I Have a 2004 ford F-150 heritage 4.2L and i want more speed. i have a jetperformance and K&N intake and i stop at 99mph. if you disable the governor you will go past but if anyone knows how to i would like to know. i want to put it on the track to see the performance gained but i stop at 99 b.c of the governor. if anyone know how to disable it or fix the problem i would be so appreciative. i would like to race a rice burner and win and not shut down at 99
i would like to race a rice burner and win and not shut down at 99
I doubt that is possible. Since ricers have an extreme top and and usually all ricers go over 150mph you'll have a hard time on a long distance strech. But I'm sure if you invest in it you could take them off the line. Do you have an ext. cab, reg. cab, long/short bed??
2005 Ford F-150 Ext. Cab FX4 5.4L
Your funny homer. LoL. Youre right...a stock 5.4 dominates a stock manual tranny 4.2L. With your logic, and the reality of the fact that a 4.2 can easily handle a 5.4....any ricer can smoke any stock f150, reguardless of configuration.
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We do realize a 5 speed civic EX vtec 2 door coupe runs, at best, a 16.6ish. An Si (well the late 90's models) run 15.7's. The newer model Si's have more torque off the line, but too much faster. I've smoke Integras and Civics all day...well, maybe not like a GSR or Type R, but you know...
I have beat civics and other cars of that sort also.. It's a question of what it is and how its modified(stock or otherwise). I've beaten GT v'6. Just aa quastion of what it is. NOW one of my friends had a 84 monte carlo. 350 v8 bored and stroked to a 385..over 400 ponies, with supercharger on the way..It runs 12's already.exilerating ride. Talk about whiplash. I'd like to buy a 4.2, have it bored out and bigger pistons put in. New cam, roller rockers, bigger injectors..Shall I go on?
2001 Black F-150 SC
4.2 Liter 5spd
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