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Old 05-15-2007, 22:37   #1 (permalink)
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well i just bought it. only 46000 miles one owner car. runs fast for stock. now i need to know the best way to make it a 11 second car but stay a daily driver. i dont wanna spend more than 12000 on parts. all you mustang genious minded people. lend me your opinion.
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Re: Stock 2000 mustang GT Advice

im not GREAT with rwd cars, but i would think suspension, and slicks. if u arnt putting all the power to the ground. it isnt work putting the power through it. on my cavalier, i went from a high 16 to a low 15 with just slicks. but with my turbo itll be at least a high 13 :-) anyway back on subject, i would do slicks and suspension first.
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