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About Orange 94

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  • Birthday 07/28/1994

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    NoPulp.ca

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    Alberta Canada
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    Richard

My SN95

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    1994
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    V6
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    1994 Mustang
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    Orange

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  1. Orange 94

    FS: 2004 Mustang GT

    sold
  2. Orange 94

    Dalamar 96 GT

    So much yes!!! <3
  3. Orange 94

    Orange 94's Track Build

    Yes, it is sell it sells. If not then I have no problem keeping it. Just didn't have as much free time as I thought.
  4. Orange 94

    FS: 2004 Mustang GT

    Funds would be nice, but just don't have as much free time as I thought I had. Don't think I use the car enough to make it worth while.
  5. Orange 94

    Project NoPulp - V2

    One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.
  6. Orange 94

    FS: 2004 Mustang GT

    Vehicle Details Year : 2004 Make and Model : Ford Mustang Exterior Color : Black Interior Color : Dark Charcoal Auto or Manual? : Manual Odometer Reading : 95000 Location of Vehicle : Lethbridge Alberta Canada Description : See Below Extras : See Below Asking Price : $5500 Contact Information Send PM Pictures : 2004 Mustang by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_9462 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_9469 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_9474 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_9475 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_9479 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_9484 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_9488 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_9490 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_9496 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_9497 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2004 Mustang GT 4.6 V8 5 Speed Manual 95 000KM AC Power steering, brakes, windows, locks Traction Control Aftermarket : -Mach 1 chin spoiler -Mach 1 grill delete - Yellow fog light tint - BBK cold air intake - Throttle body spacer - MRT hood struts - Aftermarket clutch - UPR fire wall clutch adjuster - UPR quadrant - BBK X pipe - Custom catback exhaust - Sequential taillights - LED 3rd brake light - 35th Anniversary side scoop inserts - Billet interior switches/knobs - Gauge overlay - Viper alarm - Alpine deck - Rear lower control arms - Rear upper control arms - UPR lower torque box reinforcement - Wild Ride’s upper torque box plate - Corbeau RRS driver’s seat (Have factory electric seat, good shape) - 17” Eagle Alloy wheels Notes: - Car has been Re-VIN, but is currently registered and insured. I don’t know anything about the history. - Reverse can grind at times. - The paint isn’t great. The previous owner started on it, the rear bumper and trunk are in black primer. It would be a really sharp looking car with a simple paint job! No rust issues. *Can include spare parts. I have a second transmission (parts or rebuild) and some extra body parts I had from a parts car, silver in colour. Will get a list of those parts if interested. Asking $5500 OBO
  7. Orange 94

    Project NoPulp - V2

    Tore apart the old engine. The pistons and connecting rods broke in the rear 2 cylinders. My best guess is the connecting rods broke, which is a weak point. The piston pins were still attached to the connecting rod. The pistons were shattered. Other than the hole in the side it did minimal damage. There's a couple little nicks on the head. The cylinders are oddly clean, no gouges and only a bit of minor scoring in one cylinder. The crank seemed clean, would have to pull it out to see for sure. I'll also need to pull the cam to see if its damaged. 2017-11-29_04-53-21 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-53-04 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Pixel 2 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Pixel 2 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-52-29 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-52-39 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-52-13 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-51-58 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-51-33 by Richard Brown, on Flickr
  8. Orange 94

    Project NoPulp - V2

    I guess the question is why V2 now? Well the engine blew. Thankfully it happened at a track and it could easily be dealt with, damage being isolated to just the engine. I hate doing repairs, but very much enjoy doing upgrades which I now have the opportunity to do. I would like to do something unique again, but the only regret I have with the previous build was not driving it enough. While it ran good, it always had some quirks which is expected. I wanted to do a setup that would provide great power, reliability and drivability. There was really very little debate on going with a coyote swap, so here we go! IMG_4509 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_4512 by Richard Brown, on Flickr I currently have a coyote swap kit – pretty much the entire mustang GT minus the body, rear end, interior and suspension. This kit however is for my dad’s 56 ford, which will also be receiving a coyote swap. I’ll be using it to test fit some components like the getrag transmission before ordering what I need. I have also received all the Maximum Motorsports front suspension componets to make the swap happen – tubular k-member, coilover kit for my tokico struts, tubular A arms, and bump steer kit. IMG_0984 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_0987 by Richard Brown, on Flickr The first step was to remove all the old components and start from scratch. IMG_0989 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_0998 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_0995 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1000 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_0994 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Then the old suspension. IMG_1006 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1005 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1004 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1003 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1002 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1001 by Richard Brown, on Flickr
  9. Orange 94

    Project NoPulp - V2

    Hello! I wanted to start a fresh build thread for V2 of Project NoPulp. I figured people would be interested in my process of coyote swapping, so I’ll do my best to document it. A bit of a summary of V1 – the car was purchased as a father-son project in Feb 2007, I was 12 years old at the time. The idea was to do something a bit different. We ended up rebuilding the entire car and swapped a 4.2 V6 from a F150 and supercharged it using the M112 from a cobra. I did a more in depth write up on Speedhunters: http://www.speedhunters.com/2016/06/orange-no-pulp-different-kind-mustang/ speedhunters mustang by Richard Brown, on Flickr Here’s just a few photos of the build to give you an idea. 3.3 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 1 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 7 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 8 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 9 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 10 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 11 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Finished Result: NoPulp by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_5113 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_5126 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_5160 by Richard Brown, on Flickr
  10. Orange 94

    Newest Staff Member- Blackmage

    Welcome
  11. Orange 94

    Rolocut #ambros photo shoot

    Nice photos!!
  12. Orange 94

    suspension of direct file uploading

    There's no active trump thread for me to derail here!
  13. Orange 94

    suspension of direct file uploading

    I LIKE TURTLES
  14. Orange 94

    SN95Source Under NEW OWNERSHIP!!

    I could see it earlier on my work desktop, now I can't. That's why I said don't use google for photos hosting, glitchy af. There's not enough room for the site image uploader. Use a photo sharing site.
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