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Old 12-08-2013, 09:36 PM   #36
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Planning on doing a lot more before I put her on the dyno
I bet! if this terminator don't work out I'm gonna do a bunch of stuff to like also!
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Planning on doing a lot more before I put her on the dyno
Both of you would be in the 230whp 270wtq range anyways so it's pointless unless you go on a dyno day
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Both of you would be in the 230whp 270wtq range anyways so it's pointless unless you go on a dyno day
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Both of you would be in the 230whp 270wtq range anyways so it's pointless unless you go on a dyno day
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Haha what did you expect to put down?
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No problem Haha what did you expect to put down?
Haha I wouldn't be surprised it it was in the 230whp range.. I just wish our cars was easier power adders without spray or boost
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Haha I wouldn't be surprised it it was in the 230whp range.. I just wish our cars was easier power adders without spray or boost
Yeahh if only
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To respond better to bolt ons.. If only
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what kind of rims do you all have? they're sick
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Who?
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We both have fr500's. Mine are Anthracite and his are silver. Both are 17x9/17x10.5
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We both have fr500's. Mine are Anthracite and his are silver. Both are 17x9/17x10.5
things are sick! prolly be my next set of wheels
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Ugh, more ppl caught up in dyno numbers. The ONLY number that matters is the time slip. 2Vs respond GREAT to bolt ons. Gears, full bolt ons, good suspension and a driver mod and you have a 12 second car. Cams make you a low 12 second car at least. If you are auto you can set these 2Vs up to drag race like a mofo. I've seen bolt on automatic 2V cars with a really well put together suspension setup beat Coyotes in the 1/4 and the Coyote owner is like "wtf...".

But getting back on topic... you need to get them to come down SUBSTANTIALLY on the price for that mileage and the car being stolen. They are likely counting on someone who doesn't run a carfax and might not negotiate at first in the hope that someone stupid will come along and buy it without doing the proper research. If that happens walk away and if its still there in a week go back in and make another offer.

128k miles is an awful lot too... IMO you'd be better served buying a really low mileage 2V for under $10k and modding it to your hearts content or keep yours. IMO the best kept secret in the modular world is the 2004 automatic Mach 1 and that is the car I would look for if it was me. 4V, built trans (4R75W), a better stall converter straight out of the factory, still has the SRA for drag racing, the Mach computer is the only 94-04 computer fast enough to shift a sub 10 second car and you still get a numbered car that has the "cool" factor. The 2004 GT autos also got the beefy transmission.

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things are sick! prolly be my next set of wheels
Thanks man.. I like them a lot
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Ugh, more ppl caught up in dyno numbers. The ONLY number that matters is the time slip. 2Vs respond GREAT to bolt ons. Gears, full bolt ons, good suspension and a driver mod and you have a 12 second car. Cams make you a low 12 second car at least. If you are auto you can set these 2Vs up to drag race like a mofo. I've seen bolt on automatic 2V cars with a really well put together suspension setup beat Coyotes in the 1/4 and the Coyote owner is like "wtf...". But getting back on topic... you need to get them to come down SUBSTANTIALLY on the price for that mileage and the car being stolen. They are likely counting on someone who doesn't run a carfax and might not negotiate at first in the hope that someone stupid will come along and buy it without doing the proper research. If that happens walk away and if its still there in a week go back in and make another offer. 128k miles is an awful lot too... IMO you'd be better served buying a really low mileage 2V for under $10k and modding it to your hearts content or keep yours. IMO the best kept secret in the modular world is the 2004 automatic Mach 1 and that is the car I would look for if it was me. 4V, built trans (4R75W), a better stall converter straight out of the factory, still has the SRA for drag racing, the Mach computer is the only 94-04 computer fast enough to shift a sub 10 second car and you still get a numbered car that has the "cool" factor. The 2004 GT autos also got the beefy transmission. /rant
thanks for all the info. the car was sold over the weekend so I'm not worrying about that anymore. I'm gonna keep mine and build it
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