Just rebuilt mine last month and had no issues with the pump shaft pulling out. The only kick in the balls imo would be the clip on the shaft pulling off and dropping into the pan. Mine did not. Distributor came out nice and easy, and the shaft stayed put. Mark your old distributor before pulling it, and mark the new one in the same place. I marked the PIP sensor insulator and the shutter wheel to keep the timing in line. Keeping them in line along with marks made on the housing and block should be all you need. No timing light needed, but still recommended, just because.
I rebuilt my stocker with a Motorcraft PIP sensor (stator), and TFI.
D1SC Procharger, 12-13PSI
I recently swapped my 5.25 pully to a 4.63 pully which put me from 9 pounds to roughly 12 or 13 psi, I’m getting power cuts WOT with this new pully, as it won’t shift at all under full throttle, I have a big red racing bypass valve which I have not adjusted from the...
I'm new here so don't rip me to pieces if there's already a thread for this lol.
So I have a '89 Mustang Lx with a 306 and i'm running flow masters with mac shorty headers and o/r h pipe.
And I want to switch to Borla Stingers has anyone here done this on their fox?
i have 87 mustang gt i dont know much about the car other than cai bbk headers and nos.
need so advice looking to go up to 70mm throttle body with 24 lb injectors, do i need a mas meter?
there is not one on car now. thanks