Build Thread Mustang5L5's Build Thread - Cruise control install done

nickyb

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Please do make a vid. I never trusted the stock tach so I never came close to red lining her,and is didn't want to mount an aftermarket tach.
 
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Mustang5L5

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Cruise stuff installed. For the record, had my car not been completely apart right now, I never would have done this. I needed to pull the dash, which was 10 mins considering I had most of it apart anyway. But there was no way I could have bolted the clutch switch and brake pedal vac mounts on with the dash in place. No way in tarnation.

but, amplifier in plsce and everything is plugged in.

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The only hiccup is the depressor for the brake vacuum dump. It won’t fit my MM pedal. I’ll need to fabricate something.
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Mustang5L5

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But...this should work now.

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I’m happy with my decision to flip the orientation of the button with regards to how they are normally setup. I can reach them easily with my left hand on the wheel. I tend to like my right hand free and steering wheel controls on my left, so this works for me
 
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Mustang5L5

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also, after doing some reading, decided not to go with the poly trans mount. Going to switch it to rubber.

I think the reason I went poly was because the Ford mount was discontinued and all I could find were cheap repros with bad reviews.

I hop on eBay, and behold....NOS goodness.
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