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Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by Mike3800, Dec 12, 2003.


  1. Integraholic

    Integraholic I own the place Founding Member

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    Forget what every retard and their mother is saying. Buy an old Nissan 300ZX turbo car and fix it up. WAY more fun.
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    assuming it would be a fixer upper, the parts would cost him a left nut.
    you own one of those too don't you? how is it in terms of repair costs?
    i've fixed a couple older nissans for friends and family. the parts cost alot.
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  3. Integraholic

    Integraholic I own the place Founding Member

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    Um, no, they're cheap. Z31.com classifieds rule.
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  4. Mike3800

    Mike3800 Founding Member

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    OK... that was enough to snap me back to my senses.

    A GTP/Buick Regal GS and 150$ for a pulley + a drop in K&N to start with will do the trick.
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  5. Mike3800

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    Gotta have a back seat. Those cars are AWESOME however. I saw a very modified but very stock looking one dyno over 400RWHP IN PERSON.
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  6. Integraholic

    Integraholic I own the place Founding Member

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    So buy an older turbo 2+2.
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  7. 97v6Silver

    97v6Silver it came to $4.56 and i got $0.44 change from a 5,

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    or the srt-4 dodge, it's not rice, it's domestic, dual throaty sounding exhaiust and enoguh power to spank a stock 03 gt, i believe...
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    Get A Nissan Skyline R33 Or 34 Gtr. **** All That. 11.5 1/4 With Only Intake, Downpipe, And Exhaust Proven On The Track For A Mere 60k. Lol
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    u mean 90 thou
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    I think buick revieras are the same deal. but you might not like the look of that car.
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  11. Mike3800

    Mike3800 Founding Member

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    I like the look but it's toooooo heavy for that engine, it's even heavier than the Bonneville. Seriously.

    I'd buy a used Eldorado before the Riv. Still a nice low 15 second luxury car.
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    ive never seen a rivera but if your goin for the sleeper look im guessin thats about as good as it gets stock
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  13. Mike3800

    Mike3800 Founding Member

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    Ya **** all dat ****... I otta buy a house in Malibu too huh? :rlaugh:
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  14. Mike3800

    Mike3800 Founding Member

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    Have you seen a Regal GS?

    If you have seen a 99 or newer Buick Century you have seen a Buick Regal GS... to ME that's the ultimate sleeper car.
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    o yeah ive seen a century.
    also on the note of sleepers my firends mom has a lincoln mark 8 32v v8 that gets pretty sick. also taurus(sp?) sho's r kinda sleeper dont no why they stopped makin em
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  16. mustang50v8

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    i "raced" 2001 nissan sentra se-r spec v in our 97 olds aurora (sniff...i miss that car) it was from a stop light up to the speed limit, which was 55 mph, ok so i "raced to 60...but anyways i kicked his ass, man you shoulda seen the look on his face when i stopped messin with him at 60 and he kept going. i mean a 250 hp 4.0 v8 in a luxury sedan kicking his ass. that was a good day and for some strange reason i attract spec-v's but it was the same deal, except this time i was in my moms new car a 2001 infiniti i30 there was 4 of us in the car and my mom had 2 golf bags in the trunk and i "raced" him to 60 mph and i had him until like 45 mph then he started comming back to beat me, but come on, the infiniti only has 225hp in a 3.0 v6 but still i think it was pretty good
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    yah, they aren't the lightest looking 2doors.

    having a car that is too heavy for the engine is something we can all relate to if ya catch my drift, :)

    i forgot about bonnevilles too, the SSEI or watever have the 3.8 S/C'd too. they are a pretty soft ride, and they got a good factory sound system. but now we're realling crosing the line into family cars.

    do whatever floats your boat. its your money hehe.
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  18. Mike3800

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    I have a family. :D
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  19. aznzebra

    aznzebra New Member

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    try to get one with low miles if you're getting a 3.8 in that year range.
    the S/C'd ones tend to get blown head gaskets. (97-99)

    the crank bearings sometimes go out on those if the engine is too old .
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    If you're interested in drag racing then I don't see any point of going for R33 or R34 when you can have a lighter R32 GT-R for much less.
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