Hard to say on the miles since my odometer doesn’t work but probably only a couple thousand at the most. Weekend cruising mostly.Doesn't help much IMO. Hard to tell anything about a photo, especially one 18 months ago. The measurements from a mic would help...
How many miles since that picture? (Not that it really matters.)
Roger that. I recall you said it doesn't smoke. You may get away with a "refresh". It's getting late, I'll have to look back on the intentions. I love a 289 screaming at 7k rpm, probably not what you're looking for but if you want to keep it, you can certainly make it work (provided the walls are thick enough to handle the over bore).Hard to say on the miles since my odometer doesn’t work but probably only a couple thousand at the most. Weekend cruising mostly.
Nice! What headers did you use? I’ve thought about getting a P motor header issues kinda scare me away. I’m using a z bar clutch tooI slammed in a junkyard GT40P. Paid $450 for it. Sold off the EFI parts for $175. Then bought a used Wieand Stealth intake, USA made too for $80, used 91 Mustang 5.0 cam $60, used Edelbrock 600 $125. I did pony up for a good set of .540" valve springs, shims and seal, about $200. This cheap pile of parts runs very, very well! View attachment 741094
Any idea if they’d clear a Borgeson steering box? Might be an option for me.Off the shelf MAC longtubes. I did a write up a couple years ago on my swap. Unfortunately this recent VFM format "upgrade" lost a lot of pictures and no edit button
I'm using a Z bar adapter bracket
MAC headers claim to fit with stock power steering and Z bar. While I dont have a Z bar, I do have Borgeson power steering and they clear the box just fine. They have good ground clearance too. As a matter of fact, they make an entire 2 1/2" exhaust that fits fantastic in my opinion.
Thanks! I missed that.See post #29 above... The Motorsport M-6250-A312 is a great all-around street cam. It idles well with mild lope (ever so slight IMO). Great around town driveability and really comes alive when putting your foot into it or on the highway.