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post #12341 of 19030 Old April 29th, 2012, 03:01 AM
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make sure you get the one that will clear the m112
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Alright sweet. Think it'll make a difference if i change mine out? Still running the stock ones..
it be worth it for the sake of general maintenance. In the end they are just wires. Im replacing mine since mine are also the stock ones


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make sure you get the one that will clear the m112
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Holy crap you know you just reminded me, i haven't even researched if the Boss 3in Y2K hood would rise fast enough to clear the m112's snout and pulley lol thanks for that man


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To everyone who commented on my car the other day. Yeah, next up is tint. And I'm still deciding on smoking the tail lights. But I am forsure doing tint or deck lid next.. Oh and about the guy saying I saved the under shadow for the sig and not the rear. No I didn't dude, it was an accident I didn't pay enough attention to when I was cropping..



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Today I added the fender emblems, just came in the mail.



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Today I added the fender emblems, just came in the mail.
what year fender emblems are those? they seem small


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Today I added the fender emblems, just came in the mail.


I thought S197 fender emblems sat higher than where you have it right now... don't mind me though, I'm not too familiar with 05+s.

I think those wheels look SOOOOOO much better in black...

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painted my calipers and installed a Bama Performance tune from american muscle. An amazing product definitly worth the money. Everybody should buy a tuner from bama they are amazing and are willing to help you with any problems or questions. Brings your car back to life.
you should paint your rotors too. just did mine both my calipers and rotors just take a wire wheel on your drill grind off all the rust and paint the rotors with a black or metalic caliper paint makes a world of difference. dont forget to tape off the rotor where the brake makes contact and the lug studs.


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wait...you...Painted your rotors??!?


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wait...you...Painted your rotors??!?
He said he taped off the area where the brake makes contact.

Seems like a lot of work for little gain. Even though the painted portion is usually covered up by the wheel, that paint should help the rotor from freezing to the wheel from galvanic corrosion. I know I always coat that area with Never-seez, otherwise the aluminum wheel likes to fuse to the steel rotor.
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Sorry bro wont work, thats an IRS catback (99/01 and 03/04 Cobras). You need a SRA catback (Every other Mustang)


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Just had my windows tinted. 5% back, and a Clear up front. Thoughts?

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Sorry bro wont work, thats an IRS catback (99/01 and 03/04 Cobras). You need a SRA catback (Every other Mustang)
Figured, I knew that it was from the IRA just didn't know if it was worth the hassle of trying to make the tubing fit
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He said he taped off the area where the brake makes contact.

Seems like a lot of work for little gain. Even though the painted portion is usually covered up by the wheel, that paint should help the rotor from freezing to the wheel from galvanic corrosion. I know I always coat that area with Never-seez, otherwise the aluminum wheel likes to fuse to the steel rotor.
Your rotor hats(part that contacts the wheel) rusts and looks like poo if you dont paint it.

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Just had my windows tinted. 5% back, and a Clear up front. Thoughts?

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Figured, I knew that it was from the IRA just didn't know if it was worth the hassle of trying to make the tubing fit
The tubing itself is unusable, however the mufflers are. You can have a shop use them in a dumps set up if youd like


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Just had my windows tinted. 5% back, and a Clear up front. Thoughts?

That color is going to take me a little getting used to
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Beautiful car man


The tubing itself is unusable, however the mufflers are. You can have a shop use them in a dumps set up if youd like
60 bucks for cobra mufflers, Ehh not worth it. Is a dumbs set up worth it. I have been looking for set up and ideas. Could I do this my self with parts the pre made crap from Advanced? probably not worth it but worth a shot of asking.
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I wouldn't really recommend it, especially if you can't weld ^

and Green Stang, looks good. Tint the doors + black wheels = sex


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I wouldn't really recommend it, especially if you can't weld ^

and Green Stang, looks good. Tint the doors + black wheels = sex
I can weld, just debating if I want it dumped or out the back
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