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  1. Rallystang
    03-02-2017 12:56 AM - permalink
    Rallystang
    I've never been on as blog before...... Excuse my ignorance. I have a '64 convertible that I've altered a bit... 289 bored to 305, 3/4 cam, windsor ported heads, shaved block, pistons, top loader 4 speed, 3" driveling, 350 9" rear end. Interior has Volvo heated bucket seats, remote control aero dynamic mirrors, rearing mustang etched wing windows and a liner in the top. It's pushing about 400 hp, I've been told. I would like to put a Ecostar twin turbo 2.7 v-6 in it. Will it fit OK? Do I have room for it? Has anybody tried this? I own a '15 Lariat with the Eco 350, but I thought the 2.7 Eco had more pep. I'm dying to put one in this custom mustang! Lemme know any info you have....! Thanks, Ernie
  2. kjodienda
    05-06-2012 10:53 PM - permalink
    kjodienda
    Newbie's first post. I have an opportunity to acquire a 347 stroker; approximately 4 years old - never started - still in it's assembly lube. As far as a I know it's a "typical build" -Victor Jr., roller everything, forged pistons and I-beam rods, balanced iron crank. Not so typical are the electric water pump and timing "gears" in lieu of chain. Can you tell me if this is a good platform to eventually toss into a '66 fastback? I don't have anything purchased yet, and I want to know the approximate $$ value as well as the HP/torque of this setup. I have an opportunity to do some trade to bring down the price to an approximate $2-3K. It's been awhile since I venture into anything approaching the complexity of this undertaking. I figure, if I buy the engine, I'm in it now...Thanks in advance...
  3. Als69GTA
    05-13-2011 06:18 PM - permalink
    Als69GTA
    Are your photo's somewhere that I can see them in large format. I love the look of the bottom of the car. I can't decide what color to paint my underbody. I like the look of the gray and I saw one that had a brighter red primer look as well.

    Al

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  • About buckeyedemon
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    go to the following link for pics! http://s258.photobucket.com/albums/hh270/buckeyedemon/69%20Mustang%20Mach%201/
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    Cincinnati, OH
    Interests
    old fords, dirt track racing, cycling
    Occupation
    Electrical Design Engineer
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    69 Mach 1 Build

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03-21-2017
02:47 PM - Tom Waggoner mentioned buckeyedemon in post 1965 Mustang/351C/Mustang II/ <--Which Headers?!
...fastback I know :( buckeyedemon I bought a pair of H...

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03-25-2017
07:34 AM - buckeyedemon quoted pipeman in post just wondering
... and on the road today? ...
03-24-2017
01:05 PM - buckeyedemon quoted GT289 in post Ignition system advantages
Actually, needing more spa...
03-23-2017
12:12 PM - GT289 quoted buckeyedemon in post Ignition system advantages
Your statements confuse me. You ...
12:52 AM - Huskinhano quoted buckeyedemon in post Ignition system advantages
Your statements confuse me. You ...
03-22-2017
08:46 PM - buckeyedemon quoted Huskinhano in post Ignition system advantages
The reason CD ignition uses mul...
03-20-2017
09:49 PM - buckeyedemon quoted dobrostang in post 1965 Mustang/351C/Mustang II/ <--Which Headers?!
There are several good shootout...
03-19-2017
12:22 PM - buckeyedemon quoted dobrostang in post 1965 Mustang/351C/Mustang II/ <--Which Headers?!
Spend some time reading about t...
03-02-2017
10:49 AM - 67 460Stang quoted buckeyedemon in post Speedhut gauges in 67 or 68?
the bezels are only $12-18? seems...
10:12 AM - Mr Squirrel quoted buckeyedemon in post What would you do: ditch the carb, the cam, or?
That's a fairly mild cam, 215 @.5...
03-01-2017
05:15 PM - Riley quoted buckeyedemon in post I hate my aluminum radiator so...
paint the aluminum radiator (fins...
02-24-2017
08:01 AM - buckeyedemon quoted Target in post Yes, after due consideration....
What about '74-'78 Pintos? ...
02-20-2017
09:24 AM - Alaric quoted buckeyedemon in post [427 Windsor][1967][Fastback][Crankshaft]
i don't know what your planned bu...
02-17-2017
12:21 PM - slim quoted buckeyedemon in post Yes, after due consideration....
why not a section for the 74 to 7...
01-23-2017
08:35 PM - Mr Squirrel quoted buckeyedemon in post What would you do: ditch the carb, the cam, or?
I really appreciate the info. At...
08:29 PM - Woodchuck quoted buckeyedemon in post What would you do: ditch the carb, the cam, or?
sorry if i missed it, but which t...
12-31-2016
07:42 PM - BlakeTX quoted buckeyedemon in post rpm intake (not air gap) for 408w street car
you might be thinking of the RPM ...
07:37 PM - buckeyedemon quoted BlakeTX in post rpm intake (not air gap) for 408w street car
Interesting replies. I have ...
05:42 PM - buckeyedemon quoted Tobias_Aldrete in post rpm intake (not air gap) for 408w street car
Run the Victor JR or Air gap, they ...
12-01-2016
07:16 AM - buckeyedemon quoted dobrostang in post Walmart 408
Is there any machining needed o...
11-16-2016
07:44 AM - Tedfirediver1 quoted buckeyedemon in post Parker funnel web intake reviewed
does everything fit under the sto...

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