Discussion in '1974 - 1978 Mustang II Talk & Tech' started by parthos, Apr 15, 2005.
I had a buddy of mine take a couple of late night vids of my II, where's a good place to host?
alright, got a host, http://www.uploadhut.com/upload/68942.avi?188.8.131.52 http://www.uploadhut.com/upload/68958.avi?184.108.40.206
best to play in a player that can turn up the brightness
Awesome, sounds good what are your mods?? Any ET's?
No slips yet, I'll have some at the end of May, too many mods to list, 302, DSS pistons, isky cam, AFR 165 heads, headman headers, homemade exhust, stealth intake, 750 holley carb, etc... the whole point of the car is to give it a sleeper look, still running hubcaps, even found some identical 14 inch hubcaps off a granada for the rims I have in back. I'm shooting for 7.6 to 7.8 in the 1/8th, we'll see if it happens though.
they are only hosted for a short amount of time.
if you'd like I can permanently host them for you.
email them to me [email protected]
here they are.
That was awesome.
I'd like to know your exhaust setup. it sounds like an X-pipe
The car has a full exhaust system (homemade) the H pipe is a summit generic one, 2.5 inch in diameter, with mandral bends, and hooker max flow mufflers. The car has a super distinct sound, I dunno what gives it the tone, since a buddy had a chevelle with the same mufflers, and it doesn't sound close. The tone changes at about 3000 rpm, it gets real sharp and umm... chrisp??? For lack of better terms.
IICrazy, thanks for the host.
Most people say an x pipe makes more power, but I'm a follower of KISS... "keep it simple stuipd" I dunno how big the x pipe is, or how it will fit in a II, the H pipe was easy, and works.
bah never got them I own a 65 mustang a 74 mach 1 and a 2002 gt I would like them. Email me at [email protected]
I'd say it definitely sounds like a relative of my II.
I would post vids too, but I took down my site, so I'm sort of without any host space at the moment.
email me the videos. [email protected] I'll host teh vid's for you
here you go.
II Crazy, you have any idea how to get a video off a camcorder and onto a computer in movie format?
I can perhaps answer that.
I have an old Voodoo3500 video card installed in my daughter's PC, and it has a built-in video capture feature on it.
If your video card doesnt have the video capture feature, you can buy a video capture card and install it in your computer.
It will probably capture in .avi format, and you can then use movie software to compress it into .mpg format.
If anyone has videos, I'll host them and put them together into some kind of compilation.