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Recently got to make a couple of full passes. Still dialing in the suspension. 12.30's @112
drive train specs ?


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drive train specs ?
Hey that's my line!

I failed and didn't ask eveyone how to spend more money on my Mustang.
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66 coupe, '93 Fox seats, Three point belts, 289, Edelbrock, Weiand, JBA tri-y's, 2" duel exhaust (H-pipe), T5 trans(3.35), Pro 5.0 shifter, 3.40 open, KH front disc, Porterfield R4-S pads, 1" front sway bar, Shelby drop, Spring perch relocation, Shelby quick steer, GT progressive coils (1/2 coil cut), 4.5 leaf mid-eye, Bilstein street shocks, Export brace, Monti-Carlo bar, Sub-frame connectors, Performance alignment (+3.5 caster/-.5 camber), 16x7 wheels, 215/55/16 & 225/55/16 BFG G-force

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What are the details of your set-up?
I've realized I've done a lot of stuff to this car!

Engine/Transmission
• 1982 200 Block
• .30 over with flat top pistons
• Stock 1965 rods/crank
• 10:1 compression
• Classic Inlines aluminum head
• Classic Inlines 4 barrel intake
• Fitech Go Street fuel injection
• Clay Smith 264/274 cam
• 6 into 1 header with 2.5” exhaust

Driveline
• NWC T5 transmission
• 5.0 bellhousing machined to fit the 200 block
• Neutral balance ACT flywheel with stock replacement 5.0 diaphragm clutch
• 8” rear axle with trac-lok and 3.80 gears

Cooling
• Spal electric fan
• Champion V8 aluminum radiator

Fuel System
• Tanks Inc. in-tank EFI system
• LS-style fuel filter

Front Suspension/Brakes
• Converted to V8 specs
• Shelby Drop
• Stock upper and lower control arms
• 1” front sway bar
• Street or Track strut rod
• Roller spring perch
• Manual 1” bore aluminum master cylinder
• Street or Track Trans Am front brakes (12”x1.25" Galaxy-based)
• Bilstein shocks

Rear Suspension/Brakes
• Mid-eye 4 leaf springs
• Fays2 Watts Link
• Bilstein shocks
• Stock 10” drum brakes

Ignition/Electrical
• Custom-curved HEI-style ignition
• American Autowire Classic Update harness
• Rear mounted Odyssey battery
• 94 amp 3G alternator

Wheels/Tires
• Rev 100; 15x7 front and 15x8 rear
• 205/60/15 front and 225/60/15 rear

Steering
• 2005-2010 Toyota Prius Electric steering
• Flaming River 16:1 box
• Shelby Quick-Steer roller pitman/idler arm

Other Features
• GT350 fiberglass front fascia
• Fiberglass rear bumper
• Fiberglass stock-style hood with NACA ram air
• Original paint (mostly)
• Custom Monte Carlo/Export bars
• Custom motor mounts
• 67-style roll hoop with provision for 4 point harnesses
• 66-style rear seat delete

What’s next?
• GT35 Turbo (~5-7lbs. boost)
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Gus91326, Totally surprised me you built a 6 into a race motor. Great list, thanks!

66 coupe, '93 Fox seats, Three point belts, 289, Edelbrock, Weiand, JBA tri-y's, 2" duel exhaust (H-pipe), T5 trans(3.35), Pro 5.0 shifter, 3.40 open, KH front disc, Porterfield R4-S pads, 1" front sway bar, Shelby drop, Spring perch relocation, Shelby quick steer, GT progressive coils (1/2 coil cut), 4.5 leaf mid-eye, Bilstein street shocks, Export brace, Monti-Carlo bar, Sub-frame connectors, Performance alignment (+3.5 caster/-.5 camber), 16x7 wheels, 215/55/16 & 225/55/16 BFG G-force

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Gus91326, Totally surprised me you built a 6 into a race motor. Great list, thanks!
Thanks! I wouldn't call it a race motor, but It's definitely healthier!
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Thanks! I wouldn't call it a race motor, but It's definitely healthier!


Any in car video?


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Any in car video?


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Just this weekend I got my gopro mount set up in the car- next time for sure!
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.30” over 200 cubic inches...what does that make it exactly?

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.30” over 200 cubic inches...what does that make it exactly?
202 ci.
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331 with 9.25 CR
Out of the box AFR 185's
Comp cams 294S
Air gap with Proform 750
Doug's Tri Y's / 2 1/2 full exhaust

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Narrowed 8.8 with 3.73's and a Tru Trac
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331 with 9.25 CR
Out of the box AFR 185's
Comp cams 294S
Air gap with Proform 750
Doug's Tri Y's / 2 1/2 full exhaust

Toploader
Narrowed 8.8 with 3.73's and a Tru Trac


I’m thinking, there’s something missing here.


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I’m thinking, there’s something missing here.


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As in pictures?
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Hey, nice pictures. Seems like you had a nice track trip.
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Just installed a Weiand mini blower. First pass went 11.60 @ 120
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Just installed a Weiand mini blower. First pass went 11.60 @ 120
very nice setup!!
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