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In this issue:

Re: FTE 80-96 - MY F150'S CHECK ENGINE LIGHT
FTE 80-96 - Hub Removal
FTE 80-96 - Re: F-250 7.3 Diesel Hard Starting in Cold Weather
FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings
FTE 80-96 - Wheel hop
RE: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings
Re: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings
FTE 80-96 - Autotrans Coast Clutch Controller
FTE 80-96 - NO,NO,NO!!!!
Re: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings
RE: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings
FTE 80-96 - FTE T-shirts are ready!
FTE 80-96 - New to the list.
FTE 80-96 - 300ci I-6 performance
FTE 80-96 - AM-FM stereo w/o cassette
FTE 80-96 - 4 wheel drive slipping
Re: FTE 80-96 - 300ci I-6 performance
Re: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings
FTE 80-96 - Thanks for your help re F250 diesel not starting
FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke
Re: FTE 80-96 - 300ci I-6 performance
Re: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings
Re: FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke
Re: FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke
FTE 80-96 - 1998-99 Super-Duty HP & TQ ratings
FTE 80-96 - RPM
FTE 80-96 - High volume oil pump
Re: FTE 80-96 - RPM
Re: FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke
Re: FTE 80-96 - New to the list.
Re: FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke
Re: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings
Re: FTE 80-96 - High volume oil pump
Re: FTE 80-96 - New to the list.
Re: FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke
Re: FTE 80-96 - High volume oil pump
FTE 80-96 - Power Window Slipping
FTE 80-96 - Re: key switch

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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 06:54:30 EST
From: FLR150 aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - MY F150'S CHECK ENGINE LIGHT

In a message dated 1/17/99 9:06:15 AM Eastern Standard Time,
andre dns3.unipissing.ca writes:


obtaining the computer codes and a description of what they mean >>

That was me Andre. Here's the website in case anyone might need it again:
EEC IV Self Test - Ford
Fuel Injection and EE...

Wayne Foy
'94 Flareside Supercab
Wayne's Flareside Page
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 07:39:53 -0500
From: hemi-cbx juno.com (Hemi Z.)
Subject: FTE 80-96 - Hub Removal

I wanted to lube the automatic front hubs on my 93, but I'm having
trouble getting the hub out. I pulled the cover and removed the little
stamped steel locking ring retainer. I then pinch the tangs on the
locking ring together and try to pull the hub out - with no success. Any
help would be appreciated. Thanks
MHZ

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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 09:07:43 EST
From: JDavis1277 aol.com
Subject: FTE 80-96 - Re: F-250 7.3 Diesel Hard Starting in Cold Weather

Jeff,

You didn't say how cold it is when you have problems, but regardless of the
temperature, you almost surely have a glow plug problem. Some things are best
left to a Ford dealer to take care of unless you know what you are doing.
IMHO, glow plugs and associated wiring and relays are one.

Strongly recommend you DO NOT use any starting fluid (ether). That's one of
the surest ways I know to damage your engine. No offense to those who use or
advocate the use of starting fluids, just don't do it.

Thanks and good luck,
Butch Davis-
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 10:46:00 -0500
From: Garr&Pam
Subject: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings

First engine codes and displacement
4.9L49173004.00X3.98 8.8:1Y
5.0L49423024.00X3.00 9.0:1N
5.8L57663514.00X3.50 8.8:1H
5.8L57663514.00X3.50 8.8:1R
6.9L6886?4.00X4.1821.5:1I
7.3L7270?4.11X4.1821.5:1M
7.3L7270?4.11X4.1821.5:1C
7.3L7270?4.11X4.1821.5:1K
7.3L7270?4.11X4.1817.5:1F
7.5L75364604.36X3.85 8.5:1L
7.5L75364604.36X3.85 8.5:1G
1987 HP TQ
4.9L150 3400260 2000
5.0L185 3800270 2400
5.8L210 3800315 2800
6.9L170 3300315 1400
7.5L230 3600390 2000
1988
4.9L150 3400260 2000
5.0L185 3800270 2400
5.8L210 3800315 2800
7.3L(M)180 3300345 1400
7.5L230 3600390 2000
1989
4.9L150 3400260 2000
5.0L185 3800270 2400
5.8L210 3800315 2800
7.3L(M)180 3300345 1400
7.5L230 3600390 2000
1990
4.9L150 3400260 2000
5.0L185 3800270 2400
5.8L210 3800315 2800
7.3L(M)180 3300345 1400
7.5L230 3600390 2200
1991
4.9L150 3400260 2000
5.0L185 3800270 2400
5.8L210 3800315 2800
7.3L(M)180 3300345 1400
7.5L230 3600390 2200
1992
4.9L150 3400260 2000
5.0L185 3800270 2400
5.8L200 3800300 2800
7.3L(M)180 3300345 1400
7.5L230 3600390 2200
1993
4.9L150 3400260 2000
5.0L185 3800270 2400
5.8L200 3800310 2800
5.8L(R)240 4200340 3200
7.3L(M)185 3300360 1400
7.3L(C)190 3000395 1400
7.5L230 3600390 2200
1994
4.9L150 3400260 2000
5.0L185 3800270 2400
5.8L200 3800310 2800
5.8L(R)240 4200340 3200
7.3L(F)210 3000425 2000
7.3L(K)190 3000395 1400
7.3L(M)185 3000360 1400
7.5L230 3600390 2200
1995
4.9L150 3400260 2000
5.0L205 4000275 3000
5.8L210 3600325 2800
5.8L(R)240 4200340 3200
7.3L(F)210 3000425 2000
7.5L245 4000400 2200
1996
4.9L150 3400260 2000
5.0L199 4200270 2400
5.8L210 3600325 2800
7.3L(F)210 3000425 2000
7.5L245 4000400 2200

There are a few exceptions to this rules like the E4OD behind the six
makes 5 less horsepower but makes 5 more ft lbs of torque. High
Altitudes also shows a deduction in horspower.
Chris
94 Lightning #381
NLOC #238

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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 09:05:43 -0700
From: "Smeins, Larry"
Subject: FTE 80-96 - Wheel hop

Sometimes better shocks will reduce wheel hop. They will dampen the
oscillation in the rear suspension.

Larry


Date: Fri, 15 Jan 1999 18:22:51 -0800
From: Dana Bartholomew
Subject: FTE 80-96 - Wheel hop

Hey guys, I got my truck back from the spring shop. It's a '93 F350
crew cab 4x4 with a 460 and a pronounced rear wheel shudder at take off.
I had a 3" superlift block removed the springs re-arched and two leafs
added. It eliminated all the hop except for under heavy throttle from a
dead stop. Then it will hop for about 15' and then smooth out. Under
normal excelleration it is nice and smooth. I asked the guy at the shop
if he had any ideas. I could add one more leaf to stiffen it up some
more, negatives being cost, harsher ride, and no gaurantee that it will
eliminate the hop completely. I know I'm being a bit anal about now but
it still drives me crazy. The other alternative would be to fab up a set
off ladder bars to prevent the rear-end from rotating against the
springs. Any suggestions, one more leaf, ladder bars, quit being so
anal about and live with it?

Thanks,

Dana

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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 10:51:29 -0700
From: "Giddens, Scott"
Subject: RE: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings

Garr&Pam [garrpam netgsi.com] Wrote:

> First engine codes and displacement
>
*Snip*

> 5.8L57663514.00X3.50 8.8:1H
> 5.8L57663514.00X3.50 8.8:1R
>
*Snip*

> 1995
> 5.8L210 3600325 2800
> 5.8L(R)240 4200340 3200
>
I am sure this is a stupid question to some but I will ask anyway.

What does the letter designation mean in the last column and after the
displacement later down the list?

I see this all the time but never had the time to look it up or ask before.

Scott
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 13:39:25 -0500
From: Mike Sloane
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings

In my day it would have been "Holly" or "Rochester" carburetor. But I guess
these days, it is something else. That shows you how old I am.

Mike

Giddens, Scott wrote:

> Garr&Pam [garrpam netgsi.com] Wrote:
>
> > First engine codes and displacement
> >
> *Snip*
>
> > 5.8L 5766 351 4.00X3.50 8.8:1 H
> > 5.8L 5766 351 4.00X3.50 8.8:1 R
> >
> *Snip*
>
> > 1995
> > 5.8L 210 3600 325 2800
> > 5.8L(R) 240 4200 340 3200
> >
> I am sure this is a stupid question to some but I will ask anyway.
>
> What does the letter designation mean in the last column and after the
> displacement later down the list?
>
> I see this all the time but never had the time to look it up or ask before.
>
> Scott
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 09:22:07 -0800 (PST)
From: Chris Foye
Subject: FTE 80-96 - Autotrans Coast Clutch Controller

I was selected by Auto trans to evaluate their Coast Clutch Controller
unfortunately, they sent me the wrong one, they have one for 89-94 and
95 -98 model E4OD, the 89-94 and I have a 97. To make a long story
short, after repeated calls to them so as to exchange it or send it to
somebody else for evaluation, I haven't heard from them in over two
weeks. So, instead of just sitting on something that I can't use, I
thought I would give it to somebody who would be able to use it.

So, I know I'm going to be inondated with emails. I will mail it to
the 1st person who responds, all I ask for in return is to pay for the
shipping.

Do not respond to the list.

If the first person to respond happens to live in the San Jose area
that would make things even easier.

Thanks,

Chris

For info on the Coast Cluth Controller goto Autotrans web page.

http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.atg-autotrans.com/e4odccc.htm
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 13:38:26 -0700
From: Fred Moreno
Subject: FTE 80-96 - NO,NO,NO!!!!

On Sunday's posting, Gary wrote;

I have an '88 F250. After I had a propane conversion, the check
engine
light came on semi-regularly, always at about 40. Apparently, the
exhaust gas sensor doesn't like the propane exhaust gas composition
at
that speed, and triggers the check engine light. It only comes on
occasionally, and all I do is check the gauges, and ignore it. The
light resets after the ignition is turned off. I don't notice any
difference in mileage (but with a 460, who can tell!).

This is what is wrong with thousands of propane conversions in the world
today! It is NOT normal for the check engine light to come on with propane
or with gasoline! If it does the PCM is indicating that something is wrong.
If you would like, e-mail me directly and lets get this worked out such that
your conversion is done correctly. I will need to know the type of
mixer/regulator, after market electronics, size and year of the engine.

Sorry but this chaps my hide, because this is the business I am in. Working
for the alternate fuels division of Autotronic (a.k.a. MSD ignitions), I
provide technical help for LP and CNG conversions. As a matter of fact I
will be in Albuquerque next week teaching state mechanics how to maintain
their vehicles that have been converted. Thanks to the lowest bidder who did
these conversions, I can come in later on and clean up their mess. You can't
imagine the #$%&* I run into.

My truck has been converted for the past 121K miles with most of that using
LP, and the only time the light has ever come on was when maintenance was
needed. The PCM's diagnostics and the LP system did what they were suppose
to do, that is Work Together.
There should be insignificant power differences between propane and
gasoline with the proper usage of aftermarket electronics that we produce.
Yes, I am promoting a product that we manufacture, but we are the only ones
in this industry (and the world) doing it, so we have no competition. Plus I
believe in the product, otherwise it would not stay on my truck. There is no
room for sub-mediocracy in this industry or the any other field. Okay so I
have flamed...It was bound to happen one day.

Fred Moreno F-150 EB 4X4 5.0L, 5-spd + propane and propane accessories
Autotronics Control Corporation - Alternate Fuels Div
El Paso Tx
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 16:44:24 EST
From: CphgnCwby1 aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings

The letters aftter the engine liters and engine measurements are the 8th digit
in the vin number(by this you can tell which engine is in the truck, and which
model of engine it is)

Hope this helps

BART
86 F-150
302 MPFI
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 15:22:55 -0700
From: "Giddens, Scott"
Subject: RE: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings

BART Wrote:
>
> The letters aftter the engine liters and engine measurements are the 8th
> digit
> in the vin number(by this you can tell which engine is in the truck, and
> which
> model of engine it is)
>
More specifically, to help me understand the significance of the
letter, what is the difference from a '95, 351 model with no letter and the
model with a letter R?

> First engine codes and displacement
>
*Snip*

> 5.8L57663514.00X3.50 8.8:1H
> 5.8L57663514.00X3.50 8.8:1R
>
*Snip*

> 1995
> 5.8L 210 3600325 2800
> 5.8L(R)240 4200340 3200
>
I'm not sure if it is just rated differently, at a different RPM, or
if it is actually a higher HP. Also I see this in the engine parts catalogs
with no listings given for the (R) version. I assume when they give no P.N.
listing there is no part available for it. But almost every time the engine
part without the letter designation will fit on it. An example would be a
Fram Fuel filter for my truck. It calls for a CA3850 for a '95 351 but has
no listing for a '95 351 R.

I don't mean to be anal about this but my curiosity is peaked.

Anyone know?

Scott
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 17:28:27 -0500
From: Ken Payne
Subject: FTE 80-96 - FTE T-shirts are ready!

The Ford Truck Enthusiasts t-shirts are ready! They are
available on the web shopping cart, if you don't have a
credit card, are not comfortable using a secure server,
or cannot use a secure server (some older versions of
AOL) you can print the order form and send it with a check
to the address listed on the form.

http://www.motorhaven.com/

We've tried to keep the price as reasonable as possible
given the small quantity of shirts we ordered from the
print shop. There are a couple of truck related sites
charging about $20 for a t-shirt, we're keeping it to
$12.50 (XX and XXX are slightly more).

As is FTE's usual practice, we'll increase services offered
with increased revenue.

Regards,
Ken Payne
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 17:38:56 -0500 (EST)
From: Speed Racer
Subject: FTE 80-96 - New to the list.

Hello all. I'm Trenton Munsell, and I'm a Ford truck nut. I own a '93
F-150 XLT SuperCab. My Father owned it since it was new, and I bought it
this fall when he bought his '98(nice truck). It has the 300 straight
six(i like it because it's different), has a five speed(only owned one
auto in my life, hated it). It's Ford Performance White, witht the
optional aluminum rims. I absolutely love the truck, as it has brought us
so far 123,000 wonderful miles, including about 7,000 miles towing our
race car. I have a few questions (okay, more than a few), and I
appreciate your help:

1. My trans grinds when I shift into third gear, this happens about 1/2
the time I shift, and it's kills me. I beleive it is the sychros, but
I've been wrong once or twice. Any ideas/suggestions?

2. You know that stupid bell that goes off when you open your door with
the headlights on? My rings whenever the doors is open. Anytime. Any
idea where I could find the source of the problem?

3. My chech engine light blinks everyonce in a while. It only happens at
low revs. My assumption is that the O2 sensor is going bad, but as I said
before, I've been wrong once. I know you need the code reader to be sure,
but what are common symptoms to this problem?

4. I am in the constant pursuit of more power(hence, I have multiple cars,
all in peices, trying to become faster). What are some common mods that
will bring more power out of my six. I have a K&N filter, and a couple
more degrees of advance, but that's about it. Suggestions?

Thanks for your help guys/gals, I hope I can contribute to your questions
as well.

Trenton Munsell
Oakland University-- Mechanical Engineering
1998-99 SAE President
1998-99 FSAE Team Leader
Brakes are a sign of weakness.....
..... When in doubt-- GAS IT!!!!!

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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 15:15:27 -0800
From: Erston Reisch
Subject: FTE 80-96 - 300ci I-6 performance

Speed Racer wrote:
> What are some common mods that will bring more power out of my six. I
> have a K&N filter, and a couple more degrees of advance, but that's about
> it. Suggestions?

List (and Speed Racer),

I imagine this is a recurring thread simply because us six owners seem to feel
that our engine (as much as we love it) has some hidden potential for added
power and torque. I'm new to the list (and F-150s) but I would really enjoy a
discussion of power improvements for this motor.

I love "bolt on" things, such as a performance chip, intake, exhaust, or
similar. I've only got 55k on my truck and I really don't want to take the
motor apart yet. I also have the E4OD tranny, and would like to find out if
any of the "shift kits" or electronic mods are worth their costs.

So far, the only thing I've found for 300ci performance is Clifford
Performance at http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.cliffordperformance.com/ - with some brief surfing,
I found an exhaust manifold that should increase power somewhat. Anyone out
there have experience with this unit?

Thanks y'all!

- - Erston



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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 18:06:25 -0500
From: "Matthew J. Starr"
Subject: FTE 80-96 - AM-FM stereo w/o cassette

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I've got the original am/fm no cassete in my '80 truck with the original
mechanical preselects that still work. I am just in the process of
updating it, so when I get my new stereo, should be soon my dad is sending
me one I had a few years back in a Mustang that got totalled. Anyway, when
I get that one I will be willing to give you mine. E-mail me if you are
interested.
Matt '92 Mustang
'80 F-100

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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 15:35:17 PST
From: "jake Miller"
Subject: FTE 80-96 - 4 wheel drive slipping

I have a 1981 F-150. It has a 300 six with a 4 speed overdrive
transmission. It has a New Process 208 transfer case. The problem is
that when traveling down the road with the transfer case in 4 high at
speeds in excess of 25 miles per hour, the 4 wheel drive will slip out.
It then will go right back in. It makes a noise and shakes the truck
when it comes out. I believe it has something to do with the sliding
clutch in the transfer case. I had it apart once and replaced a spring.
That helped for awhile but now it is doing it again. Can anybody shed
some light on this problem?

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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 19:07:10 -0500 (EST)
From: Speed Racer
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - 300ci I-6 performance

I forgot, Flowmaster does make a cat back system for our engine, found it
in summit, no cash so far to purchase.

Trenton Munsell
Oakland University-- Mechanical Engineering
1998-99 SAE President
1998-99 FSAE Team Leader
Brakes are a sign of weakness.....
..... When in doubt-- GAS IT!!!!!

On Mon, 18 Jan 1999, Erston Reisch wrote:

> Speed Racer wrote:
> > What are some common mods that will bring more power out of my six. I
> > have a K&N filter, and a couple more degrees of advance, but that's about
> > it. Suggestions?
>
> List (and Speed Racer),
>
> I imagine this is a recurring thread simply because us six owners seem to feel
> that our engine (as much as we love it) has some hidden potential for added
> power and torque. I'm new to the list (and F-150s) but I would really enjoy a
> discussion of power improvements for this motor.
>
> I love "bolt on" things, such as a performance chip, intake, exhaust, or
> similar. I've only got 55k on my truck and I really don't want to take the
> motor apart yet. I also have the E4OD tranny, and would like to find out if
> any of the "shift kits" or electronic mods are worth their costs.
>
> So far, the only thing I've found for 300ci performance is Clifford
> Performance at http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.cliffordperformance.com/ - with some brief surfing,
> I found an exhaust manifold that should increase power somewhat. Anyone out
> there have experience with this unit?
>
> Thanks y'all!
>
> - Erston
>
>
>
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 16:09:49 -0800
From: "Rob Bryan"
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings

Hey Chris,

Thanks for taking the time to post this info! My info is a little different,
so I'll just post where it disagrees.

For the '87 5.8L, the engine had a 4bbl Holley carb and was rated at
210hp 3800, 305lb/ft 2800. FWIW, the info I have also states that the "351"
engine is really 351.9ci, so it is really a 352, but it is called a 351 to
avoid confusion with the older 352FE engine.

Also, the info I have seen has shown that the more powerful V8 engines that
show up on your list in '95 came on line in '94, although that may be the
case only for CA-spec engines with mass air. Also, some of the info I have
seen claims that the 245-horse 7.5L appeared sometime in 1993, and an
improved E4OD transmission appeared with it. I have no proof positive of
these, but the info seems to point to their existence.

Thanks,
Rob

> First engine codes and displacement
> 4.9L 4917 300 4.00X3.98 8.8:1 Y
> 5.0L 4942 302 4.00X3.00 9.0:1 N
> 5.8L 5766 351 4.00X3.50 8.8:1 H
> 5.8L 5766 351 4.00X3.50 8.8:1 R
> 6.9L 6886 ? 4.00X4.18 21.5:1 I
> 7.3L 7270 ? 4.11X4.18 21.5:1 M
> 7.3L 7270 ? 4.11X4.18 21.5:1 C
> 7.3L 7270 ? 4.11X4.18 21.5:1 K
> 7.3L 7270 ? 4.11X4.18 17.5:1 F
> 7.5L 7536 460 4.36X3.85 8.5:1 L
> 7.5L 7536 460 4.36X3.85 8.5:1 G
> 1987 HP TQ
> 4.9L 150 3400 260 2000
> 5.0L 185 3800 270 2400
> 5.8L 210 3800 315 2800
> 6.9L 170 3300 315 1400
> 7.5L 230 3600 390 2000
> 1988
> 4.9L 150 3400 260 2000
> 5.0L 185 3800 270 2400
> 5.8L 210 3800 315 2800
> 7.3L(M) 180 3300 345 1400
> 7.5L 230 3600 390 2000
> 1989
> 4.9L 150 3400 260 2000
> 5.0L 185 3800 270 2400
> 5.8L 210 3800 315 2800
> 7.3L(M) 180 3300 345 1400
> 7.5L 230 3600 390 2000
> 1990
> 4.9L 150 3400 260 2000
> 5.0L 185 3800 270 2400
> 5.8L 210 3800 315 2800
> 7.3L(M) 180 3300 345 1400
> 7.5L 230 3600 390 2200
> 1991
> 4.9L 150 3400 260 2000
> 5.0L 185 3800 270 2400
> 5.8L 210 3800 315 2800
> 7.3L(M) 180 3300 345 1400
> 7.5L 230 3600 390 2200
> 1992
> 4.9L 150 3400 260 2000
> 5.0L 185 3800 270 2400
> 5.8L 200 3800 300 2800
> 7.3L(M) 180 3300 345 1400
> 7.5L 230 3600 390 2200
> 1993
> 4.9L 150 3400 260 2000
> 5.0L 185 3800 270 2400
> 5.8L 200 3800 310 2800
> 5.8L(R) 240 4200 340 3200
> 7.3L(M) 185 3300 360 1400
> 7.3L(C) 190 3000 395 1400
> 7.5L 230 3600 390 2200
> 1994
> 4.9L 150 3400 260 2000
> 5.0L 185 3800 270 2400
> 5.8L 200 3800 310 2800
> 5.8L(R) 240 4200 340 3200
> 7.3L(F) 210 3000 425 2000
> 7.3L(K) 190 3000 395 1400
> 7.3L(M) 185 3000 360 1400
> 7.5L 230 3600 390 2200
> 1995
> 4.9L 150 3400 260 2000
> 5.0L 205 4000 275 3000
> 5.8L 210 3600 325 2800
> 5.8L(R) 240 4200 340 3200
> 7.3L(F) 210 3000 425 2000
> 7.5L 245 4000 400 2200
> 1996
> 4.9L 150 3400 260 2000
> 5.0L 199 4200 270 2400
> 5.8L 210 3600 325 2800
> 7.3L(F) 210 3000 425 2000
> 7.5L 245 4000 400 2200
>
> There are a few exceptions to this rules like the E4OD behind the six
> makes 5 less horsepower but makes 5 more ft lbs of torque. High
> Altitudes also shows a deduction in horspower.
> Chris
> 94 Lightning #381
> NLOC #238
>
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 16:07:03 -0800
From: "Craig Rubin"
Subject: FTE 80-96 - Thanks for your help re F250 diesel not starting

To All,

A belated thank you for all the suggestions in getting my F250 running
again. The culprit was the glow plug controller, it stayed on too long and
fried the plugs. After the controller and plugs were replaced, the engine
started on the first cranking.

Also a while back we were looking at a 1998 Explorer awd v8, instead we
purchased a 1997 Explorer awd v8.

Craig Rubin

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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 19:48:51 -0500 (EST)
From: Speed Racer
Subject: FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke

I'm screwing around with desktop dyno right now, and I don't have my
manual with me. Does anyone know boreXstroke, cam profies, etc. for the
300 I6.

Trenton Munsell
Oakland University-- Mechanical Engineering
1998-99 SAE President
1998-99 FSAE Team Leader
Brakes are a sign of weakness.....
..... When in doubt-- GAS IT!!!!!

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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 20:20:34 EST
From: DJ250r aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - 300ci I-6 performance

That's a carb modal right? IM not sure but the efi one they don't have, but IM
not sure
Dwayne Jackson
so.
cal.dez
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 20:30:34 EST
From: CphgnCwby1 aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings

Ok, as far as i know, the letter may indicate a different model of the same
engine, such as maybe a little larger carb, or High Output, of the same
engine. Maybe one is set up for an f-250 and one is set up for an f-150, so
they have done a few things to increase the HP or TQ. As to the question about
parts, they will probably be the same, except for certain parts,which make the
one engine more powerful. Do you know what I mean? If not, I will explain
more.

Hope that this helps

BART
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 20:28:55 -0500
From: Andre Roy
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke

Speed Racer wrote:
>
> I'm screwing around with desktop dyno right now, and I don't have my
> manual with me. Does anyone know boreXstroke, cam profies, etc. for the
> 300 I6.
>
Bore: 4.00, Stroke: 3.98

Cam profile, kinda bumpy ;-)

- --
Andre, Somewhere ...
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 20:33:05 EST
From: CphgnCwby1 aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke

BORE- 4.00"

STROKE- 3.98"

COMP. Ratio- 8.8:1 (APPX)

as for the cam, all i can say is to select the economy model. (I have that
program also)

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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 21:36:12 EST
From: CphgnCwby1 aol.com
Subject: FTE 80-96 - 1998-99 Super-Duty HP & TQ ratings

Hey guys,
While we are on HP and TQ I would like to see if some one happens to know the
HP and TQ for the Super-Duty's, specifically the Diesel. I went and test drove
on of those with the diesel in it, and I was amazed at how Fast that truck
get's up and goes. It hauls A$$!!!! I was just wandering

Thanks if you can help

BART
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 21:41:12 EST
From: AeroAce13 aol.com
Subject: FTE 80-96 - RPM

I have a 1985 F-150 4x4 with a straight 6. When it is raining out or the
ground is wet I have noticed a 150-200 RPM drop when it is idling. This
happens as soon as I release the clutch. When the wether is dry I have no
problen at all. Please let me know of any suggestions that you may have.
Thanks.

Eddie
'85' XLT 4x4 Lariet
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 18:58:02 -0800
From: "Dennis R. Fischer"
Subject: FTE 80-96 - High volume oil pump

During my rebuild of my 1986 351W, I installed a high volume oil pump. When
I fired the engine up, the pressure gauge was nearly pegged. I ran the
engine 25-30 minutes before I shut it down.

When I fired the engine the next day, the oil pressure was on the opposite
end of the gauge, barely registering. Of course, this caused me some real
concern. So far though, I can't find any indicators the engine is coming
apart.

I'm assuming the oil pressure sending unit is some kind of diaphram, that
changes the resistance to the current. The resistance sets the receiving
unit.

I'm looking for any kind of feedback on what could be going on. Could the
high pressure have caused the 13 year old sending unit to fail? How do I
check the sender and receiver units. Would a brand new oil pump fail in
this manner?

Dennis


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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 22:11:15 EST
From: CphgnCwby1 aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - RPM

Try maybe a new cap and rotor, moisture will cause all kinds of wierd
problems. As well as that if you have a crack in the cap, it can cause the
terminals to arc to the rotor, and in severe cases, the car will idle fine,
however when put under load it stalls

Hope this helps

BART
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 22:47:23 -0500 (EST)
From: Speed Racer
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke

Is aproximately 500cfm a legitimate choice for stock flow of induction?
If so, they have 144hp stock, is this true?

Trenton Munsell
Oakland University-- Mechanical Engineering
1998-99 SAE President
1998-99 FSAE Team Leader
Brakes are a sign of weakness.....
..... When in doubt-- GAS IT!!!!!

On Mon, 18 Jan 1999 CphgnCwby1 aol.com wrote:

> BORE- 4.00"
>
> STROKE- 3.98"
>
> COMP. Ratio- 8.8:1 (APPX)
>
> as for the cam, all i can say is to select the economy model. (I have that
> program also)
>
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 23:03:21 -0500
From: Randy
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - New to the list.

Speed, (how's the Mark 5?)
Anyway, I like your saying, but I have a sticker I found at Auto-Rama a cpl
years ago that I have on my cabinets in the garage, along w/many other
stickers, but this one goes along w/yours...

Full Throttle 'Til You See God...
Then Brake!!

Speed Racer wrote:

> -----snip----

> Brakes are a sign of weakness.....

> ..... When in doubt-- GAS IT!!!!!
>
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 22:59:42 EST
From: CphgnCwby1 aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke

They are said to have 150 hp, but that is close enough for me. Most carbs are
really not exactly 500 or 600 or 700cfm, but rather + or - some
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 23:15:02 -0500
From: Ken Payne
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - horsepower ratings

At 06:52 PM 1/17/99 -0500, you wrote:
>If anyone would like and Ken doesn't mind I will post horsepower and
>torque numbers for the 4.9, 5.0, 5.8(both of them), 7.3diesel(both of
>them), and the 7.5 from 87 to 96!
>Let me know
>Chris
>94 Lightning #381

I don't mind any listing as long as its not lengthly. Information
is great, if its long (ie, 3 pages or more) then send it as
an article submission for the web site.

Ken Payne

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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 23:18:34 EST
From: Bakend aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - High volume oil pump

In a message dated 1/18/99 8:07:44 PM Mountain Standard Time, dennis denam.com
writes:

>
> When I fired the engine the next day, the oil pressure was on the opposite
> end of the gauge, barely registering. Of course, this caused me some real
> concern. So far though, I can't find any indicators the engine is coming
> apart.
Put a mechanical guage on that brand new baby and be sure!
Dennis
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 23:37:37 -0500 (EST)
From: Speed Racer
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - New to the list.

One of my favorites.

Trenton Munsell
Oakland University-- Mechanical Engineering
1998-99 SAE President
1998-99 FSAE Team Leader
Brakes are a sign of weakness.....
..... When in doubt-- GAS IT!!!!!

On Mon, 18 Jan 1999, Randy wrote:

> Speed, (how's the Mark 5?)
> Anyway, I like your saying, but I have a sticker I found at Auto-Rama a cpl
> years ago that I have on my cabinets in the garage, along w/many other
> stickers, but this one goes along w/yours...
>
> Full Throttle 'Til You See God...
> Then Brake!!
>
> Speed Racer wrote:
>
> > -----snip----
>
> > Brakes are a sign of weakness.....
>
> > ..... When in doubt-- GAS IT!!!!!
> >
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Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 23:38:06 -0500 (EST)
From: Speed Racer
Subject: Re: FTE 80-96 - Bore and Stroke

No carbs, EFI.

Trenton Munsell
Oakland University-- Mechanical Engineering
1998-99 SAE President
1998-99 FSAE Team Leader
Brakes are a sign of weakness.....
..... When in doubt-- GAS IT!!!!!

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