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Old 06-16-2012, 02:52 PM   #946
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Good luck at the show!
So you are creating another gearhead and Mustang addict eh?

I honestly don't remember the size rules anymore, but I have a small Halon extinguisher for my car. I like it because it does not leave any residue. However, they quit making it in 1994 and all you can get nowadays is recycled Halon, which makes it expensive.

P.S. You will get a high speed wobble from slicks that are ran at low pressures regardless of your front tire type. Just be aware of that and be careful. It's kind of like riding a horse (pun intended there ), don't fight it, just go with it to keep it under control.
Yeah I have heard that about the wobble. People say to just ride it out and you will be fine just don't try to compensate.

Here's the extinguishers. They are like aerosol cans.
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Good luck at the show, and with the purchase.
Thanx man. I don't expect to place high, but it should be fun.
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Got some.good.detailing done. I let my son in it.
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Got some.good.detailing done. I let my son in it.
lookin good dream !! thats one mean lookin fox!
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Old 06-16-2012, 07:01 PM   #950
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lookin good dream !! thats one mean lookin fox!
Thanx man.

Interior about done
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From the way it was when you got her. She looks beautiful, gj and gl!...oh and p.s when you get there let them all get a nice listen to those flow 10's that should wake em up hah =)
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From the way it was when you got her. She looks beautiful, gj and gl!
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Old 06-16-2012, 07:15 PM   #953
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incase anyone was wondering what the 500$ beat looked like almost 4 years ago
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Last but not least engine bay, which only got a quick dusting. Total about 2 1/2 hours of work. But I just did a full detail 2 weeks ago.

Oh yeah and the finishing touch.
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Got some.good.detailing done. I let my son in it.
Looks like he's thinking, "Can I take it for a drive now Dad?".

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incase anyone was wondering what the 500$ beat looked like almost 4 years ago
That was a lot of work ago.


You have it looking really good and should be very proud of your accomplishments.
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Looks like he's thinking, "Can I take it for a drive now Dad?".

That was a lot of work ago.

You have it looking really good and should be very proud of your accomplishments.
I always tell him he can take it to prom. Lol

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I forget what thread it was. But someone mentioned something about a problem if your vacuum gauge bounces. Mine bounce until I give it just a little gas. I assumed it was the 6-700 idle and cam. Is this ok. I have about 13 lbs of vacuum. I might play with it tonight to see if I can get some more vacuum out of it for chits.
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I can pick up those 4 weld draglites with center caps and lug nuts for 400$. Is it worth it to get the front skinny rims? The back are 15 x 8 and the front are 15 x 3.5. If it will help me out and drive better I will buy them. I didn't even ask the guy if he would seperate them. I should be able to pick them up in a few days.
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Should move along a little more easily, less resistance rolling down the road. Don't try to take corners extremely fast with the skinnies.

I have the Jegs big and littles, personally I would live to have a set of welds instead. Don't like the Jegs rims very well, the back ones are too wide.

For $400 bucks and are not drilled for slicks with tires that's not too bad at all.
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...I know, I know, the older I get the easier and more dangerous it is to get excited.
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Should move along a little more easily, less resistance rolling down the road. Don't try to take corners extremely fast with the skinnies.

I have the Jegs big and littles, personally I would live to have a set of welds instead. Don't like the Jegs rims very well, the back ones are too wide.

For $400 bucks and are not drilled for slicks with tires that's not too bad at all.
These are only for my slicks. They are identical to the rims I already have. I just want to be able to swap back and forth.
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These are only for my slicks. They are identical to the rims I already have. I just want to be able to swap back and forth.
Well if anything you'll have a spare set of rims if one or more get messed up or you get another stang
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Well if anything you'll have a spare set of rims if one or more get messed up or you get another stang
Yup. And spare lug nutz, and center caps to. But for now they are track only. I have a nice cordless impact. I figure when I get to the track I can just swap out and go.
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Yup. And spare lug nutz, and center caps to. But for now they are track only. I have a nice cordless impact. I figure when I get to the track I can just swap out and go.
I sometimes think about getting some slicks and put them on a set of 4 lug steelies for the track but then I think about me breaking the axles or u joints because I would want to launch it hard at least once or twice with slicks lol
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I sometimes think about getting some slicks and put them on a set of 4 lug steelies for the track but then I think about me breaking the axles or u joints because I would want to launch it hard at least once or twice with slicks lol
Yeah, there is no doubt in my mind that I'm gonna break something. That's why the ds loop is going on soon. I think I'm gonna take a few extra u joints to. I am also gonna get a few passes on street tires before I swap to slicks.
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I think the next set of rear tires on going to get are some drag radials. I don't drive my car a whole lot anyways do they should last me a while. Would like to get them before I head up to the track with the new 5 speed behind it buy I doubt that will happen do I just take it easy off the line then punch into it.

I want to go bad but the weather is starting to get hotter and me no likey hotter with no a/c on cloth seats lol.

May want to get a couple extra yokes just in case as well. Never know when one of those will break an ear off.
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yeah a yolk would be a good idea to.

if your radials are hooking you wont be ale to launch real softly. its either roll off lke a mormal stop sign or launch. if you drop the clutch, but softly it may bog your motor down. but im sure youll find what works best when you go. thats what im gonna do, is play it by ear.
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yeah a yolk would be a good idea to.

if your radials are hooking you wont be ale to launch real softly. its either roll off lke a mormal stop sign or launch. if you drop the clutch, but softly it may bog your motor down. but im sure youll find what works best when you go. thats what im gonna do, is play it by ear.
Yep, my radials turn over pretty easily. So I think if I launched hard off the line I would just sit there a spin. Might try a small drop in tire pressure, I think I have cooper cobra t/a's on the back. Wide as hell but spin easily.
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Oh sorry I was talking about drag radials. They should hook a lot better than the radials. They may bog on certain launches.
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I forget what thread it was. But someone mentioned something about a problem if your vacuum gauge bounces. Mine bounce until I give it just a little gas. I assumed it was the 6-700 idle and cam. Is this ok. I have about 13 lbs of vacuum. I might play with it tonight to see if I can get some more vacuum out of it for chits.
This will help explain vacuum testing and the results. Vacuum Testing

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I can pick up those 4 weld draglites with center caps and lug nuts for 400$. Is it worth it to get the front skinny rims? The back are 15 x 8 and the front are 15 x 3.5. If it will help me out and drive better I will buy them. I didn't even ask the guy if he would seperate them. I should be able to pick them up in a few days.

The skinnies help by reduce weight and rolling resistance.
I wouldn't drive on the street with them, but for the strip they are perfect.


P.S. That's a great buy too.
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Thanx for the info.
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I didn't get around to checking it yesterday. But I will today. It says something about, if it fluctuates check for leaky valves. My cam is known for its overlap in the intake and exhaust. So maybe this is part of the problem. It shakes pretty fast and fluctuates around 300 rpm. It also says lean mixture, which is possible at idle because it is low. I'm gonna play around with everything and see if I can't get it to steady out.

Just a thought. I only have so much money my wife will let me get away with dropping on the stang. Would I be better off getting some cheaper summit rims just for the back, and getting a wideband air fuel gauge? I just want to make sure I run good at the track. And this tuning maybe more important than some skinnys.

Don't get me wrong it feels like its running great. But I need to beat this gto. Tis my goal. Lol. Where is about 5-600$ best spent at? I am gonna get the wideband no matter what eventually. And the track is not gonna happen often. I think maybe I need to toss the skinny idea and just get it.
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I didn't get around to checking it yesterday. But I will today. It says something about, if it fluctuates check for leaky valves. My cam is known for its overlap in the intake and exhaust. So maybe this is part of the problem. It shakes pretty fast and fluctuates around 300 rpm. It also says lean mixture, which is possible at idle because it is low. I'm gonna play around with everything and see if I can't get it to steady out.

Just a thought. I only have so much money my wife will let me get away with dropping on the stang. Would I be better off getting some cheaper summit rims just for the back, and getting a wideband air fuel gauge? I just want to make sure I run good at the track. And this tuning maybe more important than some skinnys.

Don't get me wrong it feels like its running great. But I need to beat this gto. Tis my goal. Lol. Where is about 5-600$ best spent at? I am gonna get the wideband no matter what eventually. And the track is not gonna happen often. I think maybe I need to toss the skinny idea and just get it.
I would go for the wideband first to help insure it is running as good as possible.
Skinnies you can get later.
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I would go for the wideband first to help insure it is running as good as possible.
Skinnies you can get later.
Yeah, I think your right. The skinnys weren't really planned. But the good deal came up.

I may even pick up that carb spacer to if I can swing it.
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heres what im thinking. when i first got my slicks you mentioned 5-5.5" back spacing. was that on a 10" rim? because i found these cheap, track only rims that are 8" wide with 4" backspacing. that should be the same right?
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CL...25-4/?rtype=10

then i may pick up this. im gonna check for reviews first.
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/AVM-30-5130/?rtype=10

then the carb spacer. summit actually has it cheaper than the link you posted previously
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/QF...50-1/?rtype=10


i always notice when you post links to parts, its usually jegs. but if you cant tell im a summit guy.Lol
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heres what im thinking. when i first got my slicks you mentioned 5-5.5" back spacing. was that on a 10" rim? because i found these cheap, track only rims that are 8" wide with 4" backspacing. that should be the same right?
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CL...25-4/?rtype=10

then i may pick up this. im gonna check for reviews first.
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/AVM-30-5130/?rtype=10

then the carb spacer. summit actually has it cheaper than the link you posted previously
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/QF...50-1/?rtype=10

i always notice when you post links to parts, its usually jegs. but if you cant tell im a summit guy.Lol
Jegs just comes up before Summit in my searches. I have no preference either way and I've had decent luck with both over the years.


I'm thinking you need 5.5" backspace on the 8" wide rims and 6.5" backspacing for the 10" rims. I'm not sure you will find what you need in the Circle Track wheels. A better choice might be a set of 10 hole or Turbine stock wheels if you need an 8" rim.
Be sure to double check in case I'm wrong.


That looks like a good deal on the AEM Wideband. If it checks out good, I need to see if they have a dual sensing unit. Might save a few dollies there.


That is less expensive on the spacer, good find.
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well i didnt know if jegs was an old timer thing. lol no offense. it seems that most of my older friends prefer jegs. its just wierd in the last few years i have 25+ purchases from summit but only 2 from jegs. and everytime i price check both.

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stock wheels are only 7" wide right? 8" is minimun that i need. my tires are 10" maybe i will just call them. they can probably find whats best faster.

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whats a dual sensing? sense both sides of the exhaust compared to one side?

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thinking something more like these ?


http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SU...33PS/?rtype=10
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well i didnt know if jegs was an old timer thing. lol no offense. it seems that most of my older friends prefer jegs. its just wierd in the last few years i have 25+ purchases from summit but only 2 from jegs. and everytime i price check both.
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stock wheels are only 7" wide right? 8" is minimun that i need. my tires are 10" maybe i will just call them. they can probably find whats best faster.
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whats a dual sensing? sense both sides of the exhaust compared to one side?
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thinking something more like these ?
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SU...33PS/?rtype=10
Nah, we had Summit way back then too. It's what brought Jegs into line on pricing.

I thought the stock rims were 8", but I may be wrong.

Yes, dual sensing is two sensors, one for each side. With the pressure I will be putting on the stock block I'm really paranoid about tuning it right.

I think those rims have the correct backspacing for a Fox Body.
I know I have 5.5" backspacing on my 10" rims and they are fine on the backside, but they stick out to far on the outside. If they were 8" rims they would fit under my wheel wells perfectly.
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Nah, we had Summit way back then too. It's what brought Jegs into line on pricing.

I thought the stock rims were 8", but I may be wrong.

Yes, dual sensing is two sensors, one for each side. With the pressure I will be putting on the stock block I'm really paranoid about tuning it right.

I think those rims have the correct backspacing for a Fox Body.
I know I have 5.5" backspacing on my 10" rims and they are fine on the backside, but they stick out to far on the outside. If they were 8" rims they would fit under my wheel wells perfectly.
yeah me and deadspot went over this to. he also thought they were 8" but i have done numerous rim google searches and everything says 7".

will a 10" tire go on a 7" rim? i think its to small but i dont know.
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yeah me and deadspot went over this to. he also thought they were 8" but i have done numerous rim google searches and everything says 7".

will a 10" tire go on a 7" rim? i think its to small but i dont know.
No, I don't think that would be a good idea.
Seven inches is too much difference and it will pull the sidewalls up leaving you only a small contact patch in the center of the tire tread.

I did some searching to, because I was just sure in my mind they were 8", but I was wrong, they are 7".

I did find this: - Here -
Here is a basic guideline for backspacing for fox-body wheels:

7" width - 4.5" backspace

8" width - 5-5.5" backspace

9" width - 6" backspace

10-10.5" width - 6.5" backspace
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