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Old 06-26-2013, 06:46 PM   #1
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Hey everybody need some help I have a pretty much stock 88 gt 5.0 I want to convert it to mass air has anybody done this before any advice would help
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Hey everybody need some help I have a pretty much stock 88 gt 5.0 I want to convert it to mass air has anybody done this before any advice would help
http://www.musclemustangfastfords.co...n/viewall.html this has all you need to know
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Ok thanks
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I did the conversion twice. And about to do one more. It's a bit time consuming as u need to make a wiring harness(use wire loom, looks original) you will need to deem the wires through the firewall using the stock harness location, remove your old ecu and then need to swap a few wires around in the master plug but be careful. I had a few wires "jump" out and if I didn't have the manual I woulda been fooked! I bought my ecu and mass air meter in a kit and the provided the pin connectors. You will need 3 or 4 factory pin connectors. If u can't get any use the ones for the thermactor pump and components. Takes a bit of reading.
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Ok thanks for the advice
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I have a full conversion kit, MAF, ECM and pigtail that I never used, from racingfiveology. Let me know if you're interested
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I have a full conversion kit, MAF, ECM and pigtail that I never used, from racingfiveology. Let me know if you're interested
How much?
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How much u asking man
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Idk it was like 300 from the site. I'd say 200 + shipping
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I got the full harness ecu and meter for 125 online so id shop aroun it pays off
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Old 07-01-2013, 04:28 PM   #11
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1986-88 FORD MUSTANG 5.0L MASS AIR CONVERSION KIT


I got the $350 one but I did not buy the filter, I have never installed or used any of the products, still have original shipping box. Either way just let me know.
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