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1988 Mustang LX coupe - April 19, 2017, 10:54 AM

88 Mustang
Engine: Installed 01/14 @ 61951 miles
Ford Motorsports 363ci crate motor.
Crane Roller Cam 232/244 @.050 lift
Valve 580/.602 lift duration 232/240
1.65 Crower alum rockers
Ford Racing Z Heads
Boss block
4 bolt main
Desmogged
Scat forged crank zero balance
Scat Forged steel connecting rods
Clevite main bearings
Mahle Forged pistons
Melling high volume oil pump
Canton 7 qrt oil pan
ARP head bolts
10.2:1 compression ratio
Installed @ 72003 miles
Vortech V3 Si super charger @ 12psi
No AC
No Heat
Cooling: 4/16 @ 72003 miles (radiator)
4 core champion aluminum radiator
SVE dual fan aluminum shroud with aluminum expansion tank.
Electronic fan control with 160F thermo and 185F fan switch.
Cervini 2.5 inch fiberglass cowl induction
160 degree thermostat
Charging:
Precision performance 130amp 3rd Gen alternator
4 gauge wiring upgrade
Red top battery
Transmission: 5/14 @ 62790
Magnum T56 6 speed 2.66 first gear
Custom aluminum driveshaft
Stiffler mount
Quicktime SFI approved bell housing
Spec clutch stage III
Tremec Short shifter
Intake:
Edlebrock Victor Jr. extrude honed
80mm BBK TB
Anderson Power pipe
90mm MAF
Cold Air intake plumbed through front fender
Vibrant Catch can with quick lock fittings
Fuel:
60lb Deatschworks injectors
Twin 340lph AEM fuel pumps
On3 fuel system
10AN supply
8AN return
On3 fuel filter
On3 tank hat
2003-04 Mustang Terminator Cobra tank
AEM billet FPR
Custom front fuel line mounted alum fuel rails.
Exhaust:
1 7/8ths kooks long tubes with 3 inch collectors (stainless)
BBK off road X pipe
American thunder cat back w/ 44 flow masters
Ignition:
Stock distributor
Ford Racing Cap/rotor
MSD Digital 6AL-2
MSD HVCII coil
MSD 8.5 inch wires
Power Master Mini starter
Chassis:
Subframe braced
Steeda upper rear control arms hiem joints/poly
J&M lower control arms (nonadjustable (poly)
Eibach sway bars
Poly front control arm bushings
UPR Tubular Kmember
UPR bumpsteer kit
Camber Caster plates
Brakes:
Braided steel brake lines F and R
1993 cobra 4 lug rear disc brake conversion
Wilwood rear proportioning valve
Cobra master cylinder
Rear:
Ford Racing 3.73 gear set
31 spline Ten Performance axles
Detroit Locker tru-trac helical gear LSD
Ford Motorsport girdle
Other:
Zex nitrous kit (75-125hp)
Zex purge kit
Zex bottle blanket
Zex electric bottle opener
Painless ashtray control panel
Interior:
Rear seat delete
Dash gauge pod with Tach, oil pressure, and water temp
AC vent cluster with boost and fuel pressure
Momo Steering wheel
Wheels:
Stock reconditioned 10 holes with 225/60 255/60 drag radials.
Pony R Chrome 17x8 17x9 245/45 275/40 summitomo HTRZ IIIs
Suspension:
Strange 10 way adjustable front shocks
UPR coil over 150lb springs
Strange rear shocks
UPR rear coil overs
the bad:
Paint is ok. it's a good 10 foot car. (one respray)
Interior is about what you'd expect for a car of this vintage. It cleans up well, just some things are worn a bit.
trim is lifting a little. (I have brand new trim that conveys)
tune needs to be cleaned up a little. It's not as smooth as it could be around 2300rpms. This is just the initial tune to match MAF to injectors and to get the fueling and timing right. It's a safe street tune.
clutch is aggressive
fuel gauge likes to read full until it's empty
I run a Torco mix (1.6 ounces per gallon of 93) I have several bottles of torco that conveys. ( I run it to be safe)
Title is clean and in my name. This is an original V8 car with no options. It appears to have been garage kept most, if not all of it's life.
I have not sprayed it this configuration. I'm not sure I would. It's a lot of fun and looks mostly stock. I have every receipt for everything in the car. You can put it on a lift and look for yourself.
Car has 72,000 miles on it.
asking 18K or near offer. Car is located in southern Stafford.
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April 19, 2017, 08:05 PM

NOOOO!!!!

You are selling man?

Did you get the gremlin with the MAF or idle figured out?
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April 19, 2017, 09:41 PM

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NOOOO!!!!

You are selling man?

Did you get the gremlin with the MAF or idle figured out?
yeah. fricken spark plugs. lol
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April 20, 2017, 07:35 AM

that's exactly how I felt when I saw my plugs.
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April 20, 2017, 09:19 AM

Sweet notchback. Hope it goes to a good home.
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Sweet notchback. Hope it goes to a good home.

I've got two offers so far. Both are contingent (one is waiting to finish building a house and the other is waiting on money due him)

I know 18k seems like a STUPID amount of money for a car that didn't cost that new. 18k is what my engine, running gear, and trans cost.
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April 20, 2017, 02:56 PM

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I've got two offers so far. Both are contingent (one is waiting to finish building a house and the other is waiting on money due him)

I know 18k seems like a STUPID amount of money for a car that didn't cost that new. 18k is what my engine, running gear, and trans cost.
OH no, I totally get it, the motor is built and its got a blower and especially if you've done the work yourself you want to get at least a fraction of what you've put into it. The T56 makes my pants tight.

When you build a car to this level, you have to wait for the right buyer to sell it.
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April 20, 2017, 05:36 PM

What did you spin the roller at...or did you?
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April 20, 2017, 09:29 PM

Dang!


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April 20, 2017, 09:33 PM

I'll race you for pinks...how about that?


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What did you spin the roller at...or did you?

Just under 570 but with some belt slippage issues. I was making about 10lbs near redline.

I am making the full 12 lbs now and my afrs are a tad rich at WOT. It really needs to have the tune finished up but honestly, it makes power like a sledge hammer. You'd swear it's a roots style.

I haven't sprayed it. Maybe I'm a sissy...but I don't see the point. At least not on the street.
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Part of that last post was dead on accurate.....
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Part of that last post was dead on accurate.....

I hope it wasn't the sissy part!


honestly, I see folks with 800-1000rwhp street cars and up. Unless I am doing something horribly wrong, and that's a real possibility....I don't know how they use it under 100mph. It's the 600 vs. 1000 0-60 argument to me. They all go about the same. It's how fast they go after that.
If you feel comfy in a foxbody mustang going 150mph, more power to you. It kinda scares the shit out of me on throttle passing 120. Things are moving around, tires are starting to swell and I become VERY attuned to the fact I have no ABS, no TCS, no airbags, and I'm the crumple zone.
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