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Sure it does. Theres PLEANTY of room for dual cans between the tranny X-member and the axle. The ONLY issue is cash to replace the y-pipe up front and emissions readings for O2/OBDII.
Hey Big D., yes a little dough and a vision you can just about make anything fit. I finally figured out how to post some pics on here. What do you think about my exhaust set up as of now?
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The riddle of scavenging and back-pressure explained. Its pretty legit.

http://www.veryuseful.com/mustang/te...Scavenging.pdf
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Hey Big D., yes a little dough and a vision you can just about make anything fit.
Yep. Its ' determination '. If you have it, anything is possible.

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What do you think about my exhaust set up as of now?
If it works for you, thats all that matters. I have to compete with Cali OBDII emissions/CARB as my state carries it. There are somethings that CAN be ' worked out ' though.
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I wish that I could do that on both sides instead of the passenger side. That Flowmaster puts out alot of heat and it would be too close to my fuel tank. I wouldn't want it to explode. I have a 20 gallon fuel tank. The only way I could do that is move the fuel tank up and switch to shorter fuel lines. But if I do that, Mine will no longer be street legal.
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Yep. Its ' determination '. If you have it, anything is possible.



If it works for you, thats all that matters. I have to compete with Cali OBDII emissions/CARB as my state carries it. There are somethings that CAN be ' worked out ' though.
What class are you running? and how did you know I got rid of a catalytic converter/resonator?
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I've always heard it doesn't but I've actually tried so I wouldn't be suprised if they can.
Yep, especially if you toss a 3" Body Lift on, opens up even more room to fit whatever else you'd like up there... I wouldn't mind putting in true duals.. but I just am not runnign enough in my engine right now to do it.. 'perhaps' if I ever decide to supercharge, then it may be worth it.
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Yep, especially if you toss a 3" Body Lift on, opens up even more room to fit whatever else you'd like up there... I wouldn't mind putting in true duals.. but I just am not runnign enough in my engine right now to do it.. 'perhaps' if I ever decide to supercharge, then it may be worth it.
I thought about that and I may have to because of the stroked 302 engine swap I'm been planning on doing. here's the specs so far. 302 stroked to 347 C.I.D, with 3D Heam rods, weisco 9.5:1 compression pistons, Plasma Moly file fit rings, Comp Cams 225 degree cam, around 72 CC's. If I go lower on the CC's I'd have to use a higher compression which I don't want. Hooker Headers and motor mounts. Holley Fuel systems has a kit for converting an engine from Carb to Fuel Injection. and a Tremec 6 speed Auto with 4.11 ratios. The trans is still up in the air though. If anybody has any suggestions please feel free to do so. This is my first Ranger swap. I've done a couple of "dimers" before but never a ranger. Oh twin turbos by Turbonetics super thumper T106 mm's.
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