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  1. CJF15088
    08-06-2014 12:57 PM - permalink
    Hey mate just wondering about the cams your selling are they still for sale many thanks Chris, CJF15088
  2. cmtotten
    03-26-2013 12:29 PM - permalink
    Hey qdeezie. Thanks for all of your posts helping with my set up on my 1993 F150. I had a question that I thought I would ask via message instead of using the forum if you don't mind. I saw that you had GT40 heads on your F150. Are you happy with the GT40's, would you recommend them or suggest saving up for performance heads? And is your F150 jacked up with mud tires or is it a street set up? What kind of HP and Torque do you think you're pulling with your set up? Thanks again for all of your insight. Chad
  3. smokinbutnotbroken
    09-19-2012 07:58 PM - permalink
    I will for sure be stealing your idea. Ive got access to some thick stick welding wire which i will run and distribute the grounds in the engine bay, along with 2 grounds underneath the rear seat for a couple amps. Ill prolly just run the same as you did as far as the power wires go, welding wire is just a b*tch to run from the batt to the amps in the rear. They came out of factory with pretty skimpy cables so i agree with you the more the better.
  4. smokinbutnotbroken
    09-18-2012 07:26 PM - permalink
    Oh ok Clean job. I just might steal your idea haha, never had any problems she turns over right away hot or cold but the grounds getting a little green might as well do it all while im at it.. so were the 5 ground locations already available or did you do a little modification? I havent ever chased down where it runs to
  5. smokinbutnotbroken
    09-18-2012 12:59 AM - permalink
    Hey my man i was just snooping through your profile and seen your 3/5 wire power and ground connections, I was wondering how much if at all it helped? I would think it does you more good than me considering you have the bigger amp alternator.
  6. smilin_todd
    08-05-2011 09:34 AM - permalink
    I got your message, thanks for the advice. I tried replying yesterday, but for whatever reason when I "submit message" the internet connection is lost. Thanks,


About Me

  • About qdeezie
    Grew up working on cars, went to school and graduated with a major in auto tech, used to work at a dealership for awhile as a mechanic. I got out of doing this every day for a living, but still love to do it as a hobby.
    Charlotte, NC
    Auto Repair, Good Food, Road Trips, History Books
    How did you find
    Yahoo! Search
  • My Truck
    F150 XLT Lariat
    Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Cruise Control, A/C, Power Steering, Power Brakes, ABS
    Synthetic Motor Oil - Varies
    Synthetic ATF (Valvoline MaxLife)
    Synthetic Diff Fluid (Amsoil Severe Gear 75w-90)
    Conventional PS Fluid - Valvoline Type F
    10.2mm Procomp Spark Plug Wires
    Richporter Distributor
    BWD Brass Distributor Cap
    Motorcraft HD Distributor Rotor
    OE Motorcraft Copper Core Spark Plugs
    R134a A/C Conversion
    Triple Positive Battery Wires (4ga each)
    Upgraded to 5 Ground Wires (4ga each)
    6.5 inch door speakers
    Alpine Receiver
    Severe Duty Fan Clutch
    130 amp (3G) Alternator
  • Signature
    1990 F150 XLT Lariat - 2wd
    302/5.0L - E4OD | 3.55 Gears - Non-Limited Slip | Stock GT40 Heads | .030 Over (Speed Pro H120CP30 Pistons) | T-Moss Ported Lower Truck Intake | Comp Cams XE258HR-14 (35-512-8) | Hedman Shorty Headers | Will install my Trick Flow 58cc heads when I quit being a lazy bum.


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