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Old 01-24-2016, 02:14 PM   #141
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Looks great! Man, she's low


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Old 01-24-2016, 03:25 PM   #144
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Looks good. The sidewalls do fill up the gap nicely. I will probably replicate your wheel/tire sizes when I get some wheels for my 03. You got the wheels/ tires for a bargain too, great job!

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Old 01-24-2016, 03:29 PM   #145
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Yeah the front has about as much wheel gap as my old GT, the rear still needs to settle though. I'm happy with these sizes, I wanted more tire underneath this time around. The fronts do scrub the fender liner on full lock turns.

I'm bummed that I had to buy lug nuts though, it kind of takes away from the deal I got.
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How about the back? I'm dreading having to get my rear fenders rolled when I finally put on my 17x10.5's. Mines not quite this low.


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Old 01-24-2016, 03:40 PM   #148
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How about the back? I'm dreading having to get my rear fenders rolled when I finally put on my 17x10.5's. Mines not quite this low.


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I don't know yet, I didn't try going over anything major because front fender started rubbing immediately. I do know that my old GT would only barely rub on the passenger rear when going over major bumps at speed.
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I've been told by quite a few to just go ahead and get it done, but I'm so afraid they'll mess up lol.


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Haha I will join that group of people, just do it! You're gonna kick yourself for not doing it sooner once you see it.
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I probably will since I will be buying new rubber, but it still scares me lol. She looks really good with the new wheels, if I hadn't mentioned that yet.


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It'll be fine. She will look as sexy as ever and have a fine booty to go with
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Found somebody to weld in my wideband bung for a case of beer. That should be done sometime next week. I'm going with a buddy to get his Terminator tuned tomorrow and will try to get an idea of what they will charge to tune my car and see what recommendations they have.
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I'll put some pictures in here I guess. Finally got around to washing all the crap off before we get dumped on.
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Did a little more digging on how the car was tuned. I wasn't able to get the PCM out unfortunately but found this written on it. Any tips on how to get it out would be wonderful. I plan on scheduling a tune once my tax return comes in and have been trying to figure out if I need to buy a handheld or not.

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If I remember right, there's a couple of bolts and it frees it up. I think you have to unplug it so you can turn it a little to give it a free path out.


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If I remember right, there's a couple of bolts and it frees it up. I think you have to unplug it so you can turn it a little to give it a free path out.


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It seemed pretty free moving already, I can grab it and move it a bit. I'll try again later and see if I can't get it moved.
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Scotty do you know if the MAF in this would work the same as the one you mentioned earlier in this thread? https://lmr.com/item/PMA-30PTM0247-K...w-through-9902
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Got my wideband bung welded in and stopped by a body shop to get a repair quote. I haven't picked a day yet, but I'll probably drop it off here in the next week.
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Nice! How close to the front O2 sensors do you want your wideband to read at?


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Nice! How close to the front O2 sensors do you want your wideband to read at?


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It doesn't necessarily have to be next to the O2 sensor, it has to be within 24" of the head
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It doesn't necessarily have to be next to the O2 sensor, it has to be within 24" of the head

Was it pretty easy to find an open spot within that distance from the head? Sorry for the questions lol. I have a friend that welds. I'm thinking about getting a wideband setup so I can add it to the SCT LiveLink datalog.


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Was it pretty easy to find an open spot within that distance from the head? Sorry for the questions lol. I have a friend that welds. I'm thinking about getting a wideband setup so I can add it to the SCT LiveLink datalog.


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Yes and no. If you take the pipe off then it's pretty simple, but I didn't want to do that because I'm tired of midpipe swaps. The biggest issue is just trying to find a spot that will also clear the chassis/frame.
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Yes and no. If you take the pipe off then it's pretty simple, but I didn't want to do that because I'm tired of midpipe swaps. The biggest issue is just trying to find a spot that will also clear the chassis/frame.

Lol dang I guess I need to get under and have a look.


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I'll try and get under mine later to get a picture
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Nice! The car looks super clean man

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Ordered the Ford racing shift knob today.
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Ordered the Ford racing shift knob today.

I ordered the white running horse shift knob when I bought my MGW Friday. Where did you buy the Ford Racing knob? I think I'd rather have that one lol.


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I ordered the white running horse shift knob when I bought my MGW Friday. Where did you buy the Ford Racing knob? I think I'd rather have that one lol.


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I picked it up from LMR. For me it was a debate between the running pony cue ball style or the Ford Racing one. I missed the shift handle (stock) in my old mustang.
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Found a Cervinis 2000 Cobra R hood for sale. The owner says that it had some damage repaired on the bottom side but I don't know what I'm looking at. Thoughts?
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Ehhh looks pretty ruff for fiberglass. Also fiber glass will warp over time so if it's been sitting down or leaning up agains something for a while then I'd be concerned about fitment. But I'd see if he would send you side shots, like so you can see how straight the sides are. Kinda hard to tell over pictures thought might be worth to go take a look at.
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Good to know. I wouldn't hesitate to go take a look at it, but he's a little over an hour away so I'd like to be more sure before I drove all that way.
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Why doesn't the hood say "Cervinis" on the underside? Because real ones all do...


Also no metal latch like a real one... and the whole underside looks like a bucket of ***.


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