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My NEW 2004 Jet Black Mach 1

JDraper

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Good Night all :) !!
 

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JDraper

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Ok, a couple of daylight motor shots :).

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BADASS JEFF!!!! Congrats dude. So what are the specs on that thing, 4.6 NA DOHC V8 I can see, but what about the tranny? IRS? Specs Jeff, we need Specs!!!!!
 






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Here's all the tech specs you could want :)

MACH 1
Front Suspension
Springs 600 lbs./in. linear
(lowers car ½ in.)
Struts 35 mm piston Tokico Valve Shocks
Stabilizer Bar 26.5 mm (1.04 in.) solid

Rear Suspension
Springs 250 lbs./in. linear
(lowers car ½ in.)
Shocks 30 mm piston, Tokico valve
Stabilizer Bar 23 mm (.905 in.) solid

Brakes
Front
Calipers Twin piston aluminum painted
Rotors 330 mm (13 in.) Brembo vented
Rear
Calipers Single Piston
Rotors 296mm (11.7 in.) Brembo vented

ABS and Traction Control

Misc. Subframe connectors

Engine
Engine Type MOD 4.6L DOHC V-8
Displacement 4.6L, 281 cu. in.
Horsepower @ rpm 305 @ 6000
Torque lb-ft. @ rpm 320 @ 4250
Compression Ratio 10.1:1
Bore and Stroke 90.2 mm x 90 mm
(3.55 in. x 3.54 in.)
Fuel System Sequential multi-port
Electronic fuel injection
Fuel Requirement Premium (91 octane minimum)
Exhaust System Stainless steel with Chromed rolled tips
MPG CITY/HWY 17/25 (5-speed manual)

Transmission
Tremec 5 Speed
Gear Ratios 1st - 3.38; 2nd - 2.00; 3rd - 1.32; 4th - 1.00; 5th - 0.62; Rev. - 3.38

Rear Suspension
Four-bar link with coil springs on lower arm, unique horizontal axle damper and stabilizer bar
8.8" 28 spline 3.55 Trac-Loc axle

Wheels 17 x 8-inch Magnum 500-style "Heritage Style" (5 spoke)
Tires Goodyear 245/45ZR17 Eagle ZR45
Dimensions
Wheelbase 257.3 cm (101.3 in.)
Overall Length 465.3 cm (183.2 in.)
Overall Height 132.9 cm (52.35 in.)
Overall Width 185.6 cm (73.1 in.)
Tread Width (Front/Rear) 152.9 cm (60.2 in.)/153.9 cm (60.6 in.)
Curb Weight 3465 lbs. (manual) 3475 lbs. (automatic)
Front/Rear Seating Capacity 4
Aerodynamics Coefficient of Drag (Cd) 0.36
Luggage Capacity 10.9 cu. ft.
Passenger Volume 83.0 cu. ft.
Total Interior Volume 93.9 cu. ft.
Fuel Tank Capacity
15.7 gal.




 






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If you ever go on any trips with it, think about putting an extra gas tank in the trunk :p

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Originally posted by Alec
If you ever go on any trips with it, think about putting an extra gas tank in the trunk :p

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It goes farther on a tank of gas than my Explorer does.....
 






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I just saw the 17/25 and the 15.7 gal tank vs the X's 17.5-21.

I usually go about 330 on a 14 gallon tank :D
 






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04 Mach 1's are supposed to FLY. Drop it 2", take out the horsy in the front and put in a smooth lookin grille.:D
 






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The grill delete is part of what makes the mach cool. Adding a grill would spoil that. Now on the other hand, side exit exhaust... :D

Nearly 400 miles per tank in a 3500lb mid 13 second car isn't too shabby :D
 












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Oh, I didn't notice the grille delete. Nevermind, that's pimp, don't change that.
 






JDraper

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Ok, it's been a year...the stock Crapyears are about burned off :burnout: so I'm gonna need new tires in the somewhat near future...Since we're talking tires...what about rims too???

Whaddya think....

Charcoal Bullits??

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or Kazera's?

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I really like those stock rims but Bullitts would look great too.

Just noticed the Kazeras, those are my pick, and my opinion is all that matters. Go for it! :D
 






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I say the cazera's. It gives some contrast, and they are just sweet! :D
 






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JDraper said:
Ok, it's been a year...the stock Crapyears are about burned off :burnout: so I'm gonna need new tires in the somewhat near future...Since we're talking tires...what about rims too???


Gee.. I wonder why the rubber is almost gone.. There's enough rubber on Ferguson Valley Road & Strodes Run road.
 



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bullets can be picked up off the lot... go aftermarket..
 






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