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About 1hotboss

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    Mustangs are cool

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    1970 Boss 302

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    Canada
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    Northeast
  1. Reduced: Carburetor 4000$ ( D1ZF ZA 0L27) Distributor 1200$ (D1ZF 12127 0M1) Rev Limiter 900$ (D0ZF 12450-B) Oil Dipstick $600 (D1ZX 6750-BA) OBO + plus shipping Contact for pictures
  2. Carburetor 4000$ ( D1ZF ZA 0L27) Distributor 1400$ (D1ZF 12127 0M1) Rev Limiter 1100$ (D0ZF 12450-B) Oil Dipstick $750 (D1ZX 6750-BA) OBO + plus shipping Contact for pictures
  3. Need to install new antenna to the 71 any tips thanks
  4. Hi, was wanting to go to an all inclusive resort this winter and would like some recommendations of which resorts and locations would be good to visit Thanks
  5. Ok.. here is the story....I was living and engaged to my past girlfriend for 7.5 years. We never set a wedding date, we had our ups and downs. Well I caught her cheating on my in Dec2016, she said she was having the affair for 8 months and we split shortly after. My previous relationship to her was a 6.5 year relationship and she also cheated on me. I recently met someone about 4 weeks ago, she has a promiscuous past, but that never bothered me because I felt connected to her when we were together. The problem now is that I have caught her lying to me about her past and guys she was
  6. Hi, I recently had some electrical gremlins with my 71 Mustang, it looks like it is all better BUT now my electric choke is working correctly. When I look at how it is wired and compare it to various google searches I have done it looks like it has been wired incorrectly. Currently the hot wire is attached to the I terminal of the solenoid. Which in my understanding leads to the coil, which the automatic choke should not be attached to. I read that I can attach the hot wire to the Stat terminal of the alternator. I know it needs a 12V ignition on source. Any help would be appreciated.
  7. Thanks for your input, to be honest since the distributor change the car is so much responsive and more what I always expected a basically stock Boss 351 to run...I have a 69 CJ car, and a Boss 302 both stroked out and modified with headers, exhaust and increase cam..so can't compare with my other cars, as well as my 68 CJ car, it is mostly stock but after the changes made to the Boss 351 with the distributor I think it runs pretty close to my stock 68 CJ but still give the edge to the CJ not sure if its is the torque factor on the CJ or the seat of the pants feel the CJ is still a stronger ru
  8. I have had my Boss 351 since 2012 and at the time of purchase it was completely stock, using the Autolite carb, stock water pump, stock distributor stock fuel pump....over the years I have had to removes the autolite carb as the car ran like crap with it...the carb probably need a rebuild but i was to afraid to ship off an expense piece to anyone to do so, so I added a Holley making the necessary changes to the intake, once the holley was on, for some reason the fuel pump could not deliver enough fuel to satisfy its thirst so i removed the fuel pump and added a McRobbie one, and just recently
  9. What size primaries should I use on 1.71" exhaust valves....1 3/4 or 2 Thanks
  10. petronix instead of points and stock coil....nothing else
  11. Ok...I got the conversion all setup with the new tach...but no improvement at all...the tach continues to be bouncy what is going on? any suggestions...
  12. I was under the impression that all 71 Mustangs with 4 barrel carb came with the staggered shocks...if so how come it is so hard to find an exhaust system in 2.5 inches to accommodate staggered shocks...
  13. Ok how do you get the green wire to the negative side of the coil? Best way?
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