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Well that was easy

2011 GT, automatic, 100% stock untouched engine/trans.

And chopped the tree down to boot.





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gears and tune...and tires IIRC
Yep,that and some kind of Magnaflow exhaust with cats.
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Gear
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Exhaust(not headers)
Removed sway bar
rear upper and lower control arms that do nothing for it right now since it leaves so slow

Other than that all stock down to the factory airbox. I think my lack of headers and CAI is driving certain people crazy right now since they dropped 2 grand on those 2 parts, and my car is faster.

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good job Kris.

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What gear ratio?

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It's a 4.30 gear.

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Thumbs up Great Job Kris

Thats the way to do it!!!!

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Very impressive. Congrats.

Now to get it down to 10 since 11 was so easy.

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Very impressive. Congrats.

Now to get it down to 10 since 11 was so easy.
I have a feeling a torque converter will be worth something like a half second. Better air will be worth a good bit. Might not be too difficult.

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Yeah but how is your gas mileage??

I am kidding.

Been toying with the fact that spending the money on one of these beasts might be a good idea.


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Actually, stock MPG was 25, now it is 23, so not bad,

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Actually, stock MPG was 25, now it is 23, so not bad,

Well there you have it.
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Actually, stock MPG was 25, now it is 23, so not bad,
Thats awesome for an 11 sec car!

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Well red we can get them ordered up

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Wow awesome time! What was the weather conditions?

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Wow awesome time! What was the weather conditions?

San Antonio in August on a day where it got over 100 degrees, so not good. Air was 2552 feet at the time of this pass. This corrects to a [email protected]

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rear upper and lower control arms that do nothing for it right now since it leaves so slow

Other than that all stock down to the factory airbox. I think my lack of headers and CAI is driving certain people crazy right now since they dropped 2 grand on those 2 parts, and my car is faster.
Well done Kris! I finally got to drive a 2011 Mustang GT today although it was not an automatic. Not a single dealer in Saskatchewan has an 2011 GT Automatic for me to drive. Likely won't have mine until early October as that is what the salesman said.

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Well done Kris! I finally got to drive a 2011 Mustang GT today although it was not an automatic. Not a single dealer in Saskatchewan has an 2011 GT Automatic for me to drive. Likely won't have mine until early October as that is what the salesman said.
That's all you can find down here. When I bought mine it was the only 6-speed on the lot.


I'm trying to avoid modding mine until I can pick up a cheap beater for winter, but dang, this isn't making it easier. Visually...the CS front end is definitely a winner.

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Nice job Kris. Was in concord for nmra/nmca this weekend and was watching all these 2011 running really good even in the 94+ heat.


On yours the bumper cover and grill are CS and that's it right?

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My lower fascia is a GT/CS, it's just the bottom flat black part. Other than that the rest of the bumper is the same for all GTs. My grille is a Roush, the GT/CS grille is chrome rather than black, but otherwise similar: http://forums.themustangsource.com/f...-gt-cs-485630/

Anyone wanting to do this should get both parts at once, as you have to pull the whole bumper off for either of them.

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What's the specs on your rear wheels? I'm planning to take mine out next weekend. I've got the DR's here for the Bird that are on 15" Mustang wheels...just wondering if a 15" will clear the rear brakes.

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well, what size are the rear brakes?

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