I would take it back and have a new filter put on.
That filter could be defective and the engine isn't getting the oil it requires.
What oil filter are you using?
If it is a Fram, I can guarantee that is your problem.
Just remember that some people have not been too happy with the flowmaster's on their GT's.
Just go buy a V8 mustang.
All this work will cost you more in the long run.
I am actually smelling a little bull**** here.
Sounds like a...
I hope they fixed all the broken stuff inside and replaced your brakes.
Ah, ok, because on some of the GM MAF's, they have a screen on the upstream side to straighten the airflow path so the MAF doesn't take a reading...
Sounds smart to me as long as you try to copy the ALP dimensions.
You sure it isn't intended for straightening the air flow path for proper MAF sensor readings?
HERE HERE!!! :hail2:
You disgust me. :notnice:
Bet you would change your tune quick if it was your car ripping around the city by some moron. :rolleyes:
You have to give it time.
It won't just vanish instantly.
Did you use the mist for the final phase?
orange with black stripes = sex
The thing is, you are only supposed to use a SMALL amount of soap.
You quickly spray it on the area you are washing, you spray it on the wash mit...
You are with Ford?
Get the SLP loudmouth instead of the flowmasters.
Don't use auto car washes.
They use strong chemicals which will damage clearcoat.
We need this car in NA BADLY.......
I would buy it.
Hey guys, sorry for the late reply.
The two dealers are in the Sudbury, Ontario, Canada area.
The thing is, I don't like to be hassled by...
I go to the Ford Dealership to testdrive and possibly buy a new 2005 Mustang GT and no one even bothers coming out of their office or cubicle?...
Just make sure to replace the PCV valve every year and you will never get oil consumption.