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General Information

Year
1999
Make
Ford
Model
Mustang Cobra
After selling the '96, here's what my '99 has to offer...

441rwhp/393rwtq as of 6/11/2010

Current mod list:
Roush Side-Skirts & Rear Valances
Stalker II Front Bumper & Hood, custom dents
Maximum Motorsports Suspension
Bassani side-exhaust & X-pipe
4.10 gears
Steeda TriAx
Mach1 seats
04 Cobra wheels and Nitto NT05 tires
Built 04 Cobra IRS, w/Differential brace & MM Bushings
New T-45
Spec Stage 2 + clutch & aluminum flywheel (Ford Racing TOB)
Vortech V2 SCi @ 10psi, intercooled
Engine shiny stuff and mismatched interior awesomeness.


Member of local Pacific NW enthusiast organization Stang Nation

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Very Nice Snake, Looks Good In Hot Red. You have done a lot of work on her and its nice to see that you daaded, and did not disctract from herf natural beauty. Good work, well planned and that is the key, planning. Never do something you can't un-do to a Cobra, you don't want to Hisss her off,ha, ha.
 

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Question? I for got to ask you, why are you going to an aluminum drive sfat? I'm not saying its worng to do that, I'm just curious. Is it for the wheight, ballance, heat retention? I would think (don't often do that,but) I would think that the weight of the original drive shaft would be a factor in terms of maintain speed with less fuel due to the weight/rotation and better balance? Really, just curious. Thanks
 

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Pretty simple answer, ShowTire... This will be a track car and as such I'd simple like to lessen any and all rotational mass that I possibly can. Driveshafts are relatively cheap, and a quick install. And whilst I am at it, safety loop will be accompanying that install.
 

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sweet ride yourself and thanks for the compliments
 
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