1994 Cougar XR7 DOHC/5-Speed
#30 for sure. The pulley looks pretty small, so i’d Guess 9psi
As long as you go through the testing to get that CARB EO number proving it won't harm emissions, you are good.I can't believe it's CARB legal for CA; I didn't think you could do that.
You have to jump through hoops to get big power to be legal here in CA.We hear such horror stories about the "Evil California", lol.
Post up in the admin thread, with your original info; there's a process to recover your account.On another note unless I had to create a new username in not sure why I’m a newbie. I’ve been researching this page since I was 15. I remember the sketch of the yellow Thunderbird that’s always looked so awesome!
The surname Gunn often denotes someone of scottish descent from the Clan Gunn. Those folks were originally vikings who liked Scotland and stayed.We hear such horror stories about the "Evil California", lol.
We have no rules here, basically.
I ran across a name that made me think of you, yesterday; A Gunn was involved in the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos in WWII, and triggered a thought.
Did you end up buying this car?Anyone ever heard of a 4.00 rear end? I’m looking at buying a 96 t bird Allen supercharged and guy is telling me the rear end tag says 4.00 and he and a bunch of gear heads are baffled. It’s a 8.8 rear end, car is really clean and can get it for $3500.
Car has a 97 Crown Vic motor and trans in it. It’s a 4.6 v8. I can’t figure out how to upload a video but from what he’s sent me car runs really good. Thoughts?