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84 Cougar, 88 Mustang spindles/ brakes ,and springs that lowered the car 2”.
The question is....
Will SN -95 struts be the perfect solution?
I’ve searched and I get mostly answers for an 88 or the issues with the spacers. According to my research on the dimensions, the SN - 95 seems to fit the bill.
EDIT: Please disregard the undercoating ....at least there's no rust...LOL
My bad. I must have missed that.You would be better off doing the relay mod to run the headlights. I did and it's relatively easy.
If you look back on the thread, you'll see that's exactly what I did.
You would be better off doing the relay mod to run the headlights. I did and it's relatively easy.
The other issue is that the HI beams are blowing their 20A (mini) fuse whenever I turn them on. Not using anything crazy for the bulbs, but I may need to step of the fuse to a 25A, as it might be the start that's the issue. Everything else works OK.
Lighting is just about wrapped up.
Quote from: Chuck W;456340If you drill a hole and flip the stock brackets, you gain 2" of the 3" difference between the TBird and Mustang shocks.
....sooooo, if the car is already lowered an inch, the stang shocks should be dead on in the sweet spot?
Am I correct in assuming this to be true? Would I be in the sweet spot then?
Is there a high flowing fuel pump for the 83 dual pump setup? I have a 5.0ho with a stock 83 turbo coupe fuel system, at 5000rpm It seems like it just runs out of fuel won’t rev past that. Do I need to change the in tank pump also or can I get by with just a higher flowing external pump?Sounds more like valve float. I run the stock dual pumps on my mild carbed 5.0 HO and spin to 6300 with ease.
That's what I'm hoping for. Right now it's just a cfi 5.0 and I'm torn between going carb or sefi.I vote for carb. BUT, I've been tuning them for 40+ years..lol.