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1993 Mustang Cobra. 1 of 4993 produced. This is car 66. Mint condition. Rare cloth interior.
1993 Cobra Technical Data Options There are many rumors floating around about what exactly was available as options for the 1993 Mustang Cobra. There are a few items that may have gotten by but they would most certainly have been on the pre-production vehicles produced by Ford. The Cobra had a very short list of options which included: 13C: Flip up open air roof or most commonly known as a sunroof. Cost $355.00 585: Premium AM/FM Stereo CD player. Cost $629.00 217: 4 way power drivers seat. Cost $183.00 57Q: Electric heated rear window defroster. Cost $170.00 C: Leather seating surfaces which were only available in opal gray. Cost $523.00 41H: Engine block heater. Cost $20.00 Colors/Trim There were only 3 exterior color options available for the 93 Cobra. They include Black, Red and Teal. This car is UA: Black Clearcoat There were 2 colors available for the 93 Cobra which were opal gray and black. Only opal gray was available in leather. Interior color code is DJ: Black cloth. G6: Lowback Opal gray cloth seats only available with the 93 Cobra R versions. Of the 5100 total 93 Cobra's produced, here is the breakdown of exterior and interior color combinations produced: Total 93 Cobra's produced in Black were 1,854 in which 448 had black cloth, 327 had gray cloth and 1,079 had gray leather Engine Specifications The 1993 Cobra came with a modified 5.0L engine with GT-40 heads and GT-40 cast aluminum intake manifold along with a new camshaft. Here are some specs for this engine: Cylinder heads: GT-40 heads previously sold by Ford Motorsports SVO with 1.84 intake and 1.54 exhaust valves. Heads were milled from 64cc down to 62.5 cc to raise the compression ratio a bit although the official compression ratio is 9.0:1 and were topped off with a set of Crane 1.7 ratio full roller rockers. Heads used a pedestal type of mounting system for the rockers. Part number for the cylinder heads is F3ZZ-6049-B up till 04/13/93 and F4ZZ-6049-B after date 04/13/93
Camshaft: Ford designed a new camshaft grind to bring back some of the low end torque that was now lost using these higher flowing cylinder heads. Part number for the cam is F3ZE-6250-CA. Specs are as follows: Intake/Exhaust duration in degrees of crankshaft rotation: 270/270 and at 0.050 lift 209/209 Intake/Exhaust lift at valve with 1.7 rocker ratio: 0.479/0.479" Lobe separation is 118.3 degrees with 115 intake lobe center and a 121.5 exhaust lobe center. Timing events at 0.050 lift are: Intake: (BTDC):-10.5 / (ABDC): 39.5 Exhaust: (BBDC): 46.0 / (ATDC): -17.0 Intake: Ford cast an aluminum version of the popular GT-40 intake with the staggered ports. Part number is F3ZZ-9424-C for the upper and F3ZZ-9424-D. There are 2 versions cast for the upper intake. The first version has a flat side on the plenum an apparently was causing harmonic noise at certain rpms and was revised with the more common stepped side plenum. The lower intake had a runner diameter of 1.64 inches and original lower intakes are distinguished from their Motorsport versions by having the firing order cast into the intake near the cutout for the distributor. Ford Motorsport also offered 2 different versions of the lower intake during it's production run. Sometime in the late 90's they went to a smaller cast runner where it meets the cylinder head. A side by side comparison would make the difference readily noticeable. Fuel/Air intake: The 93 Cobra got 24 lb/hr fuel injectors with a blue top. Early production Cobra's had unpainted injector bodies with the blue top and later versions and Motorsport versions had the injector body painted black. Fuel rails were standard as well as the fuel pump. Air intake was identical to the production 5.0 except for the size of the mass air meter which was upgraded to 70mm vs. the 55 mm installed on the regular 5.0L. A vertical bar was added to the mass air meter to allow for more accurate metering of the incoming air. The throttle body installed on the Cobra was also upgraded to 65mm vs. the 60mm size installed on the regular 5.0L. Exhaust: The mufflers were retuned for less restriction and carried part number F3ZZ-5230-A (RH) and F3ZZ-5230-B (LH). Engineering numbers (numbers stamped on the mufflers) are: F3ZC-5230-CC (RH) and F3ZC-5232-DC (LH). They were 2.25" in diameter and had lengthened hangers to clear the rear bumper of the 93 Cobra. The headers and H-pipe were the same as regular 5.0L Mustangs. Other: The water pump and crankshaft pulleys were a different diameter than the regular 5.0L. The crankshaft pulley was reduced in size by 14% to underdrive the other accessories for more power but the drawback was a slower spinning water pump. To solve this problem, Ford also reduced the size of the water pump pulley by 14% to bring back the lost coolant flow. Part number for the crankshaft pulley is F3ZZ-6A312-A, water pump pulley is part number F3ZZ-8509-A and part number for the now shorter belt is F3ZZ-8620-A. Drivetrain: The Borg Warner T-5 installed on the 93 Cobra had a few upgrades to handle the extra power now made by the modified engine. Specific items include a tapered roller pocket bearing on the input shaft to output shaft. This same setup is used on the T-5Z version sold through Ford Racing. The cluster gears were also phosphate coated but this was a modification done to all V8 5.0L Mustangs in 1993. Shifters in 93 were also short throw versions and all shift knobs including those in the 93 Cobra were black plastic not covered in leather. Leather shift knobs would not show up on Cobra's until 1994. The clutch was upgraded to provide more clamping force to reduce clutch slip and pedal effort was decreased compared to the regular 5.0L as an added bonus. Part number for the pressure plate is F3ZZ-7563-A and the clutch disc is part number F3ZZ-7550-A.