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    I am by far not an expert on this; and I hope the...

    I am by far not an expert on this; and I hope the more knowledgeable members chime in with this. I would scan the ECM for codes to see what symptoms it's seeing. Then go from there.
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    That pony is definitely not purring. Very nice!

    That pony is definitely not purring. Very nice!
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    Let us know how that ported Explorer intake works...

    Let us know how that ported Explorer intake works out for you. A lot of noise over on Corral about Big Dog (flame wars anyways) and I'm curious to see how their stuff works. I like the idea of...
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    Poll: Those seats look great in your CV! :2up: Wish...

    Those seats look great in your CV! :2up:

    Wish I knew about these seats when I had my Malibu. IIRC, I replaced the bench seat with APC buckets thru JC Whitney; which were a more pronounced version...
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    Did a little e-fan fitting on Thursday afternoon....

    Did a little e-fan fitting on Thursday afternoon. I figured out the top and bottom mounts to suspend the e-fan; just need to work on the side brackets. I might use the same method as the top...
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    I don't know what difference (in height) AFR...

    I don't know what difference (in height) AFR heads and an Explorer intake (is that what you got on Sherrie?) makes on a 8.2 deck? The top of the lopo intake on my CV was below the master cylinder...
  7. Thread: Emission Tag

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    Emission Tag

    Is there any way to extract one of these and glue it to a radiator core cover? Mine got buried in the garage, but if it's in good shape, I might attempt to do this. Just curious
  8. Thread: My '05 MGM

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    Not much going on here. Over the weekend, whilst...

    Not much going on here. Over the weekend, whilst clearing out the basement, I found the heat shield I got from the junkyard some years back. Cleaned and painted it. I think when an engine isn't...
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    I didn't have an Explorer intake; but I know when...

    I didn't have an Explorer intake; but I know when I got Ford Racing EFI valve covers (circa 2009), the lopo intake wouldn't clear the oil-fill tube. I know they make 3/8", 1/2", and 1" spacers in...
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    I went out briefly today to lay out and measure...

    I went out briefly today to lay out and measure the electric fan I plan to install for this car. Long story short, I got this dual 13.5" fan for this project, but was dismayed to see that it didn't...
  11. I like what you did with the 2010 CV; those...

    I like what you did with the 2010 CV; those Mustang wheels look at home there. And your '88 CV looks like it's in good condition to start a project with.
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    Nice! I see you have some open slots; do you...

    Nice! I see you have some open slots; do you want my copy of "Suzy Bogguss greatest hits"? Fell out from behind the glove compartment of my '91 Ranger when I did the heater core. I don't have a...
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    I ended up doing no. 2 (from above post). I...

    I ended up doing no. 2 (from above post). I tried cutting the 1st supply line down; but it got to the point where the hose sleeves were touching; and it was still 1/16" too long with absolutely no...
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    I installed my return line between meetings. I...

    I installed my return line between meetings. I tried to install the supply line, but it's 3/4" too long; and too short and inflexible to bend it towards the steering box. I have 2 options; 1) cut...
  15. Very nice indeed! And I like how you got rid of...

    Very nice indeed! And I like how you got rid of all those distasteful add-ons.
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    That's the problem with this hobby. At least for...

    That's the problem with this hobby. At least for me; if I think I can do something myself; I will invest in the tools and the time to learn that task. Plumbing was one of the 1st things I tackled...
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    :drool::2up:

    :drool::2up:
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    I got a Mr Gasket T-stat housing from a defunct...

    I got a Mr Gasket T-stat housing from a defunct performance parts store for the 351W. A week after installing it; the chrome started peeling off; and I haven't even run the engine yet. :rolleyes:
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    Change of plans; none of the fittings I got, fit...

    Change of plans; none of the fittings I got, fit the steering box. I assumed they were npt fittings; when in fact, they're SAE. Fortunately, I had extra fittings that I got for the steering pump;...
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    Assembled the low pressure/return line for the...

    Assembled the low pressure/return line for the power steering pump. Figured that would be the hose I would use for my 1st high pressure hose assembly. Now that I know how these go together; I will...
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    Good thing I'm not too worried about aesthetics;...

    Good thing I'm not too worried about aesthetics; otherwise I'd be very annoyed.
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    I pounded it down flat the best I could with a...

    I pounded it down flat the best I could with a hammer and wide punch. I am using a 5/16" U-nut and stainless bolt to hold the upper bracket down on that side. The driver side upper bracket bolt...
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    Devil is definitely in the details. Very nice!

    Devil is definitely in the details. Very nice!
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    I put thick washers behind the power steering...

    I put thick washers behind the power steering bracket to make up the gap; never-siezed the threaded rod going into the cylinder head; and tightened it down with 7/16" cap nuts. Still waiting on the...
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    Sorry for the late reply; the LEDs had an...

    Sorry for the late reply; the LEDs had an ahdesive-backed mounting flange/pad. Just peel and stick to whatever surface. Just made that car look more like something it was not.
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