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drew_shipley
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2003 V6 Page

updated: Nov 21st 2005 @ 03:40 AM
V6 Mod list:
Engine:
CAI
Dual Exhaust - Mach 1 Takeoffs (w/ Mach 1 H-Pipe)
ASP 25% Underdrive Pully
MSD Plug Wires
Iridium Spark Plugs

Drivetrain:
Steeda Tri-Ax Short Throw Shifter

Suspension:
GT Front Swaybar
GT Rear Swaybar

Appearance:
GT Rear Bumper
GT Fog Lights
Mach 1 Grill Delete
FRPP Bullitt Pedals (Gas Pedal Raised)
FRPP Bullitt Fuel Door
MGW Composite Shit Knob
MGW Cup Holder Bezel

Dyno Video of Pull #2 click here

Here are the scans of my dyno graphs.

Run 1 = 179.05 RWHP & 215.13 RWTQ (SAE Corrected)


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Run 2 = 177.40 RWHP & 214.83 RWTQ (SAE Corrected)


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Pictures taken on 04-30-05:

Rear & Front


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Front & Side


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Interior


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Pictures taken on 03-18-05:

By the Ohio & From Above


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Front & Rear


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Side & Distance


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From Below 1 & 2


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Pictures of SAE 1st Annual Car Show 04-09-05:
The car show went really well and of all the cars there the Mustang was the best represented. Here are some shots I took.

My Car and drummerstang98's car


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99 GT, drummerstang98, Me, 05 GT & The Reverse


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05 GT Under Hood & Me Under Hood


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Drummerstang98 Under Hood


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Pictures taken on 01-21-05:

Front Shot & Front Fender


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Rear


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Engine Bay (w/ CAI)


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Pictures as of 09-16-04:
Pictures of my Mustang completely stock.

Exterior


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Engine Bay


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Interior


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Steeda Tri-Ax Install Pictures

I decided that I'd take some pictures while installing my Steeda Tri-Ax. I was in a hurry during installation, but here was the results:

My Steeda Tri-Ax out of the packaging &
Factory Shifter with trim removed


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Factory Shifter removed &
cleaning the remains of the left over gasket &


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Steeda Tri-Ax after install before putting the trim back on.


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Overall the install was easy and took me around 45 minutes. This is a great mod! I love the easy toggle-like shifts and I would recommend it to anyone. The Steeda Tri-Ax can be purchased from Steeda

www.steeda.com

ASP 25% Underdrive Pully Install Pictures

Me taking off the radiator overflow tank and the radiator fan.


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Engine bay without harmonic balancer &
Shot of the bare crankshaft


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Stock pully next the the new ASP pully &
Putting on the new harmonic balancer


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Putting the radiator fan back in &
Engine bay with new ASP Pully installed


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Me very tired after the install (finished @ 2:30 am)


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This installation wasn't hard, but took a good amount of time. It took me and my father basically all evening (granted we were outside in the dark because we had just sealed the driveway). We did paint the new harmonic balancer and any bolts we ran into with a black high temperature Rustolem paint to keep everything from rusting/oxidizing. This install did require a few tools (harmonic balancer puller) that the average person may not have (we had everthing needed thankfully). Overall I would recommend this modification. Good power for the money and it also gives you a few extra MPGs. You can purchase the ASP 25% UDP, new belt, and install bolt from Mik at RPM-Mustangs

www.rpm-mustangs.com

Exhaust & Appearance Pictures

Here are some pictures of my exhaust setup I had put on. The catback is off a 2004 Mach 1. I also was able to get the midpipe as well. The result of the merge was a full true dual 2.25" stainless steel exhaust system that sounds great!

I had the exhaust shop cut my midpipe and the Mach 1 midpipe after the cats. They then welded on the H section of the Mach 1 midpipe to my stock midpipe and then bolted the catback to the H-pipe.

The system sounds great and the car feels a bit nimbler throughout the RPM band, especially at higher RPMs.

Exhaust Before


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Back shot of the car with Mach 1 exhaust &
A close up of one of the chrome tips:


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Shot of the merged midpipes &
Shot of the underside of the car looking towards the rear:


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Bullitt Fuel Door & Mach 1 Grill Delete


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Interior Shots (MGW Items & Bullitt Pedals)


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GT Swaybar pics:


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Page 2 - Mod Pictures
Page 3 - Events/Shows
Page 4 - Old Pics
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Last 3 User Comments
bluegtangel
Apr 21st, 2008 @ 9:02 AM


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got ya ranked.great looking stang.plz return the fav.

Bullockracing
Mar 29th, 2007 @ 3:51 AM


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Gorgeous BLACK Mustang you have there!  Ranked ya big!  Hit me back when you get a chance.  Look me up on Black Mustang Club.com - and join up if you're not on already!!!

bmputz
Mar 7th, 2007 @ 4:54 PM


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Ranked Ya!  Come check out my stang and please rank me back.



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