so, 03 Cobras starting to have problems?

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  1. Pro Street

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    These guys have some really bitchy "problems".

    seat is rubbing against door? Who even notices shit like that. The drive line clanking is probably normal. I can make my GT do that too if I get on and off the gas really fast over and over.
     
  6. Dr. Woo

    Dr. Woo Guns don't kill people

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    It's still a Mustang. Did you think fit and finish would be any better? The only thing you're paying for are performance upgrades, not reliability upgrades.
     
  7. StylinLude

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    and last month all the stang owners were on my ass preaching about how reliable mustangs are

    oh well i wont make a generalization yet, since i havent seen many complaints yet
     
  8. VBGOD

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    The 00000000.1 percent of the people with problems will bitch and moan on the internet.
     
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    But those 2 cars do have a lot of issues with them :sad2:
     
  11. VBGOD

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    Wow! Someone has a problem with their car. Must mean that all of them are bad. :eek3: Still doesn't take away the fact that all of the Mustang owners on OT have reliable cars. Does not take that away. :)
     
  12. VBGOD

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    This is where the hardcore haters feel all good and warm. Ha! :o
     
  13. iLLt3ck

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    and they will make it everyone's problem. Thats why if dealerships were smart, they would fix it 100% the first time. For dealerships to think as purchasers as one person is asinine. The internet is the new soapbox for the bitter.
     
  14. VBGOD

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    Bingo!

    ..and we have ourselves a winner! :bigthumb:
     
  15. StylinLude

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    so if the mustang owners on OT havent had problems that must mean they truly are reliable right, and nobody has problems with them?

    this arguement could go either way...all fucking day
     
  16. Josepi

    Josepi HA HA, I CHANGED MY AV

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    My RX-7 did that before I replaced the tranny mounts and driveshaft...

    :wiggle:
     
  17. Dr. Woo

    Dr. Woo Guns don't kill people

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    I tell you what, if my A4 was a lemon, I'd be bitching about it to audiworld, and probably OT as well.

    Like iLLt3ck said (geez, I had to look at that name three times to make sure I had it right), if a dealer doesn't solve the problems of one owner, it will have a ripple effect. Taking my situation above, if the Audi dealer did everything in their power to keep my car running and keep me happy, I'd recommend Audi to everyone I know.
     
  18. VBGOD

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    Typical Mustang owner on OT has no problems. As in, very reliable cars. As in, our Mustangs are very reliable. You can't take that away. Why? Simply because it is a fact. You pluck off some complaints off a web board and that negates things? I can DO THIS ALL DAY LONG too my Ford hating friend. If I find some Honda recalls, does that make Honda bad?
     
  19. Josepi

    Josepi HA HA, I CHANGED MY AV

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    YES!

    DO IT!
     
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    mustang = teh suxor
     
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    :rofl:
     
  22. VBGOD

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    I found this after 10 seconds.

    http://www.audi-sport.net/ubbthread...r=18125&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=&fpart=1

    http://forums.audiworld.com/s4/msgs/721350.phtml

    http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news03/vw_coils.html

    http://www.auditt.org/faq/960481863

    http://www.consumerreports.org/static/0recall2580.html

    You can find anything on the internet.
     
  23. ParticleMan

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    1/4 12.834 @ 110.94 MPH
    439 HP - 405 Torque

    :confused:

    I saw this in a sig, what's up? Are the Cobras really that heavy or something? My car could pull a similar trap with 260rwhp. 12.834 @ 110.94 MPH is fuckin slow for over 400/400.
     
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