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Old 08-20-2014, 09:41 PM   #141
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Will the stock 97 gt fuel pump work? I was told it wont pump enough gas to the top end.
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Old 08-21-2014, 10:44 AM   #142
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yes it is fine. You want to make sure you bump up to the 24lb/hr injectors though. The 19's will be maxxed out.
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Old 09-02-2014, 03:55 PM   #143
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what fuel rail am I supposed to use? I'm using the 96-98 cobra intake manifold, and I just realized that it doesn't have a way of using my fuel pressure regulator from my 99 GT.
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you need to run the 96-98 fuel rails
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Old 09-06-2014, 07:38 AM   #145
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Scored this little beauty yesterday. 132k on the clock out of a running 97 Mark VIII. I ran the motor for about 10 minutes at idle, then held it at about 3k then back down to idle. The oil was crystal clear, the coolant was nice and green, no foul smells from the exhaust and no clattering sounds. It ran smooth as silk so I think I'm in there.

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Now I am looking for the Cobra exhaust manifolds. I saw a set here locally on Craigslist that came off of an 03-04 Cobra for pretty cheap. Will those work?
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you need to run the 96-98 fuel rails
That's what I'm using, but 1) it is a return style system, while my 99 is returnless, and 2) it has no way of reusing the fuel pressure sensor from my 99
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Now I am looking for the Cobra exhaust manifolds. I saw a set here locally on Craigslist that came off of an 03-04 Cobra for pretty cheap. Will those work?
yes, thats what i have. i had to cap off the air injection ports though. just used some brass caps for those.
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That's what I'm using, but 1) it is a return style system, while my 99 is returnless, and 2) it has no way of reusing the fuel pressure sensor from my 99
well that blows. hah. im not sure what you need to do, wonder if 99/01 cobra rails would work for ya. check out this thread, he put a mark 8 motor in his 02

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