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Old 02-16-2014, 06:50 PM   #36
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What about 3v vs 4v? Lol

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In conclusion: OP should def lookin into getting a bullitt. IMO s197 is the way to go, but they're all ok I guess

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4 small valves = flows good at high rpms, produces good horsepower

3v = good midrange between horsepower and torque
2 big valves = more torque

The LS and Hemi motors have 2 big valves and are torque monsters, the 4v loves rpms and flows great at those rpms.... 3v is more of a midrange.

Pick and choose what style you want from that.... I love my 2 valves
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Old 02-16-2014, 07:00 PM   #37
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My 4v puts out 320 Torque at 4250 Rpm a bullitt is 305 at 4000.
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My 4v puts out 320 Torque at 4250 Rpm a bullitt is 305 at 4000.
Forget actual numbers, look at the difference between TQ and HP...

Take the 5.0 for an example. 420hp 390lb of torque. 4 valves and more HP than TQ. The 2v puts out 260 HP and 305 TQ. 2 valves, more TQ.

Honestly the 3v is a ****ty design.
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Dark highland green or go home lol
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Dark highland green or go home lol

I think OP was looking at a DHG
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I didn't read it all haha y'all getting technical and I'm not in a technical mood I just read his first post he asked about color lol
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Old 02-17-2014, 12:49 PM   #42
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This Bullitt I am interested in has its speedometer in kilometers. How difficult would it be to switch it over to mph?
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This Bullitt I am interested in has its speedometer in kilometers. How difficult would it be to switch it over to mph?
You'd have to get the cluster from another Bullitt or Mach 1... The Bullitt and automatic Mach 1 use the same exact cluster, you could use the manual Mach 1 but the difference for that one is the redline, the actual numbers on the tach are the same but there is less red on it for the higher redline.
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Interesting. A Canadian Bullitt.
The speedometer should be marked in, both, mph and kph.
Ive never seen a Bullitt Speedo that had kilometers as the primary marking.
I'm guessing that it would be difficult to change. The gauge faces are probably discontinued like many of the Bullitt specific parts. You'd need to find a used one.
Post a pic of the speedometer if you can.

Is this that green car that you were looking at?
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No it's a different black one. Unfortunately I do not have a pic of the gauges. Click image for larger version

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Old 02-17-2014, 02:47 PM   #46
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What happened to that green one?
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Go for it I love my bullitt
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I love the Bullitt side scoops. I bought an aftermarket set and they would not fit right because they did not have the plug in connection. Great car with plenty of cool interior pieces. The owner of Gas Monkey has a pretty cool recreated billet.
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Old 02-18-2014, 12:29 PM   #49
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The green one was kinda shady and it sold
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Old 02-22-2014, 10:57 PM   #50
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I got the black one! 90k miles $6900 Click image for larger version

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AWESOMENESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That's a great deal!
Congratulations Mike!

Is it all stock?

Post a pic of the gauges when you get a chance.
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Thank you! Yes it's all stock ill post a picture of the gauges tomorrow
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Awesome!!! Another Bullitt owner!
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Old 02-22-2014, 11:40 PM   #54
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Hey, what part of Cali are you in?
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Booo, if only you were in NorCal like the majority of the Bullitt guys on ME.
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Old 02-23-2014, 11:09 AM   #57
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Dang! Hey where can you find the Bullitt number? The one on the sticker is faded all I see is a 2 and 6
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I got it. It's number 2162
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Old 02-23-2014, 01:09 PM   #59
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There is the shock tower then there is another place, but you have to take out the rear seats.
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Rear seat removal is very easy...just have to remove the bottom cushion. There is a small opening on either side, just below the lower cushion....push a screwdriver in to release the clips and just pull the cushion up. The second sticker is on the crossmember under the cushion. It was supposed to be the "secret"'second sticker location.
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