Hey all I'm starting a little thread of my own that I plan to list all my mods as I do them and keep it updated with pics and such.
Every time I mod the car I'll update this thread and perhaps post a tutorial on how I did it.
ok so what I've got so far.
1991 EB Falcon bog stock CFI with 209,000kms and a new head.
5sp manual with dead sexy hub caps! (note sarcasim here)
Mods So far: ED Fairmont door trims, and all seats.
fitted perfectly with holes for the window winders.
2 new sony explode 140w 4.5" speakers to replace my poxy stock 16w Ford ones.
2 new Kenwood 6" 150w 3 ways.
Things going in this weekend.
Cyclopes alarm system (from strathfield)
thermo fan kit (I hate that viscus fan noise)
You bet ya I'm saving now for a whole bunch of stuff then I'm gonna take 2 weeks annual leave to "apply it to my car"
what I plan to do:
dynomax extractors and exhaust (from my old work Walkers Australia)
king springs lowered 2"
whiteline stabiliser bars
monroe gt shockers
bare metal respray on the roof and respray the rest of the car.
before that I'm getting a JVC deck and alarm
Mags maybe later.
Breathe! It's only the internet....
which mpi conversion are you doing? if you are going to all that trouble then you might as well go the EL/AU one, you can switch the intake butterflies with a one way valve+shift indicator switch+vacuume switch.
talk to lukeyn039 about it, he did it on his EA (which freakin HAMMERS!!!) im sure he will be more than happy to help.
oh yeah, if you do the duel length intake manifold conversion the exhaust note changes slightly as the manifold switches over..pretty cool huh?
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Now I need to decide what to do with the hole were the power window and ashray buttons were.
I'm thinking a little ford badge with rear lighting or maybe a tweeter for the rear peoples.
What do you think?
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