I did something very similar with a 70 fastback. It was a 10 second pro-street car with not a stitch of interior. Redid the car and made it something fun to drive around. Cool build!
Here ya go buddy! See attached.I need another cup of sugar/wiring diagram. Do you happen to have the wiring diagram for the rear harness that controls the tail lights?
I went to the house last night before meeting up with some friends so I did some looking around for a bit. I looked everywhere for maybe a ground I missed or some kind of clue and came up empty handed. I was a pretty short visit so I didn't get to do much. So now I'm just figuring how I'm going to start tracing all stuff to get to the bottom of the problem.
I think it will struggle up top, which is generally where you find they lack the umph required.I'm with you on that I think the Cobra intake was one of the better looking ones you could get for the fox body. I'm looking at getting it ported not sure it can flow enough for the 347 without being opened up.
Definitely only go with a heavy cast aluminum cover. The sheet metal ones LMR sells leak worse then a 350 SBC. I would run the spacers. I'm committed to my OEM covers hahaNow that I'm starting to get far along in the build of the new engine there are a few things I need off of the old motor so last night I decided to start tearing it down to get it ready to remove in the next couple weeks.
I was planning on using the stock valve covers but found out last night they won't fit. I'm starting to look into options now which ever way I go I'm probably going to have to raise my upper intake to clear they which I didn't want to do but I should have enough clearance to the hood. I looked at a set from ford but I don't think there going to be any better. I also looked at spacers LMR sells but there $149 I can get a set of Holley or Anderson motorsports valve covers for that much.