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Old 11-20-2007, 07:37 PM   #1
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Default 289 bored .30 over ?

I have a question folks, I am still in the process of fixing my once stolen 67 mustang, the motor (289 hi-po from a 66 Falcon) was previously bored .30 over. I am thinking about having it rebuilt and trying to get more horsepower out of it. Any suggestions on a limited budget to obtain that task? How much would you say it has now? Any rebuild kits better than any other? ENLIGHTEN ME OH CHRYSTAL BALL OF MUSTANG KNOWLEDGE!

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Old 11-20-2007, 08:05 PM   #2
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if im not mistaken i was under the impression the falcon never got "K" motor id look into some air flow reasearch heads along with a cam intake and headers to match
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he said limited budget LOL

piece the rebuild kit together yourself, or you can grab one from northernautoparts for cheap and then just upgrade the rings and pistons. a "302" kit (same as the 289) is like 360.00 with the following upgraded parts: cam, rings, freeze plugs, oil pump, pistons, timing chain
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