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Old 01-28-2013, 01:39 AM   #1
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X pipe

Will a 94-98 cobra xpipe fit on my 1995 mustang gt
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Yep. It sure will according to AM
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Old 01-28-2013, 01:48 PM   #3
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Oh alright dats good....i have another questing my car wen i hit the throttle my car loses power in first gear around 4.5 rpm nd it losses powere everytime i switch gear
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What do you mean it loses power? Like deadspotting? That could be fuel pressure, fuel pump, injectors, ignition timing. Check ignition timing first and fuel pressure.
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Its hard to explaing but its something like dat...so i should check my timing
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Oh alright dats good....i have another questing my car wen i hit the throttle my car loses power in first gear around 4.5 rpm nd it losses powere everytime i switch gear
Check compression of all cylinders Also do you mean bogging? It could be from your fuel/air ratio
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:59 PM   #7
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Like i will hit the throttel on first gear hiting 4.5 rpm it will not pick up speed anymore and when i change to second it takes a while to pick up speed agien
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Like i will hit the throttel on first gear hiting 4.5 rpm it will not pick up speed anymore and when i change to second it takes a while to pick up speed agien
Timing is not the issue. Check air filter,fuel air ratio, compression, may even need to clean out intake manifold if its that bad.
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Timing being off could cause that problem. Like billymich said check your fuel pressure and if you dont know how old your fuel filter is go ahead and change it they are pretty cheap. If i had to bet on it id say its your cap and rotor. Check those along with your plugs and wires. Make sure your plugs are gapped correctly. You should also test your tfi module on the distributor as that will cause power loss too. There is an article in the useful info thread that tells you how to test that.
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:32 AM   #10
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I think i found my problem i think is my maf sensor cuz i diconected it nd i drove it around nd it was driving peerfect nd ill connect it bakk nd drive it around nd it will lose power
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Try cleaning it with some maf sensor cleaner. NOT throttle body cleaner.
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Try cleaning it with some maf sensor cleaner. NOT throttle body cleaner.
+5.0! You can find the cleaner at most parts stores.
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Old 01-30-2013, 11:14 PM   #13
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Im just going to buy a new one cuz the one i have is a cheep one from amazon...wats a goos maf nd how many milmeters should i get it
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Im just going to buy a new one cuz the one i have is a cheep one from amazon...wats a goos maf nd how many milmeters should i get it
A good general rule is 5mm bigger than your TB. Your stock MAF is already a 70mm. (Not sure of your TB size cause I'm a fox guy) I would venture to say that a cheapo MAF could be your problem though.
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Well dosnt the fox body 5.0 have the same engine as the sn95 5.0...so i should go wit like a 75mm
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Yes. It does have the same engine. But, the TB on a fox is 60mm and the MAF is 55mm. Restrictive as hell! The MAF on yours is 70mm. Like I say, not sure of the TB size.
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Yes. It does have the same engine. But, the TB on a fox is 60mm and the MAF is 55mm. Restrictive as hell! The MAF on yours is 70mm. Like I say, not sure of the TB size.
Also, pretty sure your bottom end dosent have forged pistons.
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Sorry but dis is a dumm question but wat is tb
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TB= Throttle body man.... Haha
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Yes. It does have the same engine. But, the TB on a fox is 60mm and the MAF is 55mm. Restrictive as hell! The MAF on yours is 70mm. Like I say, not sure of the TB size.
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Also, pretty sure your bottom end dosent have forged pistons.
Stock throttle body on a 94/95 should be 60mm if im not mistaken. And the 93-95 5.0s had hypereutectic pistons.
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:11 AM   #21
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Haha not good wit initiols as u can see...oh kk so wat size MM should i go on a maf any advise...i finally got the cobra x pipe ill post a pic of it
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:13 AM   #22
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Here is the xpipe u guys think it will fit my 95 mustang stock exhaust system

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Haha not good wit initiols as u can see...oh kk so wat size MM should i go on a maf any advise...i finally got the cobra x pipe ill post a pic of it
It's all good. You will be good with a GOOD stock MAF man. There are a few junkyard tips to step up your TB size tho...

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Here is the xpipe u guys think it will fit my 95 mustang stock exhaust system
It looks like that's for LT headers.
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:19 AM   #24
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Oh alright but i have tried to find the stock maf nd i could not fin d'it anywere...so u think it wont fit my car
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Oh alright but i have tried to find the stock maf nd i could not fin d'it anywere...so u think it wont fit my car
I think it won't fit you stock short manifolds or shorty headers. I have a stock MAF for your car. Just not sure which one I'm gonna use for my build yet. They're out there...
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I think it won't fit you stock short manifolds or shorty headers. I have a stock MAF for your car. Just not sure which one I'm gonna use for my build yet. They're out there...
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:34 AM   #27
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Well im going to try it nd if it dosnr fit oh well...its kk ill try my best to find one thank u though
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Well im going to try it nd if it dosnr fit oh well...its kk ill try my best to find one thank u though
Anytime bud. Try it! Hell, it won't be the first time I've been wrong!! As always, update so we know where you are.
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:50 AM   #29
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Haha i am nd if it dosnt fit i will cut off were the headers nd the x pipe connect nd weld it together wit my pipe nd just cut off my h pipe nd replace it wit the x pipe u think dat will work too
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Haha i am nd if it dosnt fit i will cut off were the headers nd the x pipe connect nd weld it together wit my pipe nd just cut off my h pipe nd replace it wit the x pipe u think dat will work too
Yes sir. I think that would work. If you're prepared to weld it up yourself. Otherwise, I think it would cost way more than what it would take. You would have to cut off your stock x and weld it up to the new x you bought.
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Well i now how to weld but dont have the machine but i have someone dat could do it for me
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I would say: if you can pull it off DIY, do it! Especially since you already have the part. You will open up new possibilities for leaks tho.
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Old 01-31-2013, 01:22 AM   #33
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Im going to see if i could do it or else im going to see if someone could do it gor me but dat is profesional at it
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