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  1. understand, but that should only be when the car is warming up. I would think this is the easiest way for someone who is not necessarily inclined to drill into their manifold.
  2. You can buy a thermostat housing with a threaded port already in it. . https://www.cjponyparts.com/thermostat-housing-with-threaded-port-260-289-302-351w-1965-1973/p/TH16/
  3. I have a 351w with air gap as well, but with the Ron Morris lowering engine mounts. Even with the mounts, I had to run a drop base filter to clear the hood. I think it's about 1.5" drop or so.
  4. last I've checked, aftermarket tilt steering column is only available for a 69, not a 70. So the ididit route will work, if you don't mind changing where your ignition switch is.
  5. I'm not sure if that is a roller block...I'm assuming it is. Your build is similar to mine. I have a 351w roller block (RHS heads) with a T5 and 3.89 gears. I settled on the comp cams xe274HR which works well. Idle is a little lopey, but very drivable on a day to day basis and it pulls strong up to about 6000 rpm. Specs are at the link below. http://www.compcams.com/Company/CC/cam-specs/Details.aspx?csid=1057&sb=0
  6. No problem. Good luck with the build!
  7. excuse the engine mess as I'm in the middle of a rewiring project...
  8. I will have to chime in for the FPA longtubes. Expensive, but you get what you pay for. Fits my 70 with a 351w, cable clutch, and borgeson steering box. Never thought i'd get longtubes to fit in that space, but they dropped in perfectly. fit and finish is top notch and still look great 10 years later.
  9. that is a steal for fiero seats these days! Congrats.
  10. yeah, hard to tell what "factory" height was on my original seats since the foam was essentially non-existent when i replaced.
  11. I have a set and they look great. I found that the seat bottom sat too high for me though. I don't think i'd be able to fit in it (6'2") when wearing a helmet. They've just been collecting dust in my house...
  12. I'd talk to Dan at Chockostang...He was extremely helpful when i was doing my p/s system.
  13. Mustang Steve brackets for late model Mustang set-up or the KH types sold by John at Opentracker. I have the late models discs on my 70 and the KH type on my 66. Both would work great for your application.
  14. It does not work with factory AC brackets. CVF makes an AC bracket for the 351c that i imagine would work with the p/s bracket. May not be the prettiest solution, but...
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