The Staff of Motorsport Marketing
The Staff of Motorsport Marketing Writer
7/8/22 10:40 a.m.

Glen Vitale
Steeda Autosports

The last-generation cars–2003 to ’04–are the best in terms of how they came from the factory. The OE bushings are a bit stiffer, and this helped reduce wheel hop but still did not eradicate it. The interior on these Cobras is also light-years ahead in terms of trim and comfort.  

The 2003-‘04 Cobras also …

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Will UberDork
9/7/22 7:37 p.m.

"If I were looking for a good used IRS Cobra to turn into a track car, I would choose a clean 2001 or ’02."

I don't think there was a 2002 Cobra. Or a 2000, for that matter, unless you count the Cobra R.

In addition to the supercharger, a big reason the 03-04 was so much heavier on the nose is the iron block instead of the aluminum one.

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