And yes it is n/a. I was wondering even though it is high compression can I still safely put a supercharger on it? Not that I would for a while, just curious. I was surprised he decided to sell he pit a lot of time and money in it. But he knew it was going to a good home. And I promised if I ever sold it would go back to him

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Oh and it has stock intake manifold he was planning on a Kenny bell in future so he didn't bother spending the money

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That's one nasty 2v! Love the color.
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That's one nasty 2v! Love the color.
Thank you sir!!

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If he was planning on a kenne bell s.c then id be willing to bet it dont have a really high comp ratio, u should ask him but even if ur slightly higher compression u could still run boost its just u dont want a high amount of boost like a stock 9:5:1 u could get away with alot of boost like 15+ lb providing u have a forged rotating assy but on a 12:1 motor id max go 10 lbs and thats with a centri style blower, a roots style is alittle different but the higher the compression the less boost u will run/need i know someone right now putting out 927rwhp on 8 lb of boost but he has a higher compression motor


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If he was planning on a kenne bell s.c then id be willing to bet it dont have a really high comp ratio, u should ask him but even if ur slightly higher compression u could still run boost its just u dont want a high amount of boost like a stock 9:5:1 u could get away with alot of boost like 15+ lb providing u have a forged rotating assy but on a 12:1 motor id max go 10 lbs and thats with a centri style blower, a roots style is alittle different but the higher the compression the less boost u will run/need i know someone right now putting out 927rwhp on 8 lb of boost but he has a higher compression motor


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Yes I will ask him. He did everything himself from boring the block to assembly. And That's a whole lot of power lol. I would love to your buddies car eat some built imports on the track. Me, I will wait a year or two to slap a supercharger on my car I'm going to work on Cosmetics over the winter. I want a cobra front bumper and a cowl hood.

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