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Car Enthusiast Club [Now Motorcycle friendly!] - First thread to 100k! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

26 minutes ago, Drak3 said:

Don't lump me in with them. I'm an enthusiast of mechanic design, be it engines, weaponry, or productive machinery. Not a guy with a wrench that reads the marketing garbage AFE/insert other "enthusiast" brand that can't legally warranty half of their products.

 

I fail to see a correlation between people screeching variations of "forced induction is more efficient!!! Reclaimed energy!!!" and anything I've said.

If you can't be civil. Please leave

 

Edit. That goes for everyone in the thread

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Yeah the 2015s are creeping up on Tundras but they're still quite a bit smaller. It's trying too hard to compete with the Colorado. :/

I don't think so. American trucks can't do as well offroad as the Tacoma.

 

See.. it wouldn't. :lol:

It's worse with american trucks, espcially the dually diesel trucks.


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I don't think so. American trucks can't do as well offroad as the Tacoma. k

 

It's worse with american trucks, espcially the dually diesel trucks.

Well duallies are kinda designed to be huge for a reason..


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So in the past few pages I didn't see any "hey look at my cool car" posts, but I mean, why not be that guy...? lol.

 

So I ordered my car custom from Ford, simply to get it in grabber blue, base as base can get, v6 with a stick. There was literally one other one in the country, they were not easy to come by. So, 4 years ago I took delivery of the “blue beast” I didn’t come up with the name, buddy did, but it stuck!

 

So at first I was all about doing it the “need for speed way!” as in throw power at it till you can’t. And that lasted about 3 years until I ran out of bolt on mods, got my intake manifolds ported and polished which completed the throwing power at the problem issue. A few months after that I ended up throwing some 3.73’s in the rear end, up from stock 2.73’s which made one hell of a difference, and a drive shaft shop aluminum one piece came with that to make sure I don’t kill myself since the stock shaft is good at exploding past 135 mph once you have more gear in the car. Like I said, at this point it was fast enough, so I was happy.

 

About a year before I put some lowering springs on it, and maybe a month before my 3.73’s I put a strut tower brace on it. But at this point I was starting to get into autocross, and well, the rest is history. Finally ponied up for some Koni yellow adjustable struts/dampers, J&M CC plates, lower control arms with relocation brackets, some 19x9.5 rims with 275/40 R19 BFG g-force sport comp 2’s and holy shit it’s a totally different car! I have a adjustable panhard bar coming this weekend as well, and soon I will throw on some new brake pads as those are still the crappy stock pads, they just won’t seem to die! So I am going to say fuck it and just get new pads anyways, I am over this mushy crap.

Anyways, I feel like this was way to much explanation for the LTT forum seeing as this is a car, and not a computer… lol. Maybe I should make a “build log” for my car. Also, my dad recently got a 2015 5.0 track pack that we have taken out to buttonwillow and I have to admit, with just exhaust, tune and CAI on that thing, it really impressed me out there. The new stangs are seriously solid cars!

 

If anyone wants any more info, go ahead and quote me or PM me, I wasn't about to list out all my mods, but I am more than happy to help anyone who is interested. I have become extremely well versed with the 3.7 cyclone setup, and just S197 mustang's in general! 

 

Autocross video :)


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-snips-

I was never really a fan of the ultra thin, many blade grill but your Mustang looks pretty cool. I really like the old wheels on it. :o

 

I spy that red '15 too. :P

 

Any videos?


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I was never really a fan of the ultra thin, many blade grill but your Mustang looks pretty cool. I really like the old wheels on it. :o

 

I spy that red '15 too. :P

I would LOVE a more open rousch style grill, but that requires getting a GT bumper, which will happen at some point... The front facia options for the v6 are VERY limited... 

 

And yea, my dad and I hand painted the blue into the old rims. They where plastidipped stock rims, but that got boring lol. It looked really good, but let me tell you, throwing these new rims on there changed EVERYTHING. Now when I look at it I seriously catch myself thinking damn thats a sweet ride, O wait, its mine. Like that sounds facetious as hell I know, but its true. I never expected to do as much to it as I have, and I never imagined a v6 mustang could be this bad ass.


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I would LOVE a more open rousch style grill, but that requires getting a GT bumper, which will happen at some point... The front facia options for the v6 are VERY limited... 

 

And yea, my dad and I hand painted the blue into the old rims. They where plastidipped stock rims, but that got boring lol. It looked really good, but let me tell you, throwing these new rims on there changed EVERYTHING. Now when I look at it I seriously catch myself thinking damn thats a sweet ride, O wait, its mine. Like that sounds facetious as hell I know, but its true. I never expected to do as much to it as I have, and I never imagined a v6 mustang could be this bad ass.

They make pretty decent power and you can get a lot out of them because they're pretty strong engines. :) Nothing like confusing someone with a V6 Stang.


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But still, i think it's still too big for Japan. The 60s-80s Pickups are fine for the roads of japan, but the new Tacoma just still seems a bit big.

 

The new tacomas are as big as my '02 Tundra, they're getting really big.

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Oh boy, Ford is making another package the F-150 that sits above the Platinum trim..

 

I dunno how they intend to make a more luxurious F-150 for $60k.


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They make pretty decent power and you can get a lot out of them because they're pretty strong engines. :) Nothing like confusing someone with a V6 Stang.

Yup, this is nasty for what it is. Few weeks ago I out pulled a Camaro SS (all I know is it had exhaust...) from a 70 roll and got him by a bumper at 120. I was very surprised! I know I could get one off the line because I have a serious gear and weight advantage, but from a 70 roll and never letting him get in front of me and just holding a steady lead till 120 (sure, a very small lead....) I was damn impressed with the little 3.7


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Yup, this is nasty for what it is. Few weeks ago I out pulled a Camaro SS (all I know is it had exhaust...) from a 70 roll and got him by a bumper at 120. I was very surprised! I know I could get one off the line because I have a serious gear and weight advantage, but from a 70 roll and never letting him get in front of me and just holding a steady lead till 120 (sure, a very small lead....) I was damn impressed with the little 3.7

I wonder what would happen if you put 4.11s in it.


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I wonder what would happen if you put 4.11s in it.

They are 4.10's on the Ford rear end. But its a thing, people do it, but its too much gear. I can already start in second with 0 issues, and until I had this much sticky rubber behind it first was kinda a stupid mess in anything except a perfectly straight line. For a 1/4 mile car, 4.10's make sense, for anything else, 3.73 is the sweet spot. Also 4.10's make your MPG go to shit. I used to get 33-34 mpg on 2.73's now I get 27-28. 4.10's would drop me so 24-25 ish, that is pretty bad!


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They are 4.10's on the Ford rear end. But its a thing, people do it, but its too much gear. I can already start in second with 0 issues, and until I had this much sticky rubber behind it first was kinda a stupid mess in anything except a perfectly straight line. For a 1/4 mile car, 4.10's make sense, for anything else, 3.73 is the sweet spot. Also 4.10's make your MPG go to shit. I used to get 33-34 mpg on 2.73's now I get 27-28. 4.10's would drop me so 24-25 ish, that is pretty bad!

Better than what I can get driving like an idiot :D


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Better than what I can get driving like an idiot :D

lol. that is driving with a steady foot @ 80 mph. At autocross few weekends back I actually tracked the distance, 13 miles. I used a quarter tank of gas......... lol


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So in the past few pages I didn't see any "hey look at my cool car" posts, but I mean, why not be that guy...? lol.

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So I ordered my car custom from Ford, simply to get it in grabber blue, base as base can get, v6 with a stick. There was literally one other one in the country, they were not easy to come by. So, 4 years ago I took delivery of the “blue beast” I didn’t come up with the name, buddy did, but it stuck!

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Nice car but I'm personally not a fan of the grille. Looks Smurfy :P


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lol. that is driving with a steady foot @ 80 mph. At autocross few weekends back I actually tracked the distance, 13 miles. I used a quarter tank of gas......... lol

At 80 mph I get about 22 mpg. :(


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Nice car but I'm personally not a fan of the grille. Looks Smurfy :P

If you find a better option, I will buy it lol. These pictures are also crap, they are linked to facebook and I guess they just come out crappy. Car looks a little better irl, but yea whateva. There are not many grill options for the v6. I would love something like this tho (the grille, not the rest of it tho):

 

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If you find a better option, I will buy it lol. These pictures are also crap, they are linked to facebook and I guess they just come out crappy. Car looks a little better irl, but yea whateva. There are not many grill options for the v6. I would love something like this tho (the grille, not the rest of it tho):

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Is that your M3 as well?


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Is that your M3 as well?

No, that was my roommate in colleges car. It was (still is) pretty dope, but he blew the engine 6 months ago and since it hasn't been the same, kinda long story. But it is a beast of a car, but I don't think it can keep up with mine anymore ;)


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No, that was my roommate in colleges car. It was (still is) pretty dope, but he blew the engine 6 months ago and since it hasn't been the same, kinda long story. But it is a beast of a car, but I don't think it can keep up with mine anymore ;)

Dang, such a cool M3 but a blown engine. One of only a few cars that can pull off huge spoilers without looking ricy lol. but seriously, what happened to it?


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Well neither is the Tacoma, but they still drive around Tacomas in Japan.

That is because the Tundra is a North American model. It does not come in Right Hand Drive.

The Tacoma is also a North American model. What they have in Japan is the closely related Hilux pickup truck.

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Plus we're a good state for endurance driving, starting with this shithole. :lol:

And also a good state for these.

 

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The good ol' AR15. Can't have one of those in California or New York, can ya?


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And also a good state for these.

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The good ol' AR15. Can't have one of those in California or New York, can ya?

Don't see why I'd want one...


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Don't see why I'd want one...

I'd be perfectly happy with a Magnum 357


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And also a good state for these.

 

The good ol' AR15. Can't have one of those in California or New York, can ya?

Don't see why I'd want one...

I'd be perfectly happy with a Magnum 357

 

I would be good with just an air rifle. Plinking away at targets 100 meters away at very low costs. And I would be able to shoot smaller animals to cook and eat...

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