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This is my 1969 mustang coupe
originally 250 inline 6 with a 3 speed
Has a built, bored, & stroked 02 corvette ls1
driven through a new custom built t56
all ending up in a 9.5in posi rear end
has 13in drilled & slotted 4 piston wilwood brakes all around
a 14 point roll cage, and no interior besides carpet and seats
dash is just flat sheet metal with all the instruments
suspension is 2in lift coils front and rear leafs for an f100 so 2ft lift from stock
painless wiring chassis kit and separate painless ls1 kit
before the engine swop
still waiting on the headers
then it needs a new paint job and smaller wheels
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the heads are stock for an 02 corvette
and the headers end above the steering box, shorties is the best I could fit, but still 3in collector
plus the steering box is an after market 16:1 power steering kit so actually little different shape than the stock box
my plan for exhaust is 3in all the way with and X in the middle to equalize back pressure ending in dual flow-master 50s, which I've found a way to stand on edge between the fuel cell and the leaf springs, so maximum ground clearance
just got to wait for my drive-shaft then its off to the exhaust shop
I want to get all the metal work done on the car and painted with rubberized coating before I start on wiring, hope its as painless as they say, did on of these kits on my 70 camaro while back and it took all day, at least the ls1 kit is mostly just plugs and no soldering
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