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Discussion in '1979 - 1995 (Fox, SN95.0, & 2.3L) -General/Talk-' started by Lx89Stang05, Sep 17, 2003.
That guy deserves an award for not going the usual boring sb chevy route we see waaaaaay too much of.
very cool! I'm impressed.
that is way cool
btw, what's that black thing in front of the intake?
That's a Falcon, right? I believe that car was in Hot Rod a few years back. That's originality
and wheres the VAM?
Looks like one of the covers you can find on a Ranger TB.
That thing is sweet
That's a speed density ranger motor (hence no vam and the TB cover) that has the turbo/manifold bolted onto it...running like 10psi. It was the one on Hot Rod a few years ago.
Found this old post. Got a question. How is he running a SD system? What computer etc.??
Obviously backed off the timing and limit the boost. I have that mag but they give little info.
Running the stock Ranger setup as far as I know...I thought the Rangers were MAF type engines though...don't know much about Rangers.
rangers got MASS Air and dual plug DIS in 1989, before that was speed density, before fuel injection was the same carb. 2.3 as the mustangs
My 91 Ranger is MAF
I just said that... I said Mass air started in 1989
Mass Air Flow = MAF
oh, i read it as 1998
Okay I read the article again. I think the computer is the one from the 88 Ranger (SD) with a turbo setup from the Tbird. Timing @ 10 and boost @ 8psi. Will the SD computer function with boost? Lots of turbo Dodges were SD.
Still no forged pistons in there but it's been running like that for a few years!
I'm sure he's using an FMU which means the SD computer doesn't know the motor is turbocharged...
Of course it's running fine with cast pistons at 8psi...that's only like 125rwhp :worship:
125rwhp.....do u know what that means??? = chevy eater :worship: