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If I put an aluminium block in my car, and have around 325 rwhp there will be no reason she can't run with a new one that puts down 400 rwhp that weights almost 4k, I will be almost 1k lbs lighter. Old cars isn't as bad as people think.
The red one is a pi swapped car with no interior. One drivers seat and a dash and that’s it. It was running 70-75 mph and a mid 9 sec in the 1/8. The new full interior mustang GT’s run closer to 90 mph and low 8 seconds. They’re not all that slow.
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The GTS models can go a little faster cause their not as heavy, but you better have a good engine in it with some tricky dooos!

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If I put an aluminium block in my car, and have around 325 rwhp there will be no reason she can't run with a new one that puts down 400 rwhp that weights almost 4k, I will be almost 1k lbs lighter. Old cars isn't as bad as people think.
The red one is a pi swapped car with no interior. One drivers seat and a dash and that’s it. It was running 70-75 mph and a mid 9 sec in the 1/8. The new full interior mustang GT’s run closer to 90 mph and low 8 seconds. They’re not all that slow.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0Jp3S-nALIQ
oh yeah the new ones ain't slow at all. But the pi swapped car isn't making that great of a power probably. I think it's funny how he has the interior out lol like that's going to help. One guy I knew had a bone stock 2v pi with a set of radials on it, launching at 5k and ran a 12.1, so that would put him in the 8's bone stock. It was crazy watching him go.
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If I put an aluminium block in my car, and have around 325 rwhp there will be no reason she can't run with a new one that puts down 400 rwhp that weights almost 4k, I will be almost 1k lbs lighter. Old cars isn't as bad as people think.
The red one is a pi swapped car with no interior. One drivers seat and a dash and that’s it. It was running 70-75 mph and a mid 9 sec in the 1/8. The new full interior mustang GT’s run closer to 90 mph and low 8 seconds. They’re not all that slow.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0Jp3S-nALIQ
oh yeah the new ones ain't slow at all. But the pi swapped car isn't making that great of a power probably. I think it's funny how he has the interior out lol like that's going to help. One guy I knew had a bone stock 2v pi with a set of radials on it, launching at 5k and ran a 12.1, so that would put him in the 8's bone stock. It was crazy watching him go.
Yeah this guys was kinda whack. I think he said 260-280 rear horse?? Might not have been that high. It looked like a death trap inside.
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I would never take my interior out no matter what. I love my girl to much to take it out and launch it time after time. I think I would just buy one specifically for that. I don't care to sometimes every once in a while, but not every weekend. I definitely know how to bring a car off the line, I've just grew to respect my car more. I like a good roll race to show the true power of the car
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