‘93 Mustang LX
She must take after momma!! 9-)
Pretty sure this is right. 3" stock steel and 3.5" aluminum FMS unit.Email the CEO of 3M too…
I thought the Stangs came with 3” - but ya’ll are the experts. I think the aftermarket AL units are usually 3.5”.
The article mentions the XFI model. Those were fairly rare and were a "factory fuel sipper". LOL. They had a different engine calibration (computer), a cam that enhanced low rpm torque, and the trans had a taller gear in fifth to get those rpm down (2500rpm at 50mph stock). I don't think they went as far as the Hondas with their "lean burn" cars in that same period that used an actual Wideband sensor to really lean the a/f out during low load conditions, though.When you think of collector cars, all sorts of iconic names come to mind. Like the 1965-66 Ford Mustang. Or the 1955-57 Chevy Nomad. And this list goes on and on. But the one brand that doesn’t make anyone’s list is the Geo Metro. Yes, the Metro, those super simple econoboxes of the 1990s that...barnfinds.com
Hopefully that solves the problem. You think the new one will hit with only 1/8” difference? Of course, 1/8” ride height change is pretty much nothing.Broke down and ordered a custom 3" x .125" wall aluminum driveshaft from Shaftmasters today. Shoulda done it long ago. It'll sit 1/8" closer to the tunnel than my 2.75" does -- so I'll raise the ride height of the car by 1/8". Voila.