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Updated on Nov 13, 2012
These pages will describe the process of building my DIY V8 miata. The drive train will consist of a mildly built 5.0, a new T5Z and a T-bird IRS with traction-lok. I will update and post images of each step of the conversion process. Enjoy and please sign my guest book! Thx.
Stop by the miata.net conversion forum to find more V8 miata conversions; V8 miata Forum
Page 1; Index Page 2; K-frame modifications for the Ford 5.0. Page 3; The modified crank pulley and clutch pedal assembly. Page 4; Engine bay cutouts Page 5; ECU placement, extended sway bar brackets, car during surgery. Page 6; Modified thermostat housing, power steering bracket and drive shaft Page 7; Traction-lok, modified throttle cable, starter and radiator. Page 8; The modified rear sub frame to mount the Ford T-bird differential.
Page 9; Transmission cross member, exhaust and battery cable routing. Page 10; Suspension and brakes Page 11; Interior and Shifter Page 12; Custom Axle Development
Page 13; Wiring & Splicing
Page 14; Headers and Exhaust
Many thanks go out to; Ed Trahan, Steve Gray and Richard Bibey!! Good friends and masters at their crafts.
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Hey I have almost finished my project. Even though I have not completed it,I was able to not only get into a car show but even place-- Thanks for the advice and here is a link--http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9RUZGov1gE
Hey I recognize those headers!! You are right about the leaky flange on the new ones, I 've gotta watch that all the time now. Awesome looking beast , great work .
Hey Joe, nice to hear from you! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.
Looks completely badass!!! Great job, 5 Stars!!!
love your car check out mine when you get a chance and feel free to drop me a message and a vote ;)
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