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Cool, I may have to look into this guy at Smokey's. It's really not running that bad now - just found part of the idling problem- a brand new AC compressor had a Bearing that was bad so i bypassed completely it with a shorter belt and that helped a lot.
I really like camber setup you have. Those are awesome welds. I think I got one of the last sets of the adjustable Koni's with the lowering springs in the US (that's what the factory guy said) and I modified the mounts on the aftermarket camber plates that I found to support the hollow shafts all the way up-( that's where they all seemed to break) but i like yours much better. are they spec'd for a mustang? Here some pictures of my setup.

https://goo.gl/photos/qEZR82JUxwEV6diG9


I'm going to try to post some updated pictures but here is one with the two Cougars and my son's SVT Focus.

https://goo.gl/photos/avAvXqnEiAtB1WP57
 

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No because the distance is apart is different and the towers and the bolt holes are in a different location spot than the s13
 

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Soooooo Everything was put on hold. I got offered something and couldn't say No. Ill get a better picture later sorry.

 

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Pin drive upgrade?
 

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Good deal. Otherwise, bad deal lol
 
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Ok ignore how long its been lol. Forgot about a fuel pump. Been looking at the 255 walbro. Having a hard time figuring if i actually need the "kit" or will just the pump work fine? Its a return style stock fuel pump.

Found this in search blackcoogs post. https://www.newcougar.org/forums/how-tos/2008-how-walbro-pump-install-return-style-cars.html

but cant find the "kit" anywhere, just the pump itself.

Would this work? https://lmr.com/item/LRS-9350D-K/1986-97-Mustang-Walbro-255-Lhp-High-Pressure-Fuel-Pump-Kit?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI1Mi6zP_k4QIVDrCzCh0WuAKFEAQYASABEgKOWvD_BwE
 

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Was wondering if i could get some help on st220 vacuum lines. I think i figured them out, but would like some help.

Ok #1 = Hose to connect somewhere between maf and Throttle body.
#2 = PCV



#3 = Brake Booster



#4 = No clue. Fuel? Not sure if valve covers need to go here or valve covers need to go on the intake?? Valve covers i think possibly will go with supercharger stuff.
#5 = Evap vent solenoid

 

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4 is dedicated to Fuel pressure regulator on the ST - Rest looks good.
 

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That is correct. The supplied vortech one is plastic and usually has a T for both front and rear.
 

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Thank you Beans!

I actually just found in a box some of the vacuum lines i took off Brads car. Obviously i don't need that crazy tree anymore.


 

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Thank you. Its just a slow going build that has taken way way too long. Lots of little stuff to figure out now.

Got some more done on the car today. Cooling system should now be set. I had to modify the coolant cross over tube since i didnt know that was different. I kept the old one i should have grabbed on the silver car. :facepalm:
 

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Well not sure if this is covered. Did a quick search and could not find any info on both forums. I have the 70mm Throttle body installed on the st220 manifold and the IACV does not fit normal. Any one have any suggestions?? Im thinking of getting a spacer made out of aluminum to get it to raise over the throttle body section. Or is there another IACV that would work??




 
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