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Old 02-18-2013, 09:35 PM   #36
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GTs are limited around 150ish.
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Old 02-18-2013, 10:31 PM   #37
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Calm down bud. I'm showing this as proof that the 113 limiter is garbage. And as a matter a fact I am about full blown crazy. Thanks

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If you're a good driver you can have the ability to control the car, snap the picture and get back down to speed. It was 1 am and no cars were on the highway. I wasn't putting anyone's life at risk but mine. What I do with my life is up to me.

These cars go fast for a reason, so why commute in them and have no fun. [b]If I wanted to do that I'd buy a Toyota. [/] Because race car!
Every morning I wake up to go to work, I have a blast. Every time I start the engine, I smile. I open the garage door, see her shine. Beauty. Even getting to speed, takin a turn. Commuting in a Mustang isn't having to goto work. Its just another excuse to take her for a drive. At least, knowing any day can be my last, it seems kind of a waste to spend daily driving in a car one doesn't love.
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Old 02-18-2013, 11:39 PM   #38
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Every morning I wake up to go to work, I have a blast. Every time I start the engine, I smile. I open the garage door, see her shine. Beauty. Even getting to speed, takin a turn. Commuting in a Mustang isn't having to goto work. Its just another excuse to take her for a drive. At least, knowing any day can be my last, it seems kind of a waste to spend daily driving in a car one doesn't love.
Cheers man, couldnt say it better!
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Old 02-18-2013, 11:50 PM   #39
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Every morning I wake up to go to work, I have a blast. Every time I start the engine, I smile. I open the garage door, see her shine. Beauty. Even getting to speed, takin a turn. Commuting in a Mustang isn't having to goto work. Its just another excuse to take her for a drive. At least, knowing any day can be my last, it seems kind of a waste to spend daily driving in a car one doesn't love.
Completely agree!!!!

I am lucky enough to have both my work vehicle/play vehicle and now my mustang/autocross vehicle to be both cars I love dearly and literally say "Damn...." To myself as I walk up to them on a regular basis!!

My 99 Black Jeep Cherokee 4x4 and my 2012 silver mustang v6!!

Both sexy as hell in my eyes!!

I actually just washed and waxed my jeep today!:] mustang is parked in the garage and still squeaky clean from its last bath!
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Old 02-19-2013, 05:50 AM   #40
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Every morning I wake up to go to work, I have a blast. Every time I start the engine, I smile. I open the garage door, see her shine. Beauty. Even getting to speed, takin a turn. Commuting in a Mustang isn't having to goto work. Its just another excuse to take her for a drive. At least, knowing any day can be my last, it seems kind of a waste to spend daily driving in a car one doesn't love.
Amen brother, especially after I wax her down really good the tires are clean and glossy black. I hop in, crank the radio on blast and just cruise the highway!!! People on the passenger side checking ya ride out. My place of zen
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Old 02-19-2013, 06:06 AM   #41
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GTs are limited around 150ish.
Ok, maybe that's what i was missing. my bad!
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Old 02-19-2013, 10:08 AM   #42
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Also for a 302 motor switch, would I need a whole we drivetrain or can I bolt up a GT take off. I'm talking 5-7 years down but its nice to have ideas
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Also for a 302 motor switch, would I need a whole we drivetrain or can I bolt up a GT take off. I'm talking 5-7 years down but its nice to have ideas
http://paddedwall.org/main_V6CoyoteSwapInfo.aspx

Totally not worth it...unless your full of cash $$$
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So all in all around 15,000 dollars. My God I love my car but if that's the case I could just get it repainted. I now ponder this idea
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Wait a few years, buy a totaled GT that was hit in the rear for $5k. Swap over everything, done.
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Old 02-19-2013, 06:29 PM   #46
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Wait a few years, buy a totaled GT that was hit in the rear for $5k. Swap over everything, done.
That's what i read. That's alot easier than crating everything and all aftermarket technically.
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