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2005 3v v10 in 1965 Mustang Fastback


hi everyone,
its not very often something unique pops up to work on. we were fortunate to work on this labor of love 1965 Mustang Fastback with a fully working 2005 3v v10 back to a 5 speed trans. when i first saw it i thought to myself BSEG! I knew this would be a torque monster. Enjoy the pics and vids
thanks you for all your continued support
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dclw...ature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0FN...ature=youtu.be



 
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Mmmm, fast AND reliable. I like it.
 
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OK, I want one... and definitely a BSEG with that thing...
 
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I'm liking the hammer finish paint on the valve covers and alternator.
 
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They must have moved the firewall, and created a large tunnel . Impressive job.
 
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Impresive guys, my hats off to you guys, now add twin turbos to the beast
 
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I wonder what's going on with the little air filter on the left side there instead of the usual tube. Isn't that the PCV? I forget.
 
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That filter on the valve cover allows air into the engine, the PCV is on the driver's side. I think it's reversed from the 2-valve.

BUT WAIT - Where the heck is the MAF? I suddenly realized this because the PCV is supposed to take metered air, as in through the MAF, so the PCM knows how much air is being ingested.

Something's weird here ... the variable plenum actuator is plugged in, but I see no MAF - how is this thing running?
 
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Like I said, impossible.
-no MAF
 
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Originally Posted by Sancho View Post
They must have moved the firewall, and created a large tunnel . Impressive job.
like I said, impossible.

Engine too too big for firewall. AND; engine too wide to fit between shock towers and other steering/suspension.

5Star doctored the photos to get attention.
And/or itís a fake car that either:
1. Functionless except for photo shoots
2. Functionless except for photo shoots and dyno testing.
 
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like I said, impossible.

Engine too too big for firewall. AND; engine too wide to fit between shock towers and other steering/suspension.

5Star doctored the photos to get attention.
And/or itís a fake car that either:
1. Functionless except for photo shoots
2. Functionless except for photo shoots and dyno testing.
I own the car. The MAF is hidden behind the elbow. The CAI is two part. The exterior basically is form. The interior is 80mm with sweeping 90. All custom built by me. Functionless...... I wish you would have seen my face when I picked it up yesterday. Crazy power. 1st 2nd 3rd didn't matter it leaves rubber any time and fun to drive. If you have any questions I can answer. I spent 8 years building this car and the guys at #5startuning got it running like it's supposed to.
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I own the car. The MAF is hidden behind the elbow. The CAI is two part. The exterior basically is form. The interior is 80mm with sweeping 90. All custom built by me. Functionless...... I wish you would have seen my face when I picked it up yesterday. Crazy power. 1st 2nd 3rd didn't matter it leaves rubber any time and fun to drive. If you have any questions I can answer. I spent 8 years building this car and the guys at #5startuning got it running like it's supposed to.
Jason
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The firewall is in stock location just added hole for ecm.. Shock towers removed added mustang II suspension. Completely subframed and mini tubbed rear. Drive shaft tunnel raised 1.5 inches. Custom built headers, exhaust and oil pan. Master cylinder relocated toward firewall. It sits on air ride suspension with 4 corner adjustability.
 

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Originally Posted by Im50fast View Post
Like I said, impossible.
-no MAF
Trust me, it's possible. I used to own it.(before the V10) I watched it being built. I've ridden in it. Hell, I've even driven it! There are tons of pics of the build process he can post and pics & vids of it out on the road.

Mustangrehab, look at it this way, even though the comments were meant to be an insult, it's actually a compliment. Your car is so amazing, someone can't believe it's real.
 

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