Detailed Engine Bays.

Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by dmontzsta, Apr 18, 2006.


  1. dmontzsta

    dmontzsta Founding Member

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    Lets see em... :)
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    1999 Cobra
    445 whp
    367 ft/tq

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    Nice. Do you have a bigger pic? :flag:
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    Here is one.

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    Here's mine.. Not the best, but it works for me :)

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    Ahhhhh, ok ..... :D:D:D

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    Wow Scott! Now that is one impressive engine bay. Nice job!
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    Thanks - Much appreciated :) :) :)
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    where did you buy all that? Or did you take it somewhere to get chromed???
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    I pulled the valve covers - intake hat - cross-over tube myself and sent it out for polishing and chroming. Not an easy job on a 4V. The tech article is up on my site.

    The alternator is a powermaster - chrome unit - NOT cheap.

    The overflow is Canton - I polished and chromed it. The steeda rad cover I also chromed because that cheap crap stainless scratches 10 seconds after you install it. I also chromed the fuse cover.

    The caps are all available online. NO UPR CRAP they're all MGW or Steeda units.

    The battery hold-down is polished aluminum - comes really nice from Western battery - I will chrome it down the road.

    I vacuum metalized the firewall - hood hinges - and just recently the PS Resevoir which came out mint ....

    I hand polished the TB.

    The cold air is BBK which comes chromed.

    Hmmmmm, think that's about it. Chrome is NOT cheap.
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    That is nice, how do you like the chrome radiator hose? I saw that and was thinking of picking one up. It seems like it would last for a long time.

    Also, where did you get the polished alternator/case?
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    That is just INSANE looking. Nice work.
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    While on the subject... how do you guys wash under there? I mean, what do you just cover up the important stuff and shampoo it with soap and water? I wasnt to wash up my engine bay, but I don't know what not to get wet lol
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    I NEVER wash my bay .....

    Actually - Chrome is EXTREMELY easy to maintain. A very nice paint polish or a topper chrome polish is all that is needed.

    I use a duster to remove any dust - then in 5 minutes I can pretty much do all the chrome.

    Of course, you have to realize that my car is NOT a daily driver or does not see rain.

    A "Polished" bay is a nightmare to keep clean.

    This was my 96 Cobra RIP. You would not believe how hard it was to keep that polished engine looking good.

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    When I did the new car I made sure I went chrome over just polish.
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    Probably best to cover the alternator, fusebox, battery. I've used Simple Green with good results. If you're by the book, the owner's manual actually has instructions on what to cover/how to clean it. :nice:

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