1991 Ford Mustang Notchback Turbo LSX drag car (Flowery Branch) $15500


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1991 Ford Mustang odometer: 300 paint color : black type : coupe drive : rwd fuel : other transmission : automatic title status : clean cylinders : 8 cylinders

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1991 Notchback in Atlanta, GA area, original 4 cylinder car 300 miles on this build, unknown on the body but it is exempt on mileage. $ 15,500 Cash firm. Only trade I would consider is $ 10,000 and a 56-57 Chevy Project car
-L33 5.3 with stock short block
-New rings, bearings
-ARP rod bolts
-All new gasket set with LS9 multilayer steel head gaskets
-AJE Kmember and mounts
-Custom 2.5″ stainless steel turbo kit tig welded and back purged
-ARP head studs
-Lunati 227/233 cam
-317 heads with a valve job
-Holley Hi-Ram intake manifold for cathedral port heads
-Dual valve springs and Ti retainers
-Comp Double roller chain
-Comp pushrods
-Comp Magnum Lifters
-C5 corvette accessory drive
-Custom braided stand alone 411 Harness for 411 Fbody ECU
-Comp Trunion upgrade
-Frozen Boost A2W intercooler 1500 cfm
-Frozen boost heat exchanger
-Frozen boost water tank
-Rule 2000 pump with 1″ lines
-Borg Warner Forced Inductions S480 cast 80mm compressor turbo with 92mm turbine and 1.10 AR turbine housing
-C6 manifolds bought used
-ARP Just about everything from oil pan bolts to cover bolts.
-Fbody Pan bought used
-New Corvette alternator
-New Corvette SFI dampner
-New Corvette power steering pump
-Corvette AC bracket should someone want to hook up AC
-MSD 2 step
-Twin EMusa 38mm Wasteagates
-Halman Pro manual boost controller.
-Nick Williams 92mm throttle body.
-All new Sensors
-Turbo scavenge pump
-AN braided PS line and conversion fittings
-Tial 50mm blow off valve
-BD racing aluminum 10 gallon fuel cell
-160lb Bosch injectors
-Aeromotive Eliminator fuel pump
-AN -10 fiber Braided Line front to back and fittings from Orme Brothers
-Pre and post filters by Earls and I believe one is Aeromotive for E85
-Runs on either E85 or gas
-Aeromotive Billet Fuel pump controller
-Weldon rising rate fuel pressure regulator with -10 feed and return
Trans and drivetrain:
-Jake’s Performance 4L80E Stage 2 automatic or manual shift
-Circle D converter Single Disk Billet Converter
-Custom Kilduff Shifter
-Built 8.8 rear end
-3.27 brand new gears
-Strange 35 spline axles
-Strange Light weight Chromoly spool
-Welded tubes
-Ultimater diff cover
-Strange c-clip eliminators
-Custom 3″ driveshaft of DOM steel
-Forged 1350 Mark Williams Transmission Slip Yolk
-Strange 1350 conversion Pinion Yolk
-UPR double adjustable uppers solid
-UPR single adjustable lowers solid
-Solid Diff mounts for uppers
-Anti-Roll bar by Baseline Suspension
-Subframe connectors
-Torque box reinforcement kit welded in
-Strange Single adjustable front with coil over conversion
-Front 14-175 coil over springs
-Strange Single Adjustable Rear
-MM tubular A arms with SN95 5 lug conversion
-New rear springs
-Reiners instant center lower control arm brackets
-Wolfe 10 point weld in cage
-Forged swing out bar kit
-2nd set of Billet Specialties 15×10 rear wheels with used 28/10.50/15 MT stiff wall slicks
-HP tuners 3 bar tune
-AGX wideband
-Griffin Radiator
-Afco coolant tank
-Dual Spal 10″ High Performance fans
-SN95 front brakes basically stock
-New rear Brakmotive drilled and slotted rear brakes and pads
-Team Z factory proportioning block delete
-Ford Racing adjustable proportioning valve
-Battery relocation
-Rear Cut off Switch
-Jegs 15×7 front wheels and 15×8 rear wheels (pictured) with 275/60/15 Nitto 555r tires on just for driving around
-Window net and install kit yet to be installed
-Aluminum Fire wall
-AN stainless brake lines and conversion fittings where needed
Probably a lot more that I am forgetting, but I do have receipts for just about everything. I have over $ 23,000 invested in new parts not even counting install and build time on everything. Interior is pretty basic at this point. Just stock seats in the front, rear deleted/removed. 5 point cam lock harness on the driver’s side. It has a stereo but it is just kind of laid in there for now. Dash is just some Fbody Camaro Z28 gauges strapped in temporarily. I planned to put a tablet in there for the gauges, but really can’t throw more money in at this point. New black carpet is in it. There is an exhaust leak on the passenger side. I am unsure at this time what it might be. The new hi torque mini-starter needs shimming I believe. There are some scratches on the front and rear glass as well as the driver’s side and passenger side windows. These are not overly deep, but if you drag your nail across the glass you can feel them. 1/4 windows seem good.
Almost all parts were bought new and have about 300 miles and 4 1/4 mile passes on them. Car is 95% done and will drive. It has only been down the track a couple times for testing on low boost and has a best of 12.1 137 mph in the 1/4 on low boost (15 psi) spinning through the 1/8 mile on drag radials. It just needs the suspension dialed in and the tune tweaked for whatever fueling you choose. I was never able to get a good pass on the car at test and tune nights. Looking at the suspension stuff it needs some adjustments. The longer I have this car, the more I will get it dialed in and completed. Once it is running a consistent number the price will go up. Car now has the MSD 2 step and 3rd gear spool mod: (https://sites.google.com//everything. . ./4l80esloppytransbrake) to build 15 psi on the line which it did not have last year.
If you want any additional photos, video of the car or anything else please contact me. The car is currently running on E85 (80% actually) but I can include a starter tune for gasoline/race gas if you want as well as the current HPtuners E85 tune. This is not a daily driver. It was built to be a drag racing car. I have taken it as far as 30 miles each way to car shows however and it did fine. Again if you have any questions please contact me before purchase.

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