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Old 03-09-2006, 05:05 AM
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I have heard of this before that ford made two "Bronco Lightnings" What do you think of this is it real or a "Clone"

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Old 03-09-2006, 06:09 PM
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It is one that a member of NLOC made from a bronco he had. nice truck though.
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It is a clone b/c Gen I lightnings didn't come with superchargers, and the spedometer went up higher than 85, (can't remember if it was 100 or 120).
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If you ever have to fix it and you are not handy with S/C on that old engine you will have a hard time fixing that thing.
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Nice looking truck though.
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Old 03-23-2006, 11:26 PM
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I read about this in Hot Rod magazine back in 95. One of the big wigs for Ford had a one of a kind Bronco made for himself, using a Lightning drivetrain. He even used the L wheels, but had to bor out the centers on the front, for the hubs. His was the only factory Ford Lightning/Bronco ever made.
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Old 03-24-2006, 01:18 PM
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What's so hard about repairs on that motor? I don't find it any more challenging to wrench on mine now than when it was stock...just have to remove inlet and/or discharge pipe occasionally, but that's just a couple of hose clamps.


There is a member that converted his bronco to look like a GEN 1 L (not sure if this is the same guy) and it looked very nice when it was completed.
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Would be a super sweet ride.
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I wouldn't want a 2wd bronco though....
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Ford uses Eaton S/C, and that Whipple was not invented in -96 when the truck was made.
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