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SC, tbird v6, v8, mark viii parts for sale LOTS OF STUFF!

Well my mom's selling her house so I'm losing my garage. I have accumulated a LOT of stuff over 10 years. All the extra little things have to go. PM me with your zip code for shipping costs. Thanks everyone.
-Thomas

97 F-150 4.2L upper intke manifold (aluminum) - $30
93 thunderbird lx 3.8L AC/tensioner accessory bracket (bare) - $15
93 thunderbird lx 3.8L PS/Alt/idler bracket, chrome powdercoated (looks nice!) - $40
95 thunderbird 4.6L intake manifold
93 thunderbird lx 3.8L ported upper and lower intake manifolds - $60ea
93 thunderbird lx 3.8L fuel rail with billet adj FPR from SCP - $75
Lincoln Continental 4.6L DOHC intake manifold (cast aluminum, allows for more porting than stock mark viii manifold) - $40
Lincoln Continental (required for conti mani swap) - $20
98 Cobra camshafts (improvement over mark viii cams) - $100
93 mark viii ported intake manifold - $100
93 mark viii intake tube - $15
93 mark viii exhust manifolds modified. cat removed, will fit stock exhaust - $45
93 mark viii 4.6 DOHC cylinder heads - $125
93 mark viii fuel rail - $20
93 mark viii connecting rods and stock pistons - $80
93 mark viii alternator (tested and passed) - $40
98 mark viii upper and lower intake manifolds - $40
89 SC intercooler - flaking paint - $50
89 SC intercooler tubes - $15ea
89 SC accessory brackets - $35
89 SC alternator - $45
89 SC automatic halfshafts - $45
89 SC front swaybar - $35

v6 single-port box-style intake manifold with 1" spacer and 4.6L 65mm throttle body with throttle adapters for an AOD v6 (could be modified for 4r70w for manual very easily). uses a remote IAC valve adapter which IS included but is not pictured. It bolts to the lower manifold using supplied (but not pictured) allen head counter-sunk bolts. I made this intake completely by hand. No machining or cutting was done. ALL hand-made. This has a volume of about 4.1L. It will require using some lower profile coolant fittings. I used brass tee's and barbs. Manifold has barbs on the rear for vacuum lines. Was polished to a mirror finish. $700















Vortech race strut, pulley plate, and custom ASP 8 rib pulley for v6. I'll be losing a lot of money on this one. This contains an original Vortech strut, pulley plate, and supercharger button, with a custom machined 8 rib pulley by ASP. The pulley is made to be used with NA accessory brackets. This WILL work with an 8 rib SC waterpump and alternator pulley. Saves the front main bearing and front supercharger bearing from wear due to belt tension under high PSI applications. $750











94-95 cougar door in Opalescent frost. Immaculate! no rust. - $100






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Any pix of the modified cat manifold?

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Egr provisions or no?

-1996 Pearl White Thunderbird 4.6 Sport 4v with many mods:
Current Best: 13.583 @ 103.74 10/2014.
227hp/241tq measured on calibrated mustang dyno, tested at full vehicle simulation with inertia enabled, no number skewing.
-2001 White Ford F-250 Super Duty 6.8 V10, 4-door, 4x4, Limo Tint, BFG KO2's, Bilstein 7100 Remote Reservoir Race Bypass Shocks, 6" Spring lift, Kenwood Double Din, K&N Intake, FlowMaster Exhaust
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These exhaust manifolds have no provision for EGR. I guess I'd never even thought about it. Did only newer years have EGR?
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Does your mark 8 intake tube have the dimples in it? Ohh and those manifolds might be right up my alley too! And I guess i could use a spare alt.....

Maybe I should stop on by... sending pm...

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These exhaust manifolds have no provision for EGR. I guess I'd never even thought about it. Did only newer years have EGR?
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all years had egr provisions, unless they were deleted on the car that was pulled from.

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-2001 White Ford F-250 Super Duty 6.8 V10, 4-door, 4x4, Limo Tint, BFG KO2's, Bilstein 7100 Remote Reservoir Race Bypass Shocks, 6" Spring lift, Kenwood Double Din, K&N Intake, FlowMaster Exhaust
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Oh yes now I remember back when I got the motor. The EGR tube was broken so I just decided that I would delete it.
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when you mentioned the alternator are you talkin about the anodized one in the picture?
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No the alternators I have for sale are stock take-off's. The one pictured is a 3g 130amp. Not close at all in size to an SC or mark viii alt.
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Mark 8 alt is sold :-)

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No the alternators I have for sale are stock take-off's. The one pictured is a 3g 130amp. Not close at all in size to an SC or mark viii alt.
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Im intersted in the 98 upper and lower intake manifolds mark viii, let me know how much is it shipped to 33461?
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Im intersted in the 98 upper and lower intake manifolds mark viii, let me know how much is it shipped to 33461?
You have a PM. thanks.

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