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Old 07-27-2010, 03:24 AM
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74 ranchero engine help

How do you go about turbo charging a carborated 460?
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Manifold set up, blow through carb, oiling set up, heat shielding, intake and filter set up, and a couple of engine rebuilds.

Is this a 460 you are building, or a many miles motor that's in the Ranchero already?

You can make more power with a NA 460 than the stock chassis can handle.
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I am planning to TIG weld the 8 into 1 exsaust manifold, and run a high power oil pump with a oiling cooler and line to the turbo.

Welding and fabrication isent a problem. Finding the proper turbo and injection system is.

I want to do a bi-turbo set up. Much like the ford 6.4 (I believe, could be the 6.0 I can't recall). So I will have a small turbo spoiling up fast and a larger turbo for higher rpm.

For a fuel system I want to run a carborator, fuel injection is very costly and this is a budget build.

As for the frame, the rear end has a 9in and trailing arms, I plan on keeping the axle and doing eather a triangulated 3 link, or a 4 link suspention. For tranny I have a C6 automatic
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For twin turbos, I don't think you want 8 into 1.

This is supercharger talk, but you'll run into some of the same issues. Other discussions there also:

Supercharger build - 460 Ford Forum

Your topic is turbocharging, not Ranchero, so you may want to post in this forum:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/54...r-vehicle.html
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Your right. I will still post the build on this. Anyone know where ican get quarter pannels? I can't seem to find any
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Anyone know where i can get quarter pannels? I can't seem to find any
D2OZ9727846A .. Right Quarter Panel / Obsolete

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Fits: 1972/76 Ranchero / No Ford Dealer or obsolete parts vendor has any.

Where is the damage (prolly caused by rust), above the wheel wells and along the bottom of the quarter panels?

Find a 1972/76 Torino 2 door, then cut the quarter panels from it, then splice in the lower section of the 2 door panels to the Ranchero's quarter panels.
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Thanks man. I am considering cutting a inch or 2 out of the rear quarter pannels to eliminate rust and fit larger tires. Rust in rocker pannels shouldn't be to difficult to replace or patch.
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