What did you do to your GT350 today?

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Installed front Jaeger Brothers splash guards. Very easy install. Seems to be working well.

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Good choice Greg, I have them on my Shelby also, I think they do a good job.
And you can pop them off when you are washing the car if you want. They have been tested to "track speeds" of 140 MPH at Mid-Ohio.....
 

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Took mine to the local Lincoln dealer to have my drivers side recaro fixed.. the local ford dealer SUCKS.
 

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Installed front Jaeger Brothers splash guards. Very easy install. Seems to be working well.

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Yeah I agree with Ray, these are good. I looked at 2-3 others (CPC, Autofanatic, ...) and decided on these as they have sufficient size but not toooo large, quality appearance and ease of removal. Not a big fan of splash guards generally speaking but to add protection when out traveling. This was a design of a Ford engineer but Ford didn't pick up on it so Jaeger Bros. ran with it is my understanding.
 


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Saw this today. Driver said it’s headed to Florida (from north jersey)
That color really makes that car look mean.... what a BEAST....!!!!!!!!!
What color is it...?
Is that Phantom Gray Pearl.......????????
 

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That looks like the same color as mine (and others) - Magnetic.

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No...................... not the Shelby, the 2005 Toyota Corolla beneath it, that thing is a BEAST...!!!!!

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Shelby-Schmelby, come one, this is a Corolla!

I mean we are looking at 130 horse power.... lets face it, how many here are actually capable of handling that kind of power............. Honey Badger maybe?

The specs I researched don't even give the Torque numbers.... it's probably to high to be believed.

As far as the color, I did some research... it is the Phantom Gray Pearl:

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Someone in Florida is getting one Hell of a BEAST....!!!!!















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I had my car on the Dyno yesterday and in the “Stock” configuration ( I do have a lethal performance resonator delete X pipe). I am scheduled at 1:00 today for the run with my new “FABSPEED high flow cats installed. Changed them out last night, THEY SOUND AWESOME !!!
Nice perfect fit, definitely a quality product. I think that they fit better than factory.
And I would like to have a discussion with the engineers from Ford who designed that setup. What a pain to get the old ones off…..especially the passenger side. You better have 3 feet of extensions to get that one off…..
The car was running “Rich or Fat” on the big end, that’s what the green line indicated on the first chart. This was actually done Monday morning.

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Stock sound, factory cats, exhaust open
 
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Ok guys here are the results in a nutshell, the difference in HP & Torque for my GT-350 at as follows. The best number for Torque before Fabspeed HF Cats is 345.25, after installation best number is 364.76. Which equates to an increase of 19.51 ft pounds at rear wheels.
The best number for HP before Fabspeed HF Cats is 420.59, after installation best number is 438.07. Which equates to an increase of 17.48 HP at the rear wheels. All figures used are “WCF”, Weather Correction Factor. The way I understand those numbers that they represent like a say 80 degree day, certain air density and so forth to allow for an even standard comparison.
My actual numbers were higher because of “improved” air conditions (cold and dense).
Therefore higher HP & Torque numbers. Here’s the supporting information.
My car is still extremely rich on the top end represented by the green line. This was actually done Tuesday morning.

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Sound with "Fabspeed cats, exhaust open
 

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R is home, Dealer replaced seat track. Lincoln dealer took car on Monday afternoon, had problem diagnosed in an hour and ordered part. Picked up R Friday afternoon. They Rock!!
 

 
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