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  1. Random thought thread

    Worked fine. Since the water jet wasn't a pinpoint contact it would spread the pressure across a small area. It would still provide a resultant reading, but it was open to misinterpretation. Ultimately, that's what we ran into. The people who design the running board paint and such attempted to use the test against "us". It took some in depth logic and factual accounting to bring them around to my initial assessment; the paint is peeling off due to poor adhesion.
  2. 1986 Ford Ranger

    275/50 is the right look. 60s would have looked hokey pokey with that little front tire.
  3. 1986 Ford Ranger

    I thought you were stuck on 275 60s?
  4. Broke the hot side cherry today

    Oh she gettin close now!
  5. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    Zero problems. Everything was a bolt in deal. Car useage will determine MVB or ECU controlled. From what ive' seen in this thread and the 12 miles or so I assume the car's been driven in the past 10-15 years, I think the MVB would be fine. If you ever intend on driving it regularly, then an ECU controlled trans might be nicer.
  6. Random thought thread

    I've actualkly used that at work. Was testing some parts where the paint was being peeled off at a certain car wash in Ft. Worth, TX. Travelled there, put this film on the car and spent 3 days running it through the car wash measuring the relative pressure seen at the vehicle. Pretty neat stuff!
  7. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    I pulled the trigger on a Holley HP. Looking forward to pulling my hair out over these damn harnesses. Wonder i'f i'm better off getting them through a local dealer?
  8. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=4976448&cc=1133985&jsn=477&jsn=477
  9. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    yes, i've done ONE.
  10. Random thought thread

    FRPP Cobra Jet.
  11. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    NVM. I see you already asked that question too. 209 is for SBF, 213 is for modular.
  12. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    Thanks a lot for that! Very helpful! Do you by chance know the difference between https://www.holley.com/products/fuel_systems/fuel_injection/hp_efi/hp_harnesses/parts/558-209 and https://www.holley.com/products/fuel_systems/fuel_injection/dominator_efi/harnesses/parts/558-213
  13. Random thought thread

    Nnow that those cars are out of production, new parts are a bit harder to find. We can't keep living in the 70s.
  14. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    I'm not married to any one EFI. I currently have Haltech Platinum Sport 2000 on my Lincoln. Like it, but want a better ECU. So, the HP looks good for what i'm doing with it vs the Haltech Elite 2000. Mainly just cost. But, all these harnesses might put the Haltech back in the car. Seriously, all these Holley harnesses are confusing as hell. I need to make a spreadsheet to compare them but need to know what all Holley harnesses i'd need.
  15. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    I just now realized you bought the Holley coil kit. Man... That was not cheap! I'm trying to figure out what all parts i'll need for the Holley on my SBF. I'll be using LS coils, Crank trigger, Cam Sync (Explorer), and probably just EV1 injectors. Holley has more harnesses that Carter has liver pills.