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    Richard

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    1994
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    V6
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    1994 Mustang
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    Orange

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  1. Been awhile, but making progress around work and other projects. 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200502134311518_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr Stock bottom end. IMG_20200503_100404 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200503_105212 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Installed Canton windage tray with Ford performance oil pan. The windage tray took more modification to make work than I would have liked for the price point, but it worked well. IMG_20200503_105128 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200503_105138 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Ford Performance E cam and stewart high flow water pump IMG_20200503_123813 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Ford performance aluminium heads with comp cams springs, roller rockers and push rods. 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200516102117149_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200516114213223_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200516114221751_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr Using explorer intake - i like the look at its the best value. One of the best ford made intakes and close to even the aftermarket performance at junk yard prices. 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200518104340136_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200518_113420 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Old Ford Blue IMG_20200518_122723 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200518144609986_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr Painted the rest an aluminium colour 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200517153000902_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200517153008254_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr Test fitting everything 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200518145440825_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200518145732960_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200518145724676_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200518145743832_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200518145758071_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200518145751970_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr Painted the T5 as well, along with BBK 75mm throttle body and alternator I took apart. 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200524121051975_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200524_142842 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200524_142511 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Test fit Steed Tri Ax and Like Wise shifter. 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200524141803236_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20200524141754684_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr I'm also building a new detached garage now. The concrete just got poured, so I'll be starting construction soon. Thinking I'll finish the garage before the car.
  2. Been busy... crazy busy with work and now I'm also trying to build a detached garage. Fun Fun Fun! Second engine wasn't the best. It was bored 60 over, not desirable - also the crank was not in great shape. Not blaming seller, but disappointed in the quality of the reman. So taking the good parts off that engine and going back to the first engine. Good news was that it had a more aggressive cam than what the seller told me it had :) IMG_20200105_130707 by Richard Brown, on Flickr I've received pretty much every part I need. I've been busy cleaning everything up - smoothing/mild porting the intake and heads. IMG_20200105_130711 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200222_092010 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200222_092024 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200222_091944 by Richard Brown, on Flickr I'm using the trickflow SN95 elbow. Anyone wondering on fitment on the explorer intake, i did need to do a few modification. I'd like to give trickflow the benefit of the doubt on fitment for their application, but this also isn't an uncommon setup... First, the finish inside the elbow wasn't ideal. For a "made in USA" product, it seemed more china made looking. So I smoothed that out. IMG_20200222_100623 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200222_100632 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200222_103941 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Second, the hardware included was only studs for the throttle body side. I had to pull the studs from my old intake and install them on the new one. When I put the elbow on there was no was a nut was going to fit on the top left... so I had to grind a good chunk off. I'm assuming trickflow has special hardware included on their intake? I don't know there was done of material there, no need to have it so tight. The bottom right stud is also a bit too long - it doesn't interfere, but this nut will need to go on first. IMG_20200222_112827 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200222_112841 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200222_114125 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20200222_112823 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Overall it will work and looks good. IMG_20200222_103955 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Done making a mess now. Did a final clean of the shop and once I do a final clean of the parts assembly will begin!! IMG_20200222_124155 by Richard Brown, on Flickr
  3. So coyote swap was abandoned... The getrag wasn't going to work. Adding up the cost of a t56 plus all the little items along the way wasn't going to be cost effective. I also ended up buying a house. So doing a SBF! Ended up finding a pair of mustangs for a good deal. Pulled the parts off to do the swap. IMG_8814 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_8816 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20190911_200138 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20190915190438294_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20190916_194201 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Once I had the engine torn down and began parts shopping, ended up finding another engine with a built top end already. So bought that to save some money. I do have a volvo wagon that could eventually use the other block... IMG_20191012_112146 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20191123085446116_COVER by Richard Brown, on Flickr Went with an explorer intake and have been doing so light porting/clean up. I'm almost ready to start assembling everything again. IMG_20191124_142253 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_20191125_162702 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Soon I'll get the suspension bolted up on the car and be able to move it to my house... once I dig it out. IMG_20190629_144336 by Richard Brown, on Flickr I also sold my Work wheels since they won't fit around the coilovers. Went with a GT350R style wheel in liquid graphite. Very excited to get these on the car! IMG_4391 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_4389 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_4392 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_4388 by Richard Brown, on Flickr
  4. Thanks, still have it! - haven't done much, but will be starting on building a new motor for it soon.
  5. Hey! It's been awhile... Life got busy... Bought a house, changed jobs (very happy now) and did some other shit. Still have the SN95, but switched directions and just doing a SBF. Still have my F150 - added 2 sn95 parts cars. Oh, and a Volvo.. IMG_1950 by Richard Brown, on Flickr
  6. Yes, it is sell it sells. If not then I have no problem keeping it. Just didn't have as much free time as I thought.
  7. One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.
  8. Tore apart the old engine. The pistons and connecting rods broke in the rear 2 cylinders. My best guess is the connecting rods broke, which is a weak point. The piston pins were still attached to the connecting rod. The pistons were shattered. Other than the hole in the side it did minimal damage. There's a couple little nicks on the head. The cylinders are oddly clean, no gouges and only a bit of minor scoring in one cylinder. The crank seemed clean, would have to pull it out to see for sure. I'll also need to pull the cam to see if its damaged. 2017-11-29_04-53-21 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-53-04 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Pixel 2 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Pixel 2 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-52-29 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-52-39 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-52-13 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-51-58 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 2017-11-29_04-51-33 by Richard Brown, on Flickr
  9. I guess the question is why V2 now? Well the engine blew. Thankfully it happened at a track and it could easily be dealt with, damage being isolated to just the engine. I hate doing repairs, but very much enjoy doing upgrades which I now have the opportunity to do. I would like to do something unique again, but the only regret I have with the previous build was not driving it enough. While it ran good, it always had some quirks which is expected. I wanted to do a setup that would provide great power, reliability and drivability. There was really very little debate on going with a coyote swap, so here we go! IMG_4509 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_4512 by Richard Brown, on Flickr I currently have a coyote swap kit – pretty much the entire mustang GT minus the body, rear end, interior and suspension. This kit however is for my dad’s 56 ford, which will also be receiving a coyote swap. I’ll be using it to test fit some components like the getrag transmission before ordering what I need. I have also received all the Maximum Motorsports front suspension componets to make the swap happen – tubular k-member, coilover kit for my tokico struts, tubular A arms, and bump steer kit. IMG_0984 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_0987 by Richard Brown, on Flickr The first step was to remove all the old components and start from scratch. IMG_0989 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_0998 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_0995 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1000 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_0994 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Then the old suspension. IMG_1006 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1005 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1004 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1003 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1002 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_1001 by Richard Brown, on Flickr
  10. Hello! I wanted to start a fresh build thread for V2 of Project NoPulp. I figured people would be interested in my process of coyote swapping, so I’ll do my best to document it. A bit of a summary of V1 – the car was purchased as a father-son project in Feb 2007, I was 12 years old at the time. The idea was to do something a bit different. We ended up rebuilding the entire car and swapped a 4.2 V6 from a F150 and supercharged it using the M112 from a cobra. I did a more in depth write up on Speedhunters: http://www.speedhunters.com/2016/06/orange-no-pulp-different-kind-mustang/ speedhunters mustang by Richard Brown, on Flickr Here’s just a few photos of the build to give you an idea. 3.3 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 1 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 7 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 8 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 9 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 10 by Richard Brown, on Flickr 11 by Richard Brown, on Flickr Finished Result: NoPulp by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_5113 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_5126 by Richard Brown, on Flickr IMG_5160 by Richard Brown, on Flickr
  11. There's no active trump thread for me to derail here!

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