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Old 09-01-2014, 11:56 PM   #1
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Default 2002 Mustang GT vs 2007 Nissan 350z

Hey guys I have a question, a friend of mine just purchased a 2007 350z (auto) and he says he can take my 2002 Mustang GT (auto). what do you guys think? 350z Mods: muffler swap, cai, and tune. Mustang Mods: flowmaster 40 weld in mufflers, cai, 75 mm tb, and bama tune. I was debating on installing 4.10 or 4.30 gears and maybe an aftermarket torque converter. This is just for fun, I want to see from people with and without experience what do you guys think.
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Old 09-02-2014, 02:41 AM   #2
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350z is lighter and running over 300 hp I thing he would take ya.
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Hey guys I have a question, a friend of mine just purchased a 2007 350z (auto) and he says he can take my 2002 Mustang GT (auto). what do you guys think? 350z Mods: muffler swap, cai, and tune. Mustang Mods: flowmaster 40 weld in mufflers, cai, 75 mm tb, and bama tune. I was debating on installing 4.10 or 4.30 gears and maybe an aftermarket torque converter. This is just for fun, I want to see from people with and without experience what do you guys think.
To the Track!! I think with Gears and a torque converter it would do really well but they've been known to make anywhere from 200-230 pending the type of dyno and I think it would be pretty close!

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Old 09-02-2014, 12:57 PM   #4
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Yeah man he'll take you. If he we're stick (and couldn't drive) I say you would have a chance. You will without a doubt need gears. You have the right idea. Slap some 410's or 30's in her and she'll feel like a different car. GL!
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Slap some 410's or 30's in her and she'll feel like a different car. GL!
This^ When I went Ford Racing 4.10's on my Bullitt it was like the car was sleeping for years and I'm not sure why I waited so long to do them. I think they're hands down the best mod for our cars!

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