I think they use the term "Universal" because the meter can be used with any inlet system. Other systems that use a single sample tube can be affected by the way the air flows into the meter. For example, C&L or Pro-M "bullet" meters can perform like crap if installed right after an inlet elbow. The elbow causes all the air flow ot be concentrated on one side, missing the sample tube and causing the system to run lean (or sometimes the other way around, and causing a rich condition).
Putting my combo together and running a little tight on the PTV setup.
Stock, untouched bottom end
Custom cam w/ 73925k2tw springs
9333pt head gasket (0.047” compressed)
The checking was done with light springs
Exhaust clears by miles, but intake is tight. I did the clay...
I'm trying to tighten up my steering a little bit. I replaced the outer tie rods that helped quite a bit with the loose steering wheel feel.
I'm going between mm aluminum bushings and prothane ones.
I went looking to see if Edelbrock made an EFI 351W RPM Air Gap intake. They make one for the Holden but nothing for a 351W it appears. Does anybody know if the Holden intake will align with aftermarekt 351W head ports?
I was hoping to purchase a genuine 86-93 Ford TFI module, but the dealer informed me they are obsolete.
Are the "Motorcraft" ones from Rock Auto, Amazon, and other such sources, comperable to the originals? I saw a few past threads about people purchasing several before getting one that wasn't...
Hey all, I’ve been working on swapping in a 302 from a 79 f150 that was originally bolted to a 4 speed manual into my 81 mustang. I also picked up a 68 c4 that’s been rebuilt, and bought the 157 tooth flexplate along with a 24 spline torque converter from Hughes. But when I went to put it all...
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