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  • Nov 12, 2013

Getting started, had to tear out all the old stuff               Here is the New SSBC parts. They use 88-89 T ... more

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  • Nov 12, 2013

Well it only took me a year to finally get the battery moved to the trunk and then hook up the ram air. I went with the Taylor relocate kit and on/off switch. I got the ... more

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  • Nov 12, 2013

My 1990 Mustang 4cy-Auto 119k milesI got this vehicle for **FREE** from my grandfather who could no longer drive.  I had to spend some time buffing the paint out af ... more

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  • Engine Size
    N/A
  • HP
    275
  • 0-60 Time
    5.1
  • Weight
    2850
  • 1/4m sec
    13.83
  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    120 mph
  • Exterior Color
    N/A
  • Interior Color
    N/A
  • Wheels American Racing Wheels

    Date Installed
    May. 8, 2005

    Installed 05/08/2005

  • Drivetrain Hurst Transmission

    Date Installed
    May. 8, 2005

    Installed 05/08/2005

  • Tires Kumho Tires

    Date Installed
    May. 8, 2005

    Installed 05/08/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Pioneer Speakers

    Date Installed
    May. 8, 2005

    Installed 05/08/2005

  • Interior & Accessories Hurst Shift Knob

    Date Installed
    May. 8, 2005

    Installed 05/08/2005

  • Chassis & Suspension Rancho Shocks

    Date Installed
    May. 8, 2005

    Installed 05/08/2005

  • Air & Fuel Delivery Weiand Intake

    Date Installed
    May. 8, 2005

    Installed 05/08/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Pioneer Head Unit

    Date Installed
    May. 8, 2005

    Installed 05/08/2005

  • Exhaust MagnaFlow Header

    Date Installed
    May. 8, 2005

    Installed 05/08/2005

  • Gauges & Accessories Sunpro Gauges

    Date Installed
    May. 8, 2005

    Installed 05/08/2005

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Comments (327)
  • dacke
    Wow! I think i have to get a set of those wheels too.... Great looking Mustang you got there...
  • chromelover
    sweet stang love the rims check out my cars sometime
  • jefwill
    hey just got your msg. ive got 17x7 in the front with 225/40R17 to be 100% sure to avoid any clearance issues with the A arms and 17x8 in the rear with 245/45R17 with i believe 4.5 backspace but you might want to double check that before you spend the money, they might be 4.75. by the way i like your car, wish i had a fastback too.
  • 6T6STANG
    Hey Dave, Sorry it took so long for me to write back I've been really busy. To answer your question, the back spacing on my TTII's are 4.75 That's for a 17X8" wheel. I have no clearence issues but it is tight to the upper A arm. Check out stangnet.com and all the guys on there are nice and will answer any questions you have. My handle on stangnet is xxbulletsxx if you want to look me up. BTW, Nice ride! I cant wait to do a t-5 swap in mine, you lucky dog!
  • KrazyKrazs2521
    yo man thanks for checkin out my stang. Yeh i saw yours on the Magnaflow page as well. You got a nice one there got to love the white stangs lol....it probably sounds real badass with the custom Xpipe and the Magnaflows. But yep ill keep yah posted with any new mods i end up puttin on. ttyl Peace
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