There is definately some good info! Neither of these tasks are for those who get queasy seeing their vehicle in a major state of disarray. I would like around 400hp at the crank. I found it easier just to take the upper intake off to get to the injector wires, and splice into the control - side of the wire, be sure and solder here, you don't want this to come loose. For these vehicles the mass air swap options are quite simple. For instance, we in fact had several left over stock mass air meter assemblies from our past Mustang project cars. While there are limits, they are not insurmountable with some tuning. But not a Bolt in.
Tow vehicle: 2012 F-250 4x4 6. We like the idea of sourcing the hard parts ourselves because it allows considerable flexibility in pricing and the parts we select. The front Set up out of a 4x4 F150 is a bolt in. By doing this, it can detect the changes in the volume of air, in addition to it's pressure and temperature. I have had the axle installed ready in a weekend which included new ujiont bushings. One you start adding cams, heads, etc.
Only real way is to separate it and inspect. The trans crossmember will have to be relocated and notched. The solid axle is done allot. Registration is fast, simple, and absolutely free so please,! One caveat, it is discontinued, so chances of ordering at the Ford parts counter is slim, however you may only be able to find it from a wreck. We usually get 3:55's and put in them for the 4 spd and 5 spd.
A mass air sensor directly reads the mass of air or number of molecules of air. I personally think solid axle would be? If you're feeling like you need the challenge at least use Bjorn Bremb's documentation as a guide. We've heard you can purchase this separately from Ford, however we did not look into this. It stands for Programmable SpeedOmeter Module. The gears in rear are 3. The 302 intake will rest on your lifter valley and not even touch your heads.
They have a write up in there I believe. . The harness see side bar is better termed a lay over harness, as it is intended to install along side the factory harness. On a Speed density system, just changing the cam can cause the car to be undrivable. The resultant voltage output signal is sent to the computer to make fuel adjustments based entirely on how much air is going into the engine. Now hook up your battery and fire it up! If get donor truck for front suspension.
The new sensor was placed in the driver-side exhaust pipe, several inches after the manifold. I would do all the work myself as I have a small machine shop in the garage lathe, welder, vertical mill etc. Pick up an O2 sensor bung from most good parts or muffler shops. On highway And offroad tested. You'd then have the arduous task of cutting up your factory harness and the Mustang harness and splicing it all back together in accordance with the wiring diagram for the mass-air equipped Mustang. Where the solid require some engineering to say the least. This sensor has a two wire element, the hot wire is heated to 200 degrees Celsius above the incoming air, the ambient cold wire serves as a reference temperature.
Since we're working on the cheap, we used this Bosch sensor leftover from one of our past 5. The new harness however comes with most of the crucial wires labeled with the function and pin position, making the job very straight forward. This makes the injector timing more accurate and will help emissions along with power. I do a lot of highway driving and the 75mph speed limit really is pushing the engine rpm's. This exactness is what makes Mass Air more desirable. These units came from a 1992 Mustang. Incidentally, perhaps the most aggravating part of this swap is figuring out how to get the two throttle body tubes to converge into the single mass air meter housing.
This makes it challanging to plumb in a mass air meter. Also See: Big Ugly Work Truck Introduction This is the objective; installing a 88-93 5. I am using a mustang H. As you have probably already gathered, the Mass Air system is highly adaptable, and is well suited for high performance applications, and gives fairly good drivability on a performance vehicle. If you have cash burning a hole in your pocket this is by far the most convenient choice. The other alternative, and most costly, is to purchase an off-the-shelf mass-air conversion kit. We're sure anyone handy with a welder could fab this up as well.
Good luck Hope you find a donor truck to make your life easy. I want to add aftermarket heads, cam, full exaust, ect. Spend some time at the National Lightning Owners Club or at Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forum and you'll get plenty of ideas. Ok so i have a 93 f150 4x4 it has a 305 and five speed tranny, recently i was givin a 86 f250 with a rebuilt 460 it was a buddie of mines mud racing truck well was gonna be but they ended up not having the races so he said if i wanted it i just had to come get it. Speed Density was Ford's earliest method of electronic fuel injection. Well here we are, and we're going to show you how to do it, and why. The greater the air flow, the more the wires cool and the higher the voltage.
Yank out the 15lbs of wiring and install the aftermarket ignition, like Southern Thunder suggested. We were pumped that it was a 5. Currently I have a 93 F150 4x4 with a 300 fuel injected and a 4 speed T18. Ultimately we decided not to remove the intake and just put up with the fuss of wedging our hands under the plenum to disconnect the connectors We began the conversion by installing a second oxygen sensor. Let me begin by saying that I am brand new in forum but have been doing some reading on here for a while. Planning the Conversion There are several ways to go about making the conversion on 1987 to 1993 pickups or Broncos.