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unilec

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  1. Dash Gauges or A Pillar Pod Ideas

    Why not just change your two outer gauges to something like these. http://www.speedhut.com/gauges/3-3-8-inch/Duals/?catid=f254|f12
  2. 69 mach 408w build

    Wow your car looks awesome even without paint, interested to see the dash, which looks almost identical to the 65 mustang.
  3. Need opinion on brake issues

    Just a couple off questions, do you have a proportioning valve in circuit? Some of the distribution blocks have a built in Piston that can block off feed to either the back or front system, if it sees a difference in pressure, you can check if its moved with a multi meter.
  4. RPM, your battery cable routing looks good, i would just suggest that under the fender area, you wrap some split conduit around the cable, a lot of crap gets thrown up from the front tires, a bit more mechanical protection wont do any harm. http://www.altronics.com.au/p/h3805a-22mm-cable-split-loom-tubing-10m/
  5. Mach 1 resto in Australia

    Your car is looking awesome, I notice your passenger side door has dropped a little, always a good idea to set them a tad high, so the door takes the extra weight and drops slightly, pain in the butt to have to remove the front fender to adjust.
  6. 1970 Convertible Restoration

    Coming along very nicely, so what is the reason your not just using a newer starter motor with built on solenoid?
  7. '70 Tach problem

    If you are running the original coil, you still need to use the pink resistor wire.
  8. 1969 mustang "Rusty"

    Wow, you really are taking on a major project here, looking at the roof it looks like the best way is to replace it, maybe look into a donor body, could be a lot cheaper in the long run.
  9. Craig from New Zealand

    Beautiful color, definitely will pop in the sun. The rear spoiler you fitted a light into, is that for this car or another project?
  10. Removing Speedo Needle

    Some times you can get the decal on without removing the needle, but if you do, the two pieces of soft wood and two small screwdrivers either side and it should pries off.
  11. A/C Compressor Fitment

    I think the one in bigmal's photo is this one, not cheap here, so I have made my own from a piece of 1/4" plate. http://speedyairspares.com.au/products/Ford_289_302_351_Windsor_V8_Air_Conditioning_Bracket_to_suit_Sanden_SD7H15_SD5H14_Compressor-32-9.html
  12. Need help with my Kick Down

    You may need to have an elongated slot, so the accelerator linkage only comes in contact with the rod towards the end of its travel to operate the rod, my vette is like that.
  13. Ash's 69 R-code

    Looks like a bit of massaging is needed, it may damage the coating though. Engine is coming along beautifully, it will be a beast when you start her up.
  14. 1970 Mustang Exterior Lights (turn signals)

    Good to know all this, so thanks for taking the time and posting. :-)
  15. if you have converted to a pertronix ignition , I always suggest to carry the old points and condenser in your glove box, you never know when it will fail you.
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