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Old 04-16-2012, 10:48 AM   #1
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How would you describe the Mustang?

As the tittle suggests. Tell me how you would describe your mustang, the way it drives, looks, and what you find attractive? Feel free to be creative.

For me, it's the excitement I get when I step on the pedal, the aggressive stance with the long hood, and the short rear end. The smooth, but taut ride of the live rear axle coming to life.
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Old 04-16-2012, 11:38 AM   #2
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I have a 2006 Mustang GT 5 speed, lowered with eibach sportlines and axle backs. I really like the looks of the car! But the performance is not to great, but not bad, the interior looks great but have a few squeaks and rattles, it dosent take turns the best but not bad for a live rear end. Car feels heavy on take off and turns. But I love the car, every time I get in it I feel like I'm 13 years old and that's what I Want!! The sound coming out of the exhaust is amazing and the shifts feel tights and very mechanical I also have a steeda short shifter. The outside of the car looks mean as hell, I think the mustang is the best bang for the buck, and i like the part that it's made In the USA!!
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Re: How would you describe the Mustang?

not a sports car, not a muscle car, a pony car
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Old 04-16-2012, 12:26 PM   #4
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I love it!!! Looks awesome inside out, it's very fast..wat else do I need? Its the best car I've driven. It does feel kinda heavy when taking off though.
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2004 Cobra (terminator) :drool: Enough said !

Loud by exhaust & by color
Stands out on any street !!!

Watching people take pics of my car on their phones ... PRICELESS !!!

Oh and it's a Ford
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2004 Cobra (terminator) :drool: Enough said !

Loud by exhaust & by color
Stands out on any street !!!

Watching people take pics of my car on their phones ... PRICELESS !!!

Oh and it's a Ford
I love your car man!! Where can I find an 04 cobra? And how much hp do you have?
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Old 04-16-2012, 12:46 PM   #7
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I love your car man!! Where can I find an 04 cobra? And how much hp do you have?
Thanks man. I got lucky when I found this one. Some guy traded it in for a 2011 Camero SS idiot. Anyways, just has to look around on the web. I wanted one that was bone stock so I could do my thing with it you know. I haven't dyno tested yet but a guess based on my mods is around 465hp to the wheel.
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Thanks man. I got lucky when I found this one. Some guy traded it in for a 2011 Camero SS idiot. Anyways, just has to look around on the web. I wanted one that was bone stock so I could do my thing with it you know. I haven't dyno tested yet but a guess based on my mods is around 465hp to the wheel.
465 that's a lot!! I found a yellow one with 25k km on it for 20k completely stock. Is that a good deal? And do you by any chance know how much hp a stock has?
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Actually prob 435hp to the tire ... Sounds better
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465 that's a lot!! I found a yellow one with 25k km on it for 20k completely stock. Is that a good deal? And do you by any chance know how much hp a stock has?
That's about what I paid for mine so yes. The stock is rated at 400hp to the fly but approx 375hp to the tire. Im guessing a little so it may be off by a few HP.
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Close, 390/390, but I've heard a lot that it dynos close to that at the rear wheels in stock form
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That's about what I paid for mine so yes. The stock is rated at 400hp to the fly but approx 375hp to the tire. Im guessing a little so it may be off by a few HP.
Thanks man, enjoy your car. I will get a cobra sometime.
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Close, 390/390, but I've heard a lot that it dynos close to that at the rear wheels in stock form
Yeah you right. Some have pushed slightly higher than advertised. Thanks for the correction
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Should be trading my 04 v6 for a terminator within a year can't wait.
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Sweet yellow termi! But I love my v6. She's my baby but also has a little beast in her. I love the sound of the duals whenever I get on her. I don't personally like being the center of attention, but I love my car being it! that's why I have tinted windows lol all focus on the car. I love the feeling of power shifting, like I'm connected to the car and the road. It becomes more than just a car to take you somewhere, when it's manual it's like you become part of the car. The best feeling ever
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