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  1. 1968 Mustang 289 Holley 600 CFM fuel pump gph?

    Classic Tech
    Hello; I have a 1968 Mustang w/289, edelbrock intake, performance cam, hooker headers & dual exhaust. I am replacing the carburetor with a new Holley 600 cfm #0-80457S. What is the minimum gph fuel flow required? The car has an OEM fuel pump & I wanted to know if I need to get a higher gph fuel...
  2. 1984 carbureted 5.0 mustang stalls while driving. Do I need a new carburetor?

    5.0L Tech
    I've had my 1984 5.0 mustang for about six years. For several years it has been stalling out while driving down the road. If I let it sit a few minutes, it will start back up and go for a little bit before doing it again. It used to only do it when going up a hill. Now it does it any time. Any...
  3. 1997 Mustang GT won't run. Please help!

    4.6L Tech
    1997 Mustang GT 4.6 sohc manual trans. Okay so i was headed to work from school on some back roads. When my right side of the car went a little off the edge of the road. There is a pretty tall shoulder here to it was pretty rough and the car shook violently as i went off then tried to get it...
  4. 1994 Mustang - engine runs rough

    Introductions
    I ran out of fuel and was lucky enough to get to the gas station. the engine was really clunking and misfiring it seemed. so i put in some gas and started it up thinking the problem would be solved. instead, it still ran rough and white smoke would thrust out of the left exhaust pipe only. the...
  5. fuel system mapping help

    2005-2010 Mustang GT Tech
    I have an 06 GT. recently installed cold air intake, throttle body, and performance headers. Now my emissions light came on, when the computer is hooked up, it says its running too lean. Is there a way to adjust my fuel injectors, or is there a way to map my system without taking it to shop?
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