Discussion in 'Classic Mustang Specific Tech' started by tos, Oct 1, 2005.
1965 GT with 427Windsor and alot of dirt after tracking the car.
1971 Boss 351 stroked to 393.
i guess i'll ask him when i see him,but i im pretty sure he said it was a 5.0 radiator and hoses.
Ok, this might be a silly question, but how do you de-wire the engine compartment, what do you do with all the wiring to hide it but still keep it functional?
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5.0 uses a 90* neck, so it can't be. Mine looks similar. It was about 2' longer and I cut some off both ends and ended up with a hose that looks like that.
Well what the hell, I'll join in
Not that there isn't enough to drool about in that engine bay that the average Joe wouldn't even notice, but that looks odd with just the one export brace on there. I'm sure there ain't much you can do about it shy of dumping the Paxton, and who in their right mine would choose that and one is better than none, but my head was tilting for a good 45 seconds or so trying to figure out what was not computing there.
Jay, are those rivnuts across the top of your coe support? If so what for? And the 3 fluid containers on the drivers side firewall?
Acutally, we ran it on the bottom of both the rear and shock tower plates. It under there you just can't see if from that angle.
Go to page 5 of this article and you can see what I mean...
They are polished stainless button head allen head bolts.
The triple res. is JMC's front, rear brake master res. and hydraulic clutch res..
Here's a pic of mine. It's got the old school look but it's in a later model '79.
That's a nice motor. Large primaries on those headers!!!
It's a Fox!
here's mine as of a few weeks ago:
I didnt have to lengthen anything,I just ran the harnes through the drivers side opening where the VR wiring come through and passed it through it a factory hole by the master cylinder and I moved the starter solenoid to the core support near the bottom.
Very nice guys/gals, thanks. Got alot of ideas now but would like to see some more. I'll be finished with the engine in the next week or so hopefully.
Even though it's in my FFR Cobra, here's a conservative SB, done in a 60's theme...
I like the look of alot of aluminum.
Here you go