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Old 09-04-2009, 01:51   #1 (permalink)
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cobra engine

looking for proper ecm from falcon xr8 or sprint to install 94 cobra engine in my automatic gt mustang . never made this combo US. this is a gt40 intake and heads with 1.7 rollers and 24 lbs injectors. mounting to 4spd AOD-E. sounds like the automatic sprint ecc-iv
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I came back from Iraq and couldn't use 5spd anymore . can somebody tell me what I need to put an AOD-E in my 94 cobra please? I have 94 GT transmission and ECM/ wire harness . Yes flexplate and all. Will auto ECM work w/cobra engine (24#injectors) ? I was told had too keep ECM w/ transmission so swapped whole 5spd package for AOD-E setup. Now being told can't use cobra engine w/ AOD-E transmission ???? HELP
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