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  1. Been a while since I last posted an update on the Grabber Lime Mach. Am working my way through the interior and now have the headliner and roof moldings in, the dash has been painted and installed, and just finished up putting the package tray and moldings back in. Will be working on the sail panels, interior quarter panels, installing the rear window and rear seats next.
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  2. I have a local guy that has 2 mustangs that might have that part. The trunks are pretty intact.. thing is I don't know what that part is lol. More pics perhaps?
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  3. Big Red mach thats a solid plan, best bang for your buck you can do. If you need a rev limiter or multiple spark at idle you can always upgrade to a cd box later.
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  4. Good choice, the red grommet is the best one, I didn't know they were available aftermarket.
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  5. I received the new and my original back yesterday. It looks more like the original one. They did keep it at 7/8 diameter. It pretty much just looks like they made the mounting area wider, so there should be no more issues with the mounts being jammed into the bends of the bar. Anyway, it looks like it will definitely fit better. Here’s a pic of the new one next to the original.
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  6. Msd boxes were the cats meow, but recently they are all made in china.
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  7. I've run MSD 6AL boxes for many years with good success. Be aware that any of the CD boxes that power the coil directly (MSD, Taylor etc) will require the use of an MSD 8920 Tach Adapter to maintain functionality of the factory tachometer. The Duraspark uses the factory circuit to power the coil, so there are no issues. If you decide to go Duraspark, I recommend the Duraspark 1 Red grommet unit which was used in 302 V8 application in CA 77-78. George Pence explains it well here, about halfway down : https://pantera.infopop.cc/topic/parts-needed-to-convert-duraspark I inst
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  8. I would say no , but i use this https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sdk-c4dz-12043-s, if i do use stock ones and there loose i just cut some smaller diameter vacuum hose and use that fill the gap in the coil mount.
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  9. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/msd-8869 https://www.summitracing.com/parts/tay-401001 https://www.summitracing.com/parts/tay-718222 Here is an option that i run on a few cars. Taylor has a better box and is US made, their coils work well too.
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  10. Interesting thing about the MSD box, they are based on DuraSpark, but you are correct, MSD made improvements and they provide better spark, especially at higher revolutions.
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  11. Well its been a long 7 weeks, but the Calypso Coral Stang is out of the paint shop! I have a very long list of things to do now on it. First up, a trip to the body shop to get all the panels aligned and work out the issues with the sports mirrors. Then I can get the decal man over to do the stripes. After that, im putting in a new windshield and rear window. Then were going to paint all the interior pieces. Then it should be ready to drive! It looks so good. Damn!
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  12. If you ever get the size figured out you might try welding suppliers, the check valves for gas welding come in a couple of sizes. In line check valves are available, you should be able to find plain adapters without check valves at hydraulic hose suppliers and Graingers and other fitting suppliers.
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  13. Used is probably your only option. You could check with the couple vendors we have here on the forum Don @OMS and Mike @Motorcity Mustang
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  14. Thanks guys for the compliments. All I did was cut the top part of the ends of the bumper at the V, heated and hammered it inwards to better get it to line up with the fender end caps then rewelded . As for stripping it I just used a grinder with a flap wheel and ground all the chrome off, then I used a DA sander with 80 grit, epoxy primed, then Slicksand, block sanded, sealed it then painted. Ryan
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  15. Everybody keeps putting China down. Look on your computer and phone and see who made them. The U.S. it to lazy to do the difficult jobs they just keep the easy stuff here. It amazed me when I ordered a new computer order on a Monday and delivered on Saturday made to order in China and shipped to the U.S. in one week. I am lucky to get an in stock mustang part in a week here. If the company buying from china has proper quality control in place there is not an issue. When you let them do what they want of course they are going the cheapest way just like here in U.S.. I am all for buy US
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  16. Just take your time. Hee Hee!
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  17. Well, that didn't go well..... Chris, Unfortunately the E.D. Module and Coil kit is no longer available and our website has not been updated. We can cancel this part off your order and continue with the Duraspark Distributor or we can cancel the entire order. Please advise on how you would like to proceed? Our apologies for the inconvenience. Thank you. Brian Performance Distributors (DUI) 2699 Barris Drive Memphis, TN 38132 901-396-5782
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