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My 1989 Coupe LS2/4L60 build - Project Blue Hair (LS2 build done!)

Hello everybody! I figured I would share my build on here for fun as well as for those who may have questions about this type of swap. My main goal with this build was simplicity. It is a street car that is a light, no options, plain looking, deceiving beast. I started with a 1989 4 cylinder 5 speed coupe that was owned by a grandma. I bought it as a roller and went from there.

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- LS2 with 243 heads, JE Pistons, LS6 intake, Tick custom grind cam, 42LB injectors
- 4L60E with a full manual transgo HD3 kit, beast shell, band, Hughes frictions, corvette servo, and a Vigilante 3600 rpm converter.
- Headman mid-length headers with full 3" X-pipe and magnaflow bullet style mufflers
- 8.8 with 3.90 gears
- Tubular front end, 14" x 130 lb coil-overs, front 90-10s, rear strange shocks, 4 wheel disc brakes.
- Painless chassis harness, standalone engine harness made from an LS1 unit
- Manual brakes, trans, steering, windows, and even mirrors!

When first bought: sat for 4 years



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The engine bay evolution



Panels to cover HVAC holes




Front suspension



The engine - 01 5.3 (you may recodnize the Fairmont as the Vanilla Gorilla from Street Outlaws!)



After final mock-up. I used a CTSV pan with my PA racing K-member


Underneath


Transmission



Exhaust


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The cooling system. I used a Team Z lower core support and a Donathan Racing bumper support. The radiator is from Summit and is a dual pass. The fan is from a Taurus and is controlled by a Volvo relay.





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After stripping the original wiring I began to install the Painless kit. I mounted the fuse box near the passenger floor board.




I mounted the starter solenoid in the trunk next to the battery




For the engine wiring i made a PCM mount and put it under the dash behind the glovebox. Easy access to everything.







I used the factory gauge cluster and mounted all new gauges in a piece of carbon fiber I cut up. Turned out really slick!




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Final updates

On the interior I bought some black carpet but have already removed all sound deadener and foam behind paneling. The B&M shifter is mounted in a Holcomb plate wraped in a stock 5 speed shift boot for a subtle look. I also removed the center console and e-brake hardware.




The final engine bay shot as it is today. Simple and clean just how I wanted.



Exterior - Summit drag thrust wheels with 275/50/15 MT ET streets in the rear. This car is snappy and had broke many hearts already with more to come!




Please let me know any questions you may have. i have detailed pictures from every single aspect of this build that I can use to help.

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I love everything about the build. The licence plats is awesome.
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I love everything about the build. The licence plats is awesome.
Thank you! The license plate was too good not to use, it could mean so many things.

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take it to the track yet? looks good, very similar when I did mine about 9 years ago.

93 Coupe, Reef Blue, a/c, 3:55's, 10 holes,
1/8 6.56 @ 103.23 mph, 1/4 10.37 @ 128.49 mph 1.43 6/06/15
1/8 Nos 6.06 @ 114.71 mph 1.38 12/16/15
1/4 Nos 9.879 @ 135.29 mph 1.39 12/19/15
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I haven't taken it yet but I am itching to bad! I am hoping for mid to low 11s. I think that seems reasonable with how the car feels. The tracks won't open back up for a couple months yet and the car will soon lose more weight and get a custom grind so who knows where it will be at. How quick did yours go?
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mine went 11:60's all stock 4 cylinder suspension and interior, with 275/60 Dr's, 3:73's, 4l60e yank 3200 conv, 98 TransAm motor with cam only Texas speed 585 lift 225 dur and BBK 351W headers with LS1 flanges and A/C. that car was so much fun and easy to drive. Little bit of Nitrous and it went 10:80's

93 Coupe, Reef Blue, a/c, 3:55's, 10 holes,
1/8 6.56 @ 103.23 mph, 1/4 10.37 @ 128.49 mph 1.43 6/06/15
1/8 Nos 6.06 @ 114.71 mph 1.38 12/16/15
1/4 Nos 9.879 @ 135.29 mph 1.39 12/19/15
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mine went 11:60's all stock 4 cylinder suspension and interior, with 275/60 Dr's, 3:73's, 4l60e yank 3200 conv, 98 TransAm motor with cam only Texas speed 585 lift 225 dur and BBK 351W headers with LS1 flanges and A/C. that car was so much fun and easy to drive. Little bit of Nitrous and it went 10:80's
That sounds right to me. I think low 11s should be where I am at capability wise. Any pics of your car?

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gauges in glove box, nitrous panel under ashtray door. 10 holes redrilled to 5 lug (Wilwoods) and back rims widened too 9". Sleeper status



93 Coupe, Reef Blue, a/c, 3:55's, 10 holes,
1/8 6.56 @ 103.23 mph, 1/4 10.37 @ 128.49 mph 1.43 6/06/15
1/8 Nos 6.06 @ 114.71 mph 1.38 12/16/15
1/4 Nos 9.879 @ 135.29 mph 1.39 12/19/15
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has 2 stages of nitrous now

93 Coupe, Reef Blue, a/c, 3:55's, 10 holes,
1/8 6.56 @ 103.23 mph, 1/4 10.37 @ 128.49 mph 1.43 6/06/15
1/8 Nos 6.06 @ 114.71 mph 1.38 12/16/15
1/4 Nos 9.879 @ 135.29 mph 1.39 12/19/15
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car still looks the same but just a few upgrades now. Driveline and suspension.

93 Coupe, Reef Blue, a/c, 3:55's, 10 holes,
1/8 6.56 @ 103.23 mph, 1/4 10.37 @ 128.49 mph 1.43 6/06/15
1/8 Nos 6.06 @ 114.71 mph 1.38 12/16/15
1/4 Nos 9.879 @ 135.29 mph 1.39 12/19/15
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I'm glad you showed a pic of the lower rad support. Didnt know they made one. Just ordered mine today as mine was messed up. thanks

93 Coupe, Reef Blue, a/c, 3:55's, 10 holes,
1/8 6.56 @ 103.23 mph, 1/4 10.37 @ 128.49 mph 1.43 6/06/15
1/8 Nos 6.06 @ 114.71 mph 1.38 12/16/15
1/4 Nos 9.879 @ 135.29 mph 1.39 12/19/15
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I have definitely seen your pics of this car before! I just didn't realize it was you. I absolutely love how stock it looks! Your wheels are going to be awesome after you widen them, I saw your post on the wheel threads.

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thanks, I have them now and they fit great. Just waiting for that lower brace from team z. didnt even know they made something like that.

93 Coupe, Reef Blue, a/c, 3:55's, 10 holes,
1/8 6.56 @ 103.23 mph, 1/4 10.37 @ 128.49 mph 1.43 6/06/15
1/8 Nos 6.06 @ 114.71 mph 1.38 12/16/15
1/4 Nos 9.879 @ 135.29 mph 1.39 12/19/15
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thanks, I have them now and they fit great. Just waiting for that lower brace from team z. didnt even know they made something like that.
Team Z makes some nice parts. Here is a link to stangTVs install of it.
Project 666: Travel Limiter, Wing, and Radiator Support From Team Z - StangTV

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Stay away from Team z LS fox k-members...theres 3-4 transmissions that don't fit because the motor sits to high..

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hey, curious why did you lay your radiator at an angle?

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hey, curious why did you lay your radiator at an angle?
I tried mounting it in the traditional way but the intake bend would have been extremely tight. My core support was also bent up a bit so I just decided to go ahead and tuck it into the bumper and use a tubular bumper support. I would be lying if I said it wasn't also just to try it for fun haha.
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TopNotchLSX: I love your car!! I'm looking to start a project and do something similar to yours. Do you mind saying how much you picked up the car for originally? I'm trying to figure out a good ballpark price to buy a non-running Fox (hatch or notch). Thank you!!

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TopNotchLSX: I love your car!! I'm looking to start a project and do something similar to yours. Do you mind saying how much you picked up the car for originally? I'm trying to figure out a good ballpark price to buy a non-running Fox (hatch or notch). Thank you!!
Thank you! I bought mine for $500 but it wasn't easy to find because of the manual windows and lack of rust. Everybody seems to want a million bucks for crappy Foxes anymore.

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Sweet swap!

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Thank you! I bought mine for $500 but it wasn't easy to find because of the manual windows and lack of rust. Everybody seems to want a million bucks for crappy Foxes anymore.
Thanks! I found an '84 hatch on Craigslist with the stock 8.8 rear (no motor, trans, or seats) for $800. It has the '93 front clip. I haven't looked at it in person, so i'm unsure of the amount of rust. Assuming little to no rust & body in decent shape, does that sound like an ok price to you?

I really appreciate the feedback! I'm trying to learn as much as possible about all of this in preparation of doing a Fox build with a 5.3 & 4L60E (much like your build)

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Thanks! I found an '84 hatch on Craigslist with the stock 8.8 rear (no motor, trans, or seats) for $800. It has the '93 front clip. I haven't looked at it in person, so i'm unsure of the amount of rust. Assuming little to no rust & body in decent shape, does that sound like an ok price to you?

I really appreciate the feedback! I'm trying to learn as much as possible about all of this in preparation of doing a Fox build with a 5.3 & 4L60E (much like your build)
Sounds like a fair deal if it is a clean car.
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Hey TopNotchLSX,

I have a question about your transmission. Did you buy it stock (used) and then added all the goodies? (the full manual transgo HD3 kit, beast shell, band, Hughes frictions, corvette servo, and a Vigilante 3600 rpm converter), OR did you buy a trans with all the upgrades already installed? I'm trying to decide if I should buy a junkyard 4L60E & beef it up with similar parts to yours, or if I should buy a complete trans from a place like Performance Automotive & Transmission Center (PATC). I found them in a google search...I have no clue what kind of reputation they have in the LSx community, but their stuff looks really stout. 700R4, 700 Raptor Transmission from PATC, 700R4 4L60E 48RE 4L80E
Thanks for your help!!

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Man that's a sweet build.. I'm doing mine as we speak... I also threw away the body harness that was behind the dash... Do you have the part number for the painless kit you used and what did you think of it?

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I'm thinking about doing this swap as well and was curious to see about the wiring also. Did you run the painless wiring for the whole car?
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I have a question about your transmission. Did you buy it stock (used) and then added all the goodies? (the full manual transgo HD3 kit, beast shell, band, Hughes frictions, corvette servo, and a Vigilante 3600 rpm converter), OR did you buy a trans with all the upgrades already installed? I'm trying to decide if I should buy a junkyard 4L60E & beef it up with similar parts to yours, or if I should buy a complete trans from a place like Performance Automotive & Transmission Center (PATC). I found them in a google search...I have no clue what kind of reputation they have in the LSx community, but their stuff looks really stout. 700R4, 700 Raptor Transmission from PATC, 700R4 4L60E 48RE 4L80E
Thanks for your help!!
I found a newer stock unit and added the goodies with help from a friend. Mine was a GM replacement that apparently had only 6000 miles on it. I couldn't pass up the deal I got for it and the converter.
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Man that's a sweet build.. I'm doing mine as we speak... I also threw away the body harness that was behind the dash... Do you have the part number for the painless kit you used and what did you think of it?
I used a universal 12 circuit kit from them. The wires are labeled but I struggled with it as I had never done anything like that. The instructions can only be so specific for a universal kit so you need every diagram you can find for your car to make it work. It was a learning experience to say the least. I believe Ron Fransis actually makes a Fox Body specific harness now which probably costs less as well. You may look into that.

If I was doing the car again, I would probably try to do it similar but maybe try a more vehicle specific harness.

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Did you re-use the Mustang gas tank or did you put in a fuel cell? Also, what fuel pump are you running?

Thanks!!

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RIP notchback coupe. Your Ford powered life was short lived, welcome to GM hell.

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On my build I used the stock tank, its easy. You use a corvette filter which has a built in regulator set at 58psi and return fuel to your tank. Mounts right by the tank and you can even use "an" fittings made for our lines out of the tank. I used a 255 single pump and ran 11's and 10's with nitrous on the same fuel rail. Now I have a 340 and run 10's n/a but use a stand alone for nitrous and run real fast lol. My new build (turbo) I'm going to have 2 intank pumps using a cobra tank.

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1/8 6.56 @ 103.23 mph, 1/4 10.37 @ 128.49 mph 1.43 6/06/15
1/8 Nos 6.06 @ 114.71 mph 1.38 12/16/15
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RIP notchback coupe. Your Ford powered life was short lived, welcome to GM hell.
I'd say it is a much more exciting life than what it had with the 2.3
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Did you re-use the Mustang gas tank or did you put in a fuel cell? Also, what fuel pump are you running?

Thanks!!
As racin lsc said did you can use a corvette style filter/regulator combo that is easy to plumb. Beyond that I have a 255 in tank pump with a 1994-1995 sending unit which has a bigger outlet for reduced restriction. I ran a -6 line all the way forward to the factory LS1 rail which can support the power I need no problem.

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