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Old 12-07-2011, 04:23 PM   #211
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THEY CAME IIINNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!

Thank you soooo much Chris!!!
My pleasure, Savvy! Glad I could put a smile on your face!

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My pleasure, Savvy! Glad I could put a smile on your face!

Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions in the future! Have a wonderful Holiday and a Happy New Year!
Yayayayayayayay!
I have the biggest smile in the world right now! I've been wanting a stang with these ever since I fell in love with em!

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Yayayayayayayay!
I have the biggest smile in the world right now! I've been wanting a stang with these ever since I fell in love with em!

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You have very cool taste when it comes to modding stangs
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Yayayayayayayay!
I have the biggest smile in the world right now! I've been wanting a stang with these ever since I fell in love with em!

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Looks great kiddo!!!!!!!
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Looks great kiddo!!!!!!!
Thank you!
Let's get some mods on that pretty little Shelby
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Thank you!
Let's get some mods on that pretty little Shelby
I am about mod'd out... Lowering springs... Done. Airaid CAI.... Done. High performance clutch. Done. Upper and lower side scoops and mirror covers. Done. Windows tinted. Done. 3M clear protective front nose/hood cover. Done. Hydraulic hood springs. Done. Dynomat throughout the entire rear end of the vehicle. Done. That about does it... For me adding speed mod's is just not worth it. With 500 hp from the factory.. I am good but I love seeing what others do.. I can't believe they are making one with 650. Insane. I think my next mod is an air-freshener
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I am about mod'd out... Lowering springs... Done. Airaid CAI.... Done. High performance clutch. Done. Upper and lower side scoops and mirror covers. Done. Windows tinted. Done. 3M clear protective front nose/hood cover. Done. Hydraulic hood springs. Done. Dynomat throughout the entire rear end of the vehicle. Done. That about does it... For me adding speed mod's is just not worth it. With 500 hp from the factory.. I am good but I love seeing what others do.. I can't believe they are making one with 650. Insane. I think my next mod is an air-freshener
I never knew that!
Sweet, yeah, you should probably invest in a police radar... but what would be the point because you're already a cop!

Oh sh*t... does this mean the squad is finally going to strike me..?!?!?! NOOOOO I'm too young to diiieeeeee!!!!!!
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already own that.. does that count as a mod??? 9500ix Passport!!!! well worth it.. I always wave hello as I slowly drive by them..
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Jealous!
Slowly.. mhmmm... whatever. Ha!
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Lol, I can help in anyway possible except getting the order to ship to you faster. Well, that is unless you want to buy me a plane ticket to AZ next time you order parts. If you do that, I only request that it is first class and you inform them that I take pretzels, not peanuts(allergic). I'm pretty flexible when it comes to travel arrangements
Haha now that's customer service. Being in Georgia I get my parts within a day or 3 tops. Usually a day ahead of what it says.
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Thanks for the input, Danny!
I will forward this information to my Parts Team, but I don't see it happening. That size of wheel will only fit a mustang with exact/specific offsets/backspacing(which CCW does because they custom-make all those measurements based upon customer needs) and unfortunately, there wouldn't be enough demand to make them happen. I'll see what our Parts Team says though, they may be able to pull it off!
Thanks again for the input!



It's Wednesday!!!! I hope you got your louvers!



Thanks for the input, Robb! What mid-pipe set is that? Doesn't look like a pro-chamber? If you have a link to it or a part number for that specific mid-pipe, please let me know. It looks to be of fairly decent build-quality-design!
That mid-pipe "X" pipe is from "mandrelexhaustsystems.com", very similar to the one Magnaflow sells but ALOT cheaper. Great craftsmanship. The MAC ProChamber that is universal has a part#PC3393

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my cars a 04 can you turbo a stock v6 mustang and how long will it last. what should i do to the motor to make it last running 6 to 10 psi thanks.
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It really just depends on how hard you push the engine. If youre going to turbo it, its only gonna last so long on the stock setup. I would build up to it, have some internals forged, then add the turbo. You will see much better results than just adding a turbo itself.
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Yayayayayayayay!
I have the biggest smile in the world right now! I've been wanting a stang with these ever since I fell in love with em!
Looklooklook
That's awesome! He looks great, Savannah!
I can't believe you literally installed those within the first 5 hours of getting them, lol. That is true dedication/excitement right there! That's what we like to see!

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I am about mod'd out... Lowering springs... Done. Airaid CAI.... Done. High performance clutch. Done. Upper and lower side scoops and mirror covers. Done. Windows tinted. Done. 3M clear protective front nose/hood cover. Done. Hydraulic hood springs. Done. Dynomat throughout the entire rear end of the vehicle. Done. That about does it... For me adding speed mod's is just not worth it. With 500 hp from the factory.. I am good but I love seeing what others do.. I can't believe they are making one with 650. Insane. I think my next mod is an air-freshener
Steve, your car has definitely come along very nicely so far! You gonna be bringing it out to the show this year!?

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Haha now that's customer service. Being in Georgia I get my parts within a day or 3 tops. Usually a day ahead of what it says.
My parents used to live in Cobb County, I've made it from Southeastern PA to Atlanta in about 10 hours! I could have your package to you in less than a half day if we did in-person deliveries

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That mid-pipe "X" pipe is from "mandrelexhaustsystems.com", very similar to the one Magnaflow sells but ALOT cheaper. Great craftsmanship. The MAC ProChamber that is universal has a part#PC3393

Now, These Will Sell Like CRAZY!!
Awesome, thanks so much for the information! I just added them to my list of new product suggestions for my New Parts Team! I'm sure they will be able to get them on the site in no time! Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any suggestions/questions/comments/concerns in the future! Have a wonderful holiday!

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my cars a 04 can you turbo a stock v6 mustang and how long will it last. what should i do to the motor to make it last running 6 to 10 psi thanks.
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It really just depends on how hard you push the engine. If youre going to turbo it, its only gonna last so long on the stock setup. I would build up to it, have some internals forged, then add the turbo. You will see much better results than just adding a turbo itself.
Most stock engines(stock internally) can take about 7-10psi of boost before things start going really badly. It would be a very good idea(for reliability AND performance purposes) to do it right and build the motor first, but that is going to be expensive. Turboing a car isn't cheap and buying just a turbo kit will not cut it. You will need:
Fuel injectors
Fuel pump
engine management
intake
exhaust(headers/downpipe, rest of exhaust)
gauges
upgraded DS/rear diff/axles
upgraded clutch/flywheel
upgraded engine internals(to handle more boost/make more power)
Intercooler piping
oil lines
coolant lines
gauges
a tune



and even other smaller things that I haven't listed.
Turboing a car is the best/most efficient way to get power, but it's definitely not the cheapest/easiest to do. You need to know what you are doing, unless you have endless amounts of money to throw at the car/someone to install everything/fix the issues when it breaks for you.


I hope me being so striaghtforward helps!
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That's awesome! He looks great, Savannah!
I can't believe you literally installed those within the first 5 hours of getting them, lol. That is true dedication/excitement right there! That's what we like to see!
Hell yeah! Actually less than 30 minutes sooo
What can I say I've been wanting them FOREVER!
thankyouthnakyouthankyou again Chris!!
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Hell yeah! Actually less than 30 minutes sooo
What can I say I've been wanting them FOREVER!
thankyouthnakyouthankyou again Chris!!


My pleasure, Savannah! Glad I could help you out with something you wanted this holiday season!
Now go out there and pay it forward in the world! Put a smile one someone elses' face now that you have had your chance
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That's awesome! He looks great, Savannah!
I can't believe you literally installed those within the first 5 hours of getting them, lol. That is true dedication/excitement right there! That's what we like to see!

Steve, your car has definitely come along very nicely so far! You gonna be bringing it out to the show this year!?

If I am not in Afghanistan I will

My parents used to live in Cobb County, I've made it from Southeastern PA to Atlanta in about 10 hours! I could have your package to you in less than a half day if we did in-person deliveries

Awesome, thanks so much for the information! I just added them to my list of new product suggestions for my New Parts Team! I'm sure they will be able to get them on the site in no time! Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any suggestions/questions/comments/concerns in the future! Have a wonderful holiday!

Most stock engines(stock internally) can take about 7-10psi of boost before things start going really badly. It would be a very good idea(for reliability AND performance purposes) to do it right and build the motor first, but that is going to be expensive. Turboing a car isn't cheap and buying just a turbo kit will not cut it. You will need:
Fuel injectors
Fuel pump
engine management
intake
exhaust(headers/downpipe, rest of exhaust)
gauges
upgraded DS/rear diff/axles
upgraded clutch/flywheel
upgraded engine internals(to handle more boost/make more power)
Intercooler piping
oil lines
coolant lines
gauges
a tune

and even other smaller things that I haven't listed.
Turboing a car is the best/most efficient way to get power, but it's definitely not the cheapest/easiest to do. You need to know what you are doing, unless you have endless amounts of money to throw at the car/someone to install everything/fix the issues when it breaks for you.

I hope me being so striaghtforward helps!


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If I am not in Afghanistan I will!
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That's awesome! He looks great, Savannah!
I can't believe you literally installed those within the first 5 hours of getting them, lol. That is true dedication/excitement right there! That's what we like to see!

Steve, your car has definitely come along very nicely so far! You gonna be bringing it out to the show this year!?

My parents used to live in Cobb County, I've made it from Southeastern PA to Atlanta in about 10 hours! I could have your package to you in less than a half day if we did in-person deliveries

Awesome, thanks so much for the information! I just added them to my list of new product suggestions for my New Parts Team! I'm sure they will be able to get them on the site in no time! Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any suggestions/questions/comments/concerns in the future! Have a wonderful holiday!

Most stock engines(stock internally) can take about 7-10psi of boost before things start going really badly. It would be a very good idea(for reliability AND performance purposes) to do it right and build the motor first, but that is going to be expensive. Turboing a car isn't cheap and buying just a turbo kit will not cut it. You will need:
Fuel injectors
Fuel pump
engine management
intake
exhaust(headers/downpipe, rest of exhaust)
gauges
upgraded DS/rear diff/axles
upgraded clutch/flywheel
upgraded engine internals(to handle more boost/make more power)
Intercooler piping
oil lines
coolant lines
gauges
a tune

and even other smaller things that I haven't listed.
Turboing a car is the best/most efficient way to get power, but it's definitely not the cheapest/easiest to do. You need to know what you are doing, unless you have endless amounts of money to throw at the car/someone to install everything/fix the issues when it breaks for you.

I hope me being so striaghtforward helps!
And you could make it all the way home with 4 to spare. LOL.. yeah you could chill on my couch, as well probably not as fun as chillin on jets couch.
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How about an aftermarket replacement led third brake that fits the crab claw 95 cobra spoiler. There are so many people with LEDs out and no way of replacing without hacking it apart and having an electronics place repair it then epoxy it back together and hope it holds and docent look like crap.
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how about a pedal assembly for a manual conversion. the only place i know of to get one is junkyards and cjponyparts.
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A strut tower brace for a 95 style cobra would be good!
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And you could make it all the way home with 4 to spare. LOL.. yeah you could chill on my couch, as well probably not as fun as chillin on jets couch.
Yea, it's not too bad of a drive! I should just start hand-delivering all of these orders. I could deliver so much more quickly than UPS and I could bring the products to you in a Mustang. That would be the best delivery service ever!

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We hope to have you there, Steve! Have a great weekend, brother!

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How about an aftermarket replacement led third brake that fits the crab claw 95 cobra spoiler. There are so many people with LEDs out and no way of replacing without hacking it apart and having an electronics place repair it then epoxy it back together and hope it holds and docent look like crap.
Great idea, Torrbo! Let me see what I can do! Did you have a manufacturer's number for the spoiler or a link to it for sale, so that I know exactly what spoiler it is you're looking at. Shoot me a PM and let me know!

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How about black chrome version^
Great ideas, all added to my parts suggestions list! Thanks for the input, everybody!

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Maximum Motorsports- Strut Tower Brace!

Just got me one today, hurray!
You would be looking at the model# 94-95 Mustang Cobra
Did you have a part number for that strut-tower brace? The underlined section of your post is not a part number. Let me know and I can add it to my list!

Thanks for the input, everybody!
Let me know if you have any ideas in the future!
Have a great weekend!
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Any chance they make the sequential tail lights for 99 cobras? i was getting them for my 6, but am about to trade it for the cobra and noticed it wasnt included in the fitment range.

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The taillights in my 03 cobra look identical to any 99-04 taillight
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Did you have a part number for that strut-tower brace? The underlined section of your post is not a part number. Let me know and I can add it to my list!


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Yes, the Cobra taillights are different than the GT, V6, Bullitt, Mach1 taillights in that they use a different number of bulbs and a different rear light wiring harness. There are sequential kits out there for the Cobra, but we don't carry any at this time, unfortunately. However, I have added them to my new parts suggestion list for my New Parts Team so be sure to keep an eye on the site for them to be available in the near future! Thanks for the inquiry and please let me know if you have any questions/input in the future! Have a great weekend!


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Thanks, Robb! I'll get this stuff info to my Parts Team ASAP! I appreciate the assistance! Please let me know if there is any other suggestions you had! Have a great afternoon!
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Please take the V6 owners request for exhaust parts seriously. Longtube headers are sold by years broken up between 94-04 & '98 is left out. Longtube headers and sets of primaries that include cats and "X" or "H" that bolt up to stock headers. Both of these options give any V6 owner the start needed to bolt on any GT catback. Thanks, love you long time.
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Please take the V6 owners request for exhaust parts seriously. Longtube headers are sold by years broken up between 94-04 & '98 is left out. Longtube headers and sets of primaries that include cats and "X" or "H" that bolt up to stock headers. Both of these options give any V6 owner the start needed to bolt on any GT catback. Thanks, love you long time.
LOL! Robb, I love you, too sir! You just gotta trust me! When I say I'm doing something or I'm adding it to my Parts Suggestion List, I am!

Now, if we never carry them, you can yell at our New Parts Team(newproducts@americanmuscle.com) because I gave them those two mid-pipes you posted previously and two separate suggestions lists! If they don't do anything with it, it's up to them, not me unfortunately.

That being said, you now have their direct email and can take your ideas directly to them. I would still like to get them here in the thread, but that way you can know they got your suggestions directly!
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Im going to go out on a limb and say flamethrower for back pipes, I saw it on pimp my ride and it looked beast
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Im going to go out on a limb and say flamethrower for back pipes, I saw it on pimp my ride and it looked beast
Hot licks exhaust has that
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Re: suggestions for new products

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Im going to go out on a limb and say flamethrower for back pipes, I saw it on pimp my ride and it looked beast
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Hot licks exhaust has that
Anybody got a link or a part number........Bueller....................Bueller?


I could go searching for it, but I want to make you guys(and gal) work for all these new parts I keep bringing in for you
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There's a link to hit licks exhaust

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