SAP front on a wagon looks so freaking awesome! Lets see the wheels on there!
Thanks for clearing that up for me. Looks like i'll be going to my local hydraulic hose shop to get one custom made.do a lightweight flywheel and clutch kit while its out. trust me, it wakes the car up. hands down the svtf swap was the best thing i did to mine. what cfm means is that the parts of the line that connect to teh pum and the rack will get cut off and re used to make the proper connections for the new line. as ford uses special fittings. i think karls kit eliminates teh need t ocut the old line. but you may want to be sure. ( i myself would like to get a real tube and fin cooler up front for powersteering and oil, as my stuff is old and after i auto-x it i see a puddle of steering fluid by the drivers side tire)
Thanks man, means a lot to me. It's been a long and slow process but I love it.I love that you just keep re-vamping this car. It's looked fantastic in every iteration you've made it into.
So, a complete engine, basically. Nice, looks like I scored big time. Thanks for the info on this.That's a Ford reman longblock, would have been complete from pan to valve cover.
What was wrong with the SVT? Shame to see a driver scrapped for a powertrain swap into another car.