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Gears should be fun, midpipe....I like my Mac O/R H, but if I didn't have bad luck with my Dr. Gas X pipe, it would still be on my car. The Dr. Gas...
pm me who you talked with also. I got the 2R tranny, and I know it isn't right. I would like to talk to the same person you did so I have some really...
Should be near the rear of the tranny on the passenger side; a little metal tag.
Had that with my flows, would have kept it if I didn't have a leak(not Dr. Gas' fault). No drone at all, just a wonderful exhaust tone.
Great idea! :nice:
Should be on your invoice. It will start with a 2R3Z or 3R3Z.
Hope you find it, I'd sure appreciate it! :nice:
Just curious, what was the part nubmer of the transmission they gave you?
Still trying to find out if they gave me the wrong one...
Napa Part # 600-1819
Get them for the driver's side == no leaks
See yellow circle in attached picture. (It's a C&L Plenum) It's an old pic too, it's polished now :nice:
Yep, you're right on the parts. You could probably make everything you need on your own. o2 ext. are just longer wires, and MIL elims are just some...
1. Yes, it will bolt up. But, you'll want to get Napa Part#600-1819 header stud kit and get rid of the crappy shouldered studs. You'll want 4 clamps...
I sure hope that breather you have stuck onto your intake tube has a one-way check valve so it can't suck anything in!!!!!
If not you're seriously...
18mm socket (for original crank bolt)
19mm socket (new crank bolt)
10mm socket (ac compressor bolts)
10mm wrench (sensor bolt)
8mm wrench (sensor...
-sound clips galore
Get Napa header stud kit, part #600-1819.
Replace the flanged studs that Ford uses, that's the reason it's leaking like it is.
If you can get a nut on it the stud some, (even just slightly onto the end of the stud), you could weld the stud to the inside(threads) of the nut,...
That's sweet!!! Can't wait to see some numbers on that beast!
If you're leaking, it's probably the bbk X leaking where it connects to the header. The flange on the X hits the shouldered studs on the header...