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Old 07-09-2014, 03:59 PM   #601
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Thats good progress man
Thanks bud. Hope to have the turbo manifolds in by Monday.
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Thanks bud. Hope to have the turbo manifolds in by Monday.
Man honestly I am pretty anxious for you. lol
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Old 07-09-2014, 06:15 PM   #603
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Whats the little thing that goes under the bolt in the intake valley? Mine has the bolt there but nothing else. Was wondering why....
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Whats the little thing that goes under the bolt in the intake valley? Mine has the bolt there but nothing else. Was wondering why....
Are you referencing his picture or a general question?
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Are you referencing his picture or a general question?
Referencing his picture. Underneath the water pump tube in the intake valley there is a bolt that threads down into the block. His has a ring terminals under it while mine has nothing so just curious to what it was.
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Its a knock/denotation sensor.
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Its like a stethoscope on a human. Monitors vibration/detonation and puts the PCM in fail sale if detected. Cost 72 bucks at ford new, but I'm not sparing any expense at this point.
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Its like a stethoscope on a human. Monitors vibration/detonation and puts the PCM in fail sale if detected. Cost 72 bucks at ford new, but I'm not sparing any expense at this point.
As much money as you have wrapped up in this project I don't blame you. Anything to protect the engine is a good thing. lol
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Just found a 00 navi in junkyard 400$ for motor and everything u can connect to it . My question is which forged crank is better 97 or 00 navi dohc
I figure if I can just swap a running motor then I can rebuild the sohc it still has power and sounds great so I know after the head gaskets it should be ok
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Just found a 00 navi in junkyard 400$ for motor and everything u can connect to it . My question is which forged crank is better 97 or 00 navi dohc I figure if I can just swap a running motor then I can rebuild the sohc it still has power and sounds great so I know after the head gaskets it should be ok
Think all the navi's had forged cranks. Unless you are boosting it, both cranks work good.

That's a good deal
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