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    5.0L swap with Manual T5 and AWD ???'s

    thanks for the replies guys... To respond to a couple above posts: Xzibit A: I was told the computer was from a cobra when I bought it, I'll have to get the number off of it, so maybe you guys can let me know what it really is/isn't.. James Duff makes a Hydraulic-to-mechnical...
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    5.0L swap with Manual T5 and AWD ???'s

    I've heard that the 88-89 mustang/cobra computers are the most aggressive programming of all the years.. I got it for $50 so no worries if I gotta get something else instead. The motor will think it's a mustang not a truck was the idea, always heard it'll be much faster that way. I guess...
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    5.0L swap with Manual T5 and AWD ???'s

    I got the X manifolds with the accessory brackets I bought from a local junkyard super cheap. I am not worried about emmisions at all, I am definatly interested in some aftermarket X headers.. I've heard mustang headers are to long or wide, and the Ranger V8 conversion headers are way too...
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    5.0L swap with Manual T5 and AWD ???'s

    thanks for the info, I'm going for street only. Is the AWD unit in the X's any good? Will it move the hole for the manual shifter location back even farther by adding the AWD case in?
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    5.0L swap with Manual T5 and AWD ???'s

    Hi, I'm collecting parts for a V8 conversion in my 98 4.0 Manual. So far I have a HO 5.0 mustang motor, V8 explorer motor mounts, accessory brackets, and stock expo5.0 exaust manifolds. I also have an 89 Cobra Computer/harness and a T-5 Manual Tranny. My questions are: 1) Can I use an...
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    Need 4wd hub parts, please help..

    Hi, I'm working a buddy's 92 4x4 and he needs 2 replacement hub parts. It's the little black round peice with the 6 teeth and 2 springs going around them that are pressed on infront of the wheel bearing nut, that engages into the hub. I'm not sure what those little parts are actually called. But...
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