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Cars > Challenges > “GOAT” Vs “Blue Streak”

 

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ls1gto04

M–32
Birmingham, Alabama
United States

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04azureMACH

M–26
Greensburg, Indiana
United States

 

2004 Pontiac GTO

“GOAT”

2004 Ford Mustang Mach 1

“Blue Streak”

 
Photo of: 2004 Pontiac GTO
Photo of: 2004 Ford Mustang
 

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About “GOAT”

I got the 2004 GTO. 64-74 was the years of the GTO so I wanted the 30 year bring back car so I got the 04. There are a few things I wish I had off the 05-06 the rear bumper, Duals out both sides, 06 tail lights, and the hood. I like the motor that is in the car the LS2 would have been nice too.

About “Blue Streak”

Basically I bought this car off of an middle aged guy this summer. He bought it brand new and when I bought it from him it had just over 8,000 miles on it. Right now it has just slightly more miles on it than when I bought it because due to me being at college I decided not to insure it until this upcoming spring (decided to save some insurance money). It has a few simple mods, but for the most part I plan on keeping it original since it is the 40th anniversary edition and a mach 1. So that pretty well sums it up and if you want to know more, or if you want to see more pics just check out my cardomain website.

http://www.ca.../ride/2471836

 

Specs for “GOAT”

378 horses. 12.626et in a 1/4

Specs for “Blue Streak”

**(based on a stock mach 1)**
-305 hp @ 6000 rpm
-320 lb-ft torque @ 4250 rpm
-compression ratio 10.1:1
-5 speed
-3.55 real axle ratio
-tremec 3650 5 speed transmission

-front suspension-Independent, modified MacPherson strut with Separate spring on lower arm and stabilizer bar

-front shocks-Integral with Tokico strut, gas-pressurized, Hydraulic, unique valving

-rear suspension-Four-bar link with coil springs on lower arm, unique horizontal axle damper and stabilizer bar

-rear shocks-Unique axle damper, gas-pressurized, hydraulic. Vertical Tokico shock absorbers with horizontal axle dampers, unique valving

-Goodyear 245/45ZR17 Eagle ZR45

-3465 lbs

-subframe connectors

 

Factory Options for “GOAT”

6 speed trans
power windows and door locks
leather
spoiler
5.7L
color gauges
6 disc cd changer in dash 10 speakers

Factory Options for “Blue Streak”

-4.6 liter(281 cubic inch, aluminum block) 32 valve w/ dual overhead cams
-17" alloy heritage wheels
-shaker hood scoop
-mach 460 w/ 6 disc cd changer
-comfort weave leather seats
-3.55 rear axle ratio
-traction-lok axle
-variable rate rear suspension
-5 speed manual transmission
-interior upgrade package (billet trim, pedals, and shift knob)

 

Mods for “GOAT”

K&N intake, 160 thermostat, Drag radials, Drag Bags

85mm Mass-Air-Flow Sensor

1 3/4" Coated Long-Tube Headers

High-Flow Catalytic Converters

Loud Mouth II Cat-Back Exhaust System

25% Underdrive Harmonic Balancer/Pulley

1.8-Ratio Roller-Tip Rocker-Arm Package

DiabloSport II Programmer with SLP Custom Tuning


Coming Soon: supercharger, heads and cam

Mods for “Blue Streak”

K&N cold air intake
Steeda underdrive pullies
JET performance control module
Steeda Tri-Ax shifter
NGK iridium plugs
Flowmaster Delta-Flow 40's

 

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Points for GOAT Total Votes Points for Blue Streak
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