Engine for my '68 is ready to drop in!

Discussion in '1965 - 1973 Classic Mustangs -General/Talk-' started by classic boost, May 27, 2005.


  1. classic boost

    classic boost Founding Member

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    hot motor

    gee,
    thanks for helping me mess up my pants !!!

    thats nice, post some pic's once you get it in
     
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    WOW, how much ponies are you expecting, and what size BOV is that?
     
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    it's a 351w with a t76gts, so it would be nice to see around 800 flywheel hp.
    the bov is a cheap ebay greddy type s knockoff. i can't remember the size.
     
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    Are you gonna run an intercooler?
     
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    Nice motor. Please excuse me, have to wipe up the drool.....
     
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    Wow that's pretty. I almost cried it's so beautiful. Did you make the headers yourself? What did it cost you?
     
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    wow that is sweet ! looks great man !
     
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    thanks everyone.

    i have a alky injection kit, but i'll wait to hook that up. a carb takes alot of heat out of the air charge when the fuel does a phase change, so i'll see how it runs without it first.

    a local header guy welded up the headers for me. heck, he did most of the work.
     
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    EDIT: Ignore me, this was an error.
     
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