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post #18641 of 19030 Old September 23rd, 2012, 05:51 PM
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I put a breather filter on the PCV and capped the intake suction point to prove a.... point?

M90 setup done, and slightly running lol. Working on self tuning now

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ok....the engine is in BUT didnt drive here.
damn starter isnt getting power. so i have one more small task to do.



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Nice, what year is the car originaly?

Was the original fuse box wiring kept the same?

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the whole car is 95 only the engine is 99.
all sensors and wiring is from the 95...except at the fuel injectors to fit to the 99 injectors.
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Does the strut town brace actually clear the Windstar? AND the stock hood? I can't imagine that it does.



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Does the strut town brace actually clear the Windstar? AND the stock hood? I can't imagine that it does.
Technically no. If you look at the pic i notched the strut brace to go over the windstar. The gaps i made are now filled with jb weld to cover that point on the brace.
But yes i can close the hood without any issues at all. The hood has been trimmed to fit the windstar at the throttle body...but the hood closes now just fine. In the pic the brace is bolted into the stock location as well.
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post #18647 of 19030 Old September 23rd, 2012, 10:42 PM
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Did a full detail today, wash, clay, compound, wax. Pics tomorrow and maybe another coat of wax for added shiny.

Btw would anyone know why I'm unable to upload the exhaust video I made to YouTube? I hit upload and it just stays at pending...


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I cant imagine the brace is going to be nearly as effective with half the metal taken off of it..
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Did a full detail today, wash, clay, compound, wax. Pics tomorrow and maybe another coat of wax for added shiny.

Btw would anyone know why I'm unable to upload the exhaust video I made to YouTube? I hit upload and it just stays at pending...


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how long did it take you to do a full detail? I'm at 20+ hours and not even half done... I believe SON1C took 40+ hours...



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This was by no means a paint restoration or correction, just a real good wash and wax, I used the meguires paint restoration kit from advanced auto parts for 30$ plus tire shine for my brown tires. I started around 3:30 in the afternoon and finished around 8:30 at night, I didn't rush either. I missed about a 6 inch section on the front fascia that ill complete tomorrow. But yea, not long at all.
And I can definitely say this is the best my car has looked, the factory paint job still has some slight orange peel but I'm not experienced enough to tackle that yet. The reflection looks great, not professional, not mirror, but it does look great.

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Nice, let's get some pics up here tomorrow,



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Nice, let's get some pics up here tomorrow,
Definitely, after just seeing the work you did it makes me think I'm doing something wrong lol. But ill see what happens with another coat of the carnauba wax.

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Definitely, after just seeing the work you did it makes me think I'm doing something wrong lol. But ill see what happens with another coat of the carnauba wax.

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Got Damn you did a good job. I hope to obtain the same door results tomorrow, however, my car is frost silver. I wish I had a computer to upload pics from my real camera, my phone camera doesn't do it justice.

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Put a shirt on! Trying to give the neighbors a show? lol

Does anyone know off hand the torque specs for the windstar bolts AND the lower intake bolts? Going to go rent a torque wrench in a bit here to see if I can finally get this thing running properly
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If it looks better than it did before you started, you're doing it right.

I hope my truck turns out that well. I just got the Meguiar's clay kit and their carnuba wax to polish/clay/wax next weekend.

It is going to take forever though because that truck is f*cking HUGE.

Still counts here because it's a sixer.
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Does 93 inch/pounds for the lower and then 71 inch/pounds for the upper sound right?
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That sounds really tight for a plastic intake... I have no idea tho ill help poke around for you

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Ya its like four and six ft lbs...heres the link I found | Specifications | Intake Bolt Torque | AutoZone.com

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well I just realized thats for the stock stang and not the windstar... Thats whay I searched but it cant be too much diff can it? And I just realized thats ft not in so idk my ass from a hole in the ground this morning I guess

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