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86 mustang explorer motor tfs 1 cam gt40p heads flowmaster

Video of my 86 Mustang on the last day I owned her after 13 years. 97 explorer motor, tfs 1 cam, ported explorer intake, 373's, etc etc


 


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5.0 Roller Motor Found for the Mustang | 96 Explorer Donor | GT40 Heads
See the photos on the Mach 1 Blog Here: http://www.mach1restoration.com/5-0-roller-motor-found-for-the-Mustang-96-explorer-donor-gt40-heads/ After getting the not so good news that my existing 302 block was un-machineable I decided to look elsewhere for a donor motor. Re-manufactured long blocks average anywhere from $1000 to $1200 depending on where you look. I decided I wanted to stay in the under $400 range so I looked at my local scrap yards. There is a local salvage yard called Teddy Bears here in Tarpon that sells complete once running when pulled engines with under 60k miles on them. I lucked out and found a 96 explorer 5.0 liter roller motor complete on the pallet and ready to go. I snatched it up and got to work. Surprisingly this engine is in exceptional condition inside and out and with a little Ford Blue paint... Its going to be a very nice addition to the stang. Check out the photos. This engine has an extremely mild cam but is a roller motor with nice 3 bar GT40 heads (not "P" heads that require special manifolds)





1985 Ford Mustang GT 302 w/GT-40p Heads Dyno Test
Lamotta Performance in Longwood, Florida, conducts a test of my 1985 Mustang GT. Specs: Remanufactured 302 with GT-40p heads, shorty headers, 2 1/2 true dual off-road Exhaust, Holly Street Avenger carb, Edelbrock Performer intake, Cobra-spec cam, 3.27 gears.





The Honkey Mustang Notch Gt40 explorer motor drag racing!
The Honkey white Mustang notch, Gt40 explorer motor, drag racing at Tristate Dragway summer 2011 making some 12 second passes.





Ford GT40P Header Issues and Clearance problems. Not always bad!
Just a basic video of my experiences with GT40P heads. Not all engines are the same with header combos so take this video with a grain of salt. Those are aftermarket headers so im sure stock headers theres even more room between boot/plug and header. Will this work on equal length shorty headers? Doing a 90degree boot is easy. Just take the 45 angle boot off and bend the conductor inside and put it into a 90 degree boot!





GT40P Mustang Fox Body Testing In car camera, T5 Transmission
Make sure to check out http://www.tooslo86.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/TooSlo86 for more details and interaction. More tire and tune testing. Just another in car from Mid Michigan Motorplex.





93 Mustang LX Dyno Run
93 LX 2.3 to 5.0 Conversion. Stock block 302 from my 88 GT, GT40P heads(unported, stock rockers, trickflow valvesprings), GT40 intake(minor lower port), Trickflow Stage 1 cam, Mac longtube headers, Mac prochamber, and Mac catback. Dyno cell temperature was 101 degrees and at the time coolant was spewing out the radiator cap from a blown headgasket. I probably could of hit a little higher with better temps and a sealed head gasket but I don't think I was giving up more than 10 rwhp as is.





gt40p with f303
1990 Mustang lx with a gt40p 306 f303 cam and cobra upper half flowmaster x-pipe Exhaust. MY Mustang IS MAKING A NOISE CHECK OUT MY OTHER VIDEO IF YOU THINK YOU CAN HELP





Inside Driving My 90 Mustang Notch 5.0
Ported GT40 Explorer Intake, GT40 heads ported & milled .020, JBA shorties, BBK CAI, Offroad X pipe, MAC Pro Dumps, TFS stage 1 camshaft & valvetrain, 1.6RR, FRPP 3.73 gears, Mach1 Wheels with Nitto 555R's Complete fuel system, throttle body, MAF, Pullies, & D/S are all stock so far. Dyno'd at 263whp & 306tq with 10.4:1 A/F SLP SUCKS!





5.4L Lightning Motor Swap In Mustang Leaving Local Hangout
5.4L S/C Lightning Motor In Mustang! Leavin' a local car hangout.





Trick Flow Stage 1 cam & GT40p heads, idle
Trick Flow Stage 1 cam & GT40p heads, idle





96 Ford Explorer motor in 86 stang
My buddy blew his motor on his 1986 Mustang with the 5.0 so we did the 1996 explorer swap to it and converted her to air mass





Ford Mustang Crash And Fail Crash Compilation
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87 Mustang GT GT40p heads Holley 650 double pumper carb Mac flowpath exhaust AFM n41 cam
87 Mustang GT GT40p heads Holley 650 double pumper carb Mac flowpath Exhaust AFM n41 cam





94 Mustang GT GT40P head swap project
Rebuilding the heads from my Mustang. Motor is originally from an Explorer. yes my nose was whistling, just coming off a cold.





going for a ride in my 1986 mustang GT
out for a ride in my worked '86 Mustang. And never let your 12 year old brother hold the camera




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