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Old 02-13-2007, 02:47 PM   #106
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yeah, thats a good idea. i used the range one myself and it works great but does hang low (as expected). i have about 2" of clearance to the ground...

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MFE, I went to the Tractor Supply Store(looking for spherical rod ends!), and found that they had a real thick piece of belt type thing like 2kGT posted.
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wow those look great! so great i went out and bought one for my capri! its going to fit good. but i need some ideas for mounting it on the sides. it seems to sit down farther than the cover.

does anyone have any pictures of a ranger airdam OFF the car? so i can see how and where you cut it? i ground all the ridges off and it fits flush across the front but it seems like there will always be a big gap at the ends. help!
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Follow along in this link http://www.brazeauracing.com/mustang/airdam.htm
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ah ha thats the original link i missed! ok that makes sense on the sides. time to get to work! thanks
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I like the Mach 1 chin spoiler on the older 84-86 Foxes, they look nice!

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Drudris i was going to attach a bottom /belly pan to my front end too how did you attach yours to the fibersglass and the car? Thanks Jay

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I made some changes to my LX. With hood vents, ranger air dam, cobra insert, boxed radiator and holes in the bumper I was seeing 220-230 deg water and 290 oil temps at the end of a 20 min session in the summer (I still have functioning A/C). I have added a Saleen air dam and opened up the hole in the bumper. I will see what happenes at the end of the month when I go to TWS.
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Where does everyone have their temperature sending units installed? I have a mechanical Autometer gauge, and it is in the stock position on the lower intake. I was ragging on the car back in August at Willow Springs (High Desert in SoCal, 100* out, low humidity) and the car would barely get up to 200.

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Stock location with a mech. Auto Meter gauge and stock gauge sensor in the t-stat housing.

High flow stat
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Anyone care to explain to me what exactly this mod does and what it is?
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It sends more air up into the radiator to allow for better heat extraction, which for cars that open track frequently and see higher engine temps, it is a very beneficial thing. It also allows for reduced airflow from under the car slightly improving aerodynamics.

90lx86svo: what radiator are you running?
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Where does everyone have their temperature sending units installed? I have a mechanical Autometer gauge, and it is in the stock position on the lower intake. I was ragging on the car back in August at Willow Springs (High Desert in SoCal, 100* out, low humidity) and the car would barely get up to 200.

2 row aluminum radiator w/ plastic side tanks
Stock water pump
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Still has AC
Based on an awful lot of other posts I've read about cooling problems, you either have a bad Autometer gauge, or a very special car.
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For the guys with the Mach 1 chin spoiler, how tall is it?

I have about 6.5 inches from the ground, to the bumper, without a chin spoiler or air dam. I haven't gotten the car completely together, but I know I'll play hell getting out of my driveway.
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6.5 INCHES!!! Thats offroad clearance...


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6.5 INCHES!!! Thats offroad clearance...
Thats 6.5" without the air dam. With the factory air dam, it's 3.5" at the lowest point.

When this car was dead stock, I actually took it through some baby off road trails, because my friend thought his ranger was unstoppable. I told him that my thunderbird would handle what he was going through. Yes, it handled it and had plenty of articulation.



Here it is dead stock, with the running 3.8L and some turbines.



This is how it sits now, in progress, with the same 3.8L, but dead, and ready to come out.
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So after reading all this which year or model is the easiest to install
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I made some changes to my LX. With hood vents, ranger air dam, cobra insert, boxed radiator and holes in the bumper I was seeing 220-230 deg water and 290 oil temps at the end of a 20 min session in the summer (I still have functioning A/C). I have added a Saleen air dam and opened up the hole in the bumper. I will see what happenes at the end of the month when I go to TWS.
Old set up.

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where did u get those hood scoops?
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90lx86svo: what radiator are you running?
Sorry for the late reply. I am now running an AL rad I bought from Blue Oval. My Ron Davis started to leak again. When I pulled the RD rad out and tapped it flat on the ground a HUGE pile of rubber came out. Looking at it from the front it did not look bad but there was a lot hidden. Replacing it fixed a lot of my running hot issues.

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where did u get those hood scoops?
They are '67 mustang side vents.


I also boxed in the area around the radiator. I sealed from the lower rad support to the lower air dam

And sealed the holes in the lower rad support.


And used foam to seal the area leading to the inner fenders.


The water and oil temp dropped both dropped about 30 F. One more thing, I replaces my original 87-93 a/c condenser with a thinner one from a 83-86. They are about 1/2 inch thinner.
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Well, I got bored and goofed off in the garage for a bit today. I recently bought a 2001 Explorer 4x4 XLS and kinda got bit by the off road/trail toy but. I've lifted it a little bit and noticed I had the air dam laying in the corner of the garage.

Long story short, some trial fitting, some cut off wheel action and some screws....














I wanted something still streetable that wouldn't be a speed bump sweeper, and I think this'll work. If not, it occupied some time in the garage using some tools. Kept me busy for a few.
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Old 03-12-2009, 04:20 PM   #126
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Has anyone installed the ranger front air dam with the round fog light holes on a fox yet?
I'd like to see how that looked, i would like to use the round holes to attach my brake duct cooling tubes to.

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bump this up

dose this block the raditor at all? as i have trans coolers, that are mounted at the lower raditor suport. i figer this could help get air to them to help cool off the trans,
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dose this block the raditor at all? as i have trans coolers, that are mounted at the lower raditor suport. i figer this could help get air to them to help cool off the trans,
If you're talking about the ranger air dam, no, it doesn't block the radiator (at least not on my lx).

And, for what it's worth, I stuck one of these in there: http://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pro...p?Product=3625

....and ran the hoses to my midcontinent mustang brake cooling backing plates.
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yah i was talking about the ranger set up, on my lx as well thanks for the info, mine not a road race car, it's a street strip 10.7s but it the trans cooler don't get much air to them. thanks.
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How much does the Ranger setup weigh?
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How much does the Ranger setup weigh?
it's light..like 1 or 2 pounds IIRC ?????
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Did this mod. Helped out a TON!!!!!

Oh and on a super lowered car like mine. It pretty much scrapes everything.
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I realize that this is a spoiler thread but, those are nice wheels, what are they??
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I'll add a few pics to this post if someone is looking to do this. I guess you dont have to use big silver bolts & fat washers like I did, but I like that kinda industrial / mechanical / function-before-form look.





Yes that is a Bowtie. And yes I have replaced it since the pics were taken.

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Did this mod. Helped out a TON!!!!!
Funny you say that.

I never realized just how much difference the airdam made on my '86 Fox until I took it off for a day to get my toe-in reset after replacing the tierod ends.

All the way to the shop I was like "WTF?! I know my alignment is off a little but why does the front end feel so light & twitchy?" So I got the car aligned and went for another drive and thought I had F'd something up when replacing the spindles and tierod ends. So I go home, check everything out...all good. Put the airdamn back on and go for a test drive......OH!... that's what was going on....the airdam was missing from the equation.

Best $5 dollars I ever spent at the pick-a-part yard. But I had to section out ~4"-5" since I had to buy an Explorer airdamn. No Rangers in the parts yard.
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^^^^ aod109, I love your car man! It's got that 'mad maxx/road warriror' vibe!! :-)
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Thx man. It just kinda turned out that way by accident. After I made my own vortex generators and used pop rivets to attach the window sills from a '91 Stang, the car started to take a function-over-form appearance. I got tired of buffing out the paint that did not have a clear coat. So I rattle-canned the whole car with a black spackle textured paint. So it feels like the top of an old black BBQ. The paint will peel the skin right off your knuckles if u brush up against it too hard.

It looks even more sinister when I'm creeping through parking lots.
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2k2GT--nice air dam install, but I'm curious about the chin spoiler--is that the Mach I??

(or anybody else identify that one since those pics were posted last year and he may not be watching)

I'm also curious to see anybody's solutions for SN-95 Cobras. I'm trying to mock up a 2" chin spoiler/spliter that would follow the contours of the Cobra bumper, and tie in with a flat bottom between it and the radiator support to "seal" the front end. Then let the air out the hood, rather than worrying so much about the air dam sticking down 18-24" behind the front edge of the car.

Keep the pics coming.
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Since you bumped this, I thought it would be funny to show my Ranger air dam on a Mustang bumper on my Ranger...

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Since you bumped this, I thought it would be funny to show my Ranger air dam on a Mustang bumper on my Ranger...


hahahaha
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