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Old 01-14-2013, 12:09 PM   #3151
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Lol. U guys crack me up. - 24°c windchill feels like - 32. Drove the mach to school. Came home. Back to bed.
Holy you are a mad man. I don't know celcius but I'm assuming that's around - 40 F? Do you have a block heater in it? And where do you live?
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Lol. U guys crack me up. - 24°c windchill feels like - 32. Drove the mach to school. Came home. Back to bed.
Brrrrr! M'fkn cold
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Holy you are a mad man. I don't know celcius but I'm assuming that's around - 40 F? Do you have a block heater in it? And where do you live?
Southern alberta. I definitely utilize the block heater. She's fun in the snow with the right tires, i get some funny looks from people when they see a screaming mustang sliding sideways down the roads haha. We have about 4 inches on the road still because the city fleet is retarded and only clears the major roads. There was a drift in the back alley I had to punch through today. Might not be possible tomorrow because we've had blowing snow all day and that drift could be 3' deep now. That's ok. I'm sick and could use to sleep for a day or two.
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Southern alberta. I definitely utilize the block heater. She's fun in the snow with the right tires, i get some funny looks from people when they see a screaming mustang sliding sideways down the roads haha. We have about 4 inches on the road still because the city fleet is retarded and only clears the major roads. There was a drift in the back alley I had to punch through today. Might not be possible tomorrow because we've had blowing snow all day and that drift could be 3' deep now. That's ok. I'm sick and could use to sleep for a day or two.
Haha nice sounds fun.. I don't know how you guys live in those temps... My sister lives in Fairbanks Alaska and it gets like -40 F quite often I guess. I'm dieing down here and it's only -3. And that's how the roads are up at my mom's house in Idaho. I went up there over Christmas and was drifting down the roads like that, it was pretty fun. But I could not drive like that everyday man.
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Haha nice sounds fun.. I don't know how you guys live in those temps... My sister lives in Fairbanks Alaska and it gets like -40 F quite often I guess. I'm dieing down here and it's only -3. And that's how the roads are up at my mom's house in Idaho. I went up there over Christmas and was drifting down the roads like that, it was pretty fun. But I could not drive like that everyday man.
It took a long time but u learned how to have fun on snow covered roads. Honestly the only time I have issue is when the surface rapidly changes traction levels. Even changing lanes with ruts can be a *****. I pretty much kick the back end out a bit almost every corner because then I'm never surprised when it does let go haha. I also end up using the handbrake a lot too when it understeers. Every season I have to get use to it again so I find an empty parking lot and set up some cones. It's saved my *** a couple of times.
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It took a long time but u learned how to have fun on snow covered roads. Honestly the only time I have issue is when the surface rapidly changes traction levels. Even changing lanes with ruts can be a *****. I pretty much kick the back end out a bit almost every corner because then I'm never surprised when it does let go haha. I also end up using the handbrake a lot too when it understeers. Every season I have to get use to it again so I find an empty parking lot and set up some cones. It's saved my *** a couple of times.
Haha nice. Do you put Blizzak tires on it every winter or at least studded ones.?
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Haha nice. Do you put Blizzak tires on it every winter or at least studded ones.?
I use Cooper weather master st2 winter tires all around. They can be studded but I don't stud as we only have snow half the winter and the studs mushroom. They are awesome tires. Worth 3x my grippy summer rubber. With 2 sets of rims it makes it easy to swap them back and fourth. Imo, if your going to drive a mustang in the snow, you need these tires.
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I use Cooper weather master st2 winter tires all around. They can be studded but I don't stud as we only have snow half the winter and the studs mushroom. They are awesome tires. Worth 3x my grippy summer rubber. With 2 sets of rims it makes it easy to swap them back and fourth. Imo, if your going to drive a mustang in the snow, you need these tires.
Yeah those probably cost more than my jeep did.
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Finished the clutch install so now it's back on the road
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Thanks! There's something very sexy about a woman who can drive stick - especially if it's in a big muscle car! Oh and she drove it in heels once. LoL!
Now that's sexy...
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Stage 1 from excedy, didn't wanna have a stiff clutch
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Stage 1 from excedy, didn't wanna have a stiff clutch
Nice and yea specially if you drive in traffic.
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Used the pops-a-dent product in an attempt to remove some hail damage. Mixed results. Will try again tomorrow.
Mixed results? I need to do the same will it work on a 3/4 ding on my door?
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I took my cover off today and fired her up for 10min
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Unhurried it from the snow and went to auto zone to get a blower motor for my beast. I'm sick of being cold while driving. Then took her to get some gas so she can come to work with me tomorrow....
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Unhurried it from the snow and went to auto zone to get a blower motor for my beast. I'm sick of being cold while driving. Then took her to get some gas so she can come to work with me tomorrow....
Time to wake up from hybernation Lol
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Time to wake up from hybernation Lol
Haha yeah a 6 day hibernation... But that is the longest I have ever not driven it since I have owned it. So it counts.
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Haha yeah a 6 day hibernation... But that is the longest I have ever not driven it since I have owned it. So it counts.
Lol definitely
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Put new wheels and tires on her
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Put new wheels and tires on her
Nice. I love the car...... Possibly more than what is legally allowed....
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I know she is sooo sexy all I'm waiting on is the lowering springs to come in and the gt500 wing
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Absolutely nothing. We have an ice/snow storm here in no. Alabama so driving is hazardous even in my DD so the Shelby stayed nice and safe in the garage.

The next 5-7 days should be clear and sunny though, if not chilly so I can't wait to get some driving time. We've had almost two weeks of crappy weather here and I am about to climb the walls if I don't get some cruising weather
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Man your car is beautiful..mach 1 grille delete will complete it IMO
And a chin spoiler thank you
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And a chin spoiler thank you
Yea idk what ford was thinking with the honeycomb, like I said tho your car looks f'in sweet! Chin spoiler and mach 1 grille delete and you got yourself a amazing piece of eye candy there brotha!
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