The razzi kit is pretty nice. i have one on my car and they fit perfectly. www.razzi.com
I was at the point of getting a new sporty performance car, but with some room in it. After seeing there was not much to choose from, I decided instead of spending $25,000 and up for a cookie cutter car, I would put $10,000 into my very clean Bird. When done, it will be a car that runs Great, looks sharp, and has room for 4 full size adults very comfortably. I will insure it at its real value instead of book price when done.riced2max said:Uhh that's $6000 My car isn't even worth that much :/
Since mine is not a daily driver, and I live in Tennessee, which has no inspections, I am going with a carburator. Since yours will be a daily driver, fuel injection is the way to go. With the AFR 185 heads, this engine developes 531HP, so should be quick. <a href="http://www.paxtonauto.com/"> Paxton </a> is developing a kit for carburated small block Fords now. If needed, I can always put in another cam, and add that latter.mRbojangles said:are you planning on going fuel injected or carb on the 392... im in the process of putting a 351 into my bird also and i think im gonna go the fuel injected way even though it's a lil more expensive, but it will be more reliable than carb cuz its my daily driver, any thoughts of wheather to go carb or fuel injected??