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Discussion in '94-95 5.0 - Specific' started by hevnbnd, Jan 29, 2007.
Does one exist? With pics would be nice? Thanks
I dont think so, it has been done I remember reading some threads on it on stangnet with a few pics, mabye someone will chime in here. Its ALOT of work to do it right, involves removing motor, making custom pannels, welding, bodywork, painting etc.
Well my engine, trans, dash and fenders are out of the car and it goes to paint the next couple of months. So I am up for the challenge. I did see a few threads on stangnet as well, just nothing to in depth.
Thanks for the link. I had seen that one once before but lost it. Any more good ones?
when i tackled this i was a little worried about forgeting to plug something back in. i did this the same time as my H/C/I swap so i had alot on my mind.
it was very easy to do. remove the whole harness and fusebox from the car. i wanted to leave my fuse box in the engine compartment so i cut a oval hole where the fuse box was. feed all the wires through the hole and bolt the fuse box back up. i ran the wires in the fender and under under the frame rail to the passenger side. the only wires i had to extend was the passenger corner and headlight. i used zip ties to hold things in place. i still run A/C and everything connected fine.
heres some pics
Man i wish i had the know how to clean up my BAY like that..
Nice engine bay man! :thumb:
beautiful engine bay :behind:
theres still a lot i want to add and change to it. UPR Polished Rad cover, Mac chrome hoses, Wazee idler pulley, strut covers, and some lexan mirror pannels i have made up.
should have it all on the car early spring
:thumb: O0 :rockyou: that engine bay is sweet.. wished mine looked like that.
You mean you guys engine bays don't look like that.... Yea real nice. I hope to make mine look that clean now that I have the engine out.
I did mine. I didn't weld up all the holes and smooth everything out but I hid and removed as much junk as I could. Still working on a few more things, but the only way to do it is just dive in and start the project. There's no one way to do it.
where do you re route a;; the wires..i mean its almost impossible.
how is it impossible? all you are doing is putting it on the other side of the sheet metal (fenders).
heres what it looked like during my swap
heres a pic of my harness that i relocated
hey clark where did u get those vavle covers?! are they stock height or taller?
wow... that looks amazing
I'd like to do that to my bay!
thanks for the pics dan95!
and 69clark, your bay look amazing!
Your guys engine bays look awesome. Looks like I might have a summer project on my hands.