Description says 'Fits 302/351 Mustang applications when catalytic converters are not used'--I haven't yet swapped out the original equipment single exhaust w/ catalytic converter--can I still put this smog pump eliminator on? TKS
Asked by Mike M. from San Antonio | Comment 1 0
What's all involved in removing the smog pump, hoses and other things hooked up to it? I've done little research and want to know so I can get everything at once. Caps, Block off plates, plugs.also will it affect anything on the car?
Asked by luis l. from friendswood | Comment 0 0
Removing the smog is not too terribly involved. Unbolt the pump and replace it with an eliminator like this FRPP unit. Remove the rubber hoses with the TAB and TAD valves and plug off the associated vacuum lines. Remove the down tube that runs to the h-pipe and crimp the opening on the h-pipe shut. Remove the crossover tube on the back of the heads and plug the holes using LRS-6086AK.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 1 0
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