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  • About 1966Tbird
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    PA
    Country of Residence
    US
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-150
    Year
    1989
    Current Mileage
    50,000 - 74,999
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
  • Signature
    89 F-150 on 33s with alot of mods

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  • Last Activity: 04-17-2013 08:11 AM
  • Join Date: 12-31-2006
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  1. 05-16-2012 06:00 PM - permalink
    Hey Tbird im about to start my carbed 351W swap in my 88 2wd EFI i6 f150. I read in a couple threads of yours that you used a C6 trans in your 2wd truck. My truck is manual at the moment and I want to convert it to auto with the 351W. Is their a certain year or model C6 I should be looking for?
  2. 07-30-2011 05:00 PM - permalink
    i have a 1994 ford f-150 that i am wanting to convert to a carb. i have a 302 intake but its to small, i was told it would fit. i was alo told that a older intake of a 351w wouldnt fit either. is this right? what intake do i need?
  3. 07-17-2010 01:38 AM - permalink
    hey man what color is the wire that you run the fuel pump off of when you do a carb swap. i know you said it is somewhere towards the inertia switch
  4. 02-16-2010 09:57 PM - permalink
    hey we have the same trucks but yours is cooler lol i was wondering if you have any lift in the truck or it stock height cause i wanna get 33s for mine but im not sure if they would fit
  5. 01-07-2010 07:04 PM - permalink
    1966 t burd. hey man i got a question maybe you can help me since you are a guru?
    i lowered my 1972 f100 on the rear with blocks and u bolts but my differential is a little crooked downwards and started to shake between 2nd and 3rd gear,the truck is sitting on the shock so the ir no suspension movement. You think vibrations come from the deifferential being cooked or the no shock absorption? thank you
  6. 11-22-2009 10:06 PM - permalink
    hey could u email me with info on ur carb swap,im wanting to do this on my 88,my email is [email protected],i cant private message,i guess i dont have enough posts.
  7. 6CylBill
    06-11-2009 12:39 PM - permalink
    Give me your T-ruck Plz.
  8. 1966Tbird
    04-16-2009 11:13 AM - permalink
    my f-150 i put a carb on instead of the fuel injection i also put in a huge cam and ported the heads along with headers and an edelbrock rpm air gap intake manifold the carb is just a little 570 holley and i have a 3500 stall converter and a 125 shot of nitrous, my truck will open a can of whoop ass with nearly stock mustangs

    but for you switch to mass air stick the biggest computer campatable cam in it and while you have your intake off to put in the cam port match it to the heads just the port match is worth like 10-15hp and get a new dissy cap plug wires plugs and k&n airfilter (don't waste your money on the cold air intake it actually loses you hp)
  9. bobby738998
    04-15-2009 10:20 PM - permalink
    is your 89 f150 mass air or no? i have an 89 f150 with a 302 and 5speed under it i wanna give it some more power this 220horse cant stay with my friends who have 300+ you know what i could do to it and end up pushin at least 300 horse?
  10. 1966Tbird
    03-04-2009 04:57 PM - permalink
    alright well what part confused you, the -6an fuel line you can get from summit racing as well as the special fittings you will need- and that's alright i'm more of a drag car guy this is my first 4x4 and i recently started fooling around with bikes and they are a whole new learning curve

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