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  1. arod1256
    04-01-2014 11:57 PM - permalink
    Hey, just wanna make sure that a 5.8 maf california .... injector harness will be correct for my maf conversion. any information will help i am getting close to complete my install and really need a new maf setup
  2. arod1256
    11-04-2013 10:24 PM - permalink
    Hello I am installing a supercharger with a intercooler on my 95 ford 460 E40D and would like to switch to MAF and use ur exact setup .. please if I could get a list of parts / and best place to put my sensor I was thinking after the cooler before the throttle body. Thanks in advance I have read quite a bit on these fourms and defiantly appreciate how you did your conversion!
  3. 460 yacht
    02-21-2013 10:52 PM - permalink
    460 yacht
    I have a few question about the 460 MAF conversion that I was hoping you could answer.
    I want to do the MAF conversion and need to know what parts to get. I am planning on buying an a9l computer, a piggy back harness from RJM and a C&L 80 mm MAF.....what I can't determine is wether I need to mess with the distributor or any other sensors besides the wide band O2 and MAF? I also Have read that some are re-pinning the ECU to work with the proper firing order and others use the QH and reprogram the ECU, which is better? I will also be adding a tp38 turbo and will purchase the QH a short time after I do the swap. I am very mechanically inclined and have no problems with wiring or fabrication. I'm lost because there is so much info and I don't want to waste excess money or time. After reading through many hours of forums I have found you to have the most knowledge and experience to what my goals are.

    Thanks for your time_____ Matt
  4. Hal Kantrud
    07-22-2012 06:34 PM - permalink
    Hal Kantrud
    Took a pic of that diode you wanted to see, but need your email addy to send it.

    Hal Kantrud
  5. Lead Head
    11-15-2011 10:32 PM - permalink
    Lead Head
    Ask me anything you want. Some basics:

    Stock 96 EFI 460 running about 7 PSI. 60 lb/hr injectors.
    Stock early 7.3 PSD Van Turbo (has larger exhaust housing than truck turbo)
    95 F-150 California 5.0 MAF Computer
    90MM Lightning MAF (blow through setup)
    E-Bay intercooler (fit pretty good in the front end with just a little trimming of the black plastic grille support)
    Porsche/Bosche plastic cheap BOV. Cost $15 and works great.
    E-Bay wastegate (also working fine for now)
  6. nossliw
    11-15-2011 08:11 PM - permalink
    Leah Head,

    I noticed you had recently finished a boost project on your buddys 460. I am restoring my fathers truck since he has passed and am wanting to do the exact same setup. I have a **** ton of questions for you guys and being one of the few on the net who has done this I'd really like to hear back from you. Questions about your MAF conversion.... tranny and motor reliability... turbo size... motor internals...Compression ratio...tuning and a few more issues. I have a motor on the stand torn down and ready to be built for later use yet want to fab and test on the current block in the truck 100k miles and blow it up before putting the expensive motor in.If you or your buddy who own the truck have a chance during the week or weekends to give me a call I would really appreciate it. I'm more than willing to shoot you guys some cash for detailed pics and build process if you would like.... my number 719-651-4019 my name is NIK. I'd really appreciate it

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  • About Lead Head
    Rhode Island
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    1987 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 2.9

    Needs a lot of work, including some rot on the body, but shes getting there.


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