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OP, anything back from the seller yet??? I'd be willing to pay that full list price for a 1 of 2 car. Thats just me though. And itd probably be a nice car man. But roushs dont respond very well to pulley changes. Max boost is like 12 with the smallest pulley known to man and make a decent amount of heat. lol so just leave it stock and enjoy it.
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Originally Posted by PurpleIcedGT
Saying there is a 1whp difference between the X and H and trying to justify it as a performance difference, is like walking 100 feet to your car and eating a cheeseburger while saying its fine because you just did "cardio".
I paid 11k for my stock 04 40th anniv. ed. gt with 38k, an i'd say this car is obviously worth more than mine an its close to the same price with a clean title??? DONT BE CHEAP!
Man.... Granted that we're in different parts of the country i'd say that pretty for 11 grand. How long ago did you get it? I also have an 04 sonic blue gt, I bought it 3.5 years ago (little over 28k miles) and paid $15,000. Though i'd do it again because I've never seen another sonic blue mustang that has a 2toned (mustang emboarded) leather seats (sonic blue & black) before. Plus, it came with factory tires and 18in American racing rims on Nitto's. Can't beat the color: sonic blue.
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