V6 (1994-2004) MustangsTechnical discussions on the 3.8L and 3.9L V6 torque monsters Sponsored by Optima Batteries
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cool lotta good info here! nah its my friends car, I have a 98 v6 but it was a lucky find for me as i got it at a good price and it runs excellent! havnt been able to find a gt for a good price at all around here so decided to keep mine for a few years and put money into making it look nice
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Yep, but a lot of older cars can really be brought up to modern standards with a gear change, the gear ratios they used back then was mostly to compensate for poor fuel mileage that the newer cars tech has helped resolve.
Unfortunately fuel mileage can be an issue with modifying an older car to perform with newer cars.
04 3.9l Convertible- Daily driver
94 5.0l Convertible- Work in progress
92 5.0l Hatchback- Another work in progress
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