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This is a discussion on Drag setup within the Mustang GT350 Wheels & Tires forums, part of the Mustang GT350 Garage category; Been wanting to look into doing some weld racing wheels for my gt350. im not going to be circuit racing mine, so I wanted to ...

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    Been wanting to look into doing some weld racing wheels for my gt350. im not going to be circuit racing mine, so I wanted to a drag setup, I know it doesn't need it to hook up. I just like the looks. Wanted to know if anyone has done it to theirs yet. I would imagine with the 350's bigger rotors and calipers then the "GT" i would have to do some kind of brake swap to fit a 17" wheel in the front and rear. Are the lugs the same fitting on the GT and GT350, I had heard they had different fittings not sure if tru . If anyone has any pictures of one or knows anything about doing it please let me know.

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    Sounds like you bought the wrong car. Should have bought a GT and replaced the wheels and have had plenty left over to put into a power adder and lots of other stuff. Replacing the awesome stock brakes in order to fit some drag racing wheels? Man...
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    I agree with NakMan--the GT 500 would have been a better choice as it is easy to add power with the supercharger in place--cold air package, smaller supercharger pulley and a chip will do wonders. More set up for drag racing than the GT350 which is geared to the track. Even the GT would be a good choice once you added some power options
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    I've already had several 5.0's I didn't buy the car to circuit race it, I'm not into circuit race it, I never plan to. I do mostly drag racing street and strip. I could of bought a gt500 its not cause of power I bought the 350 cause I like it. But I'll just wait for someone to reply with a answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickymuchwano5dos View Post
    I've already had several 5.0's I didn't buy the car to circuit race it, I'm not into circuit race it, I never plan to. I do mostly drag racing street and strip. I could of bought a gt500 its not cause of power I bought the 350 cause I like it. But I'll just wait for someone to reply with a answer
    Howd that workout?

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