The available engines that year were a 200 cubic inch 6 cylinder, a 289 cubic inch 8 cylinder, and a 302 cubic inch 8 cylinder. Assuming you meant a 289, your best bet would probably be to purchase a carb kit, rebuild the carb, and follow the instructions for adjustment. That should give you a baseline to work with.
point dwell is 35 to 40 point gap is .027 Ignition timing is 6 degrees BTDC for a 1968 Ford Mustang 200 cubic inch ( 3.3 L ) inline 6 cylinder
The timing specs for a 1988 Ford Mustang 2.3L can be found in the service manual for this vehicle. You can find this at many libraries as well as at a Ford dealership.
the timing specs are 17 to 18 degrees btdc.
Nick Jonas' Mustang is a 1968 Ford Cobra Mustang
On a 1968 Ford Mustang 200 cubic inch straight 6 cylinder engine the points are gapped at ( .027 )
The 1968 Ford Mustang 6 cylinder produced 195 horsepower ========================================================= In a 1968 Ford Mustang , the 200 cubic inch inline ( straight ) 6 cylinder engine was rated at ( 120 horsepower )
It is a 1968 Mustang GT
Motortrend and Edmunds offer information for the 2009 Ford Mustang. They give information on the features, specs, and prices of the 2009 Ford Mustang.
Here are the specs for both cars and you be the judge..... 1998 Ford mustang specs: 6 cylinder 150hp 215 ft lb 1998 Chevy cavalier specs: 4 cylinder 115hp 130ft lb i say the mustang will win...
1968 Ford Mustang
1968 was the first year the 302 cubic inch ( 5.0 liter ) was used in a Ford Mustang
I believe it has electronic ignition , so there are no points
the headlight adjustment screws on a 1987-1993 ford mustang are behind the headlights in the engine compartment. there is a radiator core support directly behind the headlights, between the headlamp and the core support is where the adjustment screws will be found. They are very small (4MM) hex head adjusters.
The following is taken from the Ford shop manual concerning the 1967 Mustang: Torque limits for cylinder head bolts, 170 and 200 CID engines: Step 1: 55 Step 2: 65 Step 3: 70-75
BCI group size ( 58 ) 540 CCA
a c-4 will work
16 Gallons, you can view the specs here ... http://www.edmunds.com/used/2005/ford/mustang/100379992/specs.html
No , the only six cylinder was a 200 cubic inch straight six in the 1968 Ford Mustang
1968 Classic Ford Mustang Cobra
gap is 0.035"
According to one of Fords websites : For a 1968 Ford Mustang 5.0 liter / 302 cubic inch V8 engine : ( the spark plugs are gapped at .035 inch )
if it is a GT there are no specs just tightend down..hope this helps http://foxbodychallenge.com/node/20 <- here is a list of all torque specs for mustangs. hope that helps
The Mustang Mach 1 is a car produced by the car manufacturing company Ford. It was first introduced in 1968 but as a 1969 model. It was a performance model of the Ford Mustang, which had been introduced in 1964.