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Morning all ~ Did some searching and this thread seems to get as close as any to what I'm looking for.
Have a 1995 Mustang. Not trying to mod it just yet, as I want to do that as a project and not a little at a time. Got a wedding to have and the fiance advised the Ford isn't going anywhere til "WE" get it the way we want. That being said, my history is with Pontiac Firebirds & TAs, this is my first Ford and thus far I'm loving it.
Currently, I'm a bit lost on some exhaust issues I've been faced with. The car has just at 100k and runs like a beast but the exhaust is coming to pieces after factory headers. First a heatshield here, then a heat shield there, then the right bank pipe is loose and rattles. Went to a local shop and was advised that if I pull the pipes down to just pipe and mufflers, I'll need MIL's for the 02 sensors and an H or X pipe - - - Inc'ing questions:
1 - does the 1995 5.0 HO have back O2 sensors that NEED the MIL's without running lean? ... if not, how to disable then would be the next question
2 - leaving the factory manifolds in place, who makes best for least exhaust for this year model
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1985 hatch gt.
stock 302 bored .30 over, edelbrock rpm intake manifold, carb, cam, msd distributor, coil,wires, summit racing shorty headers, high flow cats, 2 1/2 magnaflows soon to be replaced with super 44's, grey 16" pony wheels. fire stone fire hawk rubber.
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