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Hogstang

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About Hogstang

  • Rank
    Newbie
  • Birthday 10/02/1976

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Arkansas
  • Interests
    Mustangs, Jeep Jk Wranglers and coaching youth sports

Additional Info

  • How you found us
    The net
  • Real Name
    Chris

My SN95

  • Year
    1994
  • Model
    GT
  • Car
    Gt convertable
  • Color
    Black
  1. In search of power

    Cool, I just want to make sure it's still streetable as I hate to say it, but I have to let my wife driver it if need be. So the B303 or the E303 i can run with the stock explorer heads, or do I need to change the push rods, and springs. Thanks.
  2. In search of power

    Have access to a 98 explorer with the 5.0 and I can pretty much have the intake and heads. My question is, since I am already going to be there, I would like to know what cam people have used in the past with the GT40 heads and explorer intake. It's a 94 GT convertible with an auto. If I have to change the touqure convert I will. The car has a ton of pull on the high end, but it's a dog off the line. So I was hoping a cam, head, intake and re-gear would get it going a little better. Thanks for any info. I will of course run headers and an "H" pipe to and get rid of the EGR and MSD the ingnition.
  3. Can this be done. I have a ton of people parting those out around me, but very few 94-98's. That's really all I need to get this thing back drivable. I have taken off the lambo door kit ( some like it, but I'm 40 amd not my cup of tea) and adjusted the doors and fenders as close as I can get. It had some body kit on it from the 90's ( not my cup of tea either) and just wanting to put it back to as stock as possible. Any input? Thanks guys and gals.
  4. Interior interchange

    Also guys, I did notice that on this dash, which came out of at least a 99 or newer, the fuse box is different as well as a few other things. Do I need to take the harness and fuse box off my 94 dash and put it in the new one. Thanks again for your guys help
  5. Interior interchange

    Thanks for all the replies guys. I found a parts car and got the front half interior out of it and included the dash. Both air bags have been deployed, but I will use my steering colum and figure the other out. Anybody know the best place to get the rear "door panels" ( I don't know what to call them) and seat belts and a trunk carpet kit. Thanks again for all the replies and help. I can wait to get the interior back in it to drive it some before paint.
  6. Interior interchange

    Thanks for all the replies guys. I found a parts car and got the front half interior out of it and included the dash. Both air bags have been deployed, but I will use my steering colum and figure the other out. Anybody know the best place to get the rear "door panels" ( I don't know what to call them) and seat belts and a trunk carpet kit. Thanks again for all the replies and help. I can wait to get the interior back in it to drive it some before paint.
  7. Interior interchange

    Also, will coupe rear seats work in a convertible? That's all I can find in my local u-pull-it place and they are having a 50% off sale for the 4th this weekend.
  8. Interior interchange

    I have completely gutted the inside other than the dash, which is black on the tops side of it. How hard is it to take the dash out? Thanks.
  9. Interior interchange

    Thank you. I was wondering that cause I wanted cup holders
  10. Interior interchange

    Hey guys, First post so don't blow me up to much, but I need to know what year interior parts fit for my 94 GT. It is a vert, had a bad top and its 23 years old and needs some love on the inside. It needs door panels, center console, rear panels and of course seats. I only ask in a hurry cause my local you pull it has a few mustangs there and they are having a 50% off sale staring on Saturday and I could get everything cheap. Thanks and looking forward to learning more about the SN95 as I was a foxbody guy back in the early to mid 90's.
  11. Welcome To SN95Source.com: Hogstang

    I am not new to mustangs, having two very well built (for there time) 82 GT's. I have been out of the mustang game since 1997, but just bought me a 1994 convertible GT. It has a aftermarket hood, front and rear bumper covers and 139k original miles. It's an auto. I will build it slowly for sure as I will be on a monthly budget from the boss lady. But first up will be a tune up, and the interior has to be stripped out due to a bad top. I will keep posting as I go. Thanks for a great site to gain knowledge from.
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