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    So you got rid of the dual lamps in the grill.....

    What do you plan on doing with those and the grill?
    My dad has an 05 V6 model and he wants some of those lamps.

    Thats a nice car though, I dont see many new stangs I like other than his (yellow w/ black stripes) ....I think Id take yours over his though esp. w/ that extra 100 or so hp

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiobliss
    Sounds like fun.

    And, the -3/-6 setting on the crossover may not be enough. Do you have some adjustments on your HU? What are you using for a HU?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DSkip
    So you got rid of the dual lamps in the grill.....

    What do you plan on doing with those and the grill?
    My dad has an 05 V6 model and he wants some of those lamps.

    Thats a nice car though, I dont see many new stangs I like other than his (yellow w/ black stripes) ....I think Id take yours over his though esp. w/ that extra 100 or so hp
    Sold off the stock front already.

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    Oh well...

    Do you have the whole kit or just the front/hood?

    Id love to hear those horses first hand getting excited just thinking about it :D

    They overhauled an 05 GT on that show....what was it....hmmm..... Overhaulin? Think it had that kit on it w/ several other custom items and a supercharger. It was ok youre doin a better job than they are. They dropped a custom box in the trunk in w/ those square subs whatever they are made me sick to see a sub like that in a car that nice. They were boasting somewhere around 430 hp from the engine, I think youve got that beat :p

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    Gut my ride! Puttin' down some FAT MAT and layin' wires.
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    Pioneer 5700, this will be the only monitor in the car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PolkThug
    Gut my ride! Puttin' down some FAT MAT and layin' wires.

    Glad to see you doing it the right way. Too bad you had to go and ruin it with a monitor. :D
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    This is a first, instead of going with performance robbing dubs, we got ultra lightweight 5Zigen wheels with Nitto rubber. The 5Zigens are finished in Hyper Black, depending on the lighting, they look dark silver or black.
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    I've been meaning to ask how well FAT MAT works.
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    will this be lowered at all? the fender gap at the rear seems (at least from this angle) to be rather larger than one would expect...
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    Quote Originally Posted by neomagus00
    will this be lowered at all? the fender gap at the rear seems (at least from this angle) to be rather larger than one would expect...
    The car is lowered (full Saleen Racecraft/ BMR suspension), but the Nitto Drag Radials are an inch shorter than the stock tires, hence the gap.

    (The new Stangs look like 4x4's stock, the gaps are huge)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Torino
    I've been meaning to ask how well FAT MAT works.
    It works good as far as I know. I've never used other products like it, so I have no basis for comparison. They have a nice kit that comes with a roller and a razor (also a degreaser, but my car I didn't need it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by PolkThug
    This is a first, instead of going with performance robbing dubs, we got ultra lightweight 5Zigen wheels with Nitto rubber. The 5Zigens are finished in Hyper Black, depending on the lighting, they look dark silver or black.

    Hardcore Japanese rims on an American car w/ disposable Nitto treads....cool.

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    mustangs aren't 4x4's?? since when?? and all this time i've had a snow plow in mine... er wait - no...
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    Those are definitely some awesome looking wheels. And 403hp? Sweet. But you better get some more stump-pulling, tire melting torque outta that thing before you call quits on tuning!
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    Polk MMC570's installed in the doors. Fat Mat was placed on the back side of the surrounding metal.
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    what'd you do to the motor? or are those stock numbers...?

    with a higher horse to torque rating i'm assuming the motor is forced induction, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoweredByDodge
    what'd you do to the motor? or are those stock numbers...?

    with a higher horse to torque rating i'm assuming the motor is forced induction, right?
    Stock, its like 273rwhp. Its capable of more torque than 360, but I'm playing it safe.

    I installed this little thing for more powa
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    Amp My Ride!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PolkThug

    I installed this little thing for more powa

    .. i hate you.

    i still have what sounds like lifter noise but isn't... and u're got a blower... bastard
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    Quote Originally Posted by PolkThug
    Amp My Ride!
    Hey can you be a little more specific on what amp is running what?

    Us car audio noobs need to know!

    thanks!

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    The Polk 400.4 is running Polk MMC570's in the doors and will also run some Polk MMC5250 components in the front kickpanels (Still waiting on Q-Logic to release to the public).

    Speakers in back deck were removed.

    The Polk 300.2 is in bridged mode and will be powering two Polk MM2154DVC.

    Currently I just have a pair of 12" Infinity Kappas hooked up for fun. A box for the 15's in still under construction, but I may outsource it, the angles suck on it.

    System sounds very clean and clear, no vehicle noise is coming through the Pioneer. Its gonna scream once I get the MMC5250's up front as well.

    Slowly, but surely...

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    wow, only 2 amps for all that?

    Here I am about to use a 400.4 for mmc6500 and a 300.2 for one 10" sub. lol

    All this **** is so confusing.

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    its a matter of taste and opinion, not necessity.

    don't let it get to you.
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    Tint my ride! Also installed BMR upper third link and mount which got rid of all remaining wheel hop (anybody need a complete stock '06 GT suspension package for cheap?!)


    Its only 35% but looks really dark in the shadows with the black interior.

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    i love it!!!!!!!!!!
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    I love those new 'Stangs. Those, the new Charger and the Magnum are the only cars out right now that would make me even consider giving up driving trucks.
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    That's really neat, alot of ultra-cool investment work. The photo of the tint + work is tight.

    I would like to see some more custom work....but it's your money.
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    BMR adj. LCA's, BMR adj. panhard rod, Saleen/Racecraft N2 shocks, Saleen springs




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