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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-20-2017, 01:08 PM Thread Starter
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Borgeson PS conversion box and pump

I have the Borgeson PS conversion box and the pump for sale. I had the set-up on the car for awhile but I took it off when a line started leaking. I meant to put it back on after getting a new hose made but never did. The box and the pump with bracket as shown in the picture. I have a pair of bolts with spacers that mount it to the driver's side head. I don't know where the hoses are, if I find them I''l include them, but you can also get them from CJs, see the link below. I also don't think I have the 3 bolts that mount the box to the frame, If I find them, I'll update the ad. Just taking up room in my garage, asking $400 plus shipping or best offer.

Here is the link to the kit:

http://www.cjponyparts.com/borgeson-...-1970/p/PSK15/

Here's the replacement hoses for $67:

http://www.cjponyparts.com/borgeson-...-1970/p/PSHK4/

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-Brett
1968 fastback 351w
1986 Iroc-Z

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What did you think of it while you had it on? Any other issues with it?

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It worked really well. The box is big so I had to massage the hell out of the one header tube but no complaints really other then that.

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Do you know about how many miles you had on it? What motor do you have that you needed to massage the header?

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It had about 5k miles tops on it. I had a 302 that required the header to be massaged. JBA mid lengths ~1650's part number if i remember correctly. Different headers and or/stock manifolds might clear without issue.

Really was nice. Main reason I had gotten it was so the ex-wife could drive the car if need be.

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Sold!

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