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Not sure. I have the Heavy Duty FRPP clutch which is the step down from the KC, and it's really stiff too. I really like that about it tho. Is...
Any Haynes or Chiltons manual will tell you... It's quite easy. The rear shocks are two bolts. One on the top inside the car on the shock tower...
I still can't see the starter in that pic?
I love that. The easy steering is one of my favorite things about our Mustangs.
Wow, that's cool. Never seen that before.
That's dumb judging by your mods..... no offense
Would you just need to keep the compression under like 10:1?
I'd like to do a 347 stroker in the future and have a blower too.
And inspect the header gaskets and flanges closely if that's where you think the problem is. When my header was leaking, i got a BAD loud...
If you heard an exhaust leak, you'd know it.
So is it possible to build a 347 stroker with a blower?
Won't it get the print on the windowS?
heyyyyy, that first white car is mine!! coooool
STEEDA TRI-AX ALL THE WAY!!!
How much does that stuff weigh compared to the stock junk?
Just rip that smog stuff out of there. Don't need it if you got no cats.
I think they are just Autolite 35 Copper. Might be wrong...
+1 for the Autolites.
Definately can run up to 14* with no problems. Try to tweak a little more out if it doesn't start pinging.
Go shorter belt.
Definately buy that!