www.sr-racing.com He's even a turboforder...
is that the right link? its not in english and its about motox.
Thinking about ordering a SPEC Stage III Clutch set for my turbo '93 mustang.
Where is the cheapest/best place to order one from?
I want to see this hole in the head. :-)
Hah! its not a hole. Its more like a crack. I'm getting that reman. head anyway.
I got a little carried away porting my cylinder head for my '87TC motor this weekend. I burnt right thru two intake bowls :( putting slight cracks in...
Stage III isn't too bad for a street/strip turbo car...it's well beyond overkill for a n/a one though..
My buddy's got a S3 in his...
I'm having a hard time finding a website to order a SPEC Clutch Set for my '93LX Turbo Mustang..
Another question. Is Stage III a little bit too...
awesome, thats one less thing for me to worry about with this project. thanks guys.
Of course all the holes line up...if they didn't you couldn't bolt a 5 speed in place of an auto ;)
:rolleyes: so do they differ?
its different. Cant remember why though.. i think the auto one is smaller.
Cause i just held it up to my 5spd bellhousing and all the holes...
I'm converting my automatic to a 5spd. Can I reuse the automatics starter plate (metal plate inbetween motor and bellhousing) or is it different than...
Here is a list of parts I still need
-ARP Flywheel Bolts
-K&N Cone Filter
-Metal / Rubber Valve Cover...
I wish I had such a time consuming project! It'll be worth it.
Thanks, I certainly hope so!
I'll keep you guys posted on futher progress....
Some pictures of the turbo motor that I'm dropping my '93LX hopefully by the end of oct.
New Rod & Main Bearings, New Rings, New Oil Pump, New ARP...
Anyone know where I can get an oil cooler gasket for an '84 SVO?
Got mine in the Conversion set I bought at NAPA.
I can't belive that those headlights were that bad..I've only seen a couple 99-04's with fogged headlights here..
Hey Mike, I remember when you were all newbyish and now lookatcha!
haha thanks james. ;)
Yeah you torque the main bolts down once, then you torque them again. I don't remember the exact lbs. but if you look in your book, it will tell you...
No replys?! these boards are dead, huh...
Where is everyonnnneeee!! lol
I know I have not been on the boards much latley, but I'd figure i'd let you guys know where I'm at with my second turbo mustang project..The motor...
Just swapped pedal assemblys in my '93LX today :banana: It wasn't hard at all..Now If only I can find a T5 tranny....the search continues..