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About Boogerschnot

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    69 Mustang Grande' 351W
  • Birthday 07/04/1982


  • Biography
    In the Navy working as an investigator. Play the drums/guitar, and married with a 2 and 4 yr old.
  • Location
    Honolulu, HI
  • Interests
    Drums, Music, Electronics, my kids
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  1. Best to take care of that. I know first hand what happens when you loose your brakes at speed. =new front end.
  2. I used my FMX drive shaft with the 93 aod yoke.. the drive shaft was too long by and inch or so.. but! I was running a 9 inch rear end from an old F100 that had a shorter pinion yoke.. so it fit fine.... I'm sure this won't help at all.. :)
  3. I vote cheapie... I haven't had to do floors but.. It's under the carpet.
  4. If they are 17*8. You need 1.5" spacers up front and your Choice if 1.5 or 1.25 in back.
  5. You don't need to weld in the support. It is a bolt in part. You need to find a trans from a small block ford not a modular ford. 94 and earlier mustang.
  6. I like the look. Hopefully the interior improvments are substantial. My wife has a pony package 2013 and I love the way it looks outside but it is lacking on interior. Feels like I'm in a bathtub up to my eyeballs, and not the best toad feel either. Hers is a auto and that is lacking, but like said earlier the v6 is no real slouch. It's quick, not 5.0 quick though.. I rented one after being used to her car and that 5.0 rental 2013 was crazy fast.. especially after driving the 6 for so long. I loved it.. that motor in a smaller package will be awesome!
  7. I have 3.70's in the rear and do believe that given the chance to do it again.. or Whenever i decide to do it again, I will go with the 4.11 gears. The 3.70's do the trick and keep my RPM's around 2200 on the highway at 70.
  8. Have if you get an immediate delay at idle.. Maybe you need to check the accelerator pump spring adjustment again. I adjust mine so that it squirts at the slightest blip of the throttle but so that it has a slight bit of play in the spring when you are at full throttle, so that it doesnt bind up the linkage. do you use the small hose barb coming off of the main circuit just in front of the choke for your timing? That is the timed port. Anywhere else will give you full vac. The carb should be tuned for idle, at the idle 700-800rpm with the engine in drive.. Or neutral for the manual trans. Check that your timed port hose it not leaking, causing the lean bank.
  9. Like a fusion and a dodge viper front end mixed all up and ugly like.
  10. What carburator do you have? How long has it been since a tune up? If you have a autolite or holley that has a vent hole on the fuel bowl, that will cause the gas smell. some original carbs had a charcoal canister that helped to lessen the smell. Or You could be boiling gas out of the carb if you dont have a carb/intake spacer. Or you could be running really rich. I would check the tune of the carburator first.
  11. My GAT rear suspension has never squeaked after 6 years..
  12. You should be using type F for the trans, and power steering fluid.
  13. How high have you ran up the RPMs while trying to get it to shift?
  14. If John at opentracker says its easy.. I would believe him. He knows his suspension parts. Go for it.
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