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Old 04-07-2005, 04:03 PM   #11
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Nice looking car. I have the same hood and i've got to admit it's a very good find. I was lucky enough that this one guy from Syracuse was selling it on ebay and it was already painted to match my lazer red stang. Anyways welcome to the forums and good luck hooking her up. Are you thinking about lowering it once you put those 20's on???? Also what kind of tires do you have for them??
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Old 04-07-2005, 06:58 PM   #12
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You definitely need to get some gears next. Intake is good, but gears will make much more of a difference. Also, lower that thing!
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Old 04-07-2005, 08:49 PM   #13
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the tires i got are toyos. i wouldn't have gotten them cause i've heard some bad things about them but i'm paying dealer cost for them. And i will concider lowering her after i get the rims on but i dont know that i'll be able to concidering. 245/35/20. with a 25" clearance. i'm cutting it close already.
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Old 03-12-2013, 10:41 PM   #14
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Hi I'm new on this and I have a question for anyone who may have had this problem with their mustang. I have an 02 gt, stock Mach 1000 headunit and I noticed that when my car is running I will sometimes hear a loud humming or buzzing noise coming through my speaker. It will do it if I touch the break pedal or give the car use the power windows. And sometimes it will just do it randomly without touching anything, but If I shut the radio off the noise goes away a couple seconds after... Does anyone know what may be wrong? I'm thinking the headunit itself?... I just don't know, anyone's help would be greatly appreciated
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Hi I'm new on this and I have a question for anyone who may have had this problem with their mustang. I have an 02 gt, stock Mach 1000 headunit and I noticed that when my car is running I will sometimes hear a loud humming or buzzing noise coming through my speaker. It will do it if I touch the break pedal or give the car use the power windows. And sometimes it will just do it randomly without touching anything, but If I shut the radio off the noise goes away a couple seconds after... Does anyone know what may be wrong? I'm thinking the headunit itself?... I just don't know, anyone's help would be greatly appreciated
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Nice car man, I love the color.
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I'd consider lowering it.
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I will admit, that's a great looking GT and I love the hood. Now you guys do know that this thread is almost 8 years old right?
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I will admit, that's a great looking GT and I love the hood. Now you guys do know that this thread is almost 8 years old right?
lmfao wow no, I guess I overlooked that! My bad lol
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