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Midwest USA / NWSC 2017 Event Registration Opens Sunday, 1/1/17
« Last post by 192cobra on January 08, 2017, 03:45:48 PM »
2017 Northwoods Shelby Club Events (Road America/Autobahn/Blackhawk/Gingerman)

Join the Northwoods Shelby Club at the following HPDE events:

-May 6-7 Autobahn Country Club: Saturday $225, running North Track 12:00pm-4:30pm and full track from 5:00pm until dusk. Sunday $185, running South Track. $350/both days

-July 6-9 Road America: Thursday 7/6 is a true open track day run as much as you want, $425, stipulations apply. Friday, Saturday, Sunday: $265/single day, $485/two days, $685/three days.

-August 26-27 Blackhawk Farms: $185/single day, $325/both days.

-September 30 & October 1 Gingerman Raceway: $175/single day, $300 both days.

-All makes welcome. For additional information please see: http://www.nwshelbyclub.com/

-Registration Link: http://northwoodsshelbyclub.motorsportreg.com/
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. Ok I have a 1967 mustang coupe with a 289 small block, and I installed performance aftermarket cam, complete heads, intake, and carb. Now I was curious about giving it some more power like boost, but I know nothing about superchargers and turbochargers or if I should just avoid them all together. If there are other way that will be better for the car to add power I am all ears. Thanks in advance
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Your Mustangs / Street/drag hot rod 85 5.0 ho
« Last post by Dou6leduce on December 22, 2016, 11:54:16 PM »
Just asking cause I'm not sure but how should I build my 302 that 0.60 or NE ideas greatly appreciated
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Classic Mustang Technical forum / Locking hood pins?
« Last post by apensity on December 18, 2016, 03:26:27 PM »
I was dead set on getting a Chambers (Z-Lok) hood lock. But... it ends up that the hood is fiberglass and doesn't have a stock locking mechanism mounted to it, just hood pins. So I guess my question it, have any of you used locking hood pins? If so, what brand did you like the best? I don't see a way to use the Z-Lok anymore (too bad, as I love the inside switch to cut the ignition as well, though I can wire one up myself, it was just "cool" it already had it integrated).
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Mustang Discussions / Car Cover
« Last post by PhilKing on December 13, 2016, 01:14:57 PM »
Hello...I'm new but don't have my car back from Paint to show a picture..But I would like some feedback re a goo reasonably priced car cover...stored indoors..Saw one on c j Pony that they featured but ///not sure...I really don't like that old gray color which narrows things down ..Thanks in advance  :
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Mustang Discussions / 65-66 tail light lens and bezels for sale
« Last post by Khrusher on November 21, 2016, 12:05:06 PM »
I have new in-bag bezels, lenses and gaskets from MustangsUnlimited.

Let me know if you are interested.

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Your Mustangs / '66 289 in Massachusetts
« Last post by Khrusher on November 21, 2016, 11:59:44 AM »
This is the older brother to my 2010 convertible .
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Mustang Discussions / Determine Build Date of my 65 Mustang 5F08A67321
« Last post by cwidrig on October 08, 2016, 12:48:09 AM »
I HAVE A 1965 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE, CAN SOMEONE ASSIST IN DETERMINING BUILD DATE. VIN# 5F08A673218.

Thanks, Clyde
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Classic Mustang Technical forum / My timing keeps chaning on its own
« Last post by Kathy H on October 03, 2016, 12:55:54 AM »
My 17 year old daughter has a 1971 Mustang with a 351 Cleveland (M).  The engine is stock, we recently did a head gasket, a new intake manifold with Edellbrock,  a new Edellbrock 4 barrel performer carb. The Carb and timing were all set correctly and running beautifully.  Within 2 weeks the timing adjusted itself back out of time. Running really rich, as time has gone by, we re-set the timing and ran wonderful for 2 days and went back to running bad. Its behavior is described as "when on a roller coaster going up hill, click click click, with no acceleration, top speed 20mph).  Yesterday it over heated but this is likely not related.  What should we be looking at?
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Classic Mustang Technical forum / Re: Stock 68 convertible
« Last post by Topless_Horse on September 11, 2016, 07:26:37 AM »
You may be able to get your 289 rebuilt.  It really depends on how many times it's been rebuilt before.  Generally you don't want to go past .030 overbore.

Any 302 or 351 will be a direct bolt in.  The 351 will require swap headers and possibly some other minor tweaking to fit but will go right in and use the 289 mounts.  Later 302's had a different balance so you will need to change the flexplate if you use one.

As far as fuel injection, it's up to you.  They can be hard to get working but tend to yield good mileage and performance when set up correctly.  The mass airflow method is the most flexible as far as engine mods but the throttle body is the simplest and also works well.
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