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I've got most of the donor parts from this car that
I need to get outta my garage.
5.0 - 130K miles - 175-185PSI all cylinders - ran great - T-5 Clutch-Bellhousing etc.
Wire harness and computer
suspension arms
gage pod

car ran great when I tore it down.

Let me know if you're interested.
Jim Thomas
h - 614-855-1956
w - 614-890-4978
 

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Speed Density or Mass Air?
 

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'87 and non-California '88 were speed density, the rest are mass air as far as I know.

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If the price is right, don't let speed density scare you away. Speed density cars run great, and if you want to do some major mods you can convert to mass air easily later.
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If you are going to leave the motor completely stock, speed density is actually better. The sensor is less restrictive plus the cam profile on 87-88 is more aggressive, even though it shows the same specs as later cams. You can't use the SD for the spec racers though. Mass air is better at adapting to performance mods and increased air flow.

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