LS1 in a Mustang, for real

Discussion in '2005 - 2009 Specific Tech' started by GM Dude, Jan 25, 2004.

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    That's Ashame!!
     
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    Does it sound like a trash truck. I guess they were tired of breaking driveline parts.
     
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    Thats great and all.

    But what does this have to do with the 2005 Mustang?
     
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    amen to that, its a former 4.6er so why isnt it in there? and IMO thats just wrong, if you want a LS1 get a camaro, if you wonna spend the same amount of money and beat a LS1, get a mustang :p
     
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    Should be an F-body with an 03 Cobra motor anytime now.... and they'll have to tub the hell out of it to get it to fit, doing much more tortuous damage to the car. Ha, I wait anxiously for that hour!

    Seriously though, it looks wrong.
     
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    Wrong forum, GM dude. Is the mullet interfering with your ability to read?
     
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    Nah, I figured that there were a lot of people that viewed this forum, and not others, so I posted it in here, and another one. Never plan on having a mullet, hell I've never owned a mustang, camaro, or a firebird.
     
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    LS1 ken neva loose
     
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    If your gonna build up an engine, why not work with what ya got? I think they should stick to brands, ford with a ford block, chevy with a chevy block, etc. They make plenty of go fast parts for eveyone, no need to switch hit. You want to build up with a crate motor, ford has their own... ;)
     
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    It really does not matter how many people read this forum. This should not be the basis for posting irrelevant information here. There are forums on stangnet specifically for off topic subjects.

    Please refrain from posting unless it has something to do with either the 2005 Mustang, or other future Ford products.
     
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