This video will show you the look and feel of the Hurst Shifter after it's been installed.
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Shifting a Megashifter 1987 Pontiac Trans Am Project
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I thought we'd demonstrate how the B&M Megashifter works in regular and
ratchet shifting modes. We used our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am to demonstrate
just how well it functions. This is basically the same way that most
ratchet type shifters operate. I hope you find it interesting...thanks for
Hurst Billet Shifter doing its thing, and the sound of the Boomtubes from
the inside in various states.
Ford GT Inspection: Should we buy or not?
Today I'm traveling to Pittsburgh, PA for the day to inspect a Ford GT
before a potential purchase for a client. Lots of research was done prior
to my trip, but I need to verify the fact in person before giving my
recommendation or encouraging the buyer to walk away. Let me know your
thoughts...should it be a buy or a walk? (based solely on condition. Price
is obviously still remains to be determined)
2005-2009 Mustang GT Acceleration Pack - AmericanMuscle Bolt-On Build-Ups
2007 Mustang GT
Acceleration Pack - AmericanMuscle Bolt-On Build-Ups: watch this video
featuring products available on AmericanMuscle.com.
Ford Racing 4.10 Gears (86-12 V8; 11-13 V6)
Exedy Mach 350 Stage 1 Clutch (05-10 GT)
Hurst Billet Competition Plus Shifter - TR-3650 (05-10 GT)
BBK Rear Upper & Lower Control Arm Kit (05-09 GT V6)
How-To Lower a Ford Mustang
Chris Duke of Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to lower a 2008
Ford Mustang GT (S197)
using a FR3 handling pack from Ford Racing.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/2610/lowering-a-Mustang
How to shift an 06 GT #2
Advanced Auto repair's Carlos Florenca driving his naturally aspirated 06
GT National Record Holding stock 3valve with an in car cam running an 11.87
@ 113mph and forgetting to shut off the cam..
2008 Ford Mustang GT Police Interceptor
Personally owned undercover slicktop Mustang cop car working for the New
Mexico Mounted Patrol. Roughly one month of planning and two months of
working weekends turned this stock 2008 Mustang into a police interceptor.
Siren is a Federal Signal 650 Series:
2 Whelen 4" Round Lightheads behind grille
2 Whelan LINZ6 sunk mount into side mirrors
2 Whelan ION firing 45 degrees back from rear windows
4 Whelan Vertex Super-LED strobes in tail-lights
2 Nova SD24 LEDs on spoiler for trunk up warning:
Sound Off Signal Pinnacle Interior Lightbar:
SVP Phantom Interior Traffic Director:
This vehicle also has a Diablo Sport Tuner, Parrot Bluetooth Interface, and
Ford factory GPS. It has a police band radio and a HAM radio for monitoring
Fire, EMS, and other signals. The Ham Radio is a Yeasu FT-7900R and the
police radio is a Vertex Standard VX-6000 Series.
Music is an instrumental version of "Invaders Must Die" by the Prodigy.
This version was created by Aidami, and is available here:
Thanks for watching!
S197 Mustang Shifter Install - Hurst (2005-09)
Shop 05-09 Mustang Short
It's time to improve your 05-09 S197 Mustang's sloppy stock shifter.
Replace that worn out stock shifter with an aftermarket Mustang short throw shifter such as
Hurst, Barton Industries, Steeda, Pro 5.0 and more available at
LatemodelRestoration.com. Don't forget to add a new trick Mustang shift knob to give your Pony
that distinctive look.
Follow along in the video as Jmac shows you how to install a shifter in
your 05-09 Mustang.
LatemodelRestoration.com carries short throw shifters for the following
models and years
Ford Mustang V6, GT,
Bullitt, Shelby GT500
2005 (05) - 2006 (06) - 2007 (07) - 2008 (08) - 2009 (09)
More Mustang Power with a Cam Upgrade
We're putting a set of Comp Cams Thumpr Cams into a Mustang GT to test for an improvement
in both sound and power.
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2006 Mustang GT Pypes Off Road X pipe Daily Driving Loudness in Car
Quick video demonstrating the volume level of an Off Road X pipe in daily
driving sort of conditions.
Mods on the car are CAI, tune, 3.73 gears, pypes OR X (duh) and Magnaflow
axlebacks. The magnaflows are about the tamest aftermarket muffler there
are for these cars so depending on your axleback it could be a lot louder.
This is just meant to demonstrate the sort of volume level you can expect
inside the car in normal driving conditions with an OR mid pipe. It really
is a big difference in volume level compared to just the axle backs.
Personally I really like it, but if you live in a community that is really
picky about sound violations or you do a lot of late night/early morning
commute stuff this might not be for you!
I do get on it a couple times throughout the video but I never put my foot
all the way to the floor and never get above 4500 RPM. Keep that in mind as
you listen, it gets louder if you want it! Like I said this is just an
example of daily sort of driving.
MY OPINION (for those who want it) on the X pipe VS H pipe debate: X MIGHT
and I stress MIGHT make a little more power, the X design does flow better
than the H, but on a 3500 pound street driven car the small difference in
power between an X and an H pipe is not going to be something you're going
to notice. Either design if you go with an off road pipe will give you a
noticeable power improvement over the stock pipe. So, the choice comes down
to sound. X is raspier, more 'exotic' sounding if you will. H is deeper,
rumble-ier more 'old school' muscle car sort of sound. I personally like
the raspiness of the X pipe, I love the way it snorts and pops when you let
off the gas around 3000 rpm. But some people don't like that, and that's
cool too. It's all personal preference my friends.
ALSO, you might notice a sort of ticking almost Exhaust leak sort of sound at times, especially
at lower RPM, I DO NOT have an Exhaust
leak, I've done some research and apparently this is a normal sound with
the Pypes brand product specifically. It bugged me a lot at first but I've
gotten used to it now. If I had to do it again I WOULD NOT get the Pypes
product. Just my 02 cents on that matter.
Mustang Steeda Tri-Ax Short Throw Shifter Install
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Tri-Ax short throw shifter today at
See all our Steeda Shifters at the following link:
Available for the following Transmissions: T-45, T-5, 3550, TKO 500/600,
TR-3650, and T-56
The Steeda Tri-Ax starts with precision CNC machined billet aluminum body.
The body's heavy-duty construction features no welds, stampings or castings
for ultimate durability and precision engineering to fit right.
The nickel-plated shaft won't rust or stain, and has been machined to
exacting tolerances for smooth, precise operation. Offset pre-load springs
make sure you find third gear every time and adjustable positive stops
prevent damage to the transmission.
Up top, the Tri-Ax features an exclusive boot guard to prevent damage to
the factory inner boot, two-position adjustable handle height and a new
forged Tri-Ax shift handle. The forged aluminum handle is strongest and
lightest handle available on the market. Its unique three-axis bend places
the shift knob closer to the driver for fast, precise and comfortable
- "Offset-Preload" coil springs find third gear for you - so you won't
- Most comfortable hand position of any short throw shifter
- Two position adjustable height
- Shortest throw of any Mustang shifter
- Smooth, confident, precise shifts
- Exclusive BootGuard (prevents damage to factory rubber inner boot)
- Adjustable positive stops prevent over extending the shift lever,
preventing costly transmission damage
- Compact tower design is easier to install
- CNC machined from billet 6061 T-6 aluminum
- Heavy duty construction. No welds, stampings, or castings to break
- Nickel plated pivot shaft won't rust or stain
- Grade 8 and stainless steel hardware
- Made in the USA
- Accepts factory & Steeda shift knobs
- Includes Steeda's exclusive Tri-Ax shift handle
Fits Ford Mustang - 1983
(83) - 1984 (84) - 1985 (85) - 1986 (86) - 1987 (87) - 1988 (88) - 1989
(89) - 1990 (90) - 1991 (91) - 1992 (92) - 1993 (93) - 1994 (94) - 1995
(95) - 1996 (96) - 1997 (97) - 1998 (98) - 1999 (99) - 2000 (00) - 2001
(01) - 2002 (02) - 2003 (03) - 2004 (04)
Fits the Following Model Mustangs - GT, Mach 1 & Bullitt
Other Steeda Short Throw Shifters are available for - V6 and Cobra Models
Mustang Barton Industries Short Shifter Installation 2005-2010
If you're looking for quicker shifts from your 2005-2010 GT Mustang with a manual transmission,
then this Barton Industries Short Throw Shifter is perfect. It is built
from the highest quality materials, features a 36% throw reduction, and is
considered one of the hottest upgrades out there.
To begin this installation, remove the stock shift knob and pop off the
factory shift boot and lower boot. Underneath the car, remove the bolt for
the shifter's support arm, along with the two nuts for the rear support.
Remove the nut for the shifter arm, then take out the shifter. Lower into
place the new Barton shifter and secure it by installing all necessary
Place the new Barton rear bracket, which slides onto the back into the
shifter for support. Stretch the factory boot around the new shifter, and
then use the hardware to install the shift handle to the shifter.
Re-install the factory boot and factory shift knob, finishing the install
process. Total installation takes around two hours.
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