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2.3T swap into an 79-86 Fox mustang Write-up help needed

I believe the 84 - 85 (?) SVO had an in-tank low volume pump, plus an in line pump to step up pressure to the rail. Most advice I see is Walbro 255 in tank for simplicity. Secondary in line pump, related fuel/electrical connections can be by-passed. Less to worry about...

I defer to those that know better.

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Mike L

89 LX 5.0, 5spd ragtop, leather, 55k survivor. My bride of 27 years.

1990 LX hatch 2.3 auto. Swapped to T5. Dormant 5 years. Running turbo swap now.

Owned multiple 4, 6 & 8 Fox Mustang/Capris. Logged over a million miles in my SOHC 2.3/2.5 Ranger trucks.

Lima Lifer !!!

84 and 85 SVO have the booster pump. My very late 85.5 doesn't have a booster pump.

When did they start putting the EEC in the A pillar? On my 83 and 84 GT it's under the pass seat. (IIRC my 84 SVO has it in the A pillar.)

I need to replace the underhood part of the harness in my 83 GT and 84 SVO for insulation falling off. I have a few 87/8 TC harnesses that I'm hoping to redo to work.

83 & 84 GT turbo, 84, 85.5 & 86 SVOs
87 & 88 TurboCoupe
93 5.0 notch, 95 GT coupe & vert, 96 GT vert  (Yes, I have a probem, garage's too small!)

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(2) 84.5 TurboGT 'verts/84.5 TurboGT hatch/(3) 86 SVOs
86 LX 2.3 (project Ratstang)/04 SVT Focus #1276
77 F-350/40 Ford Sedan/67 Fairlane GT 'vert

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