I bought one of these from Doug. He is super fast at communications, super fast shipping, and his workmanship is top notch. Now, I have to quit procrastinating and get the new neck installed on the car!
67 mustang that I bought 3 years ago and upon purchasing the car I filled the gas tank up at a gas station. Here the last several months when I go to fill it up it only takes a few gallons and then pukes out the gas. Had to push the car into the garage the other day due to a battery problem and while pushing the car from the back as we pushed it over a small bump I could hear gas sloshing around which to me indicates I am low on fuel. I have a 5 gallon gas can at the garage so I started putting gas into the car and after about a gallon it puked gas out. Btw the gas gauge does not work. What is causing this??
Sounds to me like it is already full ! You need to run it to empty AND/ OR drain all the fuel out and fix your sending unit !
Then you can follow the rest of this sidetracked post to get you a solution for the splash back.
Hi All, I know this post is a few months old and wanted to bring this back to the top. I never post on anything and I wanted to let everyone know what a great product this fuel filler neck is. Every time I filled up I would spill gas on my newish paint. Now I put the nozzle in, set to auto, sit back and click it's full and no spills!
I am restoring a 1966 coupe, and I really like the look of the low-profile GT350 hood scoop. But I only see them on fiberglass hoods. I see that the hood comes up with a steel frame, which is good. But is a fiberglass hood a good idea?
The ones I have found that look good are at CJ Pony...
Im looking at upgrading my 68 289 mustangs exhaust and was specifically looking at these 2 exhaust kits on cjponyparts
The short of it: it's galling and burning rocker arms at the pivot balls.
Complete rebuild by pro shop 650 miles ago
Converted to mild roller cam and roller tip rockers
Pretty much all new other than the cast iron bits and crank
Oil pressure steady/solid 60-65lbs
Plenty of oil...
I recently got my engine broken in, and have been working on getting it to idle-- however, I'm having trouble with this. I had the engine between 2,000 and 2,500 RPM for break-in, but when I fire it up and try to get it down to under 1,500 or so, the engine sputters out and dies...