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JAX04's 325ci LSx New Edge- S475-PG-Holley Dominator etc.. Street Machine
JAX04's 347ci LSx New Edge- Twin 66/65-PG-Holley Dominator etc.. Street Machine
Well this is the re-do of the last car with a very clean chassis and and great looking interior.
Single CRT 88mm
Power Glide Trans (built with brake)
PTC Custom Converter
3.27 rear end
Edlebrock ProFlo xT
16 fuel injectors: 120lb primary 160lb uppers
Tokico shocks all around with Steeda Springs, Steeda caster camber plates
SVT rims and rear spoiler
Mach 1 chin spoiler (swapping back to cobra front bumper)
Ive got a set ofa Qa1 Double Adjustable coilovers and a bracket kit, i may go ahead and install them. Have not decided yet. This is supposed to be a street Rod, so we shall see. Everything is re-purposed from the "race" car. So, some things might seem weird or overkill for the street. I agree. But damn it, im not getting rid of that intake, ive put too much time into it. lol I would use a th400 instead of a Powerglide, but i wont come out ahead, ill have to spend a bunch more money, we'll see what the future holds.
Ive still got the AJE crossmember, engine mounts, trans mount and driveshaft from the previous car. This should be just a drop in and go, ill change things later. I wanna drive.
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Thanks to my buddy Trent who came over to lend a hand with the heavy lifting, im back on schedule.
Aje Kmember is in, Cobra brakes and steeda suspension are back in. Engine is in and intake setting in for mock up. I was gonna try like hell to use the ford radiator and huge *** fan, but it looks like that may not end up working, its just too big and too tight to the motor. Think GTO space between engine and radiator. If i had a smaller more compact turbo id do it, but this sucker is down right huge. SO. Ill figure something else out.
Anywho, ordered a new mandrel bends builder kit, 02 bungs, and new turbo flange today. so the turbo kit should be under way very soon, as that is truly the only piece to this puzzle now. Trans will bolt right back in, and driveshaft is proper length as well. While im waiting on the bends, ill bolt all of that back in and even install this fancy driveshaft loop i have and the torque box re enforcement plates that are here, **** i never installed on the first stang. anywho, not many pics.
Alot of chevy guys run their motors in fox mustangs, mainly because its an optimal chasis for drag racing. If you really think about it theres alot more chevys running ford parts than fords running chevys. The good ole 9 inch.
OP: Nice job so far on the swap.
Street Car, 4v D1sc, 20psi,viper spec t56, Team Z/ UPR suspension. SKELETON CREW RACING
I actually am! lmao, because i am buying my first house!
About the upgrades, NO. My 2004 GTO with lots of aftermarket parts got totaled, its funding the finishing of this car.
Originally Posted by SXGT
i dont save pics very often. I saved these. WOW
Thanks man, things are really gonna be looking good once the engine gets back and i can start on fabbing the turbo kit. The turbo are either going to go like seen above, or one in each corner behind the head lights, facing the sides with the downpipes in ward, wrapped under with the downpipes going out the front bumper. one on each side.
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