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80-96-list Digest Mon, 18 Sep 2000 Volume: 2000  Issue: 196

In This Issue:
Transmission Oil Cooler
Re: Gas Tank Replacement
Re: no A/C  ---> A/C - a reasonable option?
heater hoses
Re: heater hoses
Repack front bearings on Bronco
Re: heater hoses
FW: Some Ford "4-Banger" Technical Questions...
water injection
Re: heater hoses
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From: "Wallace A. Gustafson" <cobra2002 earthlink.net>
Subject: Transmission Oil Cooler
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2000 19:46:51 -0700


I have a 1991 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat -- 302 V-8 / AOD

Trying to locate information on Transmission Oil Cooler -- mounted in front of A/C Condensor RH Side.

Any information would help.

Thank You.


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From: Nite4x aol.com
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 00:59:24 EDT
Subject: Re: Gas Tank Replacement

In a message dated 9/18/00 10:24:50 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
WoodStck45 aol.com writes:

<< Or should I go ahead and undercoat the whole
tank? >>
I did mine 4 years ago and used a spray on bedliner type material by
Duplicolor.  I sprayed the straps and the bottom of the tank.  No probs
since...

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From: "Stephen Hansen" <shansen ndak.net>
Subject: Re: no A/C  ---> A/C - a reasonable option?
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 00:40:04 -0500


I'm not sure what kind of work would be involved getting a junkyard unit, but an option would be an aftermarket kit such as http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.oldairproducts.com/ While they don't cover your year, pieces are pieces.
Steve


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From: "big red" <big_red_59 hotmail.com>
Subject: heater hoses
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 15:34:52 GMT

Is it safe to assume that since no replies to my last post that it does not
matter which heater core hose goes where. Thanks
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From: "Atkinson, Chip" <CAtkinson Circadence.com>
Subject: Re: heater hoses
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 09:43:31 -0600

I'd think that as long as the core was pretty clean inside, that it wouldn't
matter.  If there was a bunch of crud, reversing the flow may dislodge
stuff, but if you have the core out you should at least flush it at minimum,
so I'd say it doesn't matter at all.

Chip

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Is it safe to assume that since no replies to my last post that it does not
matter which heater core hose goes where. Thanks
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Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 09:07:58 -0700 (PDT)
From: Joseph Osborn <josepho rocketmail.com>
Subject: Repack front bearings on Bronco

Hello all,
Last Saturday I pulled the hub/rotors off my '89
fullsize Bronco to have the rotors turned. I cleaned
up all the bearing parts and repacked the bearings. I
tried to put as much grease back into the hubs as I
had cleaned out and followed the manual to the letter,
but whenever I do something for the first time I aways
have a nagging doubt that I didn't do something right
(remember your very first oil change?). What's the
rule of thumb for the quantity of grease that should
go back into these 4x4 hubs after they're cleaned out?
The two together used about 2/3 to 3/4 of a standard
size grease tube. There's no funny noises coming from
the hubs and they ride great, but if somebody could
reassure me that my wheels won't catch on fire I'd
appreciate it :)

Joseph

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josepho rocketmail.com



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From: "big red" <big_red_59 hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: heater hoses
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 16:20:01 GMT

Thanks Chip. The core is new so I don't need to worry about stuff in it.
Just wasn't sure if it was a one way deal or not.
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From: Fred Moreno <fmoreno dualcurve.com>
Subject: FW: Some Ford "4-Banger" Technical Questions...
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 14:24:54 -0600

Hey Slik & Co.,

Included below my email is your answer from one of the MSD Tech Guys.

What I can contribute is the MSD 6T has an external rev limiter unlike the
6AL which has a built-in rev limiter. Bad news is that the Ford Motorsport
unit cannot be reprogrammed for 4 cylinder engines. Good news is that is
does not matter.

Instead of 20 degrees of spark duration you will now have about 40 degrees.
Not a problem because I drive a little '82 Subaru 1.8L with an 8 cylinder
MSD just about everyday since the school semester started again.
The wife has the truck and with my class schedule I put about 120 miles
every Monday, Wednesdy and Friday. 33 mpg at $1.40 gallon of gasoline is
better 13 mpg at $0.80 LPG.

There is no problem running the MSD unit built for 8 cylinder applications
and putting them on 4 cylinder engines. So tell your friend "Go for it". Of
course now he will have an advantage.

If your friend wants to use the external rev limiter option and he (for
example) wants to rev limit at 6000 RPM, then he should request a 3000 RPM
plug because the rev limiter is set-up for 8 clinder applications.

Keep in touch,

Phred, KD5AQB
Last semester as an undergrad, finally!!!!
>  -----Original Message-----
> From: Courtney Wydra
> Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2000 12:21
> To: Spike Clapper; Fred Moreno; Ed Monte
> Subject: RE: Some Ford "4-Banger" Technical Questions...
>
> Dear Sir,
>
> The only Ford Motorsports unit that we have built is equivalent to the MSD
> 6T.  This unit uses a external rev limiter so you would program the rev
> limiter for use on a 4 cylinder instead of the ignition control.
>
> Thanks,
>
>
> MSD Ignition
>
>
> From: slikness mindspring.com
> Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2000 08:05:40 -0400
> Subject: MSD Help
>
> Hey, Phred Moreno or anyone else that is knowledgeabe:
>
> My son and I race in the Pure Stock 4 cylinder class at our local
> circle track.  We have a good friend that is racing a Ford Mustang and
> basically anything that says Ford on it or can be bought from Ford can be
> used on his car.  Ford Motorsports sells a CD ignition that is actually
> made by MSD and is equivalent to the MSD 6 AL.  Ford sells it for the V8s,
> but we were wondering if it can be used on the 4 cylinders.  The 6 AL can
> be jumpered to be used on 4,6, or 8 cylinder vehicles, but can the Ford
> version be altered the same way?
>
> Thanks for your help,
>
> Slik
>
>

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From: "Sam Means" <smeans inetport.com>
Subject: water injection
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 20:00:40 -0500

I appreciate all the comments regarding my approach to achieving water
injection. Unlike Les, I am, as Jim Cannon, old enough to remember the
difficulty in making it up a long hill and at the same time see where I was
going. The cars I had in those days were quite low in compression (and in
power) but I have had my hands on vacuum motors which produced more torque
than I could control with my hands. For now I am working on the linear
positive displacement pump idea . Once I have it working, if the vacuum
motor does not produce enough torque I can switch to an electric wiper moter
which should surely do the job. As I mentioned previously , since the flow
rate needed from the pump will be quite low, I can leverage  the motor
torque  perhaps by a factor of two or three to produce a short stroke. I
anticipate sufficient vacuum from the engine to keep the motor going.

I didn't  intend to mislead Les into thinking I was actually embarrassed at
my lack of progress..it was a joke. As Les mentioned, I am interested in
light throttle injection. My particular truck has excellant light throttle
response, particularly when cold. If I advance timing a couple of degrees,
the increase in power is noticeable, but after a good warmup I get
appreciable clatter even at light throttle. I would like to be able to a run
a couple more degrees advance and intend to experiment with the process to
see what I can achieve. The water consumption may be too much to make it
worthwhile..but.. I don't expect to need as much water injected at light
throttle as is needed at WOT.
I would appreciate any other suggestions.
Sam Means



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Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 19:21:24 -0700
From: Bob Kennedy <bobkennedy uswest.net>
Subject: Re: heater hoses

Yep.

Bob


big red wrote:

> Is it safe to assume that since no replies to my last post that it does not
> matter which heater core hose goes where. Thanks
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From: "Gill, Terry  MSG" <GillT usfk.korea.army.mil>
Subject: REMOVE FROM LIST
Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2000 11:26:51 +0900

Please remove me from email list.
Thanks



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