1994 Mustang GT Build

Discussion in 'Build Ups & Projects' started by mobileaudio219, Feb 7, 2014.

  1. mobileaudio219

    mobileaudio219 Member

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    Just picked this up today. It's a 1994 GT, 5.0, 5 speed.

    It has the following mods:
    Ported GT40P Heads
    GT40 Intake (ported lower)
    70mm Throttle Body
    24lb Injectors
    Comp Cams XE270HRSs
    Headers
    O/R Mid Pipe
    Stock Cat-Back (it actually sounds great.)
    3:73 Gears
    Underdrive Pulleys (I'm going back to stock ones)
    Feels like some kind of short throw shifter

    The car runs strong. I'd say somewhere in the 13's? It's in the single digits and snowy, so I only took one picture. More pictures later.

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  2. 5-oh-MUSTANG

    5-oh-MUSTANG Well-Known Member

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    Lol sleeper look. Good pick up. Plans?
     
  3. mobileaudio219

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    I'm going to focus on the suspension first, then go from there.
     
  4. MustangChris

    MustangChris Legend SN95 Supporter Retired Staff

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    nice. we've got some really solid suspension guys here! :-D They'll be able to point you in the right direction for sure.
     
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    the5.ohh Legend

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    looks like a nice clean slate to start with.
     
  6. 1997GT4.6

    1997GT4.6 Well-Known Member

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    Nice find! Definitely a sleeper look, that's awesome. I'm sure that's what the previous owner was going for hence the stock cat back to keep it quiet as well. Ahh I want a 5.0 Cobra SN95 maybe even a GT.
     
  7. mobileaudio219

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    Well the car is going to be in my uncles shop the next few days. Both inner tie rods were shot, so I went ahead and got inner and outers for both sides, as well as ball joints for both sides. Also, the timing chain cover gasket had a small coolant leak, so that's getting fix as well. All that cost about 300 for parts and labor.
     
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    Painted the intake a week or two ago. Today I cleaned up the plague I got from the j/y and put it on... less than 5 bucks made it look much better![​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    I scratched up the intake when I cleaned the iac & replaced the tps.
     
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    Nice!