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anyone know of sub frame connectors to fit an 88 mk7 lsc

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  • anyone know of sub frame connectors to fit an 88 mk7 lsc

    cant seem to find any, or what air intakes are fitted to the 5.0ho that work with this car, on other websites it says some dont fit but if it fits the mustangs and i have the same motor it doesnt make sense as to why it wouldnt fit?

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    Originally posted by deegs 88 mk7 View Post
    cant seem to find any, or what air intakes are fitted to the 5.0ho that work with this car, on other websites it says some dont fit but if it fits the mustangs and i have the same motor it doesnt make sense as to why it wouldnt fit?
    If I was in your position I would go to a junk yard and take some measurements from a fox mustang and compare them to your mark 7. I would guess the intake would if anything have more room in the mark? The subframes might work, they're both a fox chassis

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      Fox chassis or not, I think you're going to find the Mark chassis quite a bit longer.
      JP

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        I'm pretty sure the Mustang CAIs work on the Mark VII. I know for a fact the H-pipes do. The subframe connectors may work, I believe the frame was only extended at the front and back ends. I would check the measurements on a Mustang kit and get under your car with a tape measure. Good luck to you!
        -Bryan-
        1998 Mark VIII LSC - 1990 Thunderbird SC 5spd - 2005 Explorer Limited 4.6L - 1995 Taurus LX 3.8L - 2003 Taurus SEL 24V - 2008 Honda VFR 800

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          i appreciate the tips, i got the cai in i just had to have my mechanic saw into the firewall and the air vent to make the fitting. i went on to american muscle for the subframe connectors and theyre weld ons so i should be able to cut them if longer, im just hoping theyre not short.

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