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Thread: Manfold/Header testing complete.

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    wow

    thats really impresive to see those test result thanks a lot!

    but now im a bit disoriented i have "goofy" ported my 89 manifold and now i dont really know if the best bang would be 95 ported SC or the mustang MAC shorty??? do someone can help me with this??? i want to find it quick i wait for this to finish my setup

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    Added jpg of the test results for those without Word.
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    Where i sthat smiley face for I will keep my mouth shut for now?
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    I love the filter. Its pimp. paper element and 10Mircron filtration, 12" long cause size matters.

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    Would 94/95 n/a v6 manifolds be the same? Or are these sc specific?

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    Quote Originally Posted by renello79 View Post
    Would 94/95 n/a v6 manifolds be the same? Or are these sc specific?
    They are the same part number. For the Thunderbirds that is.


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    Thank you that will make it much easier to find a set.

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    I am looking this over and have a question. This is a great thread btw! Do the MAC short tubes for the 94-97 mustang fit in our cars with no modification or some modification. If some modification, what is involved?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90sc35thann View Post
    I am looking this over and have a question. This is a great thread btw! Do the MAC short tubes for the 94-97 mustang fit in our cars with no modification or some modification. If some modification, what is involved?
    This was brought up some time ago. Some folks have attempted to make them fit but it required a substantial amount of work on the drivers side.

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    Not sure if the Macs are any different in design. Factory Mustang and JBs fit but come really close to the steering shaft.

    Easiest way to make them work is to cut the pipes at the flange from 1 o'clock to 11 o'clock and then collapsing the gap and rewelding. I took a small wedge out like this on the stainless JBA's in my n/a car and then welded them back together. This tilts the header closer to the block and away from the steering shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90sc35thann View Post
    I am looking this over and have a question. This is a great thread btw! Do the MAC short tubes for the 94-97 mustang fit in our cars with no modification or some modification. If some modification, what is involved?
    You can grab my set with downtubes. If you are interested. $100 if you are in the boston area you can grab them.
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    Nice ! Great write up
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    I'm reading in 2016!

    Quote Originally Posted by XR7 Dave View Post
    What, 65 views and only three people have any comments about the test results?

    Maybe I'll just send out an email with the final results.
    Well this just goes to show some of us pay attention to you both here and on FB. I'm going to email you as I've got an issue and a question. Paul B.
    Building an 89 SC for Open Road Racing. You name it it's being bolted on and replaced from SCP. Safety first and that costs even more. Roll cage, halon fire supression system, Lexan windshield. keeping the stock interior as best possible ! I'm going to pull fifth gear and keep my foot in the supercharger.

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