Yeah, I remember the whole deep dish wheel thing. I had the anthracite ones as soon as I could get my hands on them. A year or two later I replaced...
Well, I recently traded her in for an S2k.....here's the last (and probably only) decent shot I have:
Okay, somebody brought up the old 6.17 gear thread which sent me an e-mail, so I figured I'd look around a bit.
Anyone from back in the day still...
Anyone who thinks 4.10's put some huge dent in fuel milage: you're an idiot, plain and simple.
My experience says that NO, they don't.
So the 94+ dashes are built like a Rolls Royce?
Looks good, that first riced out one looked like crap.
But $9,000 for a bodykit, wheels, and catback.......:bs:
I stop after a 1/4 mile. Racing from a roll against ricers.......wow, what an accomplishment :rolleyes: Why even bother.
I think the interior looks better than ours. More retro, yeah.....but at least there's different kinds of plastic. :rolleyes: Ours is the same...
05 = Faster
I've got one :banana:
I used Mobil 1 synthetic ATF, the fluid fill level should be 3.2 to 3.4 quarts. :nice:
Why? Dumping money into a V6 when there's a GT for only a couple grand more, it does seem kind of pointless. Especially now, with the 05's V8 :drool:
So what you're saying is the cylinder wall itself is made of aluminum? Go tell that to the guys at Ford, I'm sure they'll get a kick out of it....
Mils? Are you talking about what you would need a mil eliminator for? That's emissions, not gears. :scratch:
...but the GT's and Cobras reward you with a lot more when you put your foot down :nice:
I agree with checking Painless out first, they put together some pretty neat stuff.
Otherwise, break out the wire cutters and go to town :nice:
There's no such thing as "fast enough." 13's isn't fast enough because you want 12's, then you want 11's, then 10's......
I finally heard an 05 the other day......the sound alone is worth the price. One of the best OEM exhaust notes I've ever heard.
You're welcome :banana:
Gee, a group of enthusiasts not necessarily being open-minded to "practical, average buyers"......what a shocker :shock: