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    02-28-2013 08:30 AM - permalink
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  2. pallidin
    09-01-2011 01:56 AM - permalink
    I have a 1993 f150 xlt 4x4 and a 302 engine. The problem is that the fuse blows for my speedo and then the trans builds fluid pressure and leaks oil on the exhaust. I have had it in the garage twice and they cannot find the problem nor can they advise me any further. I reach out to you guys for some help and wait for your answers
  3. fordfanuser4
    10-26-2009 01:27 PM - permalink
    My 92' F150[/B] L6 brake pedal goes all the down when braking and I loose brake fluid. Their are no leaks on the lines. Is it the master cylinder, booster or could their be another problem? New member and need help.

  4. Ham-Bone
    02-24-2009 10:51 PM - permalink
    ya basically i went with flowtec they were cheap ( $300) and really easy to install like half an hour to an hour that was to bolt up to the motor and to bolt up to the new pipe i had bent and hook up the cherry bombs
  5. Ham-Bone
    02-23-2009 08:56 PM - permalink
    the transfer case is okay but you will have to get a piece of pipe bent around it or it will be in the way but it would be the same thing with shorties too
  6. Ham-Bone
    02-17-2009 05:43 PM - permalink
    i like hearing the crack of the truck when you rev it but that wat i like .. not trying to tell you what to do or anything but i would go with long tube headers thats what i did because more power better mpg and cheaper and look better... i like that your going with vortex i think i am going to do that with mine here when i go to rebuild my 4x4 ... mine was 2 1/2 straight pipe to the glass packs then 2 turn downs
  7. Ham-Bone
    02-10-2009 12:09 AM - permalink
    do you have duel cherry bomb exhaust rught now or just single

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  • About '93 Ford F150 XLT
    Well, I live on PEI, Canada and I love trucks. I am sixteen yrs old but I want to be a truck driver when I'm older. I have a ford f150 that I love :), and I love all fords. They ROCK! haha.
    PEI, Canada
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    Loaded for a '93 lol.
    Nothing so far except for a cherry bomb glass pack exhaust system. The truck will be all done over by the end of the spring and ready to roll! I will post mods and pics!
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