This Thunderbird was my father's car. He was very proud of his car. My father and I gave his car a transplant. It originally was a automatic v6. My father bought a wiring harness, A9L ecu, t5 transmission, 3" exhaust. 302 with trick flow intake 70mm, my father said it has a mild cam. 42 lb fuel injectors, and a 75mm mass air flow sensor calibrated for 42lb injectors and a new posi-traction axle. So it's a 88 Thunderbird/89 mustang 5.0. so my father called it a Pegasus. Are friend said it's not a Pegasus it's a thunderchicken. LMAO. My father was a veteran and has kiddney failure. At 24years old. He is the strongest person I ever new. Never once complained. He just passed away 3/22/19. He gave me pegasus.love you dad
- I would like to have some help or knowledge. With the t5 transmission. The car had a bad vibration. Dad and I thought it was a u joint. But I found out it was a bearing in the t5. The bearing has came out of it's seat. So the hole main shaft was vibrating. Here's a photo.
- Can anyone help me please? It would be very appreciated. Thank you. In loving memory of my best friend, my awesome dad. Raymond Allen Harris.
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