Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Cherry Hill, New Jersey
I just installed the Taylor Aluminum box in my 92 and ran it long ways. For the outer bolt I had go through the framerail (you will need a long drill bit for this) and the inner bolt I drilled a hole about an inch from the spare tire well. I put the box about an inch in front of the plug since I didn't want it sitting on it. The Taylor box comes with a template too which makes it nice and easy to drill and install. You will also have to cut the threaded rod a couple inches for the inner rod since it will hit the hatch and you dont want to bust that glass.
Just make sure you bolt up the threaded rod before you put the the tank back up. I had the tank all bolted up and ready to go and realized the I forgot to put the nut on the rod by the spare tire well. So I had to rip it off and start all over again.
Also make sure you ground your block from where the original ground wire was on from the battery to the Sway bar bushing plate. Along with the ground on the back of course.
92 LX Hatch
SBE, AFR 165 heads, B-303 cam, 1.7 Rockers, Crane Pushrods, FRPP Lifters, Edelbrock Performer Intake, 70mm BBK TB, 75mm Pro-M MAF, AC/Smog deleted, Flex Fan, K&N, March Pulleys
Spec Stage 2 clutch, Steeda cable, firewall adjuster, Aluminum driveshaft, Pro 5.0 shifter, 3.73 gears, BBK rear upper/lower control arms, Ford Racing Tach, Taylor battery trunk mount, MSD 6-AL, MMFL Sub-Frame Connectors, Nitto 555R's
13.08 et 108.08 mph 1.98 60'