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Old 09-09-2001, 09:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What year donner car/truck do you use for the SEFI conversion for a 302. Where is there some info on the conversion. Any information will help. Thank You Jes L.
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Any Mustang from 86 and up is a popular donor car, the only changes were made were very simple. In 88 California cars, and 89 Federal cars the air metering system was changed to Mass Air flow, from a less accurate Speed Density, and in 96 they changed to the OHC 4.6L. Other than that, they are all the same.
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also grand marquis and probably other models like continentals
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Shell out some doe and get a GT40 intake for your 302, it will be wirth it in the long run!
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<STRONG>What year donner car/truck do you use for the SEFI conversion for a 302. Where is there some info on the conversion. Any information will help. Thank You Jes L.</STRONG>
<IMG SRC="smilies/jester.gif" border="0"> I put a 89 Crown Vic 5.0 in my 76 Bronco and the installation was fairly easy . What tranny are you using ? If you need more info I would be glad to e-mail you some more details on the problems and the cures that I ran into .
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These guys can answer alot of questions.Iv got a 93 Cobra 5.0 and T5 in my 68 Mustang. http://www.windsor-fox.com
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Thanks guys I am running a NP-435 do I have to make sure I get a computer from a stick or does it matter. Also what about mass air verse speed density which one. Thank You
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