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14 years next summer... mostly lurking!
Does the Holley TB have provisions for injectors?
If I have to convert my intake to multiport, I could just make a plenum and bolt a couple junkyard...
$399 if you click on the link.
All it needs is injectors.
I haven't seen anything cheaper that complete.
I drove through Whitehorse in late November and it was -45.
Hopefully it is warmer now.
http://www.auto-nomics.com/ has a few options for affordable throttle bodies. Much cheaper then, most NEW TB's.
A '71-'73 does not weigh that much more than a '69-'10 or a v-8 Mustang II. Also the MII's were rather front heavy.
The MII is strong enough.
My friend sold me the crappy running engine from his Bronco for $100.
We took it apart. They had stock intake computer and injectoprs tryign...
My car is in the shop now getting a new 1/4. Thsi si a '70 Getting a Dynacorn full 1/4 panel.
The 1/4 panel is nice, but has no side marker light...
Buick park avenue hoods are like that too.
I have some of the parts for one in my garage.
Why do they all have to use a watts link?
The rear end does not move much so the lateral movement is insignifigant.
My Explorer has a solid axle up...
The racks like Randals rack and such are based off of some junkyard enginering by others. So yeah, you can do it yourself.
I got a 1/4 for my '70 Grabber sports roof and took it to the body shop today.
We were both very impressed. The lines are nice and it looks like...
Up here, work trucks are primarily Fords. Chevy is second and Dodge a distant 3rd.
Any chance you could post a clear shot of the Brake booster/MC setup with the engine in?
I just got some info yesterday about a wrecked MK VIII.
Almost a cobra motor, and might be very cheap.
Suddenly I am interested in a mod motor.
True. You saw what I did with the factory rails. They are long gone!
Consideting how teh stock stuff held up, I think bracing should be on the to do...
A properly done MII kit will have adequate reinforcements.
On mine we built new frame rails. My car is stiffer than anything using factory rails,...
Or when they saw others making money off it... Why did they say it couldnt; be done when it could and was quite easy, who knows.
I started disliking Hiedts when they told me there was no way a MII kit could be made for a Classic mustang, then made one a few years later.
I am using a '96 Windstar MC and it works great. It had a good size bore, and a nice price at any auto parts store.