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  1. ymeski56
    07-27-2010 10:29 AM - permalink
    ymeski56
    Some 95's were MAF air intake. Special orders &/or licensed for Calif. Do you have MAF or MAP?
  2. gwpfan
    07-27-2010 01:39 AM - permalink
    gwpfan
    95 (mfg date 6/95). 5.0 liter, also just changed the O2.
  3. ymeski56
    07-26-2010 10:39 AM - permalink
    ymeski56
    Good luck! Remember, Lowest resistance coil & wires you can find. Get your gap dialed in completely first, then do your timing bump. what year & engine?
  4. gwpfan
    07-25-2010 11:50 PM - permalink
    gwpfan
    Just seen your pic...and that answered it. I am just starting mods. Ignition is next. Just did the seafoam (smoked good) and oil change, had 5 qts yet of reg. oil so used that, but plan on synthetic next round. Been reading your other posts, thanks for all the information. If you ever need any HVAC/R help give me a shout.
  5. ymeski56
    07-25-2010 07:33 PM - permalink
    ymeski56
    Yep. I't will help a lot. Of course compression will dictate a lot of your results. I average 178-182 PSI between cylinders. It doesn't have to be great to do it. Just relatively balanced. If you can't get 16 BTDC (you have to do a few things to better control combustion chamber temps usually), 14BTDC will be an improvement. Either way, Stock Motorcraft Nic Plated Copper Cores. NO Platinums!!!
  6. gwpfan
    07-25-2010 04:03 PM - permalink
    gwpfan
    I assume your 87 is 2WD, is that correct? Just trying to figure that mods on the overall improvements for a 4WD. That's pretty impressive mileage your getting.
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