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Spark Plug Wiring on a 351W

Published on June 2, 2013 by in blog

We see a lot of very messy plug wiring setups – a situation which detracts significantly from an otherwise nice under-hood setup. We recently cleaned up a 351W stroker in a Mustang that suffered from this condition. We rectified this with the following parts: 1. Taylor cut to length spiro plug wire kit #73053 2.

 
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FPA Headers 1968 Mustang with Ford 427 Crate Engine

Published on October 22, 2012 by in blog

The header choices for the 351-based Ford Boss 427 crate engine with the raised-port heads are very limited. In fact, when we did this install, FPA was the only source we could find. They are very pricey, but beautifully made. They fit perfectly on the heads, BUT fit in the engine compartment was something else

 
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1967 – 1968 Shelby Deck Lid Letters

Published on October 13, 2012 by in blog

Most Shelbys and Clones use a rear deck lid that has holes for fastening the rear letters. Unfortunately, on this 1968 Fastback, the rear deck lid is 30+ years old and the holes long covered. We scoured the Internet and found no resources for a template or even measurements on how to place the letters.

 
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