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Last Post 09 Jun 2005 09:04 PM by  sccaITSsentra
Is there a difference between 94-95 Cobra and 6 Cylinder?
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07 Feb 2002 03:14 PM
    I am looking into getting a Mustang. Is there a difference between getting the 6cyl version of a 94-95 vs. the Cobra? The way I read the rules you change everything just about anyhow. Any information would be great.

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    12 Feb 2002 08:09 PM
    AS an AS driver myself, I wish the AS community was more active here on SCCAFORUMS. The reality is that the AS group had an active e-mail list in place well before this forum was introduced. If you want to participate in that list, visit [url="http://www.asedan.com"]www.asedan.com[/URL] and subscribe to the AS E-mail list. Then post your question to the e-mail list.

    There are a LOT of mustang folks on the list who will be more then willing to help answer your questions.

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    Ken Grammer
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    01 Mar 2002 07:20 PM
    I spoke with a Mustang guy who said that you switch out the K-member with the V-8 unit and you are good to go. Of course you then have to find the 302 engine, transmission and drive shaft. But a apparently a lot of AS Mustangs start life as V6 models.

    This guy actually had the latest body style that started out as a v6. He said the only thing they changed was the sheet metal, so he dropped in the k-member from a 302 (94 or 95 I think) and went to work on the suspension.

    I wish the Camaros were that easy to upgrade!



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    Ken Grammer
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    09 Jun 2005 09:04 PM
    No most parts are interchangable already but , you should change the k member, some dont in other forms of racing but in road racing its not a smart idea. You can get a v-6 pretty cheap too. And your right you change it all anyways, just one good part about buying a cobra is the brakes are already there, you can use the tranny, the block , some suspension stuff. So in the long run you will probably save money if you buy a cobra or atleast a GT, You can find a good donor car for a few grand. cobra are out there with blown motors too, I bought a 95 cobra convt for 4500 with a bad motor a few months ago....
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