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 on: April 28, 2018, 05:23:53 pm 
Started by 82-GT - Last post by 82-GT
I can't believe how small the stock fuel line is on my 82 GT. It doesn't look like it would feed a stock 4 let alone a v8. If I had realized just how small it was I would have replaced it years ago. Did all year fox bodies come with that small a line? Fuel injected cars must have been bigger.

 on: April 28, 2018, 01:16:32 pm 
Started by fox bodies rule - Last post by fox bodies rule
Search hasn't been my friend on this one so here goes. I want to put a 90mm Lightning maf in a Fox but I don't have any of the parts bought yet so I have no dimensions to work with. I would like to retain as much of the stock intake tract as possible. What do I need to go from the throttle body pipe to the MAF, can I hook into the stock air box on the intake side, if not what is required. I know I need the pigtail and the tune, got that covered, this is strictly the hardware to physically install the beast.

 on: April 28, 2018, 10:30:35 am 
Started by David Claflin - Last post by David Claflin
I'd always heard the Vic 5.0 EFI had the best lower of any of the long runner EFI offerings, but the upper sucked. Similarly I'd heard the RPM II upper was decent, but the lower wasn't so great. I was thinking how feasible it would be to mate the VIC lower with the RPMII upper. I'm sure the upper would have to be ported to match, and there would have to be fittings welded on to allow securing the two halves together. I know the Holley SMII is the preferred one, and easier, but thinking these two together might be solid also. Thoughts?
VIC EFI gasket

RPM II gasket

 on: April 28, 2018, 10:25:32 am 
Started by David Claflin - Last post by David Claflin
Its the intake from the comp xe-270, and an exhaust lobe that has more duration than what the XE-270 comes with, but lift is the same. I was skeptical of getting more aggressive with the lift seeings as I had these cobra rockers laying here and wanted to use them. A crane engineer said they were never meant for anything over .500 lift, and these are .544.

 on: April 27, 2018, 12:20:34 pm 
Started by 93reefblueGT - Last post by 93reefblueGT
$650 for the pistons separate

 on: April 27, 2018, 11:30:50 am 
Started by gator - Last post by scienceguy
Probably better fit with the 351, big heads little cam.

Agreed.  Would be usable with 351ci and the big heads, but far from ideal.  Would not even think of that cam in a 408.

 on: April 27, 2018, 11:05:02 am 
Started by gator - Last post by 85_GT
Probably better fit with the 351, big heads little cam.

 on: April 27, 2018, 06:14:49 am 
Started by gator - Last post by gator
Thanks everyone, i still dont know what ill do.
Yes im on a true street tire, running a 315/35-17
Yes its a stock t-5 for now, and i have a spare.
When the day comes that i break both of those i may do an astro A5 kit or 4r70w swap.

I want to ask. If i do 351 and 205 heads or 408 and 170 heads
How do you think my current cam would do? Yes the cheap ass in me wants to know 😀  this is the custom cam in my 302 now
Intake:265(adv) /216(.050) /136(.200) /.316" lobe(.506" w/1.6)
Exh: 273(adv) /224(.050) /141(.200) /.316" lobe(.506" w/1.6)
On a 114 Lobe Separation Angle,
Installed at 110 Intake CL

 on: April 23, 2018, 06:06:31 am 
Started by Frosty32 - Last post by juiced coupe
What are the procomp 3037 heads like?

Casting/machining quality is shit and the valvetrain equipment used is typically junk.

 on: April 23, 2018, 12:44:05 am 
Started by Frosty32 - Last post by Frosty32
What are the procomp 3037 heads like? There is a set near me. Also if sold the windsor jr heads how much should i sell them for? It would be heads camshaft lifters and rockers.

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