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That looks awesome. I'm saving for one for my '05
Pacesetter makes Longtube Headers for the 4.0. They're pretty cheap too but I've heard LT's make the 4.0 sound terrible. Nice power gains though
Silver and dark blue
To answer your question, yes but I wouldn't spend $400+ on a new one
Either can be pulled off...
Any pics and which rims are you looking at?
And I once thought Cali seemed like somewhere I'd like to live :rolleyes:
I've been having lots of problems with my 5R55S AOD trans in my '05 4.0. :mad:
You're not alone
I'm very picky about exhaust. I have a H pipe with GT mufflers and I love it
I had them on mine and removed them this summer when it was warm. Claybarred the area afterwards and it looks fine, despite them being on for 5+...
Looks like my auto trans is done and I might end up going this route
Always wanted a 5 sp, but not necessarily now
I was expecting much worse, but I'd still never buy it let alone but 20's on a sport/performance car
Seems to be a fairly common problem, the bumpers don't perfectly line up for some people
No prob, I put them on my '05 4.0
Bump, anyone know the original question? Not looking forward to winter rearing it's ugly head and want to take...
2005 Mustang V6 basic upgraded to MyColor gauge cluster writeup with pics - Ford Mustang Forums
Are they the one's that came with the GT Premiums and California Specials? Pretty sure those are the ones you're talking about. If so, they're...
I got my GT front as a painted takeoff on ebay for $230 shipped. Very satisfied
I'd vote for the Shelby.
-Looks better (imo)
-Hold it's value better
-Better base to build power
Details on the car?
Do you have leathers?
And as far as a stock airbox, check craigslist. I see them on there pretty often and they go for cheap
Definitely a tune from a GOOD shop. Other than that, gears, t-lok, suspension, good tires, weight reduction etc. Easiest way to run with GT's is F/I...