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I made a new video of the GT140T, I tell you a little about the car as I go. There is a Video Tour 1 and 2. Here is the first one. It is 10:28 long.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJZOe_IqCUI

The second one is something I forgot.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUot0MbLRvs

Today I finished the trunk fuel tank cover and installed it.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh296/angliagasser/DSCN16431544.jpg
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh296/angliagasser/DSCN16441545.jpg

I can say that all I have left to do is, One: when the 110 amp alternator gets here Friday is to install it.
Two: I put a 190 walbro pump in the tank, "My mistake" I am going to change it to a walbro 255 pump just to be safe.
Three: Put bigger injectors in the car and get rid of the 39.5 lbs ones. I got a set of 80 lbs for a good price. Lets see what they will do?
Four: Take it back to Horsepower Connection and put it back on the dyno to see if we can not get the 300+ hp I am looking for. Lets bump up the high boost to 25 lbs where I want it to be. Might bump up the low boost to to 15 lbs. But I might not either?
This week end is the 29th Annual Mustang Roundup in Bellevue, Washington. I am only going to the Sunday part of the show. I hope to see some of you guys there. Come by and say HI!
 

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That is definitely cool. Look forward to seeing the 300HP pull, and a nice road test video.
The car has really come out awesome.
Great job!
 

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We figured out that it has 300 hp at the crank right now. But that is not good enough. We need 300+ hp at the rear wheels. I think it will be no problem though. The injector that are in it are to small. I have some bigger one now so before we put it on the dyno again I will change them. The ones I have now will support over 500 hp. The one's I have in it now are maxed out. The motor will handle up to 500 hp with no problem.
 

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Very nice build, very cool to see something like this done in a classic!
 

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Great job and a very original type restomod
 
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