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Is your name Uncle Ben?
Yep too much sticker shock.
Is it the backspacing?
Will 17x8 2005-07 Bullitt wheels (OEM) fit my 2002?
I've been searching the usual places for a 2002 stock wheel for a V6. You know the star pattern 16" wheel. But what I have been fidning is that there...
Maybe what your father meant is that it won't sound like a V8.
Hey it is a V6 which will never have the sound of a 60s muscle car.
Also try visiting a the Vintage Mustang Forum:nice: (not part of Stang.Net) or other Classic Mustang Forums for more insight into the classics.
Hey if ya don't ask ya don't learn.
2002 Mustang....what is the chasis # or designation that it is identified as?
Agree on the assumption of a crack...but like noted have it checked.
Can someone tell me the gear ratios on a stock 2002 V6 5 speed?
Well I'm not sure where they cracked but a week after buying my V6 used the ticking was drving me crazy. Yeah the manifolds were cracked. Seems to be...
Oh yeah get the 20s or even bigger (the better). That Calastoga Wagon look is the bomb. Heck why bother with rubber....get a wood tire.
Now if I could afford a Z06.....:rlaugh: :rlaugh: :rlaugh: :rlaugh:
Lots of window stickers.......hey it makes the ricers go faster.:rlaugh: :rlaugh:
You've wanted V6 Mustang for 35 years????:rolleyes:
Now that's clairvoyant.:)
Why didn't you just get a V8?
Uh-oh. Now you got me wondering.
I just bought a 2000 V6 in the fall that has dual. I'll have to check the routing versus the fuel line.
I was looking at Sacchi S25 Hypersilver.
Sort of a BBS styled wheel in silver with machined lip.
You need to investigate AWD more.
Either you just have a V6 because of economical reasons
You just love V6s.
But I don't see the logical reasoning for spending big bucks on...
I prefer a manual for smaller cars. Makes them more fun.
Now if I had a Impala SS or Crown Vic, then Auto.