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Re: Where can i find side exaust for my 83 for mustang?
Get on the internet and go to Jeggs or Summitt and you will find all kinds of aftermarket suppliers for the exhaust. Or, just go to Gibson Exhaust or Borla. They all have these kits. They are not cheap though.
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Sounds like the timing is off a little, and it's running a little rich. Plus your spark advance could use an adjustment. Most likely timing. You mention "built" how built is it? Does it have a carb or EFI? Still have a computer on it? Distributer or direct coil fire?
Everything will need to change eas far as engine, transmission, and most likely rear end.A 302(5.0) swap would make more sense because they came in these cars and there will possible be some factory brackets and other things availiable. When you say 351 i am assuming you mean windser. This engine is in the same family as the 302 but thats about all they share. It has not been in a mustang since 72 or 73 and those were much different cars. If i wanted a 5.0 stang i would just buy me one. this will be a very expensive project and there will be many unforseen problems.
Make sure the inside of your throttle body doesn't have a gunk build up. If so, clean in out with some carb. cleaner really well. If the crack is plugged up in the throttle body, air cannot get into the engine at idle in which the car will die. Are you running an aftermarket cam? If you are, drill a 5/32 hole in the center of the lower half of the throttle plate in the throttle body. This helps a great deal as well.