Can anyone tell me what the specs of a 2003 Cobra is, or where to get them?
Ok the way to get the Cobra specs is very easy.
You go to www.google.com or www.yahoo.com or any other search engine
In the search bar...you put the following info:
"2003 Ford Mustang Cobra" and "specifications"
And there you have it...click on the results until you have your answer
Hell, we'll even make it easier for you,
The search to find the specs took 9 minutes, 40 seconds less than the 10 minutes required to sign up and post this thread.
Congrats on making him wish he hadn't have posted this thread. If it wasn't for stupid threads people couldn't run there stupid mouths. :mrgreen:
Then why should it make any difference to you? If it's a stupid thread,
then don't even post in it, and if you don't like my posts in these
'stupid' threads, then just ignore them.
What the hell is your problem with me?
Think about it Godlaus. He asked for the specs, or where he could find them. You showed him where. The extra attitude (The search to find the specs took 9 minutes, 40 seconds less than the 10 minutes required to sign up and post this thread.) is bull.
Is bull? because it's the truth? have people never even heard of google?
Had he asked a question like; where can I find reputable sites that contain
a lot of car specs, then I would've given him the examples. But it looks
like he was just curious over one question about one car.
regardless, here's some sites for car specs;
Listen & listen carefully. He needed to know where to find the specs because HE DIDN'T KNOW WHERE TO GO. OK? :banghead:
Rather than give him the straight link...give him the method of how to get
any car specifications or any info on the web...
"Give a man a fish...you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish...you feed him for life." - I dont know who said it!
Hey BUDDY it did not take me 10 minutes to post my thread! :fu:
Someone slap me.. I went to that spec site Godaus, and the engine was a 90 degree V-8. So what is a 90 degree engine? is it the angle of the V shape of the engine?
yes, 90 degree refers to the angle of the engine if the cyllinders were viewed as the legs of the angle.
In simple terms you said it. It is simply the angle between the centerlines of the cylinders on oppisite banks.