I have one in my SVO. Someone recommended it to me because they flow more than the Walbro.
Is anyone running one of these? They were designed for a returnless system, so would that cause problems on a return system?
Looks good, I want to do the same thing to mine.
Go with something other than an Alphabet cam. They may have been good in 1993, but there are tons of cams out there that are much better.
I wouldn't mind having a Fairmont wagon.
Yes, a bracket from a 2.3 Fox Mustang will work with a 95 amp 3G alternator. The bigger one (I believe 130 amp) requires some grinding of the bracket.
You obviously haven't driven a well-modified 2.3. A week after getting doing a ported head/cam/turbo swap on my SVO, my V8-spec T5 started grinding...
I think it will look like ****.
QA1 has a good system that appears to work.
The new "Boss" engine isn't the same as the old Boss.
I know a few people who run them in their street cars.
Trade in at a Ford dealership? You'll be lucky if they give you $200, and if you do trade it in, they will send it to the crusher (nothing against...
From what little I can see, those look much better than the skinnies that were on there before. Now you just need to lower it a little.
Cal-Tracs are still an option.
As said before, you don't need to drill and tap for the roller lifters, just get a set of link-bar lifters from Comp. Also, don't bother with the E7...
Where is the brake line distribution block?
Hooker Super Comp Pinto swap headers will work, but you need to swap to manual brakes. 2 primaries on each side go around the outside of the frame...
No, they can rust up pretty easily down here, too, from the water vapor injected into the tire when it is inflated.
You didn't look that hard.
I'm thinking about swapping over to manual brakes to make more room for the custom headers that will be fabbed, to take more weight off the front of...