Re: Need Help with Exhaust Replacement
Make sure your plug wires are on snug. Pull them off and re connect them.
"crystal assaly" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi All,
> Well I finally replaced the exhaust on my 1985 Mustang GT. I went from
> old stock system to the following:
> Flowtech headers (Equal length long tubes)
> Flowtech Off-Road H pipe
> American Thunder Cat-back system from Flowmaster
> The sound is phenominal! Now the only problem which I have now are the
> -idles at 1,000RPM instead of 800RPM
> -At highway speeds of about 120KM/H it starts to chug like it's not
> enough gas or something and I have to either downshift or slow to 100KM/H.
> It then smooths out but it feels like she is hesitating.
> -Seems like the engine is shaking sometimes when I am idling. Is this
> So can anybody please help me with what is happening? Carb adjustment
> needed or what?????
> BTW I have brand new plugs, edelbrock air filter, and 9mm Ford Wires and
> fresh oil.
> Its a 5spd.
> Please help.