Just logged in after forever. Still have the car, added long tube headers team z front k member and coilovers with strange shocks. Oh, and window tint. Getting a bunch of restoration stuff, door lock solenoids, side skirt pop rivets new seat belt ect. Next mod should be a high stall torque converter. Been kicking around idea of getting wide band and pro racer package to learn some new stuff.
Still alive here. Been gone for a while, life and my job got in the way, but I'm still around. Actually planning on doing a Supercharger install that I was already putting together before life got in the way. I'm going to be installing a Vortech V-2 with a treadstone intercooler with methanol injetion as well as a whole return style fuel setup (tank to injectors), new cams, some more gauges, torque box re-enforcent, subframe connectors and more. Gonna try and do a write up along with it.
I recently finally got my password reset, it’s been a few years since I’ve been very active here. The mustang has taken a back seat to the new house unfortunately but soon I’ll be giving it some love lol. Anytime I have a real tech question I still look here first before posting on a Facebook group
I'm curious if GT350's have some intrinsic value that modding one would destroy if I ever wanted to sell it. Are they not that sought after since the GT500 exists?
I'm trying to decide if I should buy a GT350 and mod it or just buy a GT and have even more money to mod that.
A second question is...
I'm trying to decide if this car is worth getting at this price over the S550 with more miles. I've looked around online Xender – Download Xender App for Android, iOS, PC & Mac 2019 for '14 GT Convertible but can't seem to nail down what a good price is. Hopefully y'all's collective wisdom can...
F.Y.I. Lowe's now sells transponder ignition keys for Mustangs. They are also able to program it as long as you have 1 working key. My two local ford dealers wanted $145 for the key I bought mine at Lowe's for $75. It's still high but 1/2 what the dealers want.