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post #1 of 5 Old 11-17-2016, 04:09 PM Thread Starter
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Question Will Flipped Shortys Fit a 95 GT with AC and PS?

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Like the title says, I am looking at a diy turbo kit with a 1995 GT using Flipped shorty headers.

Before I start- will they clear the AC and PS when Flipped forward? If they fit but require modification- please describe what is required.

I believe I will have to relocate the oil filter.

I have searched here and Turbomustangs and some seem to say yes - some no.

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Yes they will fit. I built my DIY with flipped shorty's with ac and ps. Also used a mini oil filter so I did not need a relocation kit.


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Any pictures? They would be very helpful
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http://www.theturboforums.com/thread...otch-351w-GT45
Its a 92 not a 95 but there was plenty of room. I imagine a 95 would not be much different. It was also on a 351, 302 would be even easier.

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We have done this ,i used stock headers on one car and bbk on another.

There is a smaller oil filter you can run,we have it on our budget car with a junk set up but the car runs real strong.Its an impressive set up.

Other cars ive done (better option) is the FRPP 90 degree filter relocation.Works on a 302 or 351 so far.

I have a real nice s366 for that 302 for sale!! It was an awesome turbo,honestly better then all the others ive ran (turbonetics,master power,on3,garrett) Great turbo for a stock block 302.
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