Progress Thread Budget 89 GT

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Got the engine bay painted. Got the manual rack installed. Got the engine painted motor mounts on and the some oiling parts on. Starting to shape a up a little
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Masking tape for what? Anything I taped I took of before I took this picture. Mr Angelo
 

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a91 and sick fox, are you guys running the stock o2 sensors as well as the wide band in the down pipe? stupid question i know but im just wondering i know the micro squirt ties into your wideband.
 

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awesome thank you i didnt want to sound stupid asking that but i didnt think they would be needed if i have a wideband and am going to be making my own fuel tables and what not.
 

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Went a piddled around in the garage tonight. Got my ingectors in. All my bellhousong bolts in. There was only 3 or four in it when I got the car. Wrapped my cross over pipe and got it installed. Painted my coil bracket. The only thing I have found so far that on3 has messed up is they sent me a standard and metric bolt for my bolts for the cross over pipe. They sent two standard nuts so I’ll have to get a different bolt tomorrow. No big deal just weird. I honestly thing the only thing that’s gonna be hard in this thing is learning the micro squirt system everything else looks pretty straight forward
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I run autolight 103 nothing fancy just a plain copper plug.
Also could use AL 104, NGK tr6, ect. Just stick in this heat range
 

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are you sure its just a 103? the thread lengths look scary compared to the stock 25 autolite
I run autolight 103 nothing fancy just a plain copper plug.
Also could use AL 104, NGK tr6, ect. Just stick in this heat range
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@a91what is using GT-40 heads so his spark plug threads are different than yours. You would need a Autolite 23 plug to have the shorter amount of threads.
 

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gotcha . phew i thought that looked weird. thank you sir! i also just seen a NGK 2248 would work
 

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Thanks guys everyone here is a big help with questions I appreciate it more than you know. Makes things go a lot smoother not having to guess and waste money. Tonight I got my drain line figured out on my turbo. And made my alternator hardware to move the alternator to the driver side of the car. I’m beginning to really like how this thing is shaping up.
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