New To Stangnet And Foxbodys

Discussion in 'The Welcome Wagon' started by k8wdx, Mar 17, 2014.

  1. Hi, My name is Tom, I am new to the forum as well as new to the Foxbody Mustang I sorta inherited a 93 GT. I am an ASE Certified Master Auto Tech with 25 years in the professional repair business, so I may be able to help some out. also please let me know if there are any other forums I should visit, here are the details of my acquisition:
    39,000 miles
    2 1/2 cowl hood
    Weld wheels with Mickey Thompson Drag Radials
    Autometer Silver Procomp gauges and 5 inch tach
    Black Magic Electric Fan
    3 core radiator
    Steeda clutch quadrant, firewall adjuster, and adjustable cable
    Lakewood 90/10 and 50/50 shocks
    Factory fuel tank with sump
    Holley electric pump
    Battery relocated
    sub frame connectors
    Braced round tube for lower control arms
    Southside lower control arms
    HPM double adjustable upper control arms
    4:10 gears
    TruTrac Detroit locker
    Moser axles
    C clip eliminators
    Tremec TKO 600
    Spec Stage 3 clutch
    Aluminum drive shaft
    MGW Short Shifter with Silver adjustable handle
    Flaming river manual rack
    MSD 6AL ignition box
    MSD Blaster Coil
    Long tube headers
    3 inch exhaust with 2 chamber flowmasters

    Stud girddle with main studs
    trw pistons
    steel crank
    head studs
    fully ported iron heads O ringed
    7/16 studs and guide plates
    Harland sharp 7/16 roller rockers
    Trickflow chrome moly pushrods
    Trickflow stage 3 575/595 roller cam
    Double roller timing chain
    Canton oil pan
    Edelbrock Victor jr intake
    All ARP bolts and studs
    830 cfm holley carb with proform center and billet metering blocks
    Taylor 10mm wires
    MSD Pro Billet Distributor
    Sheetmetal valve covers
    Mezier electric water pump

    Motor was built to handle 300 shot of Nitrous. The car has been 7.50 on slicks with the old World Class T-5 in it on motor. It made 347hp at the rear tires on the dyno thru the tremec.
  2. Opps, its a 1993 GT
  3. Wow, 39,000 miles, NICE!
  4. With that being said, why the rebuild and engine bore with those miles? And why a carb conversion???