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Old 11-22-2015, 07:57 PM   #71
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Well I'm back, time for another Slow 2V build

Good thing is front fender damage is easy. Just Bolt one on, in fact you may want to search the Internet and see if you can find a used DHG fender and pocket the money. I did that with my Charger. I found front fenders the same color as my car and bolted them on looked like nothing ever happened. No New/old paint to worry about matching. That does suck though!!😡


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That's a good idea. I'll have to start looking.
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In other less depressing news, my gauge pod, clutch cable, and wideband showed up. I'm not too impressed with the gauge pod though, it is supposed to install over the factory one and has push pins to hold it on.
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You can always get a roll of double sided tape and go nuts on it. I did that for my column mount. Make sure to get the 3M heavy duty kind!Click image for larger version

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Thanks for the idea. I've got a roll laying around in my room that I can use. I'm hoping to get the bung welded in later this week if our weather holds out.
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Make sure to follow the placement of the bung to a T. Mine was 24" from the block at a 10-2 position.


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Eff that autometer junk. If you can deal with only having a double pod, get one from these guys.


Speed of Sound gauge pillars, pods, and switch panels for the Ford Mustang


They modify an OEM pillar and they look great and fit perfect since its an OEM pillar.
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Eff that autometer junk. If you can deal with only having a double pod, get one from these guys.


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They modify an OEM pillar and they look great and fit perfect since its an OEM pillar.
Very nice, I'm interested in either the radio or console mounts. Great share. Gives me a better option over pillar pods.

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Just FYI on their site it says they currently don't do the pillar pods but that is old. I emailed them awhile back and you can send in your pillar to be modified or just pull a JY pillar and send it. They dye everything anyway so you can send them any color and they'll match it to whatever you want.
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Eff that autometer junk. If you can deal with only having a double pod, get one from these guys.


Speed of Sound gauge pillars, pods, and switch panels for the Ford Mustang


They modify an OEM pillar and they look great and fit perfect since its an OEM pillar.
See I had considered going with them, but I currently have two gauges in there already (fuel pressure and boost/vacuum) and don't feel like losing one. If there was a way to run my third gauge without it looking tacky (i.e. column pod) then I would do it.

Do they wait until they have a batch of orders in order to make them? I had a buddy wait 8 months to get his pillar pod because the company would wait until they had a decent batch of orders before they made them.
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I second the speed of sound stuff... However I went With the auto meter a pillar. It's okay and you hardly see the push pins, but if I did it again I would choose the speed stuffClick image for larger version

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This is my current gauge setup. The previous owner installed one of those cheap $15 two pod pieces
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I really need to stay away from craigslist... http://denver.craigslist.org/cto/5367876067.html

Found her again and the price keeps going lower and lower.

In other news, I've been quite lazy with the Bullitt. I've driven it maybe 5 or 6 times since it got bumped. I haven't gotten around to installing anything or even price shopped for getting the bung welded in. But I have been getting the itch to lower it and slap some wheels on, especially after seeing my old ride again.
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Any possibility of getting her back?


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Not in the foreseeable future, but maybe one day. I think this is the second person it's been through since I sold it in February.
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That's unfortunate. I hope one day you can get her back.


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Yeah, one immediate problem would be where do I put it and how would I choose what vehicle to drive. It would be pretty bad *** to have 2 mustangs though.
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Well I'm back, time for another Slow 2V build

Just grab a key everyday and see which car it goes to. Problem solved.
Or maybe have the Bullitt as the toy and your GT as a daily. That's what I've done with my 2 3Vs.


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If only that worked, the GT has a Harley Davidson edition key. Honestly the mods from the Bullitt would all get swapped to the GT and the Bullitt would be returned to as close to stock as possible if I got it. I don't want to play the mustang DD game again because it sucks to drive these in the snow, and my current job tends to deal with worse snow conditions compared to when I was DD'ing my old GT and commuting 12 miles a day.
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That would cause an issue.


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Yeah just a little bit
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Did you get the fender fixed yet?
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Not yet. I've been trying to weigh in my options but haven't come to a decision yet. Ideally I would find another DHG fender, but I'm worried about the paint being faded and looking a little different.
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I really need to stay away from craigslist... http://denver.craigslist.org/cto/5367876067.html

Found her again and the price keeps going lower and lower.

In other news, I've been quite lazy with the Bullitt. I've driven it maybe 5 or 6 times since it got bumped. I haven't gotten around to installing anything or even price shopped for getting the bung welded in. But I have been getting the itch to lower it and slap some wheels on, especially after seeing my old ride again.
Let me know when it hits $5k or under 6k and ill get it! Always loved your old car your new one is bad a $$ too! Im serious mostly. Would have to pay for the shipping to michigan and a finders fee to you for checking it out for me, lol. I would trust a fellow ME member such as you, and being the previous owner helps a lot too. What would shipping be do you think? Maybe 1000-1500? Probably cost that much to drive out or fly out and get it in the end.

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Let me know when it hits $5k or under 6k and ill get it! Always loved your old car your new one is bad a $$ too! Im serious mostly. Would have to pay for the shipping to michigan and a finders fee to you for checking it out for me, lol. I would trust a fellow ME member such as you, and being the previous owner helps a lot too. What would shipping be do you think? Maybe 1000-1500? Probably cost that much to drive out or fly out and get it in the end.

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Haha I can do that, I can also let you know about some of the "gotchas" that the car had, if you're ever serious. Shipping will depend on the company you would use. I feel like flying out and driving would honestly be cheaper, and more fun. If it pops up again and you're interested then feel free to PM me.
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**** that is a damn good price for that car. I paid $5500 for the one in my sig with a blown motor... I still think I got a helluva deal but I'd be taking a HARD look at getting yours back if possible. You can always find a $1800 beater to bomb around in when the weather is ****. That is what I did when I had my 95 Cobra. I had a 1986 Honda Accord with 180k miles on it and I drove that thing EVERYWHERE.
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No doubt on that beater vehicle, I just recently bought an 02 Trailblazer LT for $2100. It has 217k miles, but runs like a champ still. Few dents and scrapes, but I didn't buy it for looks, and all Trailblazers are 4x4 standard.


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**** that is a damn good price for that car. I paid $5500 for the one in my sig with a blown motor... I still think I got a helluva deal but I'd be taking a HARD look at getting yours back if possible. You can always find a $1800 beater to bomb around in when the weather is ****. That is what I did when I had my 95 Cobra. I had a 1986 Honda Accord with 180k miles on it and I drove that thing EVERYWHERE.
As much as I would love to get mine back it just isn't in the cards right now. I've got too big of a tool bill to be messing around with a second toy. I've already got a ranger to DD year round, so that aspect is already covered. If I was capable of getting the car back then I would probably wait for the price to drop a bit more anywaus, the car is a little rougher around the edges than pictures would suggest.
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Haha I can do that, I can also let you know about some of the "gotchas" that the car had, if you're ever serious. Shipping will depend on the company you would use. I feel like flying out and driving would honestly be cheaper, and more fun. If it pops up again and you're interested then feel free to PM me.
I would seriously consider it if it did drop that low and it checked out OK. It would have to be closer to 5k for me to go all the way there and get it. I just cleaned out the 2nd stall in my garage this week and i can kick my wifes car out for another Mustang, lol. I have always wanted a New Edge since they first came out, always my favorite body style. If you think of it post it up if the price drops. Ill check it out too on CL from time to time to check myself. My wife would love a trip whether it was a road trip or flying so I know i can sell her on it, haha. There is a 2004 Mach 1 for sale by me in DSG, everything is basically done on it as far as bolt ons, cams, wheels, tires, suspension, lowered, tuned (shop that has it for sale actually did most of the work and tuned it, have all records on it primarily). They are a performance shop that also sells cars from time to time. They started at 15,500 last June, then it went to 13,500, then 12,500, and now 11,500. I emailed the owner to get all the info on it this week, and he said he couldnt go below 10,800 for it or he will keep it around. So i guess 10,800 is the final number i could get it for. Problem is that my budget is about 6500 right now, ha. It has 65k miles on it and is super clean and sexy. I dont know why im even talking about it, it will make me do something stupid financially.

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And the company is Steve's..
Meant to be. They do domestic performance as well but they specialize in European cars, mostly VW, BMW, and Audi...etc. anyway heres a pic

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I would seriously consider it if it did drop that low and it checked out OK. It would have to be closer to 5k for me to go all the way there and get it. I just cleaned out the 2nd stall in my garage this week and i can kick my wifes car out for another Mustang, lol. I have always wanted a New Edge since they first came out, always my favorite body style. If you think of it post it up if the price drops. Ill check it out too on CL from time to time to check myself. My wife would love a trip whether it was a road trip or flying so I know i can sell her on it, haha. There is a 2004 Mach 1 for sale by me in DSG, everything is basically done on it as far as bolt ons, cams, wheels, tires, suspension, lowered, tuned (shop that has it for sale actually did most of the work and tuned it, have all records on it primarily). They are a performance shop that also sells cars from time to time. They started at 15,500 last June, then it went to 13,500, then 12,500, and now 11,500. I emailed the owner to get all the info on it this week, and he said he couldnt go below 10,800 for it or he will keep it around. So i guess 10,800 is the final number i could get it for. Problem is that my budget is about 6500 right now, ha. It has 65k miles on it and is super clean and sexy. I dont know why im even talking about it, it will make me do something stupid financially.

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That's actually pretty nice and a he'll of a deal in my opinion. I almost dropped more on an Oxford White Mach that had nore miles before I found my Bullitt.
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Alright I finally decided to get off my *** and do something to this car. Started removing my gauge pod so I can install my new one and I was reminded as to why I hate coming in behind someone else on interior and electrical work. It seems that whoever broke off the top piece of the pillar trim decided to glue the piece back on and run a self tapping screw into some of the body to help hold it in place....
My vacuum line for my boost gauge was pinched in two separate places and now I seem to have lost the little copper piece that holds the line into the fitting, so a trip to Ace Hardware is in my future.

I hate when lazy technicians don't bother to wire something up properly and instead decide to just use vampire clips.

Mini rant over. I'll probably call that a stopping get point for now, and come back to it in a few hours.
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Just one of the reasons why some people prefer buying stock, unmodified vehicles.
Then you only have to worry about the people on the factory assembly line screwing things up! Lol
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True^ I just wish people weren't so lazy. The wires for my A/FR gauge are half ran and will hopefully get finished up either tomorrow (today for those who don't work nights) or friday. I gotta snag some tools from work to help speed this process up a little.

I ran across these today. http://www.americanmuscle.com/hyper-...18x9-9404.html

I'll admit that I'm kind of interested but haven't seen anybody rocking them yet and was curious about everyone's opinion on them.
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True^ I just wish people weren't so lazy. The wires for my A/FR gauge are half ran and will hopefully get finished up either tomorrow (today for those who don't work nights) or friday. I gotta snag some tools from work to help speed this process up a little.

I ran across these today. http://www.americanmuscle.com/hyper-...18x9-9404.html

I'll admit that I'm kind of interested but haven't seen anybody rocking them yet and was curious about everyone's opinion on them.

Hopefully everything will work out. It's unfortunate they halfassed it. That's ridiculous on those wheels. $85 each!? Deal of a life time.


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