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About blackandbluesvt

  • Birthday 04/01/1985

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    Seminole Florida
  • Interests
    Cars, sports, landscape, construction.

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    1998.5 Black MNB
  1. 2 piece 13" drilled slotted rotors and 4 pistons calipers. Sorry for the bad picture. Putting them on in a week, once the suspension is delivered.
  2. will have an awesome sound. Have the same set up with my SVT with the full Mazda MPV 3L. That muffler is the perfect choice.
  3. Also, I seek your opinions. My car at the moment is flat black on Exel TZ-10's. I feel the shininess of all the new aluminum pieces on the caliper etc will look awesome against the black. But at the same time I have the option of anodizing. I will post a picture with the colors. Please leave feedback and I will post pics of install and weight comparison compared to stock etc, as this comes to fruition. Thank you for looking.
  4. One week till completion of my new Aerospace Big Brake Kit. You ask why? I ask why not when it comes to safety not to mention these are a must before I install whats in that last picture.
  5. 1. YES, you can use a merc cougar hub and knuckle/spindle ass. Just of course has to be disk brake which i believe all cougars are. I had a set of brakes being mocked up for me by my buddies company. it will be 4 pistons front and rear with 13" drilled and slotted. Seeing as my tour is my DD, I could not just give him my spindles and hubs. I picked some up off ebay. The Fronts worked fine, seemed like i ordered a drum brake spindle on the rears on accident even tho it said it fit the SVT. Stupid ebay. Needless to say i could not find a knuckle for a contour for the life of me, but once I searched cougar, I got many hits. And if Im correct only the SVT's came with disc brakes, all SE's had drum. Maybe this solves your problem, but I do not see how this corrects your 4x108 to the 5x114.3 you want.
  6. Rad fan install, Interior paint, Cleaning up under the hood and some paint
  7. Thank you sir. I just figured if you are willing to put much money into something, might as well take your time do it right and buy the best parts available. Thank you all for your interest, and I'll be sure to update in the forums all the fun goodies as they come to fruition.
  8. Name: Ford Contour SVT (1998) Date Added: 29 March 2014 - 03:32 PM Owner: blackandbluesvt Short Description: This is a 35k mile full Mazda MPV swap. View Vehicle
  9. Id love to do it again too. The link that i have shared I can take no credit for. Pat Blackwelder did most the work. Some things I saw him do I was like what are you thinking, but he got it in, AND ONE BIG DISCLAIMER for the MPV swap. The hood will not close perfect with the giant UIM. You can see it slightly in the third picture I posted before. It will close and latch, just will not sit perfect. The main things I had to get her running were, bearings, axles, spindle/hub, battery, alternator, fix crooked exhaust, fix vacuum leaks, fuel pump, and rewired radiator fans and replaced the fans, which sucked big time.
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