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....by FoMoCo, AS OF 8/22/08:mad:
I posted this info up on some other sites last month but thought you guys would like to know too....the Ford part # is 1R3Z-9A758-BA


sorry tobe the bearer of bad news guys
 

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Is it that much different than a GT? When I bought my Kenne Bell kit, it came with a Ford accelerator cable that they daid had to be changed. I held it against the stock Bullitt one and it was identical as best as I could tell. I left the stock one in and it is fine. I'll have to check the part number on the package.
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Is it that much different than a GT? When I bought my Kenne Bell kit, it came with a Ford accelerator cable that they daid had to be changed. I held it against the stock Bullitt one and it was identical as best as I could tell. I left the stock one in and it is fine. I'll have to check the part number on the package.
Bruce

check and sea as there are several different cables for SOHC's & DOHC's
and I think it's mostly the cables length, I have a customer who bought my last Bullitt spec cable to use on his 1999 Gt wth the SVO D-46 intake, so we'll sea if it works.....

also of note: more discontinued 2001 Bullitt spec parts;
right/pass side and rear seat covers, both upper and lower sections
RH front Rocker Mldg (short)
RH & LH Rocker Mldg, long section
 

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Just Lovely!!!!
 

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well that all depends:wink:
alot of times, on 1 off cars like a Bullitt, once a part is ousted by FoMoCo, your chances of finding said part at an obsolete warehouse are slim at best vs the part being for a GT or Cobra....

if you guys want me to post-up the obsoleted parts, part #'s:confused: lmk and I'll do so incase anyone needs to try and locate them.....
 

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that would be appreciated!!!!
 

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maybe Greg can let us know how best to handle it.
 

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I do know after 5 to 7 years they stop making stuff for the older cars or past models and they just keep parts for the new ones. In some In cases its a special order. Sometimes mustang parts houses will buy the old stock. Sometimes they can call other dealers to see if they have anything left over. I think ford racing sells the kit for the Bullitt but its everything not single peaces.
 

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Frankenstang said:
maybe Greg can let us know how best to handle it.
Where is Greg? Anyone heard from him?
 

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Randy Stinchcomb said:
....by FoMoCo, AS OF 8/22/08:mad:
I posted this info up on some other sites last month but thought you guys would like to know too....the Ford part # is 1R3Z-9A758-BA
sorry tobe the bearer of bad news guys
Good job I have a spare and a spare clutch cable.
On a serious note it is Law in Europe as an OEM you have to provide spares for 10 years.
Why have we come up short?
 

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This sucks. Price escalation?
 

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Dealers that have cable .


Part # Searched For Description Equivalent Superceded By
1 1R3Z9A758BA CABLE ASY - THROTTLE CONTROL

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X = Not found in database.
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Part Qty | Price† Dealer and Link to website. Phone Updated Miles

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DEALER AUTO PARTS
Cincinnati, OH 45237
001 (800) 543-4959 Nov 16, 2007 489


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GREEN SALES
CINCINNATI, OH 45237
001 (800) 543-4959 Nov 20, 2008 489


1 | $

TISON MOTOR COMPANY
ESTILL, SC 29918
001 (803) 625-2551 Nov 20, 2008 593
 
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