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Can't say I noticed anything for regular driving but the cold/low rpm stumble/miss is definitely gone with the Accel coil packs. Worth the $120. resistance measured at 32 compared to 33 stock.

Next project adding one touch to the other windows. Passenger front at the minimum.
Is this the right model for the coil packs?
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FYI, I finally decided to get my alignment done since I installed the Suspension Specialist front leveling kit and they did it with no issues. The toe on the driver side was more off than anything else.
 
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Dash inserts.
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Dash inserts.
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I have the dash inserts to install but every time I look at it i cringe thinking how hard they will be to install.
 
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I have the dash inserts to install but every time I look at it i cringe thinking how hard they will be to install.
I have a spray bottle with water alcohol mix and spray it and apply. Once I have it where I want press and wipe with a microfiber towel.
 

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I'll be keeping an eye on this. I know you waste no time tearing into new cars. Are you keeping the FuSpo as well?
 
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I'll be keeping an eye on this. I know you waste no time tearing into new cars. Are you keeping the FuSpo as well?
Of course. I'm getting rid of my 95 Ranger. I'm about to install the hot/cold pipes this weekend on the Sport.
 
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Since checking out the parts led to doing the whole installation the oil catch can is installed. Universal Mishimoto kit. I will be replacing one of the can outlets to a 45 degree as soon as I can find one to clean it up. It was way harder than a Mustang install. This is under a lot more stuff. Had to come in from the wheel well and do it all by feel. Can't see either of the original lines and the connectors.
Pull the flap just like when doing oil change.
Feel for the PVC and intake lines. Push the clips to release each side.
Remove the original line.
Use heat gun and remove fittings from hose.
I used 7' of 15/32" hose. Install pcv side first and run it up top.
Install intake side and run up top.
Connect to respective inlet and outlet on can.
As pictured I installed the can on the fan shroud. The total ran me $78.
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So for clarity, you took the ends off your stock hose and used them on the mishimoto hoses? Did that end up destroying the factory hose? I did see some connectors like that available from UPR in case anyone wants to keep their stock hose unmolested.
 
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So for clarity, you took the ends off your stock hose and used them on the mishimoto hoses? Did that end up destroying the factory hose? I did see some connectors like that available from UPR in case anyone wants to keep their stock hose unmolested.
I used the stock ends with the hoses I supplied. Using the heat gun allows you to pull the connector off.
 

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Of course. I'm getting rid of my 95 Ranger. I'm about to install the hot/cold pipes this weekend on the Sport.
Nice. I havent been able to log into the Sport forums for a while now. You'd think a super mod would be able to figure it out, but... Meh. Even though I'm getting rid of mine, I want to see your pipes when you get that done.
 
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Prewired my LEDs while I'm waiting for the mounting brackets. It was a pain but I ran the wires through the main grommet that the hood release cable shares. Lightforce switch bezel is coming in the near future.
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Much better. Tinted the front markers.
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