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post #61 of 563 Old 08-30-2010, 02:59 PM Thread Starter
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Got a new starter, TO bearing and the engine mounts by Advance. Got the Advance mounts from a JF member for $115 shipped and they are new so I was happy with that.




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post #62 of 563 Old 08-30-2010, 03:55 PM
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Parts look good. You're fixin to get some major things accomplished!
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post #63 of 563 Old 09-09-2010, 03:55 PM Thread Starter
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Got the flywheel resurfaced, got a new clutch, and got the pilot bushing from Speedway Mtrs. Next things on the list for the motor are the MAF engine harness, injector harness, new oil pump, new water pump, new timing chain, and gasket kit. Im sure there will be other things to this list also.

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Started to clean and paint up some of the engine parts. Zinc coated the oil pan bolts. Do you guys plug up that oil sensor hole on the side of the oil pan? thanks






Decided to paint between the ribs on this piece.

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post #65 of 563 Old 09-14-2010, 03:44 PM
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Cj7rob, looking good man... I started out with the same intake setup I picked up off the craigslist.. I notice the front bolt has been welded up from where it was maybe broken... Mine was glued back together on that same stud. That must be a weak spot in their design..... I came across a good deal on a Cobra one and went that way.... You are making good headway....

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post #66 of 563 Old 09-14-2010, 03:49 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks Calvin, yea I noticed someone welded that stud. My buddy told me it was the guy he got it from, they did a decent job with it and it didn't leak. A Cobra one would be a nice upgrade down the road. I was thinking of using these covers that came on the motor but the stickers are peeling. I may get some new stickers or leave them off.

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post #67 of 563 Old 09-16-2010, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Painted up a few more things today. What cam are you guys mostly using? B303, E303? thanks




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post #68 of 563 Old 09-16-2010, 03:52 PM
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You're getting allot done. Looks great too. The paint between the ribs looks good too. I see you've got your flywheel, what tooth is it?
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post #69 of 563 Old 09-16-2010, 04:35 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks,its a 164 tooth flywheel. Jim have you figured out what wiring harness your going with yet for your 5.0 swap? RJM makes a nice one but its a little pricy at $475, otherwise I might use a stock one and cut out the stuff I don't need like Havasu did.
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post #70 of 563 Old 09-16-2010, 05:11 PM
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Thanks for the info. Your bell housing looks just like the one I have an I was wondering what tooth flywheel to get.

I'm not sure on the wiring. My engine is a 95 and, after starting my thread, I find out that it's a little different than the earlier ones to wire up. I've read good and bad about Painless and like RJM they are high, even more so. Some of the guys have wired them up without the aftermarket harness kits. They are better men than me. Havasu does seem to know allot about the wiring and I plan to have him help me out when the time comes.

Thanks again and keep up the great work!!
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I hear ya..Im sure I'll be hitting him up too when the time comes for the wiring. I'll be folowing your build. If you need an application on the flywheel, get one for an '86 F250 with 302 or use Napa part#NNC50710 (164 tooth, 50oz., 14.25 diameter 11in. clutch, thanks.
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I hear ya..Im sure I'll be hitting him up too when the time comes for the wiring. I'll be folowing your build. If you need an application on the flywheel, get one for an '86 F250 with 302 or use Napa part#NNC50710 (164 tooth, 50oz., 14.25 diameter 11in. clutch, thanks.
That is some great information! That may well have saved me a bunch of trial and error. I'm going to the parts store to see how much they cost tomorrow. Might even be able to get a used flywheel at the salvage yard, I can resurface it myself.

Thanks again. That makes my day!
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post #73 of 563 Old 09-18-2010, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
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Painted up some of the brackets and the fan. Next I gotta pull the pulley off the PS pump


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Parts look very good! I like the color.
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post #75 of 563 Old 09-18-2010, 08:30 PM
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The fan looks cool! Nice work on all the paint.

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