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Oh very nice!Did a little mock up at my lunch today. Right now it's looking like the battery tray will be in the way, and my master cylinder is really close. Was not aware those two things would/might be an issue. See how my kit is different? The one I got bolts to the side of the frame rail with one bolt on the bottom. The one on their site bolts just from the bottom and inside of the frame. Overall I understand how it goes together, but the lake of specifics really bugs me. I'm just guessing on what stock parts need to be removed/ looking at pics on the AJE FB page. I've read similar frustrations from mustang guys using AJE products but at least with them they have enough people using it they can share what needs done and help each other out.
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Sticking with ford in this build; This is a photo from the builder before It got crated up, I'll post more photos of the engine when I get to painting the block in the spring time.10k? A forged, boost ready 632ci shortblock is 6k. Heads another 3k..
That's too generalized of a statement. With my transmission gearing 3.55's make my first gear pretty long. Going through neighborhoods and what not I'm in first or lugging in second. But yes turbo's like load. Except mine doesnt need any help spooling at all. Dropping down would be awful. Highway cruising is pretty good right now even at 75. I've done all the calculations and 3.73 make most sense but like I said on the track 3.55's work well. Will have to see what it does this year. Probably get kicked out this year anyways so maybe next year ill make a change.Turbos like a little higher gearset than an N/A setup anyways. In a vehicle as light as a RCSB ranger there's definitely nothing wrong with 3.55s.. especially one that's v8 powered. id almost be tempted to drop down to something in the 3.2x range.
This is my issue. I wanted to be one of those guys and get a high ram intake which is massive. The lower fits fantastic but the top hat well..Your strut tower brace is flat in the middle. Mine comes to a point. I could see why your design is better for fitting a variety of intake mani's. But I dont have any issues.