I recently repainted the Mustang and bought new 5.0 fender badges. I searched these forums and the rest of the Internet and cannot find an answer....
never heard of anyone doin it....but ttt for u cause it's a different idea.
Edelbrock Heads (out the box)
CAI, stock intake
Lifters, rockers.... that is most of it.
So you are...
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Why is this thread still going??
No a CAI won't add 20 hp, but it may add 1-2 hp.
They look pretty.
If 11s was possible with $2000 and reliable then everyone would have 11 second cars.
Even to do a H/C/I, you'll need a new TB. Buy some headers...
I'm considering the Hurst now. Is this the right type? http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=7969747496&category=33736...
ECTED = Electronically Controlled Traction Enhancing Differential
The Auburn ECTED unit is $584.99 through Jegs. It's a Limited Slip when it's...
I'd have to say it depends on what head. A set of iron GT40 heads and AFR 165s are totally different.
What do you need? Just to search.... http://forums.stangnet.com/showthread.php?t=522841&highlight=4cyl
Well after a few years I found the stang I want. It's a 90 GT. Only problem is the drivers side floor pan has a hole in it that the owner patched...
...I had never thought of rainex. I think I'll try it out. It's been raining alot down here in so cal but I think I'll go getsum tomorrow...
I see 3 problems...
The first being it broke off in a large peice and is now blocking part of the valve.
The second would be the epoxy...
Theres a reason they run that 2-1-2 system, there just isnt any other way.
EDIT: If you do want a performance exhaust, check out...
The lightning is a 5.4 liter engine, not a 5.8.
I3oostedCubes was right, the first gen(93-95) lightnings were 351's
Carb'd up til 85
EFI with speed density 86-88
EFI with MAF 88 california cars, all 89-95
Is it possible to run t/f twisterd wedge heads with flat top pistons?? that sounds like it has p/v clearance problems written all over it
if you have to ask, dont attemp to do it yourself, get it professionally done.
bmorris is right. It's not to physically hard,...