Cannon Fodder

Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

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On 5/23/2015 at 7:45 PM, Cannon Fodder said:

Reference:

Stock E7 heads:
AUTOLITE
stock--stock 25 (5) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
1 step colder--24 (4) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
2 step colder--23 (3) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
-----AR133 (3) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
-----AR132 (2) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
-----AR131 (1) [*recessed tip, racing plug]

NGK
stock--(UR45) 6945 (Heat Range - 4) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
1 step colder--(UR55) 2248 (5) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
2 step colder--(UR6) 7773 (6) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
-----(R5673-8) 3249 (8) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
-----(R5673-9) 3442 (9) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
-----(R5673-10) 4050 (10) [*recessed tip, racing plug]

 

Should I go with a NGK UR55 or an AutoLight 24.

The UR55 looks to be out of stock though.

 

 

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UR45s is what I had in it.  Amazon has the UR55s listed at $5 a plug......

Wonder what the parts houses have or can get, Summit show 8/23 and Jegs 8/15.

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Post a picture of the plug you had in it.  I would have guessed a 6 heat range would have been better.

A picture of the ground strap would show.

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I can just barely tell on that photo, but you should stick with that plug.  Either the timing is extremely low or it just doesn't need a colder plug.

You weren't changing the crank pulley were you?

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Right now, no, I don't think it would be much of a point with the intake/head/block setup.

I think I had them gapped at 32 or 35 thou after I did the water pump, I will check them later.

I still have to figure out where I'm putting the HI-6 and for some reason I can't find my TRC and MAP sensor to it.  Not that I need it but I though I had it all together. $200 worth of parts that have disappeared in the garage. :lol:

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Hrrumph.

Found when pulling the hard fuel up lines, anyone see a problem here......

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Damnit.....  Already spaced 1/8".

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I still need to figure out where to stick the regulator and the ignition box.  I may see if I can stick the box up in the drivers fender some how to keep it close to the coil and battery.

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On 5/15/2017 at 10:04 AM, Disney said:

I believe it is.

No go on the HEGO power, has power on run but not start.  Got to find another circuit to tie into.  I used the EEC wire under the hood for the IGN box but the trigger wire for the Holley is inside the car.  Got tired and stopped for the day after fighting the IGN box for an hour and it still isn't in permanently.  At this point I'm just trying to get the thing to start, I need to move it.

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Leaking.  The 2 90*s I have for a loop are leaking at the nut and the 1 straight fitting at the fuel line is leaking at the nut.  However, none of the -6 fittings or the 1 -8 45* in the system are leaking.  The no 5 injector was spraying but replacing the o-ring and spacing the rear of the rail out seemed to stop it.  I think I dumped about 1/2 a gal of gas on the floor testing it.

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Yes, 30wt oil.  The female fittings is what is leaking.  I didn't notice any leaks from the o-ring fittings in the end of the rails.

All of the fittings that came with the kit are Fragola it appears as they are stamped FPS.  I can't remember what the 2-45* fittings from TSS were, they seem to be better made though.

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