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making soem pregress, stereo wire quest.
BJL Offline
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aftyer an hour conversation with my brother we coem to the concluision my cam stright out sucks. so i gonna swapp out my cam before i pul the motor and start doign a rebiuld, maybe i can save the motor.

but in themena time im put in a Walbro 255lph High Presuure pump, and got a AFPR.|
the pump i took out was a walbro, was this factory? i swapped the sendign unit form my 87 TC(RIP) about 3 years ago abut noever touched the pump, i got the part numebrs ill post later is it factory?

Wiring for stereo, i have 14gauge wire i have to shove threw the door wrieharness thing, how shoudl i got door to car, or car to door? any advic eon this? and were the heck am i gonna mount my crossovers for the fornt speakers? under passanger seat? im nto runnign massive watts through them just 45 w max! gotta have nice stereo to cancell out al the engien niose, he he.


thansk guys!

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Brian J Larkin
1988 Turbo Coupe 5spd
Twilight Blue (looks like midnight blue)
gillis boost valve, k&n cone, 3.73 gears,mild torquie cam
factory DP,high flow 2 1/2 cat, 2003 mustang take off SS mufflers and custom BJL 2 1/4 tails.
she's a junkyard resurection. She been put to rest for winter, awaitng a new rebuilt engien and turbo, and even a used trans with all the syncros.
ahh, the memories
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1986/88 Mustang lx
1988 2.3l EFI 5spd and interior
1986 chassis and rear
Tbird ways bars front and rear
Brian J Larkin
88TC 328,000 miles
T3, FMIC ,3in stinger exhaust, PimpXS ECC,gillis,
255 walbro, afpr, 5spd swap,spec clutch, sn95 5 lug, Cobra 13in front brake. Vacuum assist brake conversion. 
89 Cougar XR7 3.8SC Auto
95 Ranger Splash 3.0 auto
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natmac3 Offline
Administrator
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You can do passive crossovers really easily, even the larger passives, like the Rockford Fosgates, can mount easily and discretely behind the dash.

As for wiring thru the boot in the doorjamb, take something like an unsharpened pencil, or a hollowed-out ballpoint pen casing, and run it thru first, then use that along with some tape/ties and patience to pull the wiring.

[Oh yeah- easiest way thru is probably going to be behind the speaker going from the door into the car...]

Good Luck.

--n8

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What every bird needs

[This message has been edited by natmac3 (edited 02-29-2004).]
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Joe F Offline
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#3
I can say from experience that door-to-car IS the easiest way, for sure!

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Joe F.

My 87 TC & mod list with sources
JR's Place - My '87 Turbocoupe
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