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Old 01-23-2006, 10:02 PM
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Post '95 351W hp/torque specs??

Sorry, I can't seem to find this info by searching... Maybe I'm just not searching in the right manner...?

My '95 F-150 4x4 XLT has a 351W w/ E4od tranny and is an ext cab and long bed. Can somebody please tell me my HP and torque specs and at what RPMs those are put out, and also tell me whether its MAF or speed density?

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Old 01-23-2006, 11:26 PM
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According to Motor's, the 95 351 would have 210 horsepower at 3600rpm and 325 ft lbs at 2800rpm
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Old 01-24-2006, 02:50 PM
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Sorry, I can't seem to find this info by searching... Maybe I'm just not searching in the right manner...?

My '95 F-150 4x4 XLT has a 351W w/ E4od tranny and is an ext cab and long bed. Can somebody please tell me my HP and torque specs and at what RPMs those are put out, and also tell me whether its MAF or speed density?

Thank you much!

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Sounds exactly like my truck!

Wouldn't want less than a 351 in something that big......
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325 ft lbs at 2800..... I like that! I've got the 351 in my 95 and it seems to be wrapped out around that RPM. As a matter of fact, it hardly ever gets much past 3600 RPM before it shifts. When I hold it to the floor, it goes from 1-2 at about 3300, and 2-3 at about 3600.
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Handyman, my '92 E150 would shift at 5000rpms all day long if you kept your foot in it. Then again I have reason to believe it wasn't stock either.
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Any other truck I've been in thats the same era as ours has shifted around 4800 or so. My truck has almost 220,000 miles on it, so I'm thinkin that it falls on its face around 3800 RPM, and apparrently it knows this!
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Shoot, my old E150 had ~180 and ran out of steam at around 4500.
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I think it might have something to do with the tranny. The tranny is going south on me. It seems that if it slips, it will shift at like 2800 with it on the floor going from 1-2. If its normal... or so I think is normal... It will shift around 3300. Who knows. My buddies 96 MAF 351 shifts from 1-2 at about 5500 mashed to the floor.
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5000 sounds a little high...my 95 shifts around 4k-4500 if the pedal's on the floor. normal driving it shifts around 2k-2300. anybody else's shift that low??
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Not 5 grand..... it shifts at 5500. Trust me, shes screamin when you mash it to the floor. I dont know if the headers and throttle body spacer could be taken into consideration.... but thats how it shifts!
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Sorry, we kinda hijacked this one!
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thanks justin, kinda forgot about that and don't spend much time outside of these parts.

Chad, don't worry about it.
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