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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE DirkaDirka's Avatar
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    Its official........

    Ok guys I have been kinda looking round for a car to go down the strip with. Now I am getting one. It is a 1993 Mustang GT. I will be dropping in a BBF 460. I got some of the parts already saved so I can get them when I have the money. I am kinda confused and lost on what parts to go with for................

    What valves to put in it....it will have a solid rooler cam in it.
    what oilpan
    I was thinking putting on a Hogans intake but not sure.
    What brand radiator to go with also.

    I have been talking to a couple of the guys on here already bout it and so I am just trying to get soem more input on everything.

    Thanks guys for the help.
    Its all fun and games till someone loses a nut!

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    I forgot to add...

    What brand of headers will good to put on it also?
    Its all fun and games till someone loses a nut!

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    Valves: Ferrea

    Intake: Jon Kaase - http://www.jonkaaseracingengines.com...s/intakes.html

    Oil Pan: Whatever will fit that has a pass side kickout and full length windage tray.

    Headers: ???

    Radiator: ??? I run a Griffin, but I hear the radiator I bought in 92 is no longer the same quality unit they now make. Supposedly they are now quite a bit 'cheaper' in construction.
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    are you installing a new K-member when you put the 460 in? I have Kooks headers on my 91 with a crate 46o, expensive but they fit great. If you get a new K-member its a lot easier to find a pan. I have a Be Cool radiator with a pusher and a puller fan setup. heat is your biggest enemy on the Fox bodies with big blocks...
    Chris

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    I know I will prolly have to do some adjusting to the crossmember and all that due ot the ract it had a 351 in it. I cant tell you for sure if I will be putting in a new one without looking at it and just setting the motor in it to see everything that will need to be done to it.
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    Here are a few pics of the car..........





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    I cant tell from the pics but does it still have the stock crossmember? My setup is a QA1, one tube under the motor and lots of room.
    Chris

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    Here is what the ad says that the body has.......

    The Body
    First, this car is a 1993 mustang GT.
    The car has all brand new glass all the way around it.
    mercadize green paint.
    it has a tubular K member, tubular A arms.
    Weld drag light front skinny 4.5" with new tires.
    Custom dash with a complete set of AUTOMETER phantom gauges
    The car as a ford 9’’ rear end with a 4 link suspension
    Car has drag racing coilovers all the way around it
    Has a 12 gallons fuel cell with foam.
    The rear end has 4:22 scalloped gears with a 31 spline spool
    The rear axels are MOSER axels
    Have a complete drag racing seat with 5.0 harness
    The rear tires are weld drag lights with brand new slicks that have not even touched the pavement.
    Its all fun and games till someone loses a nut!

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    you are set since it already has the crossmember!
    Chris

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    Your new car is looking good. Keep us informed on the progress.
    Chris


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