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Old 02-19-2014, 05:24 PM   #36
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Tell me about it! Between suspension setup and a mod motor, you could buy another mustang.

But I agree, you should go for it, I'll chip in a few bucks
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Haha im pretty happy with my handling and dont wanna cut shock towers i think im going fof a 351
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I found a 302 bare block for 75$ should i I get it?
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I found a 302 bare block for 75$ should i I get it?
Seems like a good price. Really check for cracks especially between cylinders, I've had one between 7 & 8. Make sure it's not been bored out before. You don't want to sleeve your cylinders.
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I'm sure it's a carb issue. It's similar to me when I would brake hard downhill...the car would start to fluster and just die out. Same thing for you prob. Their isn't anything else that would do that to your vehicle.
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