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ESS cars should have the ralley gauges (tach) so it will have the 71-78 dash pad.  You are going to want to purchase a 71-78 cap for your ESS.

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So, will not fit my 72 ? Or just a little small, but works ?
 

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Reeves1- You are correct, replacement windshields have the same part number (same replacement PPG part) for all Pintos, BUT, the 71-72 (and maybe the 73?) have a slightly larger windshield that you can't seem to find anywhere unless you find a NOS item. I found out the hard way when I replaced mine...

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Used the search....yup, the same.

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71 - 78 windshields the same ?
 

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Author Topic: 2.0 vs 2.3 oil pan  (Read 1387 times)

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Offline Sir Thomas Crapper

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2.0 vs 2.3 oil pan
« on: April 11, 2013, 02:18:31 PM »
Are they the same?

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Re: 2.0 vs 2.3 oil pan
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2013, 02:30:25 PM »
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Re: 2.0 vs 2.3 oil pan
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2013, 09:40:36 PM »
Are you talking about the 2.0 EAO motor and the 2.3 Pinto motor ? No. Are you talking about the 2.0 and the 2.3 Ranger motor ? Yes....The Ranger had the same motor just debored and destroked from the 2.3. Are you talking about the 2.3 Mazda ? No. The 2.3 HSC front wheel drive engine ? No..Hope this helps...Rememb er for the Pinto 2.3  has a front  sump oil pan and the Rangers etc had a rear oil sump pan. So use only the one for a 2.3 Pinto motor. They are out there.

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Re: 2.0 vs 2.3 oil pan
« Reply #3 on: April 12, 2013, 07:32:05 AM »
Wagon is a 72 2.0 4 speed.  Wanting to install T2.3/ T5 from Turbo Coupe.  Presently in an 87 Mustang/ 24 hours of Lemons car.  It looks like I need at minimum:  Pan, Pickup, mounts.  Mustang driveshaft will work w/ different yoke/ujoint?

Car already has 8" rear.

i also posted about a Zetec conversion, if anyone's heard of one of them being done....

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2.0 vs 2.3 oil pan
« Reply #4 on: April 12, 2013, 10:18:55 AM »
I'm currently try to do the same swap but in a 74 wagon

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Re: 2.0 vs 2.3 oil pan
« Reply #5 on: April 21, 2013, 10:20:55 PM »
Sir Thomas check the over all length of the Mustang drive shaft.With the one you have. It should work without doing any cutting all you need is to remove the  slip yoke from your Pinto drive shaft and change the U joints from a 1310 to 1330 hybrid and add the T-5 slip yoke. But I'm not 100% sure.  I have heard about cutting the T-5 drive shaft to fit. You also will have to do somethingalbou t your cooling system as the 2.3 engine is longer. The 2.0's have a straight mount for the radiator and the 2.3 have a kick out. Some have moved the radiatorby mounting  it forward etc. As for 74 turbowagon yes you need the complete T-5 ,drive shaft, engine , EEC wiring harness , Exhaust (No your 1 3/4" or 2.0 " will not work) etc. But to really make things work you need to keep the following from your car. The oil pan, oil dip stick, oil pick up, mounts and add T-5 trans mount to the old trans mount from your Pinto...You will also need a set of pedals for a Pinto if your car is an automatic to add the clutch. No a Mustang set from the downer car will not work....There is allot of info here and of course at Turboford.org but not at turbopinto it's not working...


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