2003-2004 Terminator memory lane... Walker

Re: 2003-2004 Terminator memory lane... Walker

Postby jhwalker » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:48 pm

I guess the fact that the 2003-4 could run mid-11s with just bolt-ons , never modifying the internals, when other cars of the same vintage could not run mid-11s without a massiveinfusion of time/money is what set it apart.
I love the Coyote engine, but when I see a big headline 'COYOTE RUNS 11.88!' 14 years after we were running so much faster, :think:

Which of your many mods introduced the driveshaft wobble? I had forgotten about that...

I recently read a 2003-2004 vs Coyote go-fast analysis that concluded that the 'relic' was the way to go fast (but not the 'quality' street ride). As usual, I think we agree on this, but enjoy the jibba-jabba. :whistle:
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Re: 2003-2004 Terminator memory lane... Walker

Postby 03_SONIC_BLUR » Wed Nov 29, 2017 12:08 pm

Wow. I posted troll bait for Tetge with that pic of my Mach 1, and not a peep. Is he out of gin?
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Re: 2003-2004 Terminator memory lane... Walker

Postby jhwalker » Wed Nov 29, 2017 1:18 pm

03_SONIC_BLUR wrote:Wow. I posted troll bait for Tetge with that pic of my Mach 1, and not a peep. Is he out of gin?


Good question... :lol:
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