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Old 09-30-2013, 02:06 PM   #1
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What about those headers

I m new on that site my name is Dany ! I bought a mustang 1992 5.0 with t5 i will post some pictures ! I just wanted to intriduce myself i am leaving in edmonton canada and the winter is comming so the mods is about to begins
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1: i will buy top end kit trick flow twisted wegde and fix it on this winter
So i am just wandering if my headers the one youll see in that picture will fit and r big enough they r about 1.5 inchs that my question for now thanks

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Old 09-30-2013, 02:23 PM   #2
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Those are stock headers and are very restrictive. Get some FRPP stainless ceramic shorties on there. Or go longtubes with a shorty mid pipe. I'd also do the bolt ons and all that junk before I did the TFS kit. You will need to upgrade the fuel system as well. 1, because the stock pump is barely enough for the stock engine and 2 because the 19lb injectors will be too small and are likely shot anyway from being so old.

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Old 09-30-2013, 02:44 PM   #3
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Tanks for ur reply its good to know that i ll need to change my fuel pump and injecters ! Its pretty funny that they sais top end kit but after i paid almost 3000$ for that then i need better pump better headers better injecter new tb and maf and probably a tune chip or something never stop men !!! I just hope that i ll get at least 300 rwhp with that setup !! My top end kit not arrived yet and already put the tranny down i had grinding 1to 2 and a bad vibration when accelarating i checked all joint drive shat (aluminun one ) weel weight everything was in place and well so jacked up the stang i when underneath and realized that the shaft going in the tranny had a play in it so took it down ! Will rebuilt it this winter but is that play is normal because i lost the odometer aswell so ! Anyway never stop but i LOVE that car good looking good shape dry body !
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Old 09-30-2013, 06:13 PM   #4
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Welcome and nice ride.the 89 to 92 ho are good motors and had forged pistons and are great to modify.im saving up for the tf kit myself.let me know how that works out.did you get stage 1 camshaft?also was wondering if stock pushrods would work.anyway welcome and keep me informed on the tf kit
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I have an 88 LX identical to yours. Lol. In the process of tearing it down gutting it for paint then a fresh transplant possibly twin turbo setup. Its my 5 year project. Also agree with Scotty. Having dropped a set of these junkers off one car a year for the last three years get rid of them. Looks like you have a BBK midpipe so stick with BBK headers for a good fit. Ceramic coated are awesome. I love my ceramic longtubes, they take awhile to warm up but once they are warm the car really moves.
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Old 10-01-2013, 09:50 AM   #6
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Do u think i will need shorty or long tube ? I heard that long tube headers r way better but the think is i will need new exaust to ? Witch is wasting money ! I dont know will see and there no rush either i be got all winter for now i am focusing about the tranny and my first time so im a bit confused !
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You'll need new midpipe.
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