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    is there any parts on the escort gt besides the motor that i can use on a festiva. also will i have everything for the bp swap. if i buy the car is there any one who wants the body (near langley b.c.)


    Mike, AKA the sasquatch
    1990 LX, bp+T/g25mr, 9psi dynoed at 194HP, turbonetics t3/to4e 57trim, haltech E6X standalone, 550cc injectors, turbosmart wastegate, synapse BOV, walbro 255 fuel pump, aeromotive FPR, AEM wideband, 3 inch exhaust, huge FMIC, 9LB flywheel, 6 puck clutch and way more parts that im forgetting i installed lol...

  • #2
    The cargo light, the front seats with some work, the mirrors. I am sure there is other stuff too.
    Brian
    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2274977



    93 GL modyfied!!!

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    • #3
      i heard that the rear brakes work, is this true


      Mike, AKA the sasquatch
      1990 LX, bp+T/g25mr, 9psi dynoed at 194HP, turbonetics t3/to4e 57trim, haltech E6X standalone, 550cc injectors, turbosmart wastegate, synapse BOV, walbro 255 fuel pump, aeromotive FPR, AEM wideband, 3 inch exhaust, huge FMIC, 9LB flywheel, 6 puck clutch and way more parts that im forgetting i installed lol...

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      • #4
        ^^it requires alot of fabrication to make the brakes work. It is not even close to a bolt on.
        Brian
        http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2274977



        93 GL modyfied!!!

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        • #5
          will i have everything i need for the swap if i get the complet car


          Mike, AKA the sasquatch
          1990 LX, bp+T/g25mr, 9psi dynoed at 194HP, turbonetics t3/to4e 57trim, haltech E6X standalone, 550cc injectors, turbosmart wastegate, synapse BOV, walbro 255 fuel pump, aeromotive FPR, AEM wideband, 3 inch exhaust, huge FMIC, 9LB flywheel, 6 puck clutch and way more parts that im forgetting i installed lol...

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          • #6
            No you have to fabricate mounts & flanges to swap the rear brakes over.
            It's a good thing you don't read the stickies, you might of learned something.Poverty produces creativity

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            • #7
              Also your brake bias will be wrong. You will probably hit the brakes the first time at a good speed and wonder why the rear end is facing the wrong way. You need the proportioning valve as well.

              Thanks

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              • #8
                thats not good thanks for the info.
                where are you in b.c.


                Mike, AKA the sasquatch
                1990 LX, bp+T/g25mr, 9psi dynoed at 194HP, turbonetics t3/to4e 57trim, haltech E6X standalone, 550cc injectors, turbosmart wastegate, synapse BOV, walbro 255 fuel pump, aeromotive FPR, AEM wideband, 3 inch exhaust, huge FMIC, 9LB flywheel, 6 puck clutch and way more parts that im forgetting i installed lol...

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by sasquatch
                  thats not good thanks for the info.
                  where are you in b.c.
                  The Island.

                  Thanks

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                  • #10
                    is that the island of doom or the island of happiness ? i like the island of happiness better, you never die and you dont have to pay taxes, its awesome!!!


                    Mike, AKA the sasquatch
                    1990 LX, bp+T/g25mr, 9psi dynoed at 194HP, turbonetics t3/to4e 57trim, haltech E6X standalone, 550cc injectors, turbosmart wastegate, synapse BOV, walbro 255 fuel pump, aeromotive FPR, AEM wideband, 3 inch exhaust, huge FMIC, 9LB flywheel, 6 puck clutch and way more parts that im forgetting i installed lol...

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