Pics of my 95 GT

Discussion in 'Members Rides' started by red95gtcoupe, Jul 24, 2007.

  1. red95gtcoupe

    red95gtcoupe New Member

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  2. Dalamar

    Dalamar Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    lookin good. Those HL's go good with your paint.
     
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    quickstang_1994 Well-Known Member

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    Time to lower.Nice though
     
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    What kind of smoked headlights are those?
     
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    Nice, those look like wide rear tyres.
     
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    Good looking Mustang!!
     
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    nice car....I love laser red 95 GT's with smoked headlights ;) Also, whats your setup to make the skinnies fit. I'm looking to possibly get pro stars or some sort of drag wheels for my 95 and have heard that most people have to use spacers, longer studs, and grind the calipers.
     
  8. scarface

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    looks nice
     
  9. red95gtcoupe

    red95gtcoupe New Member

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    Thanks guys. It is a 15x5 prostar in the front with a 165 tire. I had to get 3'' studs and use a spacer (i forget the thickness). The rears are a 275/50/15 M/T drag radial. It does have a 4x4 stance. Hopefully Ill be getting some coilovers soon with some drag shocks/struts. I forget the headlight brand, but they are from ebay. I had to search awhile before I found them. I didnt want projectors or some of the other ones that are common on ebay. I think these ran 90 or so before shipping. The M/Ts are about shot and i think ill go with a real ET Street this next time. I suck at launching with DRs and the best 60' so far is 1.75. Hopefully a wrinkle wall tire will be more forgiving on the launch.

    Brian
     
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    you need to play with launch technique and tire pressure....my own example: a buddies car (a track car), mid 8s in the 1/4 on a M/T drag radial, 325-50-15 on a 15x10 rim...his 60ft..1.23....so dont rule out the DRs just yet...gotta play with em a little........
     
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    simple clean unmolested. I like O0
     
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    Nice O0
     
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    +1 :thumb: