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Old 02-27-2013, 07:42 PM   #3991
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The 2v & 4v's tend to sound better for whatever reason.
I thought that 94-04 were 2V whose car is 3V?!?!
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Keep in mind that's a 3v if you have a gt it's a 2v I don't know if there is a noticeable difference in the exhaust tone or not
2005 was the first year a 3v was developed on a mustang. The video shows a bullitt, it has the same motor as a GT but a different intake manifold.
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2005 was the first year a 3v was developed on a mustang. The video shows a bullitt, it has the same motor as a GT but a different intake manifold.
Ahh, could have sworn they had the 3v but thanks for the info
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I thought that 94-04 were 2V whose car is 3V?!?!
Don't know about that car, unless he swapped. You are right, I was just saying in general.
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Don't know about that car, unless he swapped. You are right, I was just saying in general.
The other guy confused us!!! Other guy!! Youre dead to me lol jk
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Got a rock chip ding in my windshield fixed. They did a pretty good job and saved me from a new windshield. $50 is better than the $250 deductible!
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The other guy confused us!!! Other guy!! Youre dead to me lol jk
I confused myself!
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Got a rock chip ding in my windshield fixed. They did a pretty good job and saved me from a new windshield. $50 is better than the $250 deductible!
Is it very noticeable?
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Got a rock chip ding in my windshield fixed. They did a pretty good job and saved me from a new windshield. $50 is better than the $250 deductible!
I need a brand new windsheild..... Mine is cracked in 3 different spots...
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Got a rock chip ding in my windshield fixed. They did a pretty good job and saved me from a new windshield. $50 is better than the $250 deductible!
Why pay a deductible for insurance when you can get it for $50-100 more without having a small claim?
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Is it very noticeable?
It was before - almost dead center in the windshield (not in either my field of vision or my wife's) and was about 1/4 inch pit with 8 spider lines a mandating from it. After the repair it is much better, but not totally invisible. No more spider lines from the ding and looks like a tiny bug dot. I can live with it. Worth the $50!

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Why pay a deductible for insurance when you can get it for $50-100 more without having a small claim?
A new windshield is probably around $ 300- 350.
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It was before - almost dead center in the windshield (not in either my field of vision or my wife's) and was about 1/4 inch pit with 8 spider lines a mandating from it. After the repair it is much better, but not totally invisible. No more spider lines from the ding and looks like a tiny bug dot. I can live with it. Worth the $50!

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A new windshield is probably around $ 300- 350.
Nice. I live out in the stick. They have ALOT of gravel mining pits out here. Actually on my road. But the trucks go flying by about 70mph. I have a small small chip in my winder. It's actually on the lower driver side in the black part if the windshield. So it's not visible at all from inside the car. But from the outside, it's very noticeable cause of the location
Guess I better get to it and get it fixed.
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Nice. I live out in the stick. They have ALOT of gravel mining pits out here. Actually on my road. But the trucks go flying by about 70mph. I have a small small chip in my winder. It's actually on the lower driver side in the black part if the windshield. So it's not visible at all from inside the car. But from the outside, it's very noticeable cause of the location
Guess I better get to it and get it fixed.
A lot of companies will even come to you. They came to my office which was very convenient. It has to be dry weather. You'd have to check with them f they can do a repair in that area. Not sure if they can repair too close to the edge.
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A lot of companies will even come to you. They came to my office which was very convenient. It has to be dry weather. You'd have to check with them f they can do a repair in that area. Not sure if they can repair too close to the edge.
It's about 1 1/2" from the edge.
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Old 02-27-2013, 11:44 PM   #4009
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The 2v & 4v's tend to sound better for whatever reason.
I agree. I still haven't found an exhaust setup I like for my '06. I never thought a 2v sounded so good until I had my 3rd exhaust setup on and heard a 2v drive by.
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I agree. I still haven't found an exhaust setup I like for my '06. I never thought a 2v sounded so good until I had my 3rd exhaust setup on and heard a 2v drive by.
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Though I had flowmaster exhaust dosent look like it ... Looks like long tube headers off road h pipe and stock mufflers dude at the muffler shop wad surprised mine was So quiet I have it looks like flowmaster tips ._. So I am holding American muscle will put the Slp loudmouth reaonators that are 150$ maybe drop them in price ... Mufflers look like a 6 chamber the guy said keeping it really quiet hopefully soon I can get a deal
I know what you mean, mine came with probably 40 series but they sssuuucked so much, she sounded like such a pansy =[, sad because I love flow masters, ,, I think if you start adding headers and different mid pipes they kinda crap out,,, a buddy of mine had a 99 gt with just 40's and oh man it was a beautiful sound
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It's about 1 1/2" from the edge.
Might be ok. I think the edge of the glass is under greater mechanical stress but as long as a crack hasn't run into the edge, they might be able to repair. Doesn't hurt to ask.
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Might be ok. I think the edge of the glass is under greater mechanical stress but as long as a crack hasn't run into the edge, they might be able to repair. Doesn't hurt to ask.


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Got a rock chip ding in my windshield fixed. They did a pretty good job and saved me from a new windshield. $50 is better than the $250 deductible!
No glass coverage? It's usually ~$5/month with no deductible.
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Like Primer says, that first cut is the hardest. Once you make the first cut, it's no turnin back lol
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