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1989 Ford Mustang LX Notchback,5.0L 5 speed
331 Stroker wuth forged eagle rotater, Scorpion roller rockers, mahle forged pistons, AFR185s,Spec Stage 2+ Clutch,Steeda Sub Frame Connectors with Seat supports,Hurst Short Throw Shifter, Mr. Gasket Hi0-Flo 180* T-Stat,Lunati VooDoo Series cam,Trickflow upper and lower intake,BBK CAI,BBK Long Tube Headers,BBK Off-Road H-Pipe,Flowmaster 40 Series Mufflers,Aluminum Driveshaft,17" Cobra R's,10000K HID's One problem after the next !!
hey i posted a thread about coolant leaking into my engine after i cleaned my throttle body and all that and i noticed you said you had the same problem. what it turns out was after i changed my oil and replaced all the gaskets, there was still so much water left in the system that it took a good 20 or 30 minutes to burn it out. the new oil is prefectly clean and i stopped getting white smoke out of the exhaust after going out and driving it for a bit. it sucked so much coolant into the engine intially that my radiator was down a considerable amount and it pulled all the coolant out of the overflow tank, so top of your coolant if youre in the same situation. thanks for replying.