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I did both as well. I have no side to side action anymore. Car feels planted and solid in the rear. I have wheel hop in reverse =P
SCT2 is good...just go through a good dealer like MPH. ;)
I like the 3-4 shift!
I took mine out and dunked them into seafoam, now they are working great!
brakes and fuel filter. check all belts, hoses & fluids. Change the PVC valve.
"This" thread is bugged...we better meet at the pond by the farm near the fence.
The secret behind seafoam!!!!
omg! how did you miss the short novel written on this stuff like a week ago?
Remember: You can nevah lose with teh sea foam:hail2:
Steeda's here and no complaints... Start with the Steeda lowers first becuase they are very easy to change out. If you feel you need the rear end...
From KB: We've never seen any worthwhile gains on the 4.6, 5.4 Ford/Lincoln, PT Cruiser or Escape from any header.
Thats quite a claim!!
I've read on this site that you should wait 10k miles before switching to synthetic so that the rings can wear properly first.
Oil on the base...
Zero gain? Come on now...
Here are the SCT2 settings
From Sea Foams website:
SEA FOAM MOTOR TREATMENT for Gas Engine Applications
100% Pure Petroleum
Use in All Engines in All Seasons
Ok, so I picked up a can of this stuff a week or so ago from Napa for like $5.
Read this thread.
Best info was the person who said...
Race cars have flames due to valve overlap causing unburnt air/fuel to pass through the non-catted hot exhaust that has burning carbon deposits...
1/16th inch this & that..haha:lol:
You should stop attacking people who are trying to help and post your professional knowledge of installing...
Flush looks better and if he tried to line it up to the fenders it would have looked "poor". But thanks for posting how Ford did it.:nice:
It's very sweet! What didnt you like about the UPR?