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5 Speed Guys HELP
#11
Quote:ditto
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94 S10 LS1/T56 233/237, Fast 102, SW 1 7/8 long tubes 3/3 drop
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92 LSC Blk on Blk: Sold
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#12
What year Crown Vic do i need it out of ???
As for the N.S. yes that will be getting hooked up and I'm going to start looking at the Parking Brake set up and make shore it is working right too
Any ideas on a good street/strip cluch set up ??
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#13
I was going to hook up a CANP solenoid to the e-brake vacuum lines and put a push button somewhere to release the e-brake.
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#14
Quote:I was going to hook up a CANP solenoid to the e-brake vacuum lines and put a push button somewhere to release the e-brake.

that would be cool. that could have saved me some busted knuckles. i have learned to use the toe of my shoe to pop the parking brake free.

if you have a spare CANP solenoid laying around im looking for one.
1979 Mustang future SCCA and autocrosser

1986 SVO sold

1994 TBird freebie, daily driver. ice cold A/C

1987 S-10 $800 buy, 49k miles, everyone needs a truck

2008 Edge Wife's Ride

1991 Black Mark VII SE money pit

-Vortech V-1 8lb,70mm TB,73mm MAF,39lb Injectors,Cobra intake,GT40P's w/ comp cam springs,Trick Flow Stage 1 cam,cobra 1.7 Roller Rockers,Mac shorties,O/R H-Pipe,50 Series Flows,Pullies,Electric Fan,MSD BTM,K&N,Anderson PMS tuner,sn95 conversion,13" cobra brakes w. slotted rotors,TC Front Sway bar,KYB/Koni Shocks & Struts,poly bushings,TKO600,Centerforce,3.73's. hopefully ~400rwhp



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#15
[quote name='Phantom']What year Crown Vic do i need it out of ???
I'm not sure about the years,Mine came out of a 99. All taxi cab and police cruisers have the aluminum shaft.
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#16
[quote name='Phantom']What year Crown Vic do i need it out of ???
I'm not sure about the years,Mine came out of a 99. All taxi cab and police cruisers have the aluminum shaft. As for a good clutch, King Cobra, Spec too. Anything but, RAM.
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#17
yeah that era vic, anything with the aluminum one thats at least 58.5 inches from flange to seal will work

as far as clutch set up

Mcleod, hands down. I will never run any other clutch in something unless its a beater pos and doesnt deserve or need one.

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97 LSC - blk/blk, Sniper Tuned, 13"cobra brakes, 05+ staggered saleen wheels, hubswapped, kybs, ss shock mounts, ss brake lines, JMOD, 4.10s, eaton truetrac, 8000k hid's, spider valve v3, x pipe, 3rd cat deleted, lms muffs, air silencer delete, k&n, 160* Tstat & MUCH More.
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#18
Quote:Any ideas on a good street/strip cluch set up ??

I ran a King Cobra with a tad under 400 at the wheels with no issues.
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#19
Quote:there was a big write up on A9P usage on corral. i will try to dig it up. i think you will be ok, but i would get the A9L when you can. i know the timing curve is differant and there are some other little things that i cant remember right off hand.

im not sure i know what you mean about the CV joint though. I was told and read that the driveshaft needs to be lengthened 5/8". but i have been running my stock AOD shaft with no modification except i pluged the hole in the yoke so that tranny fluid wouldnt drip out.

The only thing i have to complain about after my swap is that my clutch pedal feels too close to my feet compared to the rest of my pedals. i feel like my right leg is fully extended to reach the throttle and my left leg is bent and my knee is almost touching the bottom of the steering column. but i have to sit that close to get the clutch pedal to go all the way to the floor. i need to figure out how to get more throw in the clutch pedal so i can scoot my seat back about 3 inches.

Look for an adjustable clutch quadrant in the mustang dealers like these.

http://www.americanmuscle.com/clutchitems.html

http://www.jegs.com/p/JEGS/755245/10002/-1

Tech/ install articles
http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forums/sv...drant.html

http://www.corral.net/tech/drivetrain/clutcha.htm
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#20
i have an adjustable cable and a steeda quadrant. my problem is with the amount of throw needed in the pedal. it needs to go all the way to the floor for smooth shifting. but if i adjust my cable tighter than it already is, the clutch feels like it begins to slip when im hot rodding.
1979 Mustang future SCCA and autocrosser

1986 SVO sold

1994 TBird freebie, daily driver. ice cold A/C

1987 S-10 $800 buy, 49k miles, everyone needs a truck

2008 Edge Wife's Ride

1991 Black Mark VII SE money pit

-Vortech V-1 8lb,70mm TB,73mm MAF,39lb Injectors,Cobra intake,GT40P's w/ comp cam springs,Trick Flow Stage 1 cam,cobra 1.7 Roller Rockers,Mac shorties,O/R H-Pipe,50 Series Flows,Pullies,Electric Fan,MSD BTM,K&N,Anderson PMS tuner,sn95 conversion,13" cobra brakes w. slotted rotors,TC Front Sway bar,KYB/Koni Shocks & Struts,poly bushings,TKO600,Centerforce,3.73's. hopefully ~400rwhp



best to date: [email protected] on 15 year old radials. Hoping for 12's on better tires...



TKO is in, waiting on sticky tires! That should break some shit!
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