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  1. Thanks- It started out life as a slice of 2.5” dia .035” wall 6061 T6 tube. Now I have to make two more that match!
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  2. Worked on the dash a little more. Trying to come up with clean way to install the triple gauges. Working on some aluminum pods to work with aftermarket gauges.
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  3. Thank-you C9zx I also just realized that if I had taken more time with search feature and key words the site some diagrams posted and procedure to measure ride height. Dumb dumb I am!
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  4. I usually just read on this forum, but thought I would share recent results from my 393C build. Specs: Scat 3.85" crank bored .30" over SRP Pistons Isky roller cam: 218/228, LSA 112 Isky hydraulic roller lifters Trickflow 195 heads 72cc chambers, 1.55" springs Edlebrock Air Gap Intake Sanderson FC4 shorty headers Holley Street Avenger Ultra 770 - elec choke, vacuum secondaries DUI distributor 10.6:1 compression Peak torque was 499 ft lbs @ 4200 rpm. Peak HP was 501 hp @ 6300 rpm. 10 deg advance with vacuum. Not bad from a rel
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  5. Hey guys, don't forget to browse through our 71-73 Wiki! If you are looking for info or data an any 71-73 Mustang models, the Wiki is the place to go! I just uploaded several more documents and brochures! I'd still like to get a few editors/71-73 historians to help edit and fill the Wiki with content! https://7173mustangs.com/wiki/
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  6. Sure enough that's a 250! Those are tough engines. You can do a lot with those. I had one in my 1970 Mustang. Are you going to keep it? Welcome to the site. Tim
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  7. Hello and Welcome from Michigan.
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  8. Welcome from Immokalee Fl.
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  9. Welcome from Illinois!
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  10. Welcome from San Diego
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  11. I was a Ford service line technician in the early seventies. Upon completion of a V8 points, plugs, condensor minor tune-up this was the engine adjustment procedure: Dwell - 30 degrees, +/- 1 degree (make sure you lube the cam that the points ride on) Timing - set at recommended factory setting for that engine with the vacuum line(s) off and plugged at the distributer. The Timing should be set with engine at about 650 rpm, curb idle, idle solenoid unplugged. Carb adjustment - Reconnect vacummn line(s) to distributer, leave curb idle at 650 rpm, idle solenoid still unplugged. I
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