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Old 09-15-2014, 02:16 PM   #36
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I would paint the calipers a black color or white...you can get brembo decals that look exactly like stock from ebay and put them on there and make yours unique. Also, I have to agree. White wheels get dirty very quickly. I would go maybe black CS1 wheels or similar. Personally, if lowering it at all you should get a panhard bar. If going lower..such as eibach sportlines, I would suggest getting lower control arms and relocation brackets as well.

Depends on all what you want to do. I daily drive my car and go to car shows as much as I am able to. Have engine dress up as well. Roush side splitters make a big difference and give it a more aggressive look. The possibilites are endless. Just research a lot before purchasing anything.
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Old 09-15-2014, 03:06 PM   #37
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So springs should be just fine? No need for a panhard bar?

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2014 DIB 3.7 w/ sport shift "Blue Cyclone"

I put Shelby razors by American Racing, that white & red stripes is really sharp.
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Old 09-20-2014, 08:37 AM   #40
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IMO, the car needs nothing.
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I have a set of JLT oil separators on my GT, the passenger side is the only one you need. My drivers side is bone dry, hasn't collected anything in over 3000 miles. Have drained over a tablespoon from the passenger side.
I installed the Steeda springs, adjustable panhard bar, panhard bar brace, subframe braces, billet lower control arms, and rear shock tower X brace that lets you keep the rear seat. Very happy with the mods, tightens up the rear end and makes the car less jumpy over bumps. I plan on installing the Steeda CAI, but am going to wait a while as the required tune will void the power train warranty.

Also very happy with the MGW shifter, you should at the very least upgrade the shift box rear support, the factory piece is garbage and allows too much play, causing deflection and missed shifts.
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Had a nice sunset yesterday evening and I had about 30 minutes to spare, so I grabbed a few of my lights and did a few quick shots of my car. I needed to have something decent to put up, considering I'm a professional photographer by trade. I'll be doing more as I add to the car.
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Man that shot is awesome !!!!! Nice work I'm going to save it as one of my wall papers


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Man that shot is awesome !!!!! Nice work I'm going to save it as one of my wall papers


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Thanks man!

I'm thinking about having the wheels powder coated gloss black - like an ink black. I think gloss black shows a lot more depth than matte and would look pretty awesome on this car. Would I need more black accent parts on the car, though? Only other glossy black pieces are the tail lights and the decklid panel.
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That would be a nice touch


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IMO, the car needs nothing.
Agreed.

Though red calipers with white "BREMBO" would look cool.
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Have you thought of chrome plating your wheels? My 14 looks better with the polished wheels than it did with the dark ones. Get positive comments all the time.
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Old 09-29-2014, 10:54 AM   #49
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I see they wasted a lot of taxpayer money on the 4th mustang pic.
What taxpayer money? This car was privately built and sold at auction to raise money for the Young Eagles program.
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What taxpayer money? This car was privately built and sold at auction to raise money for the Young Eagles program.

He's referring to the use of the U.S.A.F. in promoting the car as inspired by the U.S.A.F. Thunderbirds.

He's probably right. Not everyone wants to allocate a part of their tax portion to help fundraise for a good cause.

I'm ok either way. I just prefer the damn government to spend my portion to help with programs that strengthens the economy so that businesses and people in general will be more prosperous and thus an across the board increase in donations will likely happen even without having a specialty item be auctioned.

But given the fact that bureaucracy is wasting money anyway and not likely to be able to change anything then sure charity is just as good as any expense.


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You can buy G2 caliper paint and Brembo decals on flea bay. These are how mine looked before I sold them:

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He's referring to the use of the U.S.A.F. in promoting the car as inspired by the U.S.A.F. Thunderbirds.

He's probably right. Not everyone wants to allocate a part of their tax portion to help fundraise for a good cause.

I'm ok either way. I just prefer the damn government to spend my portion to help with programs that strengthens the economy so that businesses and people in general will be more prosperous and thus an across the board increase in donations will likely happen even without having a specialty item be auctioned.

But given the fact that bureaucracy is wasting money anyway and not likely to be able to change anything then sure charity is just as good as any expense.
I'm not sure that either of you are clear about this project. There was no taxpayer money involved. The money made in the auction did not go to any government program. The Thunderbirds, like the Blue Angels and Golden Knights are public relations organizations established to present the military to the public in a positive light. They had no more to do with this project than to simply provide an inspiration for a paint scheme. Ford Motor Company built the car and sold it to raise funds for a civilian program run by the EAA for young people to develop an interest in aviation.

While I agree with your distain of wasting taxpayer money, the government cannot spend OUR money to strengthen the economy, it can simply get out of the way and stop regulating everything to death. Let us keep more of it and spend it how we see fit, that will strengthen the economy.

Meanwhile, here is the full story of that car (2014 VIN00001): The Ford Donated U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds Edition Ford Mustang R ... - Press Release
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I'm not sure that either of you are clear about this project. There was no taxpayer money involved. The money made in the auction did not go to any government program. The Thunderbirds, like the Blue Angels and Golden Knights are public relations organizations established to present the military to the public in a positive light. They had no more to do with this project than to simply provide an inspiration for a paint scheme. Ford Motor Company built the car and sold it to raise funds for a civilian program run by the EAA for young people to develop an interest in aviation.

While I agree with your distain of wasting taxpayer money, the government cannot spend OUR money to strengthen the economy, it can simply get out of the way and stop regulating everything to death. Let us keep more of it and spend it how we see fit, that will strengthen the economy.

Meanwhile, here is the full story of that car (2014 VIN00001): The Ford Donated U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds Edition Ford Mustang R ... - Press Release

They are still government entities and thus funded by governmental budgets which are funded by taxes and fees. Thus our tax money in some part did inadvertently go into this charity event in part. Unless they aren't government entities.

The whole government cannot use our money to strengthen the economy argument is just grossly inaccurate. Provision of stimulus packages, lowering of its own expenses thus allowing the possibility for tax cuts due to a decrease in fiscal budget requirements, provision of monies and other services and resources in the form of grants for businesses/education/research, allocation of money to crime prevention of both violent and financial crimes to bolster public safety and trust, and hell, even by maybe widening some highways or arterial roads so that the flow of commerce traffic shortens the travel times of commuters thus, for example, by saving 15 minutes a day you will increase total productivity as an estimate (15min x 1 million people = 250,000 gross hours of labor).

There's a lot the government can do with "our" money.

But I do concur with your libertarian argument of over regulation wholeheartedly.


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They are still government entities and thus funded by governmental budgets which are funded by taxes and fees. Thus our tax money in some part did inadvertently go into this charity event in part. Unless they aren't government entities.
The T-Birds are indeed a government agency, but again, they did not have a single thing to do with this project other than exist. Ford honors military units with projects like this on a regular basis. No government money was spent here. This was a 100% commercial non-government project. Did you read the Ford article?

The whole government......hours of labor).

There's a lot the government can do with "our" money

In theory, but waste and poor choices seem to keep rising to the surface.

But I do concur with your libertarian argument of over regulation wholeheartedly

In the end I tend to think we probably see things the same way. There has simply been a misunderstanding about this "FoMoCo" special project.

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The T-Birds are indeed a government agency, but again, they did not have a single thing to do with this project other than exist. Ford honors military units with projects like this on a regular basis. No government money was spent here. This was a 100% commercial non-government project. Did you read the Ford article?

They took time to pose for pictures or perhaps provided specifications and communicated with FoMoCo. I'm sure they arranged some planes during the auction or even provided a flyby. The article didn't say specifically who footed the bill for the time that was spent by the personnel by the Thunderbirds. All the article said was FoMoCo sponsored which doesn't necessarily mean 100% of the cost including the flybys, etc. Essentially manpower/fuel spent equals money unless FoMoCo paid for it all which the article is not clear about.

In theory, but waste and poor choices seem to keep rising to the surface.

Yes I concur but they are doing everything that I have stated in some respect already or have in the past. Your statement was that it cannot spend our money to strengthen the economy and can only get out of the way. So it's not a theory whether they can or cannot do those things. It's just applying whatever resources the best way possible. But sadly it's like trying to stop the bleeding of a severed leg with a box of Disney themed bandages. Lol we're screwed.

In the end I tend to think we probably see things the same way. There has simply been a misunderstanding about this "FoMoCo" special project.

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No thanks for the flowers. I'll take a beer tho lol
Obviously, you live in North Texas, where am I going to have to come to buy you that beer? I'm just south of Fort Worth.
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I feel like I need to put on a white haired wig with huge curls on the sides and a ponytail, then brush up on my skills using the word "thus" before I respond.

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Holy moly that's a beautiful car. No joke, that's the exact color combination I wanted including the stripes but my wife talked me out of it lol. Looking forward to seeing what you do to it.
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Thanks king. Got my gt500 exhaust on today, as well as installed my steeda CAI and steeda tune. Amazing difference. It's like driving a different car. Loving it.

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My problem is the GT500 exhaust killed my MPG.

Ok, it's 100% my fault not the exhaust's fault. I just love to hit the gas really hard, so I can hear it roar!


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Your going to get +100 different opinions on what to do. I ask the same question when I got my new mustang.

1) Do whatever you going to do to the suspension. That way you can get a better feel for how the car will handle.
2) Exhaust. Headers, Catted or Non Catted X Pipes and Axlebacks.
3) Aluminum Driveshaft, Tuner and CAI.
4) Tires and Wheels.
5) Any other outside exterior parts. Lovers, Side Scoops, etc.
6) Engine Customization. This will depend on your budget.
7) Anything else....

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The T-Birds are indeed a government agency, but again, they did not have a single thing to do with this project other than exist. Ford honors military units with projects like this on a regular basis. No government money was spent here. This was a 100% commercial non-government project. Did you read the Ford article?

They took time to pose for pictures or perhaps provided specifications and communicated with FoMoCo. I'm sure they arranged some planes during the auction or even provided a flyby. The article didn't say specifically who footed the bill for the time that was spent by the personnel by the Thunderbirds. All the article said was FoMoCo sponsored which doesn't necessarily mean 100% of the cost including the flybys, etc. Essentially manpower/fuel spent equals money unless FoMoCo paid for it all which the article is not clear about.

In theory, but waste and poor choices seem to keep rising to the surface.

Yes I concur but they are doing everything that I have stated in some respect already or have in the past. Your statement was that it cannot spend our money to strengthen the economy and can only get out of the way. So it's not a theory whether they can or cannot do those things. It's just applying whatever resources the best way possible. But sadly it's like trying to stop the bleeding of a severed leg with a box of Disney themed bandages. Lol we're screwed.

In the end I tend to think we probably see things the same way. There has simply been a misunderstanding about this "FoMoCo" special project.

Truce

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Both of you guys are crazy. Do you have economics degrees?

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Both of you guys are crazy. Do you have economics degrees?
No, I spent 22 years in the USAF and have been an aviation photographer for over 40 years. I know how the military works.


I do think however, by his comments that Dallastang definitely knows about what makes the economy tick.
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