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Classic Mustang Technical forum / '65 awd conversion
« Last post by thebowtieguy777 on July 19, 2015, 11:52:08 PM »
ive recently bought a 65 coupe, the current suspension is a solid piece of rust and it has no engine or transmission.
i would like to build this as a weekend driver/ autocross toy.
im looking at the feasibility of have it awd with independent front and rear suspension.
if you have any suggestions on how to accomplish this it would be appreciated, please no comments saying impossible/notworth it.
Your Mustangs / Re: Hi from Lviv
« Last post by Shustriy on July 13, 2015, 02:30:06 AM »

Your Mustangs / Hi from Lviv
« Last post by Shustriy on July 13, 2015, 02:23:25 AM »
Hello guys, I have bought my first Ford Mustang few days ago. I'm really happy to have this car. I hope that I can find new friend on this forum and train my English as well. These are some photos of my lovely Mustang:
Hello all,

So, I've been searching and searching for a way to definitively identify a 289 engine as either an A-code or a C-code. So far, I've come up short. Is there a way to do it without having to tear down the engine to see the piston tops? Would using a digital probe camera be possible?

FYI, there is no engine tag, and I don't want to trust in the VIN and data tag numbers. All I have is the cast number from the block (C6AE-6015-C) and the date code (either 6C12 or 6G12).

Any light shed or ID tips/tricks will be most appreciated...

4.6 Mustang technical forum / engine swap
« Last post by senile old man on July 09, 2015, 07:32:09 PM »
what has to be modified/changed to put a 2005 3v with the 5 speed auto into a 2001 that has a 2v 4 speed auto besides the accelerator and moving the air intake to drivers side
Mustang Discussions / mustang front brake pads
« Last post by jrdplowing on June 27, 2015, 08:33:46 PM »
i have a mustang that has been converted to a ministock dirt track car and cant find the right brake pads for it,the rear drum and shoes were no problem but every set of pads i try are either to big or wrong style,the rear are 9/ 1.3/4, and the front rotor is a 9.3" dia,any help would be appreciated
Classic Mustang Technical forum / Re: Engine misfiring -despite repairs!
« Last post by Topless_Horse on June 27, 2015, 05:45:33 AM »
Excellent!  I'm pleased to know that you solved it.  Thanks for the feedback too.
Classic Mustang Technical forum / 68 auto to manual with a BW t56?
« Last post by youdoiknow on June 26, 2015, 12:17:10 PM »
What would I need to do this?

Classic Mustang Technical forum / Re: Engine misfiring -despite repairs!
« Last post by Greg B on June 25, 2015, 01:29:46 PM »
Hey Topless,

Long time no talk.  I put a bunch of miles on the Pony and the stumble on acceleration only got worse.  I started to think it was carb but ran up white flag and took it to my guy.  He checked my valve lash adjustment and it was not far off, if at all.  He was a bit stumped too.  He got to thinking and recalled he had the same issue with his motorcycle and went the carb route.  Turned out it was ignition.  So, we decided to go the ignition route first.  Number 1, we took out the Pertronix coil and put the old one back in; things got better.  Then put a replacement OEM type distributor in for the Pertonix and that solved it.  Now she's purring and running like a charm.

BTW, that's the second Pertonix with which I've had a problem.  Put one in my 1971 MGB and right out of the box it was bad; started breaking dist. caps from the get-go.  Replaced it with another new Pertronix and it's been working fine.  That history, though, helped moved me toward the ignition diagnosis too.

So, Topless, that chapter is closed.  Thanks for your help, encouragement and support.
Awesome! Thank you. The Rock Auto discount code works great!
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