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Re: Tune up

Postby Bills89quest » August 13th, 2015, 3:37 pm

Nexus wrote:I am having to buy new wheels for my truck already so buying wheels for the mustang is out right now. Those wheels bother me less than the old ones on the 2014 had on it so I am not against running them for awhile.

And yes i would love fr500's and if I could find some used 18's at a decent price I might pick them up. I do need to do a oil change on it though according to the sticker it is a couple months past when it was suppose to be serviced, though I am dreading that just a little since apparently these are oil hogs.


How many quarts could they possibly hold? 7? My 2jz holds 6(I was suprised with this, as I thought surely it would only be 5) I have a friend with a set of 18" FR500s, I will see if he would sell them, as they arent doing anything but collecting dust. I didnt mean to imply that those wheels on your car are horrible, they arent bad, I just think that car would look amazing with the fr500s.
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Re: Tune up

Postby gcomfx » August 13th, 2015, 3:55 pm

Mine holds 7 now. lol
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Re: Tune up

Postby squeak » August 13th, 2015, 4:00 pm

Iirc the coyote holds 8 qts.
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Re: Tune up

Postby Bills89quest » August 13th, 2015, 4:05 pm

squeak wrote:Iirc the coyote holds 8 qts.


8??? Really? Thats suprising to me.
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Re: Tune up

Postby Blackbird1084 » August 13th, 2015, 6:09 pm

A lot of cars hold more oil as of late. My SRT held 6 (7 after removing the balance shafts) and my mustang holds 6.


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Re: Tune up

Postby ponypowered91 » August 13th, 2015, 7:46 pm

My 6.1 holds 7.5 with filter change.
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Re: Tune up

Postby RazorbackMustang » August 14th, 2015, 12:08 am

Coyotes hold 8 quarts. Nexus, don't worry about changing plugs. No need.

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Re: Tune up

Postby Nexus » August 14th, 2015, 1:16 pm

Sure check on the fr500s and see what he would want. (gotta be 18's though as i am not buying tires again) and like I said if I could get them for a decent price I might put off buying wheels for the truck (even if two are bent) as the truck mostly just cruises around pburg.

And yes as everyone has said the coyotes hold 8 quarts.
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Re: Tune up

Postby Nexus » August 14th, 2015, 7:46 pm

as to when you will see it at the track..probably sometime soon. Was contemplating tonight but went to the DMV (2 hours) then a movie and i am feeling a little lazy right now. Plus I'd really like to go when someone whos run a manual coyote is there..not sure how hard I should be launching this or the little tricks...i know my v6 launched at 5k rpms.
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Re: Tune up

Postby squeak » August 14th, 2015, 10:35 pm

Don't launch a stick car on street tires. Feather the throttle and clutch off idle out of the hole. It will go up in smoke otherwise.
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