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86 mustang 5.0

86 mustang i put victer jr heads b303 cam 70 mm tb headders geardrive intake spacer i never reset computer car is hard to start will cut out when i let off of gas car has no power please help

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  • lintoncase Nov 12, 2008

    how do i reprogram computer

  • lintoncase Nov 12, 2008

    thanks

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Sounds likee you need to reprogram your computer or there is not enough fuel pressure to keep car running

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

  • james lee Nov 12, 2008

    for what you have installed i would say you need a performance upgrade for your computer and that will tell you what you need to do

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