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Old 03-15-2017, 06:30 PM   #91
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subbin to this awesome build. keep it up man!! shes a beaut! and beer definitely has vitamins! that just science
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Old 03-15-2017, 07:06 PM   #92
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That VMP heat exchanger looks tasty!
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Old 03-16-2017, 06:03 PM   #93
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That VMP heat exchanger looks tasty!
It's a very nice unit and swaps in pretty easy.
First pic is where I cut for the outlet.
Second pic is of the inlet. I have a couple bends ordered so I can fit one there instead of using 90's. It has to reach the pump outlet which is in the pic.

Everything else is plug and play. Even has a new plug for the water pump
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I'm considering the Pypes headers. They look good for the price point.

Easy to get into position once the OEM headers were out?
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Old 03-19-2017, 10:34 PM   #95
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I'm considering the Pypes headers. They look good for the price point.

Easy to get into position once the OEM headers were out?
They are very easy to install.
Talk to @beefcake . He will get you set up with exactly what you need

Another cool thing is you can simply bolt on there catted connection pipes if you need to run cats at any point.
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Old 03-20-2017, 08:59 AM   #96
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I'm considering the Pypes headers. They look good for the price point.

Easy to get into position once the OEM headers were out?
killer buy on those time, hard to beat for the $$
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Belts to go with the pulley swaps coming up!
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Hey everyone. Been super busy at work and life so not much time to concentrate on the Mustang. BUT, all those little hour here...2 hours there over the last several months have added up and SHE CAME ALIVE TONIGHT. Basically gutted the car and tore the timing components all apart so it has been weighing heavy on my mind...what if it doesn't fire up? After doing the OPG and CG...adding a fuel system...swapping transmissions...headers...she woke up without a hitch. I ran it for about 5 seconds just to ease my mind and rotate a bit of oil. Boy am I relieved.

I will have updates and driving impressions posted as I go along.

Goodnight!
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