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  1. SVT Cobra Fog Light LED Bulbs Fog Light LEDs for 2003-2004 Ford SVT Cobra (pair) We carry LED bulbs for replacement of your Termi's fog lights in all major sizes. This will make your fog lights a nice bright white, without the hassle of HIDs! Just simple plug and play, replace the bulb and you are good to go! We carry the brightest, highest-quality bulbs at the lowest prices. Your order will ship same day, and we're here if you need us for support and service. And we do not raise prices to astronomical levels- We're breaking that market trend, and offering you great, low prices, every day. These LED bulbs are designed by us here in St. Louis, and every bulb carries with it a three-year limited warranty. We also offer three bulb model options: HP48: 265 lumens. Lower brightness than factory, but still provides the crisp white, modern color of LEDs. XP80: 510 lumens. Similar brightness to factory. XML2:1420 lumens. Much brighter than factory. These are bright! *XML2 Available in Yellow (3000K) / Natural White (4300K) / Pure White (5000K) / Cool White (6000K) Bulb Design: HP48: This bulb is designed with 48 Epistar 3014 LED chips. Thanks to the cap on the top, the light from this High Power Bulb is shined backwards and away from the bulb, not straight out. This means the output is excellent, because it uses the vehicle's housing completely, which then shines the light much more uniformly. XP80: Each of the four sides of this bulb contains three 5W-rated chips, and the top is fitted with four more, under a projector lens. This is the brightest self-contained automotive LED bulb on the market, and is housed in an aluminum casing with a textured finish for maximum heatsinking properties. XML2: Two opposing genuine CREE XM-L2 chips, driven at high power by self-contained regulator unit, in an attractive cast-aluminum housing. Fully waterproof, non-polar, modular design. These bulbs are made up of a quality plastic connector to slide right into the plug, as well as high durability terminals. A load resistor is embedded to prevent blowing the LEDs from voltage surge, and a diode is implanted to protect the LEDs from reverse polarity. The LED is wired for 12V operation, the kind found on all vehicles. Included in your order is TWO BULBS (to fit your Cobra). All of our products come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee and a 3-year limited warranty. Fog Light LEDs for 2003-2004 Ford SVT Cobra (pair) Good vs. Bad LED Bulbs: Testing Current - YouTube ***We have bulbs for all SVT Cobra years!!!*** Any questions, feel free to ask via email (contact@diodedynamics.com), Post, PM or call: (314) 205-3033 *PM us for the free-shipping code* (U.S. forum members only) Thanks, Nick C. Diode Dynamics
  2. So I've been in the mustang game since the mid 1990's. Back in the late 1980's to early 1990's I was a Camaro guy and spent quite a bit of money on going fast. I had a few camaros including 1969, 1976, 1980, 1985 Iroc, and 1986 Z28. I bought a 1989 LX coupe and never looked back! Took that car to a 10 second 1/4 mile with a 347 stroker and nitrous rowing a 5 speed back in 1996 and driving it to the track. Later on it became a race car and I took it too far and lost interest, sadly selling it right before I got married in 2000. I then went thru quite a few project cars over the years including the famous TTSALEEN that was a twin 67 turbo 5.4 engine that made 1,200 rwhp. I had that car for 12 years and loved it. Got in a few magazine articles with it and won a few dyno competitions. Unfortunately it sat in the garage alot and a guy offered me a good amount of cash for it, so I sold it. Since then I've had a 2002 Saleen twin turbo, 1998 Cobra, 1995 GT, 1994 GT, 1993 Reef Blue coupe, 2006 GT, 2008 GT500, and a 2003 Red Mach 1 with and Eaton swap. My current fleet includes a 2003 10th anniversary Terminator, 2003 Mach 1, and a 2008 Pontiac G8 GT. 2003 Cobra Stock engine VMP 2.3 TVS with GT500 t/b upgrade Metco 2# lower pulley American Racing Headers and 3" x-pipe 80# injectors Lethal Performance return fuel system with twin 465 pumps on E85 Magnaflow magnapack catback McLeod RST clutch Spec aluminum flywheel MGW Shifter Full Tilt Boogie Racing IRS suspension upgrade 3.73 gears LFP rear differential cover AFS 18" wheels Toyo T1 front tires and TQ rear tires 725rwhp on 21# boost This is one of my favorite cars to date. I plan to keep this car a long time. I absolutely love the TVS supercharger on this thing! Makes so much torque! 2003 Mach 1 Terminator engine and T56 swap (50k miles take-out) 2.6 Kennebell supercharger 80# injectors Lethal Performance return fuel system with twin 465 pumps on E85 MAC offroad prochamber to stock manifolds Magnaflow catback Spec Stage 2 clutch Spec aluminum flywheel MGW Shifter Steeda double adjustable upper control arms Maximum motorsports lower control arms 3.73 gears AFS 18" wheels Toyo T1 front tires and R888 rear tires 625rwhp on 19# boost I love the looks of the Mach 1. I missed my red one after selling it so I was on the lookout for another. When I found this Azure Blue one in Delaware, I immediately drove the 14 hour round trip to own it! This car is my daily driver and is probably the most fun car I've had that serves this purpose! 2008 Pontiac G8 L76 engine Rotofab cold air LS7 mass air meter ported stock throttle body SLP underdrive crank pulley ported and modified stock intake ported, polished, shaved, flowed stock heads Upgraded valves, valve springs, retainers, and locks Removed disable-on-demand (DOD) and replaced lifters and pushrods Little Lunati camshaft OBX long tube headers and 3" x-pipe Hooker Maxflow mufflers 3.45 differential Built and tuned by Rick Crawford Racing Runs 11.50's @ 120mph all motor in 1/4 on drag radials. This is the family car. My wife took over this project since I sold her GT500. This car is fast, easily hauls the family comfortably on long vacation trips, and can daily drive fine with over 23mpg on the highway. Such a fun car, and a shame that GM killed off the Pontiac line with the success they had in producing such a fine car (even if it was imported from Holden in Australia). Ryan
  3. OK guys this is going to be a long and tedious tale of one hell of a transformation. I've been on here a while but I couldn't remember my username or password so I had to make a new profile, all is well though as this gives me a fresh start with a community I've spent more time with than I can care to recall. Back Story: I have owned 3 GTs in years past and my 94 5.0 convertible was my first car. Ever since the ripe young age of 16 I've always dreamt of having my own Cobra. 10 years later I have started my tale. From the pics this car doesn't look half bad, but believe me it's rough. The previous owners were very neglectful and did this car such an injustice. The paint is gone. There is absolutely no saving it. I'll post pic of this later. The interior was filthy, the exterior was grimy. A mess nonetheless. But after looking the car over and seeing the potential I made the guy an offer I was certain he would refuse. Surprisingly he countered a mere $300 more so i took it home. So I bought this car 3 weeks ago in NC. On my way to dads house (2.5 hours away) right after i bought the car, the clutch cable snapped and i was SOL. I made it to his house by rev matching, which was only made harder as I hadn't done this in years. But alas, it was parked safe awaiting new goodies. Here's the car when i bought it. I got online and ordered a new EXEDY Stage 2 Clutch, Steeda Clutch Cable, clutch quadrant and firewall adjuster. I also ordered a slew of other parts to get this Cobra into decent shape. Odometer gear, BBK off-road X pipe, MIL eliminators, and my beloved SLP LM1's. This is exhaust is freaking LOUD! I'm in love! Anyways, as I was installing all these parts i decided to paint my undercarriage to keep the surface rust at bay, once I rebuild the motor and do an IRS swap I'll redo my under carriage to my standards. As I am mildly OCD about my vehicles it will eventually get done the correct way or drive me insane. I only did a partial job because Of the planned IRS swap. Anyways I got the car ready for inspection, then BAM check engine light. figured it was the O2 sensors and sure enough it was, But I also go the P1443 code but I just changed the Purge Valve and that code went off. So after that I put the stock catted H-pipe back on to pass inspection and off it came again. FYI...LM1+cats=...LM1+no cats=... So It passed inspection and I brought the car back down to Savannah with me and it did pretty good. My neighbors hate me I'm sure. My wife and I name all our vehicles and this special lady of mine is no different so after thinking back on the names already given to previous cars and she "spoke" to me and now we call her Allie (short for Alice LOL) Nevertheless, me and the Mrs. gave her a bath and I got rid of the ghastly Saleen decals and shined up the wheels. She still needs a lot of work and she's far from perfect but here she is looking much better. The list of future mods are extensive and exhausting so I'll save you the trouble or reading it all and me typing it all but the biggest mods will include paint, interior, air ride, IRS, a T56 and some forced lovin'. Oh I did forget to mention that one of the previous owners installed a viper alarm system and whoever installed it did such a shotty job. It took my a few hours to trace wires, patch wires and wrap wires that the installer just tapped into like it was a POS Honda that a high schooler thought was "Ballin" So I found dash harness online that looks pretty good for a decent price. When i get it I'll pull the dash and clean up behind it and install the new harness. Hopefully that will fix my interior lighting problem. If not, at least I know the harness is good and safe. But while all that's apart hopefully I can get to the stuff that should be replaced while the dash is out. I'll post updates. When the stuff comes in. Anyways, this is one of my childhood dream cars so I have no plans to get rid of it. With that in mind, I don't mind dumping a stupids amount of money at this thing. All over a period of what I can afford and when of course. But let me know what you guys think and I'm open to suggestions on future mods, just let me know opinions!
  4. jos3.svt

    2v -> 4v

    How difficult would it be to swap 2v heads to 4v? What do I need besides the head?
  5. I had the opportunity to detail a sweet 1996 Mystic Cobra mustang this week. Car has only 29k original miles and quite a few sweet mods including a vortech supercharger. I did my 3 day detail job on this car and here's the process - Hand wash and dry Clay bar 2 Stage compound Polish IPO Wipedown Ceramic coating Top coat Wheel polish Tire shine Underhood detail including polishing chrome/polish parts Interior detail including carpets, leather seat conditioning, windows, door panels, etc.
  6. SORRY FOR LONG INTRODUCTION. New to this forum, decided I'd give a little background before getting into my first thread here. I have grown up in a Ford family, and have been through many cars growing up.. over the past two years my father passed down his first car that he never sold - a '69 mustang fastback that has been through upwards of 7 motors and who knows how many colors - and I completely restored it. Metalwork, bodywork, built the engine, etc. (He had let it sit outside for over 10 years.) My family owns a family-run garage here in NC and in general we are dedicated Ford people. My father was a bodyman for about 11 years and mechanic for about 35. Okay, enough about non-SN95s. Any questions about them I will post under a different topic. Alright, quick overview of the SN95s me and my father have owned. (We share cars, and share burnouts. Great family huh?) 97 V6 stick, black, did small mods to and then sold because it was a V6 and we had other projects (sounded good though, no cats and full dual exhaust.) 98 GT auto, again black, small amount of customization (nothing worth listing.) Kept it for a while, but was disappointing because let's face it - stock 4.6 GTs with an auto are slow. Then, just recently, we ran across a craigslist ad: A '98 Cobra Vert for $1500, had been sitting for about a year and supposedly just needed a clutch. We get there, and the entire front subframe is dropped from this car with no tools and the hardware is all in a 5 gallon drum. The paint had been ran all over the place because, as they man said, his 85 year old uncle painted it right before he passed and he just wanted to get rid of the car. The guy felt bad that we drove 2 hours only to not be able to load it on our trailer and said he'd knock $300 off and we can use that money to get a rollback to get it home. He didn't know who he was talking two. Me and my father worked for about 4 hours with two pairs of vise grips, a rusty floor jack the guy found in his backyard, and random bolts we found that fit the holes. Dragged it onto the trailer and brought it home for $1,200. (The guy was impressed.) Mechanically: Later in ownership we find out that the old man had jacked the motor up on the oilpan when changing the clutch, as it already had a new one in it, and had already run the motor low on oil and caused all the timing chain guides to wear prematurely. Fixed the oil pan as soon as we got it before even cranking it the first time but without tearing down the front half of the motor. Drove it for about 2 months until I heard metal-on-metal VERY LOUD clashing. Sounded like a knocking piston, turned out to be something far more repairable. (Plastic wore off the top guide, currently replacing all guides, chains, and tensioners.) Looks/ Mods: - Alright, so, it obviously needs repainting. (Was black from the factory, the older man painted it yellow. Undecided on what color we are going to paint it now.) - Needs a new top. - Interior is surprisingly pristine except back seat is rotted from leaking top. (Anybody have a tan backseat bottom they are willing to give up for cheap?) - It sounds amazing, as it has a Magnaflow exhaust with H pipe and factory catalyst converters that were somehow mysteriously hollowed out in our ownership, DEFINITELY not something we would do to make it sound better. *coughs* - It came with the 5 spoke chrome rims with an R in the middle. Not personally a fan, but also not a fan of their current replacement. Rims/tires will definitely be coming after paint. - IMO Sn95s almost always have to have a wing. Already got the saleen style one for it, will be adding on when painted. - Will get lowered. Considering just cutting springs for now. If so, how much do I cut? Will be posting updates as things are done and will be listening to every opinion and piece of advice y'all have to give. 1. What color? Me and my Dad are thinking grabber blue so that it can match the '69 mustang I restored. Still undecided though. 2. What should be some "necessary" mods that are fairly cheap? I've heard things about short-throw shifters with stops are a must since it didn't have stops from the factory that can result in breaking a shifting fork. (This happend on the T-5 that's in my Dad's 1956 Ford with a 351W).
  7. I'm looking at purchasing a Cobra front bumper. I found that Rockauto has one for $128 bones. The price is great since I've found that beat up used ones go for more around here. Is their quality any good? Anyone with any experience? Thanks!
  8. All of these pictures are from the Official Meet N Greet at the Palace Theatre.
  9. These are pretty crappy pictures but I thought I'd share them. They are from the "Unofficial" Meet N Greet held on Monday near the Hard Rock cafe. There was even an "unofficial unofficial" meet n greet the day before loaded with as many cars as the unofficial meet n greet last year!
  10. I'll just get you started with two of my favorite cars from this event held a few weeks ago.
  11. Me and Josh have been working on a Mach 1 for over a week now. This customer bought a Kenne Bell'd Cobra engine, transmission and required accessories to swap into his Mustang along with Cobra bumpers, a Cobra hood and all the Cobra badging, and Kooks long tubes and x-pipe combo. Here's what he bought: http://www.ebay.com/itm/03-04-Ford-Mustang-SVT-Cobra-Engine-Drivetrain-Transmission-Swap-T56-600RWHP-KB-/181623815434?nav=WATCHING_ENDED&nma=true&si=s3D2j1CzFyvfMdEkAYdLLBDvnUQ%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557 I don't have a ton of pictures but some interesting information and warnings about buying something like this. I'll apologize now for the crappy/blurry pictures. We're too busy to worry about using a nice camera so all the pictures are from our phones. Here we are unloading everything: The Mach 1's radiator is bigger than this... interesting. What a mess of pulleys and belts! The bad news began really fast as we found 3 of the 4 Metco idler pulleys to have bad bearings along with 1 or 2 other factory idlers. And what's this?!?! A freaking missing main cap side bolt! We came up with this list in the first day or two. - The oil pan was smashed from shipping and removal of the pan showed the pickup to be bent as well. - We had a set of powder coated cam covers to install so we needed to remove the factory cam covers. Two intake manifold bolts snapped but thankfully (For some weird reason), the rest of the broken bolts unthreaded by hand. Phew! - This was claimed to be a "drop in". No way. The timing cover gaskets were leaking and needed replaced. - One of the nipples on the bottom of the power steering reservoir was broken off. - When we removed the transmission, the inner part of the pilot bearing fell right out. It was toast!!! This scared us at first. The back half of the intake manifold was covered in oil. We weren't sure if the included oil separator had caused the issue or not so we were crossing our fingers, hoping there wasn't a bigger problem. The supercharger had no oil in it which was a cause for concern. I've never seen of these before so I had to check out www.Acceleronics.com to read up. It's a neat concept. The VersaFueler is a box that allows the use of low impedence injectors with the factory computer. We removed the fuel pumps from the new tank real quick to make sure the tank was indeed from a Cobra. I guess we'll see how the factory pumps work with the VersaFueler and larger fuel injectors. If you take notice, there is one connection that is different from the Mach 1 tank to the Cobra tank. The Cobra has a nipple (I'm going to use this word so much) on the front of the tank on the driver side. The Mach's connection is in the middle so we had to swap all the emissions hoses. Aaaannndddd onto another post so I don't lose all this
  12. All of my Mustang Week pictures can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/sean.kivler/media_set?set=a.10152311881063576.1073741856.599838575&type=3 I will slowly update Flickr as I have time.

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