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  1. Project M

    96-98 Windstar swap

    I'm in Albuquerque, NM. I agree. There are many successful paths with this swap, many dependant on personal choices. There isn't one place that addresses all the variance for everyone to plot a course. I've scoured the forums. I'll will update with prices for fabrication. It will be cheaper...
  2. Project M

    96-98 Windstar swap

    I have a fabricator creating a CAD file. G10 is very hard on equipment, and a mess. Delrin is another option, we are exploring. The phenolic spacer addresses heat transfer, and lengthens the short runners on the manifold for more low end torque. Metal is not great choice for that reason. The...
  3. Project M

    96-98 Windstar swap

    If the original 12 intake bolts are not available from the Windstar, then what? Stock mustang bolts are too long from what I understand. Are people using stock mustang intake bolts with a 3/8 G10 phenolic spacer to deal with this issue? If two 1/4 phenolic spacers are used, do the stick bolts...
  4. Project M

    Windstar intake kit

    Hey, where are you located? I'm in Albuquerque.
  5. Project M

    Windstar intake kit

  6. Project M

    2000 v6 Completed Windstar Finally!! Stock Hood!

    Hi, do you still have parts or complete kits?
  7. Project M

    Windstar intake kit

    I'm in Albuquerque, if this is still available
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