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Old 04-08-2021, 12:35 AM   #151
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it needs a wash/wax
stop making excuses

there's enough change on that center console to buy yourself few min at the coin carwash
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Old 04-08-2021, 01:01 AM   #152
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I've only got $1.95 there, takes $2.50 to get any time around here. Higher standards then Oroville. I guess I could have your alleyway neighbors clean the windshield for half that
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Old 04-08-2021, 01:06 AM   #153
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Comes with free rock through it
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Old 04-08-2021, 01:11 AM   #154
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As long as it's threw the windshield, keep locking my keys in the car, would be much easier without it.
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Old 04-09-2021, 03:17 PM   #155
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Did you end up getting Motronic to control boost through the valve?
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Old 04-09-2021, 04:37 PM   #156
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I have not tried since the exhaust but thanks for the reminder. Seems the back pressure was stopping anything over 8psi before, I've got a MBC now but would prefer to use the soleniod, gotta recheck the wiring diagrams and put it back on

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Old 04-11-2021, 12:20 AM   #157
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After some annoying driveshaft vibration I decided to install the BNE torque rods I've had around for months, much easier to adjust and very nice feel in hand.

PXL-20210410-231259615

Along with the torque rods I installed a poly transmission mount, the stock mustang one had quite a bit of bounce to it.

PXL-20210411-005810764
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Setting pinion angle I've found myself in a predicament, the 3.5" SN95 driveshaft won't go back onto the diff flange after correcting the angle at this ride height (or anything the springs will reach). It runs right into the area it's been rubbing on in the tunnel. I dropped off my coleman 2.5" shaft for balancing this morning before starting the work so hopefully it's done soon and fits.

Just to ask in case anyone knows, the engine/transmission sits at about -3.5° (down in the back), setting the diff anywhere close (-3.5°, flange up) it won't get close to fitting. I could drop the rear of the transmission some more but how much engine angle is too much?

On a side note I double checked the info i've read about BMW 24v exhaust ports being the same general size and placement, looks good enough to find a manifold that will clear the side of the head

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As far as driveline angle, I have my transmission (T5) 3.0 degrees down and my diff only 1.0 degree flange up. Mustang driveshaft, no vibration.
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What rear trailing arm bushings/bearing are you running? None under load or decel?
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What rear trailing arm bushings/bearing are you running? None under load or decel?
Zero vibration. Tremec has an iphone app that has you set your phone on each angle and it tells you go or no go. Mine was a go. I have super pro poly bushings in the trailing arms and the BNE torque rods.
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