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Old 09-20-2014, 12:37 PM   #1
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Water Pump Bolt Sizes ?

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I'm almost done with my engine build & today I went to install the water pump only to find that none of the bolts that came in my engine bolt kit fit the water pump. Anyone happen to know what the Bolt Lengths & mm or SAE sizes are for the Water Pump on a 94 Mustang GT / 5.0 ? Or do you know someplace I can look up this info ? This Motor was built from a Bare Block so I don't have any of the original bolts to go by.
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OK...I found out the Thread is 5/16" - 18 for all 9 Bolts so I guess I'll just stick something in each hole & measure it that way. Sounds like it will work to me.
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Just saying be careful man because I didn't have the correct bolts either I mixed them up and when I went to start it I have a bad water leak that caused me to make a special bolt with washers and spacers to make it not leak

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I think if I stick those little coffee stirring straws in the holes with the water pump on I should be able to mark them & measure how long the bolts should be. I'll just get bolts slightly shorter then the measurements. I'll be careful as I can anyways.
On another note Kyle....I see Alvira responded to your GT40P question. Like I said...I used Stock 5.0 Gaskets on my heads. The motor is still on a stand so haven't done the exhaust yet. But I do have the Gaskets so I'll take a look & see how well they line up today when I go to my storage rental to measure the bolts I need & get back to you on it.
Where are you from ? You're kind of kool...a Mustang Freak Like me...lol. I like how you're always doing something to your cars.
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Hay thank you lol and thanks for doing that. Im from houston texas im 17 and ohh ya im definitely a mustang freak u should see me when I see a nice mustang on the streets man I just wanna go take it haha it would be nice to drive a new 5.0

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EDIT: My bad didn't catch the part it was a 94
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Old 09-21-2014, 10:52 AM   #7
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Thanks for the info. I think they must have changed things on the 94-95 motors.
I used a Depth Gauge this morning & my Longest Bolt Length is 4". I came up with (2)-4", (4)-3", (1)-2" & (2)-1" The Bolt Lengths in your diagram is what they sent me in my engine bolt kit & all the bolts are too long. I found the set of bolts on Ebay that are the ones I need for $20 so I guess I'll order them.
Good to see you online again. Hope all's going well.
So....do you know anything about installing a GT40 / Explorer Intake on a 94 GT ?
I just put the Upper Intake on my New Motor to see how it looked & check things out.
Looks Great !!! But... When I put the Throttle Body Adapter against the Upper Intake it don't work. None of the Cables would line up in that position, the CAI would hit the oil fill spout, & it couldn't be bolted in anyways as it hits the top of the Valve Covers before the holes line up.
Now...If there was some kind of 3" Spacer between the Upper Intake Manifold & the Throttle Body Adapter everything would line up perfectly. So, I guess my question is do you know of a spacer made for this ?
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