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Joe Stang

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About Joe Stang

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    Mustangs are cool

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    1971 H code Grande with 4V 72 HO block
    Crower,Erson,Fluiddampner,Moroso,ARP,Speed Pro,Melling,Ford Motorsport
    1970 F code Sportsroof 351 2v

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    Utah
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    1. I'm back from retirement and sorta in retirement too.
    2. brand new 6k Build had one lobe on new cam go poo poo.
    3. Wife is now pissed motor 5 is now .40over JE Pistons .$5k in a blink .
    4. The world is ending but please send .40rod and main bearings so I can complete assembly of new engine . Yes I know what Joe Gibbs is NOW Zink your new engine break in pal.
    5. So yah I gotta reassemble 72ho :4bolt main service block .
    6.  
  1. I can hear my g60 Bias Ply tires hitting the seams in road and it went in my hands and early carpal tunnel.120+
  2. I digsick power and rod endstrut tower bits of kit.
  3. 71 early production 71 h code 351c Grande with ac fmx . Now 72 ho block 70 4v heads and zillon dollars of engine mods . Joe Stang
  4. Thanks Will E and Ray. Both cool links..... I saw the fe intake on a Fairlane M/T made Mopar style Fordish hemi heads for. They made like 3 pairs. The idea was dumped by M/T when the SHOC Fords came out just a short time later. So I have seen adapters to put 351c intakes on fe's . I had contemplated have an M/T fe intake machined down to fit ? Just a nutty idea for a rainy day. I like Willy, I can remember he is a tri-power 351c man? I saw a Speed master dual quad that was tempting too. Sure like to know if any one has tried it. two 450cfm Holley's or 2 500 cfm Edelbrocks would work.....
  5. Thanks Willy E and Ray. I saw the fe intake on a Fairlane M/T made Mopar style Fordish hemi heads for. They made like 3 pairs. The idea was dumped by M/T when the SHOC Fords came out just a short time later. So I have seen adapters to put 351c intakes on fe's . I had contemplated have an M/T fe intake machined down to fit ? Just a nutty idea for a rainy day. I like Willy, I can remember he is a tri-power 351c man? I saw a Speed master dual quad that was tempting too. Sure like to know if any one has tried it. two 450cfm Holley's or 2 500 cfm Edelbrocks would work..... Also considered g
  6. hey guys and gals , did m/t ever make a 351c Intake manifold ? I have seen Bud Moore Mini rams , Shelby dual planes too . If you have a early 70's M/T cataloge please check and let me know. I have only seen one for FE Fords so far . I have the valve covers already. Thanks ! Joe Stang.:chin:
  7. The Edelbrock and Carter cabs a just about bullet proof . There are some good posts here . Fuel pump seemed to ring a bell with me . Just for fun check out your fuel cap. if it is a replacement cap it needs to be vented. Good luck and don't give up. you will find a solution.
  8. Hey , how bout using the inside headlights on the cougar for thunder bolt style ram air to the intake ? it will look better than the stock air box for sure. Cool build . Keep me posted on tuning it . Joe Stang
  9. I remember our old DM at Super Shops , Dan B doing a killer stinky burn out in a rental car just like the donor. It was impressive.
  10. Awesome car and I am in love again.....Total home run being a stick car. I am happy for you and jealous too. Great buy. I do like the black too vs yellow .
  11. Also I found a cherry ram air hood I will be adding to the car too while the engine's out. I found it at the local pic-n-pull , rust free for $56.00. I have been looking for one like this since 1988 ! I couldn't see getting a re pop fo $400.00+.....The pic is "old hood".[/img]
  12. I can store it here for you for free. Be sure to leave the keys!!! kcmash It looks great and I love 351 2vs . I would guess 15k would be a fair value at least. It has very low mileage for sure.

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