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  1. jca25

    XF AU Windsor conversion

    I never had a problem with mine or them it turned up great fitted correctly and they were helpful as ever so must of got them on a good day lol Sent from my SM-A125F using Tapatalk
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    XF AU Windsor conversion

    This is said fork they say to use with that bellhousing, now don't the Cleveland and Windsor use the same engine mounts?? So that would make the Windsor sit in the bay as the Cleveland, the crossflow the engine plates to the x member is different so not sure were u are going with measuring it, if need be may need to make ur own up to suit Sent from my SM-A125F using Tapatalk
  3. jca25

    XF AU Windsor conversion

    Just looked at the fork they say suit it is a hydraulic fork so if are to go down the path of this bell just mod the firewall to take the master Sent from my SM-A125F using Tapatalk
  4. jca25

    XF AU Windsor conversion

    Is there a reason u want to use clable over hydraulic or have I missed read something Sent from my SM-A125F using Tapatalk
  5. jca25

    XF AU Windsor conversion

    Are dellow still around?? That is the bellhousing I got in mine, yes it's not a Windsor or xf but they were great with the information at the time, from what I been told with the v8 t5 is yes input is longer but the rear housing was shorter to put the sticking same spot, like they did with the cortina using the single rail box's, as Ford wouldn't change the floor pan tooling just to suit v8 or 6 cylinder box's, one of the others guys would be able to correct if wrong. Sent from my SM-A125F using Tapatalk
  6. Hey mate U have gone to the trouble of getting to this point, when I did these things as a job it was very rare we wouldn't replace the diaphragms once brake fluid get to them it doesn't take long to stuff them up, the hardest part out of the whole thing is doing the rear and middle seals without breaking them, be careful with the Bakelite parts can break easy even though it looks hard as Sent from my SM-A125F using Tapatalk
  7. jca25

    XF AU Windsor conversion

    Nice one, here is a few pics off mine I made all my pipes new and just bent it to suit the t block bolts on were the bracket for the flex hose that would go to the xf diff. Sent from my SM-A125F using Tapatalk
  8. jca25

    XF AU Windsor conversion

    For me with the brakes which I did with my car, u are spending the time to do it do the finer details. Pull the back brakes lines off a EF/EL including the t block which bolts to the floor, then drill the brackets that hold the flex hoses to the chassis off. To make the the t block to work on ur xf half along the tunnel should be a joiner undo and take to a brake place and get to put the correct flare nut to go into the t block (sorry mind gone blank can't remember the number of nut), weld the flex hose brackets on then it's set up the same way as EF/EL in all of this aspect. With handbrake cable, mine was setup with a wagon cable which was off a a bench seat wagon so it use a foot parkbrake so possible to use some parts from one of them and parts from a sedan together. Also best part of using ford gear is when then checked my van for rego it all looks factory and it's not aftermarket stuff so they didn't want it engineered Sent from my SM-A125F using Tapatalk
  9. With the pedal box I would use the Auto pedal box and see if u can find a rare spares shop that has one these kits or maybe someone online and fit it Sent from my SM-A125F using Tapatalk
  10. jca25

    Dual battery question

    The second batt in the car is a fews yrs old, but it already runs off a dcdc charging system and is only for my fridge it also has a solar system on it aswell. The next batt is going into the tray of the ute will run a separate dcdc charging system but just don't feel like running a cable all the way to the main, was hoping i could just pick up off the mains cable for the first system, its is for running of lights air system and things like this for the track. Also when we going racing away, our home track is 20 mins away but not worried about it it for when we travel 6hr to 10hrs for a meeting Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    Dual battery question

    Ok guys i know its not falcon question but i putting a 3 battery in the ranger for Speedway and camping. Know what I'm wanting to know is with the second charger instead running the power cable all the way to front can i just link it up to the power supply of the first charger system?? Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
  12. Sounds interesting now Jack, it's not something i have seen or heard of being done myself, but anything can be done with some time and money oh and the will to do it, so can u tell us any more bout this idea now Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
  13. This could be interesting Jas. Now i have to go backwards on a au race and run a ea ecu with a el dizzy, so this would in a sense be drama, will i end up with or not in ur knowledge? Cheers Jason Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
  14. jca25

    Diff gear

    Well i say me mate is still chasing gears then i got the sedan for the wiring harness, needs to be modified to fit a au [emoji17] Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
  15. jca25

    Diff gear

    It's still in the car its a gli sedan, i was just being lazy and didn't want to drop the oil, a mate from speedway is looking for 3.23 for this weekend Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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