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Xporter

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Got the itch to build another mustang so I signed up here to get some modular swap info since all I've ever had was pushrod cars. Forums seem a little slow but there good info here. It sucks that all the pics that were linked to photobucket are gone.
 

Bill

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Got the itch to build another mustang so I signed up here to get some modular swap info since all I've ever had was pushrod cars. Forums seem a little slow but there good info here. It sucks that all the pics that were linked to photobucket are gone.
It does get a bit slow during some parts of the year. There are a lot of builders on here, but many have families to tend to as well. Make yourself at home and get to know us.
 

Xporter

Active Member
It does get a bit slow during some parts of the year. There are a lot of builders on here, but many have families to tend to as well. Make yourself at home and get to know us.
Family man here as well so I understand. I'll be starting a build thread once I get started with my swap.
 

Bill

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Family man here as well so I understand. I'll be starting a build thread once I get started with my swap.
One of the best things you can do is create a build book. Some people do it digitally. It lets you organize all the different ways you see of doing something. There are many ways to do some of the stuff in a complete swap. I recommend you save them all until you get ready to string them together as a build plan. Planning is YUGE in this kind of build.
 

Xporter

Active Member
One of the best things you can do is create a build book. Some people do it digitally. It lets you organize all the different ways you see of doing something. There are many ways to do some of the stuff in a complete swap. I recommend you save them all until you get ready to string them together as a build plan. Planning is YUGE in this kind of build.
Yeah, I started a build thread over on the corral for the 92 coupe when I started restoring the body and interior. I'm pretty confident on doing a clean swap and I'd like to transfer the whole harness to the 92 but I want to retain the fox interior. I just ordered an EVTM for both years which should help clarify what I need to do as far as the harness.
 

cpearson1342

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One of the best things you can do is create a build book. Some people do it digitally. It lets you organize all the different ways you see of doing something. There are many ways to do some of the stuff in a complete swap. I recommend you save them all until you get ready to string them together as a build plan. Planning is YUGE in this kind of build.
I also have a build book, it's full of wiring diagrams/pinouts, pictures, torque specs, and pretty much anything you need to do my specific swap.
 

Bill

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Merry Christmas everyone. The board is quiet this time of year, which hopefully means you are all enjoying time with friends and family.
 

Bill

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Is this site dead? Are there still alot of regulars on here?
It goes on spurts. There are about 50 regulars who are builders. There are another 50 or so that show up from time to time, but are not new. I'm a little less regular than I used to be, but maybe that is just age :)
 

Bill

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The board has been quiet for a while. I'm still status quo, in that I haven't turned many wrenches lately. Life keeps getting in the way. I have one in marching band, my third, so weekends are spent. I have an 1 1/2 one way commute, so evenings are spent. My wife drives the Mustang way more than I do. I have no complaints. The economy is booming and life is good...just busy.
 
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