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    I had actually never seen them called eVectras until this thread, but all the ones we purchased were all HP ePC's, so you might ebay for that too.
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    just for your info, its a 289cid not a 281.
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    Originally posted by Squeezer
    just for your info, its a 289cid not a 281.
    No, you are mistaken. My engine is 281 CID.

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    you may be thinking of the old 60s mustangs. those had 289s. current model mustangs are 281.

    And, dude, great setup, but add a rear- aux in to the AIWA - very easy to do, and makes it look so much better.
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    older 5.0 engines and the late 60s models were 289CID you are correct the current 4.6L motors are 281
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    actually 5.0's are 302 cid
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    Originally posted by phorge
    actually 5.0's are 302 cid
    From what I understand, the 5.0 302 is just short of 5.0.
    (Or was it the 289 with headers they called the 5.0 when really a 4.9)

    It's more 4.9 but 5.0 sounds better.

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    You are correct, it is a 4.9 liter...I have a 1987 GT convertible into which I am installing all this stuff. I can't wait to get it installed! I finished the motor last year. It's a 306 with TFS Stage 2 ported aluminum heads, E-303 cam, 1.6 FMS rockers, GT-40 intake, 70mm throttle body, and a Paxton supercharger with the 8 lb. impeller upgrade. It's lots-o-fun! I have to paint it and install the brake upgrade, but it's mostly complete.
    Glad to see I'm not the only Mustang owner here!

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    Just wondering...and this has been discussed before.....but would like to in your mustang's case......

    Is the Sub's magnet affecting the computer at all with them being mounted that close to each other?

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    Originally posted by CALIBOY
    Just wondering...and this has been discussed before.....but would like to in your mustang's case......

    Is the Sub's magnet affecting the computer at all with them being mounted that close to each other?
    The magnet has not affected the computer at all.
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