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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-05-2010, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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mustang headers?

i have some 88 5.0 mustang headers, and my friend wants to know if they would work on his 5.0 95 mustang, they are a shortie design. the only thing different i see is these dont have a egr fitting on them. but i was wondering if they would be a bolt on install. i forgot to mention they are aftermarket.

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I once had BBK long tube headers made for a Fox in my 95 GT. Like you say, only diff was the EGR. They fit perfectly. Don't know about shorties but I don't see why not.

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he was wanting to get long tubes but didnt know if they would fit cause its an auto. but i think these shorties will work, i'm going to be deleting the egr on the car anyways. the whole deal with this is im going to work on his car, im building a set of cast iron 94 5.0 heads .5 mm valves port and polish the heads and im goin to throw a cam in for him. i told him hes going to need a set of headers with the heads being gone through and a cam in it. and what i get out of the deal is a 88 mustang hatch body is all redone in primer and interior is all redone to. the only down fall is no motor and transmission come with car, but i have motors around that i can build ill probably build a 289 or 302 carbed with a c4 behind it.

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balanced & blueprinted block. by my dad & I @ (The Engine Shop INC.) i'm running manley forged i beam rods, forged manely .020 16cc dish pistons, forged 8 bolt crankshaft thats been polished, corba high volume oil pump, block has been align bored & decked. ported and polished early production heads, heads have been milled, 3 angle valve grind, ported exhaust manifolds, gasket matched intake, dual inlet dual outlet dynomax turbo muffler underseat with 3inch turndowns. transmission heavy duty clutches, b&m shift kit, frrp t lock with 373.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-05-2010, 07:44 PM
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They will work just fine but you will need to weld a bung on to run the EGR. Without a tune, eliminating the EGR on a 94-95 stangs tends to cause problems.

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