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97up-list Digest Fri, 22 Sep 2000 Volume: 2000  Issue: 168

In This Issue:
Re: 1999 E-350
Shock Absorbers
maintenance questions....

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Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2000 23:05:56 -0400
From: Ken Payne <kpayne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: Re: 1999 E-350

>
>Hello,
>   I have a 1999 E-350 with a V-10. It has 265 hp., the 2000 model has
305hp. Does anyone know how this horsepower increase was done? A chip or
internal motor mods? If is was the chip can I change mine to the 2000 chip?
Would it do the same for a 1999? Has anyone ever put duel exhausts on one of
these vans? Any info on either would be appreciated.
>Thanks
>Jim
>

The best group to address this on is our Super Duty/Heavy Duty
list.  This is the Light Duty list.

Later,
Ken Payne


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From: "rata76" <rata76 calcon.net>
Subject: Shock Absorbers
Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2000 23:14:01 -0500


I have a ' 98 Expedition. It too felt very unstable at any speed due to fore-aft side-side modulations. Finally broke down and purchased a full set of Edelbrocks. Best investment I ever made. Very smooth but stable ride. Even my wife is not afraid to drive it.




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From: "Joe Stewart" <jstewart purepacket.com>
Subject: maintenance questions....
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 09:11:50 -0400

Well, it's about time to start some of the routine maintenance in my 98 F150
4x4. (Mine has the 4.6L engine.)

One of the things I need to replace is the plugs. I'm not too familiar with
the Ford engines, or what they like, so I am looking for some suggestions.
What brand of plug works well in the 4.6L? Are platinum/copper plugs better?
Do any of the "gimmick" plugs work well?

Advice is greatly appreciated...

-Jay
98 F150 4x4 Off Road


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