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Old 02-16-2013, 02:32 PM
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Anyone have experience with these 5.0 with a pro charger? I went out on a splurge and bought a 94 gt with one already installed. I usually don't buy other peoples projects but I couldn't resist lol. I don't know alot about them but I don't see many mustangs with them. Pros and cons other than having stock internals? Car has a few other mods including full header back exhaust but I think Im going to have to change out the h pipe to install cats for inspection which sucks

I know a little about foxbodys as I used to have one a couple years ago and it was a 92 5.0 as well.
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Old 02-16-2013, 06:36 PM
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zzzzzzzzzz happening group of members lol. Hey I know it's not the most exciting conversation but humor me at least. Am I in trouble with this set up or is a good set up?
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Old 02-16-2013, 06:44 PM
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sounds like a decent set up, depending on quality of pro charger you may wear out stock parts quickly.
you should be ok for inspection the car is old enough at least in MA that I only have to pass safety, I run a catless exhaust and my car was passed last month. the one thing I am sure you can appreciate is having disc brakes, It is a nice upgrade from the foxes. welcome to the forum!
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Old 02-16-2013, 06:53 PM
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I'm running into an issue for inspection as it's catless as well. It'll fail visual unfortunately. I'm loving the interior because it's alot more comfortable than my fox. I haven't really driven it yet the way I want to. Just collecting dust in my garage for now. It has a full header back exhaust including slp catback. frigging loud maybe too loud lol. I'm hoping the motor wasn't beat on too bad but buying someone elses toy you know it was probably beat some
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Old 02-16-2013, 10:15 PM
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most mustangs will be beat on at some point, maintenance and care are what matter, doing all the little things you should be doing when they are supposed to be done.

Mine is a pretty loud too I bought it that way and I have come to love it, haha!

All in all it will definitely be a fun ride for you!
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Old 02-17-2013, 05:47 PM
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I often brought my other mustang to NE Dragway to run for fun but I'm not sure if I'm going to do that with this new one. Kinda nervous as I spent more money on this car. More to lose I guess but Idk lol. I'll probably get the itch to go down. Hopefully I'll meet some people to go with me from here if I do.
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I just bought this as my first mustang and I have never been down to the track id come with you. Im sure my uncle would come too he just completely restored a 1970 bronco, but is a mustang lover at heart lol
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I'm also in nh, as soon as I get 3.73's in my car I plan on going to the dragway
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Old 02-18-2013, 07:56 AM
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Still have a plenty of time before track opens in April. I need to figure out the bugs in this car first and need to feel comfortable bringing it down. It's not a rocket ship by any means but it goes. Still a lot of restrictions with my motor as it's practically stock I think. That's why not always a good idea buying something you don't know much about.

I bought it from someone down in Mass. and wasn't too honest about everything like how long he had it ect.. Doesn't really matter I guess but I'll go down if you guys want to set something up. Maybe a some others as well
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