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Old 06-23-2010, 08:42 AM
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What are the 1995 5.0L engine specs?

Does anyone have the break down of the motor? comp,cam specs?


Are the heads the E7's that were put on the mustang 5.0L?
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Old 06-23-2010, 10:27 AM
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Almost all 5.0 motors built after 1987 were the same except for a few parts. They all use the same block, heads, crank and connecting rods, the HO version got either forged or hyper pistons(depending upon the year) while the non-HO motors got cast slugs, but in all cases nominal CR was 8.8-9:1. The cam installed was somewhat vehicle specific, the HO got a unique roller cam while the trucks motor had a relatively small flat tappet up to 1991 that was switched to an equally small roller in '92 and then again to the "Explorer/F4TE" roller cam in '94. The intake, timing cover and water pump, oilpan and pickup, and accessory brackets are all vehicle unique too.

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Pre '92 truck flat tappet and '92-'93 roller: 0.379/0.395" lift, 244/256 duration
'94+ Truck roller: 0.422/0.448" lift, 256/266 duration
'87+ HO roller: 0.444/0.444" lift, 266/266 duration
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Do the pistons have valve reliefs in them?
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HO pistons do all others don't.
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