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91BLOWNBIRD
04-23-2011, 07:43 PM
thanks to Dan...paul's black 95 5-speed will eventually be back on the road

Ddubb
05-01-2011, 03:49 AM
Thanks to Paul.

I need parts .. :eek:


Heres a breif list .. for a 94/95 SC .. donations welcome :)

Heads
Rockers
Pushrods
Lifters
Supercharger + plenum
Throttle body
IC
Upper and Lower IC pipes + bracket for lower IC
Stock Radiator + Hoses
Accessory Brackets ( both sides )
Tensioners, Belts
Alternator
Harmonic Balancer
Fuel Injectors 36#
Fuel rails
Stock intake manifold
Stock inlet plenum
Crankshaft Sensor
Front Bumper Support metal + plastic
Engine to Trans Gasket
Flywheel
Pressure plate + Clutch
Coolant pipe under engine - Water pump to Oil Cooler
Exhaust Manifolds
Exhaust with Cats
Corner Marker lights ( 96/97 )
Speedometer (145 Mph )
Rear Differential (2.73 w/ TL )
EGR + Tubes
AC Pusher fan
Windshield washer bottle
....


- Dan

90scmxdream
05-03-2011, 02:45 AM
I know he is a very nice man.
what up Daniel ?

91BLOWNBIRD
05-04-2011, 01:10 AM
I thought it had cats? by the way...my hub was worn and the bearing was bad...found the last hub in the bay area at sunnyvale ford and no more vibration :)

91BLOWNBIRD
05-04-2011, 01:12 AM
oh yeah...if you help me install a FMIC with welded piping I might donate my raised SC top, IC piping, and Ken Wagner DIC...all that looks pretty stock

Ddubb
05-04-2011, 01:26 AM
oh yeah...if you help me install a FMIC with welded piping I might donate my raised SC top, IC piping, and Ken Wagner DIC...all that looks pretty stock

If its mild steel maybe .. my welders a little big for that at 220 .. dont have a TIG welder.

Yeah, no cats. There are a lot more parts I forgot to list - like ALL of the BOLTS ... LOL

Long time Jose, good to know some of the locals are still around. :)

- Dan

91BLOWNBIRD
05-04-2011, 10:55 PM
I think it is 2.75" mild steel...I'm hoping to use some of the old FMIC piping i had done plus maybe pick up a few u bends from ebay for $15

Ddubb
05-05-2011, 02:27 AM
Maybe we can work something out .. you dont mean butt welds, but like pipes that fit over eachother right ?


- Dan

91BLOWNBIRD
05-05-2011, 11:55 AM
Na I need some clean ~~~ butt welds that are flush so it looks smooth

No worries

Ddubb
05-05-2011, 01:12 PM
Na I need some clean ~~~ butt welds that are flush so it looks smooth

No worries

Sounds like you need a TIG welder.

- Dan