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    How is the SRT-4 faster than a Ford Mustang?

    I've seen so many races between the SRT-4 and the Ford Mustang and the Mustangs always lose.  Supposedly they have a V8 but they can't keep up with a 4 cylinder?  The SRT-4 is fast, I mean, faster than a 350Z, S2000, WRX, and any Honda, but those all have less than 8 cylinders.  Ford has no real excuses to be so slow.

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    What is this device?

    I found this device plugged in under my rear seat near the fuse panel. It doesn’t have any model information, just has the word “Anaba” across the top. I did some searched and couldn’t find anything about - not even a photo. Anyone have any idea what it is?

    9 Answers2 weeks ago
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    pick up load limits?

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    The 2009 Explorer Sport Trac has a payload of 1407-1437 depending on features and options. In other words call it 1400 lbs.

    That's the amount of weight you can add to the empty vehicle before you hit the gross weight rating.

    So if you take 1400 and subtract YOUR weight and the weight of anyone else who will be riding with you and the weight of anything else you'll have in the vehicle, that's how much dirt you can haul without going over the truck's rated weight limits.

    Dirt and soil generally weigh bout 2200 lbs per cubic yard, so you can probably haul about a half yard per trip. You might be over by a few pounds but if you're not going very far and not doing 70 mph on the highway you should be fine.

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    How many pounds can  a 2003 Ford F-350 SRW tow vs a Dually?

    Hi,

     How many pounds can a 2003 Ford F-350 SRW tow vs a dually with either the Triton V8, Triton V10 gas engines or the 7.3 L and 6.0 L Powerstroke diesel engines? 

    4 Answers3 weeks ago
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    If you had to drive strictly Ford for the rest of your life, what model would you pick?

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    Mustang all the way (my dream car), if I could afford one and yellow. Looks cool sounds cool. I think Mustangs are bad a@@.

    What would you think of a woman showing up in a Mustang rather then an F150.... Cool I'm hoping...Also Mustang is by Ford... :)

    F150 boring. to me..

    13 Answers1 month ago
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    What can I do to safely make my Mustang ecoboost faster safely?

    So I have an ecoboost. I really like the car but I want it to be faster. What can I make it faster without hurting the motor?

    8 Answers1 month ago
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    I’m currently 17 soon turning 18 and I have zero driving experience. I wanted to ask is getting a 1965 mustang as a first car a good idea?

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    I drive a '66 Mustang in England and here we can get dirt cheap insurance if you put it on a classic car policy with a low mileage limit. Mine is only 3000 miles p.a. 

    However, it is definitely not a beginners car. Mine only has lap belts in the front, the steering can be vague and heavy, the V8 drinks fuel like it's going out of fashion, and having drum brakes all round means when you want to stop you have to call the brakes and they write back with an appointment.

    It's great fun in the summer which is just as well because the heating and demisting are as good as useless, and being rear wheel drive makes it a bit of a white knuckle ride on icy roads so no good in the winter.

    Big points in its favour are its mechanical simplicity, being easy to work on, and easy availability of spares and components, which given the number of breakdowns you'll experience in a 56 year old car, is essential.

    I love having an old Mustang but would never consider it as a daily driver or a suitable vehicle for a learner.

    17 Answers2 months ago
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    I want to get a cheap used pickup for hauling around stuff and occasionally towing, will it add a lot to my insurance premium ?

    Im 21 currently play about 1700 a month for liability insurance, o have a 2012 Ford Focus right now but I want to get an single cab pickup for hauling and doing things like that. Will it be a lot to my insurance if I’m only driving it occasionally 

    9 Answers2 months ago
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    Can I adjust the idle or gears on a 2004 Ford Mustang?

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    The idle isn't adjustable as it's controlled by the ECU. At any rate that wouldn't solve your problem, as you'd still be turning 700 RPM in 3rd gear. The RPM you're turning at a given speed is determined by the ratio of the gear your in, the axle ratio, and tire diameter. Idle speed doesn't factor into it. 

    You could swap out your rear end gears, but I don't think that's what's going on here.  You have 3.27's in there now.  Assuming stock sized tires (225/55/16 or just under 25 inches diameter) If you have the T-5 manual then you should be be turning just a little over 2500 RPM at 30 MPH in 2nd gear. But in third gear you should be about 1700 RPM at 30 MPH.  The only way you're turning 700 RPM at 30 MPH is if you're going from 2nd all the way to fifth. in 5th gear at 700 RPM you would be doing about 30 MPH per the math. 

    It sounds an awful lot like you're going from 2nd gear to 5th gear when you're in town. 

    9 Answers2 months ago
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    How do I know what type Of gas my new car takes?

    Just bought a Ford bronco sport and it's time to put gas in it. How do I know type of gas it takes regular, ultimate diSeal etc...

    12 Answers2 months ago
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    Is the 2010 Ford Escape XLS a good vehicle?

    I'm interested in buying a 2010 Ford Escape XLS from a used car dealer. It has 113,000 miles on it and it's $7,000. 

    Is the 2010 Ford Escape a good, reliable type of vehicle?

    5 Answers2 months ago
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    Is a 2005 ford explorer sport trac a Reliable vehicle?

    4 WHEEL DRIVE,17 INCH RACELINE WHEELS,FALKEN WILDPEAK TIRES,2 INCH LIFT NICE SOUND SYSTEM TRUCK HAS A FEW COSMETIC THINGS BUT RUNS GOOD 4 WHEEL DRIVE WORKS GOOD.HAS LED HEADLIGHTS odometer: 156000 6 cylinders.  $5,000

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    Will the 2005 mustang gt be worth anything in the future?

    will the 2005 mustang gt 4.6 lt v8 be worth any money down the line? I'm thinking of selling my mustang and buying something different but I know that the 2005 mustang gt is what inspired the new generation of muscle cars so im wondering wondering if I should fix it and keep it so I dont regret selling it years later when it turns out to be worth something or possibly a collectible. 

    5 Answers3 months ago
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