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1988 Mustang Gt Track build

Discussion in '1987 -1993 Mustang GT' started by AirAssault, Jun 15, 2017.

  1. AirAssault

    AirAssault New Member

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    I am currently building a 88 hatchback Gt "stanger" for the race track. Most say it's easy to do but cost more money than most to get right and get to a competitive level. The car has been in my possession for about a month now and I'm slowly making progress, looking at about a year before I have it running in top form along with my recovery from surgery. We are shooting for 500hp with this build on NOS....Here is what I've done so far.......

    302 Windsor eng with a Parker high rise intake manifold

    Holley Carburetor, Model 4160, 750 cfm, Square Bore, Manual Choke, 4-Barrel, Vacuum, Dual Inlet, Aluminum, Each

    Walbro high pressure inline fuel pump

    Mallory Fuel Pressure Regulator MSD-29388

    Stripped all interior, wires and all.....
    Re-Wired lights, starter, fuel pump etc...with "Painless Performance 6 Switch Panel"

    Por15 (rust prevention) on the floor pan, footwell to trunk

    Seat brackets for summit racing seat

    Battery relocation kit: relocated to rear

    Removed fuel tank: replaced with a 10g fuel cell

    Some items I have yet to install, waiting on a "good day" body wise to get some things done.....[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]





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    Last edited: Jun 15, 2017
  2. broncojunkie

    broncojunkie Active Member

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    Welcome! Man, you've accomplished a ton of work in a short amount of time! I'd love to follow along on the build.
     
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  3. AirAssault

    AirAssault New Member

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    I've done what I can, my wife, sons and neighbor do what I'm not able to do so it's a total team effort..... almost got it runnin, just having a fuel problem. I'm having trouble installing the Mallory fuel pressure reg. I'm tracking all the ports and what they are used for but the return line back to the tank I can not find. So I'm stuck until the master mechanic returns from his trip......


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