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Old 05-12-2013, 06:14 PM   #1
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I am considering trading to a black 01 bullitt mustang I need all the info I can get thanks
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What kind of info?
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Well what are all the bullitt specific parts or just any info about them
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Parts that separate them from a gt
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Parts that separate them from a gt
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upper intake, seats, pedals, other interior trim i suppose, dropped a bit lower with different springs. pretty much just looks is what seperates em from a gt i assume. stock for stock they only came with like 5 more hp than a gt i think?

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i would get one because there wasnt that many made. i would trade my gt easy for a green bullitt
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Subframe connectors, springs, sway bars, brakes, seats, gears, c pillars, intake manifold, throttle body, sill plates, and that's all I can remember right now
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If you google 2001 Mustang Bullitt specs, you'll find all the info. What I like best about mine is the brakes. Same as the Cobra.They're amazing. There are many subtle differences between a GT and a Bullitt.
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I've heard from 5 hp and .5 off the et to 20-30hp difference. Mixed. Basically it's a gt with upgraded parts from factory that you won't have to mod from a gt. the suspension and brakes are what sets it away from the gt. the 20-30 hp difference from what I've heard I think is a little absurd imo.
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I've heard from 5 hp and .5 off the et to 20-30hp difference. Mixed. Basically it's a gt with upgraded parts from factory that you won't have to mod from a gt. the suspension and brakes are what sets it away from the gt. the 20-30 hp difference from what I've heard I think is a little absurd imo.
Yes. The numbers are all over the board. I guess whatever number it will pull on the dyno that day is the right one. The biggest difference is they make full torque almost a thousand RPM sooner than a GT.
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Yes. The numbers are all over the board. I guess whatever number it will pull on the dyno that day is the right one. The biggest difference is they make full torque almost a thousand RPM sooner than a GT.
Because of the 57mm twin bore tb over the 65mm tb in the gt.
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What do u think a black one in good shape with 125k and clean title would go for ?

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Because of the 57mm twin bore tb over the 65mm tb in the gt.
The TB, intake and the exhaust is a little less restrictive.

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8 to 9 thousand
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The TB, intake and the exhaust is a little less restrictive.

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8 to 9 thousand
Yes I the tb and intake are better. But the exhaust? Didn't know that but just read it. Betters the flow up to 20% better.
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The TB, intake and the exhaust is a little less restrictive.

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8 to 9 thousand
Yeah I'm defiantly trading it needs the motor put back together and the front bumper needs painted but everything is there and it's a nice car
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Well then you're gonna spend more with the miles getting up there pretty high.
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Yeah I'm defiantly trading it needs the motor put back together and the front bumper needs painted but everything is there and it's a nice car
Mine needed some work when I got it also. Heater core, tires, axle bearing. But it was really a very nice car. Are you going to keep the Fox?
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Mine needed some work when I got it also. Heater core, tires, axle bearing. But it was really a very nice car. Are you going to keep the Fox?
That's what I'm trading for it I have 5k in the fox I think it's worth it me and my dad are Gonna build the motor and paint it in our garage

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How would it stack up against a 94 lt1 trans am automatic car?
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That's what I'm trading for it I have 5k in the fox I think it's worth it me and my dad are Gonna build the motor and paint it in our garage

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How would it stack up against a 94 lt1 trans am automatic car?
Stock? Im thinking the Bullitt will lose. Some of the other guys can better answer that question though
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Stock? Im thinking the Bullitt will lose. Some of the other guys can better answer that question though
Well I'm gonna port the heads an take all the cats off the bullitt and put some flowmaster 40 mufflers I got on it

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Stock? Im thinking the Bullitt will lose. Some of the other guys can better answer that question though
And the trans am has exhaust and can you port match the bullitt intake ?
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Well I'm gonna port the heads an take all the cats off the bullitt and put some flowmaster 40 mufflers I got on it

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And the trans am has exhaust and can you port match the bullitt intake ?
I haven't had mine apart yet, but yes, I've read that there is some cleaning up to do there. It's on my list of things to do...
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How do you tell what number bullitt it is ?
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My brother has a bullitt the seats are so comfortable. Defiantly handles better than a stock GT and is alil faster we raced once but it's not fair to compare his bullit to my boosted gt lol

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How would it stack up against a 94 lt1 trans am automatic car?
Stock for stock the bullitt should lose but not by much
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How do you tell what number bullitt it is ?
There is a sticker with the number on the driver side shock tower and one under the rear seat. Bullitt1075 told me about the one under the seat. Im still trying to figure out where he learned that bit of info. Lol. But it is there
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There is a sticker with the number on the driver side shock tower and one under the rear seat. Bullitt1075 told me about the one under the seat. Im still trying to figure out where he learned that bit of info. Lol. But it is there
Meant to say strut tower
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There is a sticker with the number on the driver side shock tower and one under the rear seat. Bullitt1075 told me about the one under the seat. Im still trying to figure out where he learned that bit of info. Lol. But it is there
Ok thank you
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Already got my mods planed out lol
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You and your dad did such a nice job with the Fox. I can't wait to see the results of your next project...
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Here is the break down of all the Bullitt specific parts. You can also check IMBOC.com to see if any previous owners registered their car with the site. Good luck, I love my Bullitt.
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Thanks I'm going to look at it Thursday if everything goes right
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That's what I'm trading for it I have 5k in the fox I think it's worth it me and my dad are Gonna build the motor and paint it in our garage

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How would it stack up against a 94 lt1 trans am automatic car?
94 trans ams aren't that fast. A Bullitt will beat one handily. 0-60 times always vary but I've seen them range from 4.9-5.4 for the Bullitt and 5.7-6.6 for the 94 trans am. I wouldn't worry about 3rd gen fbody, unless its modified.
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94 trans ams aren't that fast. A Bullitt will beat one handily. 0-60 times always vary but I've seen them range from 4.9-5.4 for the Bullitt and 5.7-6.6 for the 94 trans am. I wouldn't worry about 3rd gen fbody, unless its modified.
Thanks what do you think about the mods I posted with a Catless x pipe ?
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