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post #1 of 8 Old 04-13-2005, 11:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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speed density or mass air?

I dont know what to do? I just blew up cyl# 5. I bought a brand new short block aluminum heads cam/ roller rockers.I was told I cant tune my speed density with out a dyno!I FINALY made up my mined to convert to mass air. tried to order . I was told ford racing doesent sale anymore .can someone HELP!

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post #2 of 8 Old 04-14-2005, 07:04 AM
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You can get the harness from www.fordfuelinjection.com
Then you will need a VEX1 EEC for a 95 w/ E4OD and the MA sensor.

BTW, there has been alot of people disatisfied witht he MA conversion. The other option is to keep your SD and get a Tweecer. IT will hook into the EEC and you can adjust all engine parameters(fuel and timing curves) as well as shift points, speed limiter and rev limiter. A good example is a guy (sstock)on the NLOC.net that is running 11's with the SD and tweecer. He has 47lb injectors and blower. You can check the tweecer out at www.tweecer.com There is also a forum for help.....

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do you know what car yhe pcm is out of? I work at a ford dealership but they dont know what the numbers mean.thanks dan.
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Its out of a 95-96 F 150. 5.0 or 5.8 with E4OD -California edition, I think.

95 Lightning-Black #772
Edelbrock Heads / FMS 1.72 RR's
5.0 roller conversion-2* advanced
Bassani headers / x-pipe / side exit catback
MSD 6al / timing control / coil / wires / cap
ASP underdrives & smog pump delete
Modine 2" radiator / Dual efans

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thanks for the help!
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I've got a Pro-m mass air conversion i'm not going to be using pm me if you're interested.

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I gotta do some home work and scrape up some coins first!thanks
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What is the centerline on the cam you have? S/D engines DO NOT like anything less than 113 lobe center. You can tune your engine with a chip. It is nice to have it on a dyno to tune so the a/f can be set up correctly. I have just put a turbo on my 93 Lightning and I am tuning it with Chipmaster software from Diablosport. Mass air is not the only answer.

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