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I'm just gonna be keeping my eye out, about 6 months from now, for when you post a pic of a Termi engine sitting on a pallet and announce your plans for the weekend. Gotta feeling it could happen

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I'm just gonna be keeping my eye out, about 6 months from now, for when you post a pic of a Termi engine sitting on a pallet and announce your plans for the weekend. Gotta feeling it could happen
I donít know, my bottom end is built better than a terminator, but I will not say that a set of c heads may or may not be in store for this thing lol.

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I'm just gonna be keeping my eye out, about 6 months from now, for when you post a pic of a Termi engine sitting on a pallet and announce your plans for the weekend. Gotta feeling it could happen <img src="https://www.allfordmustangs.com/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smilie" class="inlineimg" />
I don’t know, my bottom end is built better than a terminator, but I will not say that a set of c heads may or may not be in store for this thing lol.
that would be sweet.
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Updates dude...

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No solid updates, just driving the crap out of it. Iím trying to strategize my mods around a tune. I want to gear it but Iíll need a tune. I am thinking about a head swap right now but that would make me do exhaust and a tune. I only want to tune it once.

I think Iím settled on relocating the battery to either the trunk or the driver side and doing a b head swap. Iíve got all the parts to do it. That is, unless I find some c heads for a good price.
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I also just started a new job, the wife just had baby #3, and I am switching gears back to mustang mode. Iíve been working on my wiring harness for the coyote. I want to have it running and driving by the end of the year.
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I also just started a new job, the wife just had baby #3, and I am switching gears back to mustang mode. Iíve been working on my wiring harness for the coyote. I want to have it running and driving by the end of the year.


Congrats on the baby and the new job if I havenít told you already. Lol the way things are looking you still may beat me.


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Congratulations!!

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Wow not bad for $700.

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Congrats on everything my friend! Thats awesome. Its "AStangThang" I've lost my phone, and I've been having problems getting back on the site properly. So I'm going to be working hard on getting my original name back. See you soon brother.
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I want to find a car and coyote swap it into something like this. Nice write up and congrats on the car. Pretty sweet little ride.

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