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Old 12-13-2005, 06:01   #1 (permalink)
Backyard Mechanic
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Re: How many are happy with a Mustang-2004-2005-2006?

"alexiastation" <alexiastation@nospam.none> wrote:

> Backyard Mechanic wrote:
>> "alexiastation" <alexiastation@nospam.none> wrote:
>>
>>
>>> I read that Ford went cheaper on the suspension to keep
>>> it under the 25thou mark. But that is all fixable.
>>>

>>
>> I think that's a mis-understanding. From all reports the
>> car handles better than the '04 in both base and GT trim.
>>
>> They didnt go IRS, like previous Cobras, but they used
>> the panhard bar setup that Fox-body (like the 80's)
>> modders used to set the car up for road course racing.
>>
>> And since it shares the Lincoln/ Jag DEW platform it is
>> indeed improvable..{and likely with 'bolt-ons'} but you
>> might not gain as much handling as you'd think.
>>
>> And remember Nascar Road Course cars still use the live
>> axle. And those cars, thoguh they aint the same as
>> always turn left, still follow the template and dont do
>> all that badly.

>
> True, it surely does handle well! I have to say it is tight!!!,
> especially since it is a new car test drive, I want to know if it will
> still do hairpins at 50? I know my Sunfire has a great ability to take

a
> turn without missing a beat, that is one of the things I liked about
> it.(no slide) And will it continue on after a year? Hey I don't know
> anything much about suspension if you guys have some suggestions I

would
> love to hear them! I don't want to go all out on body modification
> because I love it the way it is, my hubby was saying this kit and that,
> but I want to keep it simple, it rocks by itself. But I want to make

the
> suspension the best it can be.
> As far as any mods I do have a question for you guys, I would like to
> raise the car a bit, it will have the 17 inch rims on it, but what is
> the best way to raise the entire car a few inches without sacrifice or
> do you think that is a bad idea? I have been looking at parts and gotta
> say that the Saleen hood is the best look for me, although the
> cal-induction hoods aren't bad either.
> I am tempted to go ahead and purchase, but I decided to wait until I
> have another thou to put down. I like the Torch Red, do not like the
> pony package front--although he said a lot of people do...think I will
> go with the smoked front covers and a black satin grille in the front
> top and bottom, only a black trim between the headlights in the back,
> some side trim and louvers for the side and back window...and gotta

join
> the Mustang Club here in Houston....I always wanted one, and now is the
> time :-)
> My husband saw something about the new Camero on a car show on tv, now
> he is all drooling at the thought. But I can't say anything about it
> cause I always wanted a Mustang(60 look) and I am doing a lot of
> drooling of my own lol, and I am finally going to have one YES! Merry
> Christmas toooooo ME... :-) I already bought a new buffer and some
> really nice polish!
> BTW the back seat is a little better on this model! Although it has no
> room for the middle, most of your sporty cars don't but I don't like

the
> hump in the center at all, but OH well heehee.
> Beth
>
>
>


NOW, dear... it's time for you to take this to:

rec.autos.makers.ford.mustang

I already sent this response there...

And you'll meet Kate... who went the other way... into the realm of off-
road darkness, Mustang > Jeep
;)
- - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - -
And that hump in the back seat? What's the diff!... Back in the
day..... that's what blankets were for in summer and parents with Buicks
in the winter.


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Old 12-13-2005, 12:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: How many are happy with a Mustang-2004-2005-2006?

Backyard Mechanic wrote:

>>

>
> NOW, dear... it's time for you to take this to:
>
> rec.autos.makers.ford.mustang
>
> I already sent this response there...
>
> And you'll meet Kate... who went the other way... into
> the realm of off- road darkness, Mustang > Jeep
> ;)
> - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - -
> And that hump in the back seat? What's the diff!...
> Back in the day..... that's what blankets were for in
> summer and parents with Buicks in the winter.


Hey thanks. HAHAHA. Those where the days, when we met in 1980, my
husband had a 1972 Chevelle green with a white leather top with an
8-track! We played the Eagles a lot then. Those where the days ;) That
was a great car!
Thank you again!
Beth


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Old 12-13-2005, 13:01   #3 (permalink)
Mike Hunter
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Re: How many are happy with a Mustang-2004-2005-2006?

I owned a 2003 GT convertible and now I own a 2005. The 2005 GT is light
years ahead of the 2003 in the way it handles. It handles as well as my
2005 Lincoln LS V8 Sport even with its IRS.

mike hunt


"Backyard Mechanic" <pettyfog@yaywho.com> wrote in message
news:Xns972B553A63FE5pettyfogery@207.115.17.102...
> "alexiastation" <alexiastation@nospam.none> wrote:
>
>> Backyard Mechanic wrote:
>>> "alexiastation" <alexiastation@nospam.none> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> I read that Ford went cheaper on the suspension to keep
>>>> it under the 25thou mark. But that is all fixable.
>>>>
>>>
>>> I think that's a mis-understanding. From all reports the
>>> car handles better than the '04 in both base and GT trim.
>>>
>>> They didnt go IRS, like previous Cobras, but they used
>>> the panhard bar setup that Fox-body (like the 80's)
>>> modders used to set the car up for road course racing.
>>>
>>> And since it shares the Lincoln/ Jag DEW platform it is
>>> indeed improvable..{and likely with 'bolt-ons'} but you
>>> might not gain as much handling as you'd think.
>>>
>>> And remember Nascar Road Course cars still use the live
>>> axle. And those cars, thoguh they aint the same as
>>> always turn left, still follow the template and dont do
>>> all that badly.

>>
>> True, it surely does handle well! I have to say it is tight!!!,
>> especially since it is a new car test drive, I want to know if it will
>> still do hairpins at 50? I know my Sunfire has a great ability to take

> a
>> turn without missing a beat, that is one of the things I liked about
>> it.(no slide) And will it continue on after a year? Hey I don't know
>> anything much about suspension if you guys have some suggestions I

> would
>> love to hear them! I don't want to go all out on body modification
>> because I love it the way it is, my hubby was saying this kit and that,
>> but I want to keep it simple, it rocks by itself. But I want to make

> the
>> suspension the best it can be.
>> As far as any mods I do have a question for you guys, I would like to
>> raise the car a bit, it will have the 17 inch rims on it, but what is
>> the best way to raise the entire car a few inches without sacrifice or
>> do you think that is a bad idea? I have been looking at parts and gotta
>> say that the Saleen hood is the best look for me, although the
>> cal-induction hoods aren't bad either.
>> I am tempted to go ahead and purchase, but I decided to wait until I
>> have another thou to put down. I like the Torch Red, do not like the
>> pony package front--although he said a lot of people do...think I will
>> go with the smoked front covers and a black satin grille in the front
>> top and bottom, only a black trim between the headlights in the back,
>> some side trim and louvers for the side and back window...and gotta

> join
>> the Mustang Club here in Houston....I always wanted one, and now is the
>> time :-)
>> My husband saw something about the new Camero on a car show on tv, now
>> he is all drooling at the thought. But I can't say anything about it
>> cause I always wanted a Mustang(60 look) and I am doing a lot of
>> drooling of my own lol, and I am finally going to have one YES! Merry
>> Christmas toooooo ME... :-) I already bought a new buffer and some
>> really nice polish!
>> BTW the back seat is a little better on this model! Although it has no
>> room for the middle, most of your sporty cars don't but I don't like

> the
>> hump in the center at all, but OH well heehee.
>> Beth
>>
>>
>>

>
> NOW, dear... it's time for you to take this to:
>
> rec.autos.makers.ford.mustang
>
> I already sent this response there...
>
> And you'll meet Kate... who went the other way... into the realm of off-
> road darkness, Mustang > Jeep
> ;)
> - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - -
> And that hump in the back seat? What's the diff!... Back in the
> day..... that's what blankets were for in summer and parents with Buicks
> in the winter.
>
>
> --
> Yeh, I'm a Krusty old Geezer, putting up with my 'smartass' is the price
> you pay..DEAL with it!



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Old 12-13-2005, 14:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: How many are happy with a Mustang-2004-2005-2006?


"Backyard Mechanic" <pettyfog@yaywho.com> wrote in
: >> "alexiastation" <alexiastation@nospam.none> wrote:
: >>
:
: >
: > True, it surely does handle well! I have to say it is tight!!!,
: > especially since it is a new car test drive, I want to know if it will
: > still do hairpins at 50?


*heavy sigh*

: > As far as any mods I do have a question for you guys, I would like to
: > raise the car a bit, it will have the 17 inch rims on it, but what is
: > the best way to raise the entire car a few inches without sacrifice or
: > do you think that is a bad idea?


**** YEA IT"S A BAD-STUPID-UGLY ASSED IDEA
Has the peroxide fried her brain or what?
Jeezus H Jumped up Christ , what kind of an idiot raises a Mustang?


I have been looking at parts and gotta
: > say that the Saleen hood is the best look for me,


Strapped to it with a deer tag tied to your toe?


although the
: > cal-induction hoods aren't bad either.
: > I am tempted to go ahead and purchase, but I decided to wait until I
: > have another thou to put down. I like the Torch Red, do not like the
: > pony package front--although he said a lot of people do...think I will
: > go with the smoked front covers and a black satin grille in the front
: > top and bottom, only a black trim between the headlights in the back,
: > some side trim and louvers for the side and back window...and gotta
: join
: > the Mustang Club here in Houston....I always wanted one, and now is the
: > time :-)
: > My husband saw something about the new Camero

That's C-A-M-A-R-O

oh my god... oh my god.. oh my god....
BM, this is clearly all your fault.


on a car show on tv, now
: > he is all drooling at the thought. But I can't say anything about it
: > cause I always wanted a Mustang(60 look) and I am doing a lot of
: > drooling of my own lol, and I am finally going to have one YES!

Now do the bouncy booobie hop, pigtails waggling and clapping wildly
Oh goody goody goody!
Now bounce some more..... the boys will love it.


Merry
: > Christmas toooooo ME... :-) I already bought a new buffer and some
: > really nice polish!
: > BTW the back seat is a little better on this model! Although it has no
: > room for the middle, most of your sporty cars don't but I don't like
: the
: > hump in the center at all, but OH well heehee.
: > Beth
: >
: >
: >
:
: NOW, dear... it's time for you to take this to:
:
: rec.autos.makers.ford.mustang
:
: I already sent this response there...
:
: And you'll meet Kate... who went the other way... into the realm of off-
: road darkness, Mustang > Jeep

And you wonder WHY ?????
Obviously I am too old now to do the bouncy boobie jumping thang. I'd hurt
m'salf.

: ;)
c'mere BM so I can punch you in the nose.


*sigh*
BM, Did I say you are a smart ass??
Oh yea, I think I did. Just in case I didn't YOU sir, are a smart ass!
How the hell did you decide to drag my name into this anyway?

Oh, I think I know.. so you could watch the bouncy boobie hopping thing.....
LOL


: - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - -
: And that hump in the back seat? What's the diff!... Back in the
: day..... that's what blankets were for in summer and parents with Buicks
: in the winter.

If you can afford a new Mustang, you should be able to afford a room and if
you're young enough to bouncy, then you shouldn't mind the bump

:
KJK
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Old 12-13-2005, 15:01   #5 (permalink)
66 6F HCS
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"KJ.Kate" <KJ.Kate@WhoseHotMail.com> wrote
> : > As far as any mods I do have a question for you guys, I would like to
> : > raise the car a bit, it will have the 17 inch rims on it, but what is
> : > the best way to raise the entire car a few inches without sacrifice or
> : > do you think that is a bad idea?
>
>
> **** YEA IT"S A BAD-STUPID-UGLY ASSED IDEA
> Has the peroxide fried her brain or what?
> Jeezus H Jumped up Christ , what kind of an idiot raises a Mustang?
> : > My husband saw something about the new Camero
>
> That's C-A-M-A-R-O
>
> oh my god... oh my god.. oh my god....
> BM, this is clearly all your fault.
>
> : > But I can't say anything about it
> : > cause I always wanted a Mustang(60 look) and I am doing a lot of
> : > drooling of my own lol, and I am finally going to have one YES!
>
> Now do the bouncy booobie hop, pigtails waggling and clapping wildly
> Oh goody goody goody!
> Now bounce some more..... the boys will love it.
>
> : And you'll meet Kate... who went the other way... into the realm of off-
> : road darkness, Mustang > Jeep
>
> And you wonder WHY ?????
> Obviously I am too old now to do the bouncy boobie jumping thang. I'd hurt
> m'salf.
>
> : ;)
> c'mere BM so I can punch you in the nose.
>
>
> *sigh*
> BM, Did I say you are a smart ass??
> Oh yea, I think I did. Just in case I didn't YOU sir, are a smart ass!
> How the hell did you decide to drag my name into this anyway?
>
> Oh, I think I know.. so you could watch the bouncy boobie hopping
> thing.....
> LOL
>
> If you can afford a new Mustang, you should be able to afford a room and
> if
> you're young enough to bouncy, then you shouldn't mind the bump
>


OMFG! That was hilarious! LMAO!
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'68 Ranchero 500 302
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Old 12-13-2005, 15:01   #6 (permalink)
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CATFIGHT!!!!!

Will Alex go along? Cant wait!



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Old 12-13-2005, 17:01   #7 (permalink)
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66 6F HCS wrote:
> "KJ.Kate" <KJ.Kate@WhoseHotMail.com> wrote
>
>>: > As far as any mods I do have a question for you guys, I would like to
>>: > raise the car a bit, it will have the 17 inch rims on it, but what is
>>: > the best way to raise the entire car a few inches without sacrifice or
>>: > do you think that is a bad idea?
>>
>>
>>**** YEA IT"S A BAD-STUPID-UGLY ASSED IDEA
>>Has the peroxide fried her brain or what?
>>Jeezus H Jumped up Christ , what kind of an idiot raises a Mustang?
>>: > My husband saw something about the new Camero
>>
>>That's C-A-M-A-R-O
>>
>>oh my god... oh my god.. oh my god....
>>BM, this is clearly all your fault.
>>
>>: > But I can't say anything about it
>>: > cause I always wanted a Mustang(60 look) and I am doing a lot of
>>: > drooling of my own lol, and I am finally going to have one YES!
>>
>>Now do the bouncy booobie hop, pigtails waggling and clapping wildly
>>Oh goody goody goody!
>>Now bounce some more..... the boys will love it.
>>
>>: And you'll meet Kate... who went the other way... into the realm of off-
>>: road darkness, Mustang > Jeep
>>
>>And you wonder WHY ?????
>>Obviously I am too old now to do the bouncy boobie jumping thang. I'd hurt
>>m'salf.
>>
>>: ;)
>>c'mere BM so I can punch you in the nose.
>>
>>
>>*sigh*
>>BM, Did I say you are a smart ass??
>>Oh yea, I think I did. Just in case I didn't YOU sir, are a smart ass!
>>How the hell did you decide to drag my name into this anyway?
>>
>>Oh, I think I know.. so you could watch the bouncy boobie hopping
>>thing.....
>>LOL
>>
>>If you can afford a new Mustang, you should be able to afford a room and
>>if
>>you're young enough to bouncy, then you shouldn't mind the bump
>>

>
>
> OMFG! That was hilarious! LMAO!


Hear, hear

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Old 12-13-2005, 17:01   #8 (permalink)
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Re: How many are happy with a Mustang-2004-2005-2006?

On Tue, 13 Dec 2005 13:34:32 -0600, "alexiastation"
<alexiastation@nospam.none> wrote:

>Backyard Mechanic wrote:
>
>>>

>>
>> NOW, dear... it's time for you to take this to:
>>
>> rec.autos.makers.ford.mustang
>>
>> I already sent this response there...
>>
>> And you'll meet Kate... who went the other way... into
>> the realm of off- road darkness, Mustang > Jeep
>> ;)
>> - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - -
>> And that hump in the back seat? What's the diff!...
>> Back in the day..... that's what blankets were for in
>> summer and parents with Buicks in the winter.

>
>Hey thanks. HAHAHA. Those where the days, when we met in 1980, my
>husband had a 1972 Chevelle green with a white leather top with an
>8-track! We played the Eagles a lot then. Those where the days ;) That
>was a great car!
>Thank you again!
>Beth
>

What, no Santana? : 0 )
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1965 Ford Mustang Fastback 2+2, Vintage Burgundy
w/Black Std Interior, A Code 289 C4 Trac-Lok;
Vintage 40 16" rims w/225/50ZR16 KDWS BF Goodrich
gForce Radial T/As, Cobra drop; surround sound
audio-video...
See my ride at....
Feb 2004- http://207.36.208.198/albums/86810/003_May_21_3004.jpg
Feb 2004- http://207.36.208.198/albums/86810/005_May_21_2004.jpg
Jul 2005- http://207.36.208.198/albums/86810/d..._11_05_002.jpg
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Re: How many are happy with a Mustang-2004-2005-2006?

On Tue, 13 Dec 2005 15:11:50 -0600, "KJ.Kate"
<KJ.Kate@WhoseHotMail.com> wrote:

>
>"Backyard Mechanic" <pettyfog@yaywho.com> wrote in
>: >> "alexiastation" <alexiastation@nospam.none> wrote:
>: >>
>:
>: >
>: > True, it surely does handle well! I have to say it is tight!!!,
>: > especially since it is a new car test drive, I want to know if it will
>: > still do hairpins at 50?
>
>
>*heavy sigh*
>
>: > As far as any mods I do have a question for you guys, I would like to
>: > raise the car a bit, it will have the 17 inch rims on it, but what is
>: > the best way to raise the entire car a few inches without sacrifice or
>: > do you think that is a bad idea?
>
>
>**** YEA IT"S A BAD-STUPID-UGLY ASSED IDEA
>Has the peroxide fried her brain or what?
>Jeezus H Jumped up Christ , what kind of an idiot raises a Mustang?


1986... about a 68 Mustang 'vert, 4X4, raised up... and it even had
one of those chrome chain link steering wheels and outside exhaust, as
well as wire wheels.... in lime green....
>
>
>I have been looking at parts and gotta
>: > say that the Saleen hood is the best look for me,
>
>
>Strapped to it with a deer tag tied to your toe?
>
>
>although the
>: > cal-induction hoods aren't bad either.
>: > I am tempted to go ahead and purchase, but I decided to wait until I
>: > have another thou to put down. I like the Torch Red, do not like the
>: > pony package front--although he said a lot of people do...think I will
>: > go with the smoked front covers and a black satin grille in the front
>: > top and bottom, only a black trim between the headlights in the back,
>: > some side trim and louvers for the side and back window...and gotta
>: join
>: > the Mustang Club here in Houston....I always wanted one, and now is the
>: > time :-)
>: > My husband saw something about the new Camero
>
>That's C-A-M-A-R-O
>
>oh my god... oh my god.. oh my god....
>BM, this is clearly all your fault.
>
>
>on a car show on tv, now
>: > he is all drooling at the thought. But I can't say anything about it
>: > cause I always wanted a Mustang(60 look) and I am doing a lot of
>: > drooling of my own lol, and I am finally going to have one YES!
>
>Now do the bouncy booobie hop, pigtails waggling and clapping wildly
>Oh goody goody goody!
>Now bounce some more..... the boys will love it.
>
>
>Merry
>: > Christmas toooooo ME... :-) I already bought a new buffer and some
>: > really nice polish!
>: > BTW the back seat is a little better on this model! Although it has no
>: > room for the middle, most of your sporty cars don't but I don't like
>: the
>: > hump in the center at all, but OH well heehee.
>: > Beth
>: >
>: >
>: >
>:
>: NOW, dear... it's time for you to take this to:
>:
>: rec.autos.makers.ford.mustang
>:
>: I already sent this response there...
>:
>: And you'll meet Kate... who went the other way... into the realm of off-
>: road darkness, Mustang > Jeep
>
>And you wonder WHY ?????
>Obviously I am too old now to do the bouncy boobie jumping thang. I'd hurt
>m'salf.
>
>: ;)
>c'mere BM so I can punch you in the nose.
>
>
>*sigh*
>BM, Did I say you are a smart ass??
>Oh yea, I think I did. Just in case I didn't YOU sir, are a smart ass!
>How the hell did you decide to drag my name into this anyway?
>
>Oh, I think I know.. so you could watch the bouncy boobie hopping thing.....
>LOL
>
>
>: - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - -
>: And that hump in the back seat? What's the diff!... Back in the
>: day..... that's what blankets were for in summer and parents with Buicks
>: in the winter.
>
>If you can afford a new Mustang, you should be able to afford a room and if
>you're young enough to bouncy, then you shouldn't mind the bump
>
>:
>KJK
>2O|||||||O5 Liberty
>

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Spike
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback 2+2, Vintage Burgundy
w/Black Std Interior, A Code 289 C4 Trac-Lok;
Vintage 40 16" rims w/225/50ZR16 KDWS BF Goodrich
gForce Radial T/As, Cobra drop; surround sound
audio-video...
See my ride at....
Feb 2004- http://207.36.208.198/albums/86810/003_May_21_3004.jpg
Feb 2004- http://207.36.208.198/albums/86810/005_May_21_2004.jpg
Jul 2005- http://207.36.208.198/albums/86810/d..._11_05_002.jpg
Jul 2005- http://207.36.208.198/albums/86810/E...ebuild_006.jpg
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Old 12-13-2005, 17:02   #10 (permalink)
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It's her freakin' car! What if she said she wanted to put 19's on it?!!!

BUT, I wouldnt raise it more than an inch, Alexia.. a little goes a long
way, and MORE makes it look like a clown car.

Not to mention handling.

See the sn65 post!



>>*heavy sigh*
>>
>>: > As far as any mods I do have a question for you guys, I would like
>>: > to raise the car a bit, it will have the 17 inch rims on it, but
>>: > what is the best way to raise the entire car a few inches without
>>: > sacrifice or do you think that is a bad idea?





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