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Old 10-28-2003, 15:34   #1 (permalink)
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ok been reading up heavily on the us mustang mags geez there got some hot rides in em wish i could afford one. anyway just wondering whats the difference between the 86-93windsor and 94-95w cause theres a performance package that is rated at 350hp and would all this fit on my ef xr8 from the tiny photo it looks like alloy heads upper and lower intake roller cam roller timing chain pushrods and head bolts (it holley gear) what dollars would a mech charge to pu these in just a rough guess
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Most of the stuff from 86-93 US Winsors will fit onto our EB-AU XR8's. The holley package is suppose to be quite good, early holley heads had major problems with oil useage but that should all be fixed by now. The only slightly difficult thing would be the intake, which faces the opposite way to ours and cannot be reversed like others.
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Yep exactly thats when Edelbock or Trick flow come in handy.. Approx $1100 each
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what for the whole manifold or just the upper
and if i bought this kit do you think ill def get the 350hp it is rated at and also it recommends 70mm mass air 65mm throttlebody and 1 1/8 headers and 24/30 pound injectors and 3.73 gears would this have to be used to make this 350hp or would it add to it
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Heads from $2500 complete inlet $1100,70 mm throttle body and maf $1000,24 inj see your Mitsi wrecker or dealer.. $600 approx for 1:72 roller rockers...$180 gasgets..Nearly $6k...

Yes they all fit except the Holley systemax cannot be turned to face passengers side.On latter model std inlets that face to driverside [right hand drive] the inlet curved to front on mustangs so they cannot be used on our Falcons as it would face into firewall on pasengers side.But all aftermarket have an adapter for this cuve on Mustangs so the inlets can be used on both early and late models even here....
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I have eight of the mitsubishi injectors for sale.
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You will find that in 94 the US introduced a new Mustang body platform, even thought the 5.0L was the same engine the accessories were moved around and the upper intake had an additional part attached to the intake manifold which lowered the throttle body for better positionong under the hood it sort of angled it down and forward, if you check the engine pictures in the mags you can see the difference betwen the 94-94 models and the earlier ones


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