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Old 03-01-2007, 04:25 AM   #41
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NX wet kit 75hp 100hp or 150hp I only ran the 150hp jets though did not see any reason to use the other two.
so you didnt start w. the 75 and work up, yano just to make sure nothing went wrong... u are one smart guy...
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Old 03-01-2007, 04:25 AM   #42
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If you read what I wrote BFG radial t/a Not BFG t/a Drag radialsthere is a difference, the t/a radials have 400 treadware they are regular street tires. your 18 year old runs that yea thats with exhaust, exhaust makes a huge difference over the factory cats. When I ran some Dr a few yrs back it was 1.8s 60' mid 12's
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Old 03-01-2007, 04:31 AM   #43
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If you read what I wrote BFG radial t/a Not BFG t/a Drag radials there is a difference, the t/a radials have 400 treadware they are regular street tires. your 18 year old runs that yea thats with exhaust, exhaust makes a huge difference over the factory cats. When I ran some Dr a few yrs back it was 1.8s 60' mid 12's
my mistake, thought u said/meant DRs... and yea your right exhaust makes a HUGE differance... an entire0.20 stock for stock(air silencer, mufflers, whole nine yards) it ran a ****ty 14.7... that is a huge differance your right, wtf was i thinking?...
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Old 03-02-2007, 03:21 AM   #44
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austin doesnt bullsh1t..
hes been banging gears for longer than most people have owned their mustangs on this forum
when he tells you somethin you better believe it
the m0ther****er is crazy!
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its offered in the carthage area by southwestern bell, i believe.. have you checked into that?
oh and austin.. we might have dialup available in your area.. i'll check tomorrow.. you could use my complimentary account if we do..






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Old 03-03-2007, 01:08 AM   #45
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WOW either you beat the f... out of it or you need driving lessons.
thats what she said...

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Old 03-03-2007, 02:53 AM   #46
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he said to just replace it... the one thats in there is the facotry one. he also said that that cable is self adjusting.
He is probably right.
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