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  1. Thread: Steering

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    Contact Greg, at West Haven Speed Shop ...

    Contact Greg, at West Haven Speed Shop Knoxville, Tenn. 865-546-3813. He can sell you one or tell you exactly what you need.
  2. Thread: tfi wiring

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    Red= Hot Green= Tach Black= Ground

    Red= Hot
    Green= Tach
    Black= Ground
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    Front sump--- Pinto or Mustang II

    Front sump--- Pinto or Mustang II
  4. Thread: Intake Gasket

    by TM 44
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    MS91806 $10.99 Advance Auto price Good picture...

    MS91806 $10.99 Advance Auto price Good picture of it too.
  5. Thread: Intake Gasket

    by TM 44
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    2.3 intake gasket: Fel-Pro part number MS91806...

    2.3 intake gasket: Fel-Pro part number MS91806 This gasket is for a D-port head and has the water passage blocked off. Lay an oval port gasket on it, mark the holes and use a drimmel tool to enlarge...
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    If I am not mistaken, all of the small journal...

    If I am not mistaken, all of the small journal blocks have the bolt holes for the mechanical fuel pump already threaded and in the proper place. If you have the block tore down, just take a fuel pump...
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    RAD-AA - The list that I have says that this is...

    RAD-AA - The list that I have says that this is a 2.57 in 2nd gear
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    is the spring still on the seal, or is it coming...

    is the spring still on the seal, or is it coming off when you knock the seal in. pack the groove on the seal with wheel bearing grease before you knock the seal in, the grease keeps the spring from...
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    Higher up will fix the problem and is the...

    Higher up will fix the problem and is the easiest. Just go straight up about 18-24 inches and zip it to a bar.
  10. Thread: Brake Fluid

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    We use Advance Auto brand, been using it for a...

    We use Advance Auto brand, been using it for a long time, never had any issues with it.
  11. Thread: Pinto Tie Rod

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    I am pretty sure that they are the same. We have...

    I am pretty sure that they are the same. We have swapped these things around from rack to rack for a lot of years. The ones for the strut cars will work also. Some are a little longer, but it will...
  12. Thread: Pinto Tie Rod

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    Advance Auto- Driveworks part number--DW-EV117 ...

    Advance Auto- Driveworks part number--DW-EV117 $18.99

    Moog Tie Rod end- Part number--EV117 $38.99
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    83 ET AGA This is a 2.14 transmission. There...

    83 ET AGA This is a 2.14 transmission. There used to be a list on the net that you could go to, but it was removed. I wrote down most of the numbers. Went to the shop today and got the list, it is...
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    You should be able to straighten the bent piece....

    You should be able to straighten the bent piece. I would try before taking it apart. Also, you do not need the plastic grommet or bushing. It will work just fine without one. The u part will sit down...
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    The stock TFI dist is hard to beat. No timing...

    The stock TFI dist is hard to beat. No timing jumping around or advance problems with it. Been running one for 4 or 5 years, 8000-8200 every week. Never a problem.
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    I believe some of the early model Pinto, 70-72...

    I believe some of the early model Pinto, 70-72 had a 7 1/2 - 23 spline clutch disc. Later years were 8 1/2 - 23 spline. Parts man may be able to get a 7 1/2 if that is what you need.
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    stock gear on the dist. and stock aux shaft

    stock gear on the dist. and stock aux shaft
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    55-60 cold idling, 80-90 at full throttle and...

    55-60 cold idling, 80-90 at full throttle and about 35 idling after racing.
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    high vol oil pumps can kill the gear and aux...

    high vol oil pumps can kill the gear and aux shaft. We use a stock oil pump and never tore one up yet. Stripped about 6 or 7 over a two year period with hi vol oil pump. Changed oil pump to stock 18...
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    Try and get the TFI dist. No box needed and...

    Try and get the TFI dist. No box needed and timing will stay the same thru out the rpm you turn. Resonable priced at Advance Auto or Auto Zone. It WILL solve your problem.
  21. Thread: Fuel consumption

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    5 hot laps, 6 lap heat(about 10 laps with pace...

    5 hot laps, 6 lap heat(about 10 laps with pace laps and caution), 20 lap feature - 3/8 mile track, 2.3 Hydrolic head, 8000 rpm, Holley 500, use at least 5-5.5 gallons a night, Shell 87 octane pump...
  22. Thread: Belt Tensioner ?

    by TM 44
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    Advance Auto = Dayco Timing component Part number...

    Advance Auto = Dayco Timing component Part number 84000. $27.99. Been using one of these for five years with ZERO problems.
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    agree, get rid of the electric fan. we use a...

    agree, get rid of the electric fan. we use a plastic fan from the local speed shop. NEVER have any heating issues....
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    stock from advanced auto or auto zone is all we...

    stock from advanced auto or auto zone is all we ever run. take an old one with you to make sure you get the correct spline size. $ 1.99 each. there are at least two sizes of splines. I got one for a...
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    The old seals should have a number on them that...

    The old seals should have a number on them that you can cross reference at the parts store.
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