Should be some way it will work, and someone who has done it.
As far as the EFI stuff goes, with today's fuel prices, I'm beginning
to regret that I went to a carb.... as well as the responsiveness of
an EFI is a bit better than the carb.
Did you contact Windsor-Fox, or just review the information on the
site? If just a review, I would suggest you email them your questions.
There's more than one version of AODE. There's also the straight AOD.
Since I'm sticking with the carb (for now) I have not researched all
the ins and outs. I'm just looking at a straight AOD.
You might also try-
).... they have a 10 chapter guide which I would
suggest you copy and read (or I could just send it to you from where I
copied it). It's pretty detailed about the different transmissions,
torque converters, valve bodies, etc. A very good read for me a tranny
Check with Mustangs Plus www.mustangsplus.com
tech section, and if
nothing is there, send them an email query. They built a 66 coupe
which I think has a 351 and which they converted to EFI.
The Truth is Out There : ) Sometimes you just have to dig a little
On 26 Jul 2005 13:53:14 -0700, "Thomas Cameron"
>I read that the AOD-E would not handle the torque from the Lightning's
>351W. So I am still leaning towards just using the C4 until it breaks.
> I'm really getting a lot of different points of view on this.
>Windsor-Fox has been helpful, but it looks like it might wind up being
>cheaper to just rip the EFI stuff off and go normally aspirated, which
>would be a real bummer. I want the EFI bits to work, but I am not sure
>it is feasible.
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