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What Did You Do To Your 'Stang Today ?

Discussion in 'Mustang Talk' started by ShadedPony, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. DEF-LINK

    DEF-LINK -Dan

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    i just finished washing my car and vacuuming the floors.
     
  2. Macunicorn

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    What are your plans for your stang?
     
  3. DEF-LINK

    DEF-LINK -Dan

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    There are many things that will change... But I'll never tell. :coolface:
    I think it safe to say though that the wheels will get upgraded.
     
  4. Macunicorn

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    I need to swap out my rear suspension bushings they are shot eekk.
     
  5. MRKsD3

    MRKsD3 MRKsD3

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    Got my GT hood off of CL today. Luckily it was Torch Red and I don't have to get it repainted.
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    Also, I picked up some used MaxMoto c&c plates for $140.

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  6. Macunicorn

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    Nice job on the hood and cc plates Mark.
     
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    MRKsD3 MRKsD3

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    GT hood looks great. I love Torch Red.
     
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    I drove to my girlfriends house and back =]
     
  10. MRKsD3

    MRKsD3 MRKsD3

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    Thanks! I still wanna know what kind of scoop insert the hood came with.
     
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    did a full hand wash, clay bar, then mothers synthetic waxed it. Then broke out the shop vac and cleaned up the inside! :p
     
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    looks like a black billet insert to me. Hard to tell from your pics
     
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    So i had a pretty busy weekend. Got a couple packages in the mail :)
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    First i received my Cobra/Mach Radiator "deflector" (idk what its really called, its the third piece on the Mach Grill Delete)

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    then i pulled my stocker steering wheel and installed a matching 2 tone leather GT steering wheel

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    Lastly i pulled my stock crank pulley/harmonic balancer and installed my ASP UDP

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  14. Macunicorn

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    Is to hard to take off the belt?
     
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    Number Tew Local Jester

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    the belt is a piece of cake
     
  16. Macunicorn

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    I guess you just loosen the tensioner then pull off I guess.
     
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    Number Tew Local Jester

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    its a spring loaded tensioner so pull it to the side and hold it with a breaker bar or something then slide it off. easy as pie.
     
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    ^ he is correct, easiest part of the UDP install. In fact the whole thing was cake with the exception of breaking loose that crank bolt
     
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    I received my ford racing throw out bearing, rear main seal, and pilot bearing for my clutch install yesterday. Nothing exciting. Lol
     
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    JpL4K3 Moderator

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    Received my upper and lower billet grill for the 2012. Detailed write up with pics coming soon!