Progress Thread My Never Ending 89 Notch Thread

Discussion in '1979 - 1995 (Fox, SN95.0, & 2.3L) -General/Talk-' started by TOOLOW91, Feb 8, 2012.


  1. TOOLOW91

    TOOLOW91 Mustang Master

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    yup . it's adjusted per there directions

    @RangerJoe

    Poly mounts from the body to crossmember and I have a rubber TRANS mount and poly engine mounts
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  2. MikeH686

    MikeH686 Mine is only two inches though.

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    Is there anyway to lock it down after it's been adjusted
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    it has bushings that go on each end of the sleeve so it's fixed I. whatever postion it goes in based on what TRANS and mount you have
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    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1406049850.107524.jpg not my car but this is how it's setup so you see what I mean
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    MikeH686 Mine is only two inches though.

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    I see what you mean
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    i used the ford adjustable one,i ran it without welding it in place because at first i thought i didnt have too...lol tranny shook,after welding it it was perfect,it "seems" like that one might move a little under load?,it just sits there right?,nothing holding into place?
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    nope there sleeves in the bushings but idk that was my thoughts too feels like there's pressure more to the side with the bushing then the spacers
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    Very nice thread.. Read all 82 pages..been at this for hours.. Great read.. I think I get the big picture. Its a never ending thread for sure.. What great people and friends you have to help you along.. I bought my blower off Nick and should have it next week.. Its always great to read through years of posts to actually finally get to that happy ending..But I know it is not ending.. Congratz
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    Hahaha I was telling you to reference it for your install but I am flattered you took the time to read my whole thread ! Your gonna love the car
    trust me
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    Being that my car has a pretty SQ oriented stereo I always wanted a double din so I got this today I may pick up a radio in the next few weeks ImageUploadedByTapatalk1406319625.735533.jpg
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    even with the few issues I have and quirks I had a bad week at work got the car this morning and notning like 430 horse stress release
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    tannerc91gt More durable than coconuts and twice as fast

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    The report buttons right next to the like button and I've got a fat thumb so sorry in advance haha
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    it's ok I see how it is pal ! lmfao
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    My 300'ish rwhp doesn't wash away as much misery as your 430 does, pfft :rolleyes: However my YZ that I just hot lapped around the block works wonders :banana:
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    I'm actually Looking at buying a 450r or a yzf450 this week . I have rode quads since I am 11 and never owned my own and I wan one
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    Can't go wrong with a YZ450 or even a CR, power and a :) all day long.
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    So I am still chasing the vibration here . I have narrowed it down to an engine vibration .

    Down shift crusing 3k rpm keep Rpms up and slow the car down vibration feels the same so that rules drive line out .

    I shouldn't have been so quick to blame it on the TRANS even with that input shaft play . I was foolish and should've pulled the bell instead of just inspecting .

    My next thoughts are the dowel pins are worn on the PP causing it to dance at high rpm but again the bolts should hold it in place . or the fly wheel bolts are slightly backed out . Or the motor is f u c k e d .

    So I have about 2,5 weeks to get my ass In gear and pull the TRANS again and get it all sorted out before American muscle show in PA . again I feel it has to be some error on my part during the install as it didn't have this vibe until we tuned it . Ah the joys of trying to go fast !
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