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    • Stanglover  I have a stock air cleaner assembly that I repainted and purchased stickers to apply. Unfortunately the edelbrock performer intake height causes hood clearance issues. This is without any spacer added.  
    • I love clay bats. It’s the only real car care product I ever use as I hate detailing cars. But clay bars make the job so much easier. Parked under a tree? Clay bar. Bird shit? Clay bar!  Plus they rock when it comes to windshields!!!  Great result on your car!! 
    • just did a little looking and doesnt the bumper cover those holes anyways? i could always get little plugs to go in there also right? or is it just about keeping things how they should be? or more importantly, keeping water out haha
    • yes this is def the post i was reading, lots of good info here. so glad. 
    • Hello. I have been having trouble with my 72 Mustang 302 with the engine running really rough and backfiring. I was driving along the road fine when it just started running real rough like some of the pistons were not firing. Initially, I thought it was a fuel delivery problem, so I replaced the filter and checked the lines for blockages. This did not solve the problem.  Next, I thought that it was an ignition problem. First, I replace the spark plugs because a few were cracked which didn’t help. Then I tried the distributor.  I have an HEI, and I bought a tune up kit complete with new coil, cap, rotor, control module, mechanical advance, and wiring harness as well as new spark plug wires. Installed all of these parts on, and the car still runs horrible. I am out of ideas as to what the problem might be, and I am open to ideas. 
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