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Thread: My 2002 V6 Coupe - long winded with pics and a video

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    Member Laffs's Avatar
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    That wing fits a lot better than I thought it would. Nice work
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    Nicely done!

    2014 GT- MT 82, 3.73,Roush a/b, Forgestar f14 19x9/10 conti DW 245/275 ,BMR springs sp009, pan hard, koni yellows ,m/m caster,
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    because I havent posted in a while, and although I have some stuff coming down the pipe, here is an before and after about 10 years apart


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    Quote Originally Posted by dbovine View Post
    because I havent posted in a while, and although I have some stuff coming down the pipe, here is an before and after about 10 years apart

    Very nice! Looking good


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    2014 GT- MT 82, 3.73,Roush a/b, Forgestar f14 19x9/10 conti DW 245/275 ,BMR springs sp009, pan hard, koni yellows ,m/m caster,
    MGW XSPEC
    slow 5.0 even slower driver

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    I agree. Sweet looking ride.

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    So I ordered reman 03 SVT cobra calipers and brackets from rock auto, Price was $200 CAD for the pair, including the core price as long as I went with ones that didn't say cobra.

    Here is what I got.



    Id say this is a pretty good deal for those looking to upgrade to cobra sized calipers

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    Nice score / crazy good price.

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    agreed, nice score! You're gonna love the cobra brake upgrade, especially if the car finds itself on a track. Couple that with some good pads and you're off to the races!

    couple of inches doesn't sound like a big difference, but when you put the stock rotors next to the cobra ones....
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    Verdict is still out if Im going to upgrade the rears to the cobra size. the adapter plates for the rear housing will cost more than these calipers did. the rear again would be mostly for looks as the caliper is almost the same, just a larger rotor

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