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  1. mac_mogul is offline Mustang Owner
     
    Location: Kansas
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    Default New pics of the Mustang

    I'm not around much since I don't have a PC to play TDU on anymore...
    But I do still have my other toy and I've been working on her like mad lately.

    here's a few recent pics:







    I just installed the new 17x8 Bullitt wheels with Goodyear Eagle ZR Gatorback tires 245/45ZR17

    I've got the following hardware, I just need to install it.
    Maximum Motorsports Caster/Camber plates
    Steeda strut tower brace
    FRPP handling kit includes stiffer springs, koni gas shocks/struts, and stiffer sway bars
    EBC Red Stuff racing compound brake pads
    BAER Decela drilled and slotted rotors
    BAER stainless steel brake lines
    SCT XCAL3 flash tuner (waiting for a custom tune)

    I'll try to remember and post more pics once everything is complete, but just thought I'd give you guys an update


  2. Andreas¹ is offline Crazy Duck
     
    Location: Jönköping, Sweden
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    Wow, very nice, and great pics


  3. hesonly5 is offline Hungry Hungry Hippos! :D
     
    Location: UK
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    Oooh, I like the new wheels

  4. Rtoups is offline The Cool
    Location: Los Angeles
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    Love the Bullit wheels.
    Please edit your signature to be within the new forum guidelines, thanks.

  5. Turkey Twizzler is offline Exoticar Driver
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    How many horses do you have under the bonnet? *waits nervous for an answer*

  6. The Queen is offline <3 Ferrari F50
     
    Location: Dundee, Scotland
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    Bullitt wheels look very cool and suit the colour on your Mustang. Do you take it to any shows?

  7. mac_mogul is offline Mustang Owner
     
    Location: Kansas
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmuki »
    How many horses do you have under the bonnet? *waits nervous for an answer*
    At the crank? Probably around 220 ish.
    At the wheels I would guess anywhere from 150-170.....
    I'm having it dyno'd in October so I'll have some solid numbers then.

  8. zo6dude is offline Like My Tail Lights?
     
    Location: Ontario,Canada
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    V6 or V8 Engine?

    "Real men know how to turn right"
    - Me

  9. RB26DETT is offline Banned
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    very nice!

    iirc, that's a V6.

  10. Turkey Twizzler is offline Exoticar Driver
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    The car is very nice and very clean looking! Nice 1, good job!

  11. mac_mogul is offline Mustang Owner
     
    Location: Kansas
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    Thanks everyone

    I'm taking an extra day off weekend towards the end of August to do the official install of everything because it may take a couple days...... I've got a few extra surprises coming

    BTW, all of my performance parts are coming from BMCP. (Black Mustang Club Performance) The official performance company of the Black Mustang Club.
    http://www.bmcspeedshop.com

    They carry over 800 product lines and only a fraction of those products are advertised on the site. Lisa (the owner) can get you anything you want cheaper than just about anywhere else! She's the one who's helped me out with pricing to get all of this stuff on my budget.

    So if you're in America and you wanna go fast, hit up BMCP!

  12. CarboyZR1 is offline Asian
    Location: USA! USA! USA!
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    You should blur out the license plates just in case.

  13. mac_mogul is offline Mustang Owner
     
    Location: Kansas
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    lol, posting your license plates online is no different than parking your car outside where everyone can see it :P

  14. mac_mogul is offline Mustang Owner
     
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    The brakes have been officially installed!
    They made a mistake at the shop when packaging the brake pads and I ended up with two sets of rear pads, so the rear brakes are the only thing that got installed today, but the front pads will be here soon enough and I'll have them installed before you know it!

    Old brakes removed


    In with the new!



    And the finished product:


    They look great! I can't wait to get the front ones on and seated to try out my newfound braking power

  15. RB26DETT is offline Banned
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    woooo! much better.

  16. mac_mogul is offline Mustang Owner
     
    Location: Kansas
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    Ladies and gentlemen, we have a suspension



    I have to pick up the installation hardware from an auto parts store... Just a couple of bolts and stuff. Goes on this weekend

  17. Baltoman is offline Baby Vipah :D
    Location: Espírito Santo, Brazil
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    You're telling me that that mustang is your car? Can I be you?

  18. KoenigseggBG is offline Made in 1994
     
    Location: Varna, Bulgaria
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    Nice suspnsion you got there.

  19. mac_mogul is offline Mustang Owner
     
    Location: Kansas
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    Quote Originally Posted by ●Koenigsegg● »
    Nice suspnsion you got there.
    Thanks, it'll be even nicer once its on the car hahaha

  20. mac_mogul is offline Mustang Owner
     
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    Whew. The suspension, alignment plates, and front brakes are all installed now!







    It even sits a little lower now


 
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