Last post by Aerocoupe -
Nope. You need the 94-98 axles to keep the stock flange to flange measurement. The front brakes are a nice upgrade being they have the dual piston caliper. If you snagged the spindles they are not ideal on a stock k-member car due to their geometry but that can be dealt with via a bump steer kit. I opted to go with the 96+ spindles on my stock k-member car as I knew a tubular k-member was going to happen and did not want to try and scrape up a set of the 94-95 spindles.
You do realize that the 94-98 GT and V6 cars have the exact same brakes, right? In the rear the axles, brackets, dust shields, and calipers are the same. Only difference is the housing in that one is for the 7.5 ring gear and the other is for the 8.8 ring gear. As for the front they are straight across the same. I pulled both my swaps from V6 cars being I already had the 8.8 housings and was converting from drum brakes.
Last post by count -
OK I know this horse been beat to death but let’s beat it a different way. I recently want to a u pull it salvage yard I spent the day collecting calibers rotors brackets spindles hubs I guess you can see where I’m going with this yeah I was collecting for a 4-5 lug conversion it was going good until when I realized Man these axles are a little bit long. this is mustang is not the 96 8.8 V8 I came for but the 1999 Why I didn’t notice the Dual caliber, I don’t know. But my question is can I still use this axles (30.75)length in my 88 sport. ( that salvage yard and hour drive and I would rather not make the trip again if I don’t have too plus a lot of seized bolts)
Last post by Beau -
GT40 heads are a nice improvement over the E7s, but I'll use aftermarket aluminum heads next time I put together a windsor based Ford. (leaning to a 32v and getting my feet wet in that bigger, deeper pool).
Last post by 5.0 tbird -
Picked up my GT40 heads from the machine shop today! I had them rebuild the heads and install a Trick Flow spring kit.
I also got my gears installed a few weeks ago. Going from 2.73 to 3.73s was exactly what this car needed. The shop said it wouldn't cost any extra labor to rebuild my trac-lok while they did the gear swap so I bought a clutch kit.
After I got the car back from the shop I swapped out the speedo gear
So next up is upgrading the front brakes and putting the heads on.