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Old 05-06-2013, 08:43 AM   #1
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Cosworth Manifold for 07 ST Question

Quick question:
What needs to be changed to install a Cosworth Manifold onto a 07 ZX4 ST?
I do not want to modify the manifold,is it just the power steering pump from an 05 I need?
The lines?
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Quick question:
What needs to be changed to install a Cosworth Manifold onto a 07 ZX4 ST?
I do not want to modify the manifold,is it just the power steering pump from an 05 I need?
The lines?
Help appreciated.
Correct^^^^^^ Like you said= the pump, lines & resivior that bolts to the firewall. What mods do you have to go w/ the cossie? And you'll need a reflash too.
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Correct^^^^^^ Like you said= the pump, lines & resivior that bolts to the firewall. What mods do you have to go w/ the cossie? And you'll need a reflash too.
I'm thinking about buying another Cosworth.
Had one before and sold it to a friend,but I have the FSWerks CAI,F2 Step header,2.5 catless exhaust,The yet uninstalled Crower 3/4 race cams and the balance shaft delete was just done yesterday.
Starting to see quite a few 05 Duratec equipped Foci with the pump and accessories.
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I like the '05 set up better myself. How 'bout a 23 escape manifold? It deletes the imrc, but uses the imtv. You'll lose bottom end grunt you know. I love that manifold, also. I was going to do install one too. But realisticy its not really worth for a DD car. As you see I have a fwerks header,crane cams, udp's,bsd,steeda sri, cfm's tubular arms w/ a torsen. I had a cfm 67mm tb, but it was really sensitive for bumper to bumper. I also have a fwerks reflash too. I'd love to throw a ranger crank & rods/pistons to it.
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If you want to keep the later pump just do a little measurement and then take the mani to a fabricator. mine cost 60 to do. Its really just a quick slice then a flat plate welded on

early style pump might be more reliable, but the later is more compact/ cleaner looking.

Here's what i ended up with:
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I like the '05 set up better myself. How 'bout a 23 escape manifold? It deletes the imrc, but uses the imtv. You'll lose bottom end grunt you know. I love that manifold, also. I was going to do install one too. But realisticy its not really worth for a DD car. As you see I have a fwerks header,crane cams, udp's,bsd,steeda sri, cfm's tubular arms w/ a torsen. I had a cfm 67mm tb, but it was really sensitive for bumper to bumper. I also have a fwerks reflash too. I'd love to throw a ranger crank & rods/pistons to it.
I really want to do the Cosworth.
My ST isn't a daily driver and I still only have 9000 miles on it.
Daily driving isn't an issue,she is my Sunday cruiser.
Did you ever get video of your Car?
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If you want to keep the later pump just do a little measurement and then take the mani to a fabricator. mine cost 60 to do. Its really just a quick slice then a flat plate welded on

early style pump might be more reliable, but the later is more compact/ cleaner looking.

Here's what i ended up with:
Thanks for your input and pics!
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