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Old 05-27-2012, 02:09 PM   #1
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Default Mustang Coupe LY6 swap BRP mounts

Hers some pcs of my Mustang Coupe swap with the brp mounts
Only have one issue not the mounts faults. But my tall valve covers hit the brake booster
Its a LY6 with a Comp cam 227,235 duration with .614,.625 lift
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Turbo 400/brake and Precision Industry 4800 convertor
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Looking to get into the 10'
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New style mount? Pretty sweet..
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What headers are you planning on running ?
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Brp 1 7/8 into 2 inch step
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Heres some from underneath
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Mine did the same. We just took the booster off.
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which valley cover is that to not have knock sensor holes?
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Its a 2008 LY6 engine. The knock sensors are on the side of the engine block
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ahhh Ill have to find me one thanks
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looks good!
im doing a very similar build and dont live to far from you
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Put the transmission and passenger header in.
1 7/8 to 2 inch step header
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Some more pics
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how small of a cowl hood do you think youll be able to pull off?
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2 inch cowl aluminum hood
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Heres a few more, you can kind of see road clearance. My car also has lowering springs
The camera is actually sitting on the ground.
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which intake did you use?
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which intake did you use?
Edelbrock 28457 Victor Junior
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anymore updates?
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That car should be well into the 10s no problem. Looks like fun.
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Been busy working and house renovations. But here are a few update pics. Not a lot done. Gonna get back on track.
Changed the springs. These are From Brian Tooley and are a great quality spring kit.
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