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Old 03-04-2010, 08:08 PM
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yea from the rate that things are going at right now, i hope to have her up and running again for next summer (lol unless i win the lotto ) most of the frame work should be done within the next two months actually. just ordered the new rad support today. pretty stoked on life sofar lol
That's awesome!Keep taking pics of the progress!!Love watching/looking at builds.
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Old 03-05-2010, 07:53 PM
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That's awesome!Keep taking pics of the progress!!Love watching/looking at builds.
pics shouldn't be a problem i've been hassled by a friend lately tellin me that i dont take enough pics of my life, she usually comes over and takes all the pics for me. hope i can get some more work done on sunday if the skies are clear
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Old 03-05-2010, 09:19 PM
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sweet your car is just like mine right now



well minus the front


hmmm maybe i should start a thread ?
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Old 03-06-2010, 03:32 PM
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Originally Posted by -PLOTNIK- View Post
sweet your car is just like mine right now



well minus the front


hmmm maybe i should start a thread ?
lol why not? build threads are epic. and i wish mine was in as good of shape as urs is lol i miss puttin her sideways..
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Old 03-06-2010, 03:35 PM
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Originally Posted by SNAKEBITE View Post
It is going to be nice to see it put back together and running. What do you expect for hp?
lol srry i missed ur post. I'm not 100% on what i want to do with a power adder, if i want to go with a turbo or M112 eaton. but 400 RWHP is my goal. i'm kinda leaning towards the M112, basically because the kit is cheaper, the install i can do myself, and i LOOOOVVEE that blower whine... finally got to ride in a GT with a whipple and omg that was sweet!
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Old 03-08-2010, 11:01 PM
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Crafty,

Sorry to hear about your accident..something similar happened to mine and insurance fixed it so all is good. I'm running the VAP Windstar Intake, Steeda underdrive pulley, dual exhaust, 4:10 with T-Lok, tubular upper and lower control arms and hurst short throw..drives really nice and is dyno'd at 231 RWHP. Looking to do Tom Morana Stage 3 heads, cam and roller rockers..hoping to be in the ballpark of 300RWHP..
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Originally Posted by Blackheart4355 View Post
Crafty,

Sorry to hear about your accident..something similar happened to mine and insurance fixed it so all is good. I'm running the VAP Windstar Intake, Steeda underdrive pulley, dual exhaust, 4:10 with T-Lok, tubular upper and lower control arms and hurst short throw..drives really nice and is dyno'd at 231 RWHP. Looking to do Tom Morana Stage 3 heads, cam and roller rockers..hoping to be in the ballpark of 300RWHP..
hey sounds like a sweet deal. i've always wondered what tom morana's stuff is like for quality. you'll have to post up if you get them.
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hey sounds like a sweet deal. i've always wondered what tom morana's stuff is like for quality. you'll have to post up if you get them.
^^^ x2 for me. I am also wondering.
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well i got to spend some time on the stang today. she's starting to look pretty bare. engine is almost ready to get yanked out. only need to disconnect the exhaust, trans, and motor mounts. I also got started on the interior as well. pulled the back seats, center console, and passenger side seat as well. the carpet and seats are deff going to be replaced at some point... black carpet and either 05+ leather seats, or recaro race buckets lol.




looks kinda f'd lol




ok as for the hood. i needed a good engine cover. so now i have the garbage bag lol, the hood, and my car cover _

this is the look i'm after. minus the cobra wing. IMO the cobra wing looks out of place without the cobra rear bumper..


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Old 03-14-2010, 09:24 PM
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That stang is a good example of a nice clean looking stang.Don't know the dude,but see his car posted on many U.S forums.It's definitely a nice choice of an example to go with.And awesome job so far!!
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