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Ford Mustang, Engine
Dec 28, 2006 (11:08 pm)
I have a 1993 Mustang LX with a 2.3L engine; I'd like to put in the V8 5.0L engine. Is this possible and what amount of alterations am I looking at?
#15 of 63 i have a 94 gt 5.0
Dec 29, 2006 (1:06 am)
just istalled a exhaust system
#16 of 63 Custom Wheels
Dec 31, 2006 (6:11 pm)
Hello, my name is Francisco and I have the following question.
I Currently own a 2001 V6 Mustang with 17 Inch Custom Wheels. I am in the process of buying a 2007 Mustang GT. Will my 2001 Wheels fit the 2007 Mustang?
#17 of 63 Re: Custom Wheels [merinofr]
Jan 08, 2007 (9:05 am)
NO,,,,, the 05-07 Mustangs use a completely different back spacing than the 04 and earlier cars.
#18 of 63 88 mustang coupe
Jan 08, 2007 (3:38 pm)
I want to create a flip down rear seat in my 88 LX coupe. Any suggestions on how to approach this project?
#19 of 63 2006 v-6 pony package
Jan 11, 2007 (2:41 pm)
is the wiring harness in place in the 2006 for the pony package ?
the reason i ask is i was installing a pony grill and when i went to hook up the wires to the light switch there were already wires in the terminals for the fog lights if this is the case has anybody seen the wire loom the main loom located in front of the radiator and is where the factory pics show the pony wires coming out of.
#20 of 63 Shaker 500 Audio vs Shaker 1000
Jan 19, 2007 (1:02 pm)
Hello all, I am getting a new Mustang GT premium but I just cant decide on what Sound system to get...the 500 or 1000...obviously the 1000 sounds better but how much better? is it really noticeable?...is it worth to spend an extra $1300 for the extra 2 sub woofers? as far as i know thats the only difference between the 500 and 1000..2 sub woofers...is it worth it?? Thanks
#21 of 63 Re: Shaker 500 Audio vs Shaker 1000 [coolmarine24]
Jan 21, 2007 (11:06 am)
IMHO, the 1000 is about the worst value option one could purchase. It is very expensive for what you get and takes up ALOT of trunk space.
Only you can decide how much better it sounds so compare both with your own ears.
#22 of 63 Re: Shaker 500 Audio vs Shaker 1000 [coolmarine24]
Jan 22, 2007 (5:48 am)
Yes, the difference is VERY noticeable in the bass department. Is it worth it? That depends on a few things. If you're the type who always has to replace the factory radio, then no, it's not worth it. If you don't mind having a stock radio, but you want a little more oomph in the sound, yes it's worth it. I have the Shaker 1000 and it's one of the best stock radios I've ever heard; even compared to those ridiculously expensive systems in luxury cars. The clarity is good enough for me. It does well with high frequencies. And the bass is really good when used in moderation. If you turn the bass up too high, the subwoofers start to sound boomy.
As far as the space the sub enclosure takes up in the trunk, it's a moot point. It doesn't take up that much space, and I can assure you an aftermarket sub setup will take up MUCH more space to produce not much more or better bass, IMO.
#23 of 63 Re: Shaker 500 Audio vs Shaker 1000 [tayl0rd]
Jan 25, 2007 (1:44 pm)
I have an 05 GT with the Shaker 500 and I LOVE it.. A friend here in town has a shaker 1000, and the only difference I can tell between the two (sitting in the same driveway) is he can dial up more base, BUT my Shaker 500 has way more base than most people will ever use. All you have to do is punch up the menu and dial in all the base you want. Personally, I have my base in at about 70-75% and it is all I want, and if you want to turn the volume up it WILL shake the windows. I also want the extra trunk room, have to get 2 sets of golf clubs and luggage in it once in a while. The Shaker 500 is WAY better than my departed 2000 BMW or my last Benz radios