Nope haven't had the chance. Unfortunately it's going to be a while. I've got quite a bit to do to the car before it hits the road againI dunno if you've driven with them on there yet, but it's like a night and day difference. Especially if you had the original 25+ year old bushings.
Big fan of old school audio gear getting used these days. That stuff is getting hard to find, and in good shape can still keep up with modern electronics.The Trunk-Boot-Valliese completed and the Boom Tube sounds good with the amped Kenwood Tapedeck and replacement kicker speakers.
@white95 told me to do the cowl, so I’ll take care of that for sure. The intake ports are surprisingly clean for 190k miles.Those intake ports look pretty clean, wow. Remember to clean the cowl drains. It’s easy with the intake removed. Also was the sjb water leak “fix” done? It’ll look like someone stuck some foam tape over the sjb.
can you send me that link to pleaseRemember how the red car does MES (mysterious electrical shit) on occasion? That’s water intrusion in the SJB (Smart Junction Box) wreaking havoc. It’s in the RH kick panel and there are several items that you have to re-seal to stave off a leak. I’ll send you a link.
This is my third winter on a mustang, worse than that - I drive without LSD. But I go in general without problems, everything turns out. Even at -30 degrees Celsius, it starts and works. In the new year I will try to buy a car for every day, and the mustang will finally become a purely summer carNo way am I driving a mustang in the snow or frozen pavement
In the city or back roads