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perf-list-digest Monday, July 12 1999 Volume 02 : Number 171



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In this issue:

Re: FTE Perf - 92 Ranger differential
FTE Perf - Re: 302 cam selection
FTE Perf - question

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Date: Sun, 11 Jul 1999 07:55:59 -0700
From: "Tom Ewing"
Subject: Re: FTE Perf - 92 Ranger differential

Thanks for your comments. I think I'll try to find the entire unit. I've
never
installed and setup rear gears, and my general wrenching handicaps
indicate I'm just fine with bolt on's. Regarding the differrential codes,
the Chilton book also indicates the F7 as a 4.10 geared unit. I was just
looking at the K6 code because it's listed as 3200 lbs, versus the F7 code
of 2700lbs. I'd be happy with either. I'm glad you pointed out that the
gearing
was the same. You've broadened my search. You're right about the F6 unit
being 3.73, but I'm referring to the K6. I'm just passing on what the book
says, I haven't actually seen either unit yet.
Tom
58F100
92Ranger,2.3L
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From: Bogginf350 AOL.COM
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Date: Saturday, July 10, 1999 6:50 PM
Subject: Re: FTE Perf - 92 Ranger differential


>i think that code is wrong.... my 87 ranger stx carries a code f7 and that
is
>the 4.10 limited slip while the f6 is the 3.73 limited slip and as long as
it
>has the abs plug it will work fine. you can actually run it without that
>sensor and just get a abs warning light on on the dash. ( my 87 did not
have
>the rear abs) good luck!
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Date: Sun, 11 Jul 1999 20:10:16 -0500
From: Phil DeSanto
Subject: FTE Perf - Re: 302 cam selection

>>
>>>I need some more power and I'm looking at cams.
>>>Anybody have any tips on selection?
>
>>>Then from: "David Claflin"
I would remove the bump in the exhaust port of the heads, you don't have
to remove them to do it and it will get you an easy 15-20 horsepower
>>>>>>>>>>

Shane-
I would sure second that ! The 302 / 351 stock exhaust ports are pitiful.
I don't know HOW they run as well as they do. It only takes a little time
with a carbide fitted grinder to make huge improvements. Don't get
carried away, just take out that bump and bring the opening out to the
same size as an exhaust gasket or header gasket. And of course, make them
all the same. I would however take the heads off. It's a lot easier to do
when you can see, and move the heads around. Plus no grinding grit in the
engine. (You might also look into picking up another set of heads and
doing them )
There's been a couple of good articles on windsor head porting in the
past. I just finished a set for my 351, and they look much better now. I
pretty much used info from a Ford High Performance article from Oct, 96.
A place called A-Ford-Able Performance is porting stock D5AE and E7TE
heads with very good results. A stock D5AE exhaust port flows 114 cfm.
.500 lift. On their Stage I head they remove the bump, put in a 1.60
valve, clean the bowl area and gasket match the port. It goes to 169 cfm
.500. I know that's not 429-460 territory, but it sure beats the heck
out of 114. Their "best" head, a Stage III w / 1.65 ex. flows 179 cfm.
.500. By comparison, a "stock" GT-40 alum. head flows 131 cfm .500. So
you can see removing that bump makes a big difference. Sorry for the
length of this post, but all this is still fresh in my "Head". ( Pun
intended) Good luck Shane....whatever you decide.
Phil 64 F-100 351w "Garage Queen"
63.5 Galaxie 390 4 sp. waiting patiently
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Date: Sun, 11 Jul 1999 23:25:51 -0400
From: Steve Midlik
Subject: FTE Perf - question

where can i get bolt on performance parts 4 a 1991 302 F-150. i don't
want to rebuild or change cam. chip replacement ? fuel-air mixer
improvement ? any simple tricks ? runs great but could use more pep.
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