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1994 Ford Lightning GT40 Upper Intake

Does anyone know if anyone sells a new gt40 upper intake plenum for a 1994 Lightning? My buddy's just cracked and needs to be replaced. Also if not, even a used one would work. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Old 10-11-2013, 05:05 PM
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If you can't find anything here or on the Lightning sites, try the Corral or other Mustang related classified forums, since it wont matter if the GT-40 upper comes off of a 302 or 351.
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Can it be welded?
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Can it be welded?
He had it welded for the EGR, but would like another one if possible. I know another guy I spoke to said a company out of Texas makes them. I haven't been able to find any yet.
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if he can get his repaired for under $300 thats the way to go.

expect to pay close to $350 for a real gt40 upper in good condition, $500-600 if its got a lower

worst case run an internal egr explorer cast upper.
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