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Old 06-16-2013, 12:40 PM
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Does anyone know whats if there is a way to change a manual mustang 2 into a power mustang 2 rack

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No. You need a different rack.
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Cal 1320 has it right... need to do a rack change to a power rack.
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so i keep my present crossmember and go to a power rack replacing the manual one. then all i have to do is figure where and how to add in the pump on my 302 HO ford?
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so i keep my present crossmember and go to a power rack replacing the manual one. then all i have to do is figure where and how to add in the pump on my 302 HO ford?
Exactly right!
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If you have V belts, use factory brackets or Alan Grove brackets.
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I have one serpentine belt on a small block ford. Makes it much harder find what i need.
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Is it an after market system or OEM ford serp system?
I just recently did the serp change over on my Chevy truck I used factory GM brackets and pump / pulleys. Ford has used a serp system for many years now. It might be good to hit the bone yard and get a complete Ford set up. Probably less than $75.00 or so.
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Just remember that the MS2 power R&P must use a 1200 PSI pump. The 79-93 pumps are a higher pressure. The GM pumps are rated at 800 PSI. So make sure you have the right pump.
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Thankyou, I appreciate the information. If I ever get this coupe the way I want it it will be a miracle
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