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    1. #101
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      Well thats purty:















    2. #102
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      That is pretty. Which gear set did you settle on?

    3. #103
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      The 2.66 first. I am running 3.70 gears.

    4. #104
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      ARP pressure plate bolts don't like 50#'s even though that is what it calls for.




      So while I am waiting on new bolts I might as well put these headers on.




    5. #105
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      They fit well.









      Also installed my power steering resevoir.


    6. #106
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      Hopefully tomorrow this will go in for the last time. Would have gotten it in tonight but I was missing a few starter bolts and really wanted to put the starter in before it gets crammed into the engine bay. Once it gets in I can order the drive shaft and then its down to plumbing and finishing the wiring. A punch out list will also be done tomorrow.





    7. #107
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      It was a good day. She is home and wired up. Minor trimming aroung the shifter opening, (like Rich from MTF said), should take care of it.










    8. #108
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      Looks great!! Rich's headers fit excellent on mine as well, worth every penny not to have to mod anything.

    9. #109
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      Just curious, what is your ride height under those headers, and trans?
      Zach

      "It so repulsive to see such a beautiful 1970 Mustang, with the other teams engine transplanted into it. I know that car would spit that thing out if it could. Just ruined it, when everything else about the car is so nice." - Bossed

    10. #110
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      Pronbably 5 inches or so.

    11. #111
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      Quote Originally Posted by Dalpilot View Post
      Pronbably 5 inches or so.
      picture must make it look lower than it is. Well done getting that T56 in there without cutting the tunnel.
      Zach

      "It so repulsive to see such a beautiful 1970 Mustang, with the other teams engine transplanted into it. I know that car would spit that thing out if it could. Just ruined it, when everything else about the car is so nice." - Bossed

    12. #112
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      I had to trim it a little but not too bad.

      Intake fits but The engine cover does not. Looks like it will go in the trunk until I get it parked. Lol
      I need to figure out what two of the vacuum ports go to and if they can be capped.









    13. #113
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      I had the power steering lines fabbed up yesterday and much of the plumbing is done. Tomorrow when the box from Summit gets here the plumbing will be done sans Heater and AC. The trans Support is in and it wen't fairly smoothly. Had to remove the Ebrake bracket but other than that it was an hour deal. Bought the trans slip yoke today and should have a driveshaft soon. Ready to add fluids and then wire up under the dash. Still need to settle on my exhaust. I guess its time to figure it out. I want as little drone as possible but with an old school muscle sound.






    14. #114
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      All plumbed up and making great headway on the wiring. Tomorrow, she gets fluids.






      Had to make a bracket off the Alt. to keep the lower hose from making contact with the pulley and belt. I will paint it and put some rubber backing on it to keep it from rubbing a hole.





      Just a little wiring goin on. Still need to brace up and close the trans tunnel.


    15. #115
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      Got to start on the AC today. They sent out a non factory AC kit vs. a factory AC kit even though I stated it 3 times. No biggie, I will correct it tomorrow. I also ordered nearly $200 worth of braided wire loom now that most of the interior is wired.







      Next week, brace and close up that tranny tunnel.

    16. #116
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      Exhaust is here, driveshaft will be here Friday.





      Heater lines are finished.



    17. #117
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      Nice job it's looking really good. A lot of work done since I got to last check in.
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
      Project FNQUIK https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ghlight=FNQUIK

    18. #118
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      Are those mystery ports for crankcase ventilation?

      Don
      1969 Camaro - LSA 6L90E AME sub/IRS
      1957 Buick Estate Wagon
      1959 El Camino - Ironworks frame
      1956 Cameo - full C5 suspension/drivetrain

    19. #119
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      they were emissions related ports.

    20. #120
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      That exhaust will be much easier to install, with (hopefully) no / minor modifications needed. I'm starting to think that less complicated = quicker results lol. You'll be driving in no time!!!

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