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Old 08-22-2012, 06:10 PM   #1191
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Re: What did you do with your Mustang today

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Quick questions everyone. In the past year My throw out bearing has gone bad 3 times along with a tranny fork and my adjustable clutch cable has come loose 3 times in the passed month and I'm thinking I need a new clutch kit. I was looking at a new level two zoom Kevlar clutch kit. Anyone have experience wit this one or any recommendations for clutch I can beat on like the stage 3 would probably be better?
And replace your pilot bearing to while you have it out...
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Old 08-22-2012, 06:55 PM   #1192
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Old 08-22-2012, 07:32 PM   #1193
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Sat and stared at it sitting in the garage. I didn't have anywhere to go in it so I figured I would keep the miles off. I'm going to be away for the next few days at my cousins wedding up in NJ so when I get back I'll take it on a nice long cruise to nowhere.
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Old 08-22-2012, 11:48 PM   #1194
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Im stationed out in Cali and my car is back in Ohio. Just gave up $950 dollars today to get it shipped out here! It should get here on the 31st if everything goes well!
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Old 08-23-2012, 12:39 AM   #1195
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Im stationed out in Cali and my car is back in Ohio. Just gave up $950 dollars today to get it shipped out here! It should get here on the 31st if everything goes well!
Where you stationed?
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Old 08-23-2012, 11:18 AM   #1196
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And replace your pilot bearing to while you have it out...
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Sounds to me like you need to invest in some high quality parts so you only do it once. New fork, new ford racing TOB and a high quality clutch. A stage 3 clutch is way overkill for a normal street machine. Honestly, unless you plan on serious drag racing just find a stage 1 style clutch and use it. I hate my stage 2+ clutch low down.
I just ordered the stage 2 Kevlar clutch kit from ZOOM with a throw out bearing and pilot bearing, you think i should get another fork too? I just got one right before this last throw out bearing expensive.. But It may be worth it..
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Old 08-23-2012, 12:21 PM   #1197
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I just ordered the stage 2 Kevlar clutch kit from ZOOM with a throw out bearing and pilot bearing, you think i should get another fork too? I just got one right before this last throw out bearing expensive.. But It may be worth it..
The ford racing tob is as good as it gets and I wouldnt use anything else. Id get one of those. If your ripping gears hard do the fork too.
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Cleaned my engine bay.
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Cleaned my engine bay.
Slap your mama clean!
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Cleaned my engine bay.
Man, that is new car clean.
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Gears installed .... now just have to break them in!
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Burned some rubber :p
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Man, that is new car clean.
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Gears installed .... now just have to break them in!
Oh I bet it's hard to resist letting her rip!
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I did the heat up, cool down.. now I just have to put a few hundred miles on it before I can rip on it
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I got my fourth wheel today, ordered me a white shift knob, replacing my cobra shift knob.

And found the parts i need to tidy up my 03/04 Cobra bumper conversion.

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Cleaned my engine bay.
How did you clean your engine bay? I have been wanting to do this for so long!!
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Where you stationed?
I'm on camp Pendleton near San Clemente!

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The ford racing tob is as good as it gets and I wouldnt use anything else. Id get one of those. If your ripping gears hard do the fork too.
+1 always get a Ford racing tob no matter how good of quality the clutch kit is!
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I thought is a was a leak by the header to pipes and it ended up being the header
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Re: What did you do with your Mustang today

Finally got the time to install the sequential tail light splice in kit I got from AM.
Me and my oldest girl completed the project and at ten years old she now knows how to remove and re-install the tail lights in the 02!!

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Finally got the time to install the sequential tail light splice in kit I got from AM.
Me and my oldest girl completed the project and at ten years old she now knows how to remove and re-install the tail lights in the 02!!

Nice bro! These are on my list too.
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Old 08-24-2012, 11:16 PM   #1214
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Re: What did you do with your Mustang today

My daughter is the one who said i needed them and i like them too so i surprised her with them and ordered them with all my other stuffs I got from AM.
Then told her she had to help me put them in.. lol
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My daughter is the one who said i needed them and i like them too so i surprised her with them and ordered them with all my other stuffs I got from AM.
Then told her she had to help me put them in.. lol
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I'm on camp Pendleton near San Clemente!

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+1 always get a Ford racing tob no matter how good of quality the clutch kit is!
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How did you clean your engine bay? I have been wanting to do this for so long!!
Got a rag and 409 cleaned everything real god than got tire shine and shined up everything black
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Plug-In MIL eliminators clear my engine light! Works great!
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Took out my rear suspension setup and upgraded it with koni coilovers. Now I have coils on all fours, tnrw I will drop the back a little more and take some pics.

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Took out my rear suspension setup and upgraded it with koni coilovers. Now I have coils on all fours, tnrw I will drop the back a little more and take some pics.
Cool! Those are adjustable aren't they?
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Sweet! What is the number for on your front bumper? 0187?
Pretty sure thats the police code for a murder

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Pretty sure thats the police code for a murder
Nevermind he said thats his build number
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Finished blacking out everything on my car this morning. Headlights, side markers and front turn signals. Already had my tail lights done. Cant post pics til it stops raining. : (
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Got a rag and 409 cleaned everything real god than got tire shine and shined up everything black
Okay lol I have to do that, I know people spray them down with a hose but I don't trust it
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