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Old 07-03-2010, 11:11 PM
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My name is LittleBitPine. I am new to the forum.
I am a proud owner of a 1978 Ranchero Gt Brougham ,351 W,modified w/C-6.
I need some help with a couple carburetor specs questions.
I appreciate your time if some one would like to help the new girl

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Welcome to FTE LittleBitPine, with the Holiday weekend things may be slow. You can ask in the engine specific forum for your carburetor question also. Click Here
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Thank you Maximum4x4,
My question is,
I have a motorcraft w/a tag on it . What does this mean? what type is it ?what is my CFM? My book shows nothing and it is a 2barrel . It is a square metal tag by my electric choke. thank you

D8 SE FA
F 8A 25

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I will send in some help, a person that knows part numbers very well, he should be able to explain it.
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Thank you Maximum4x4,
My question is,
I have a motorcraft w/a tag on it . What does this mean? what type is it ?what is my CFM? My book shows nothing and it is a 2barrel . It is a square metal tag by my electric choke. thank you

D8 SE FA
F 8A 25

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Dont loose that tag, you need that when you buy a carb overhaul kit
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I will send in some help, a person that knows part numbers very well, he should be able to explain it.

Gee, i wonder who that might be....

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Dont loose that tag, you need that when you buy a carb overhaul kit
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I for sure . what do the letters & #s mean
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Question Need explanation of the carb tag

I understand but what do the letters mixed with numbers mean .?what is my cfi on this carb i own
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I understand but what do the letters mixed with numbers mean .?what is my cfi on this carb i own
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I have a Motorcraft w/a tag on it . What does this mean? what type is it?what is my CFM? My book shows nothing and it is a 2 barrel (2V).

D8SE FA
F 8A25
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ID number: D8SE-FA = Ford part number: D8PZ9510BN .. 2V Motorcraft Carburetor (Motorcraft CA2609).

Original applications: 1978 LTD II/Ranchero/Thunderbird/Cougar 351M / Installed in CA vehicles only.

F = Assembly Plant Code / 8A25 = Assembled January (A) 25, 1978 (8).

D9PZ9A586J .. 2V Motorcraft Carburetor Kit (Motorcraft CT1260).

I cannot give you the CFM, as the 1973/79 Ford Passenger Car Parts Catalog doesn't list this information.
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I am a proud owner of a 1978 Ranchero GT Brougham 351W, modified, w/C-6.
You have a 351M (M-Modified) engine. There is no such thing as a 351W (W-Windsor) Modified.

351M's were assembled at the Cleveland OH engine plant, 351W's were assembled at the Windsor, Ontario Canada engine plant.
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