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  1. Lwat
    02-24-2014 03:26 AM
    Hi. I was just wondering if you are still producing the cobra front conversion kit? Thanks -Lance
  2. TeeJay88
    11-18-2013 07:03 PM
    Hi Tee Rev, Ive seen your brake kit everywhere, and am highly interested, are you still making it, if so how much does it cost. I wont have the money until January so no rush, but your kit looks amazing so I dont just want it, I NEED IT!
  3. mark1
    04-30-2012 08:42 AM
    The ENGINE build:
    4.0 OHV 10.6:1 Compression, Comp 422, 3156 Hypereutectic KB Pistons, heads & lower intake ported, 988 Comp Cam Valve Springs, 19lb injectors, factory TB and intake tube, true dual w/x-pipe and turbo Cherry Bombs
    The VAN:
    1995 Ford Aerostar AWD, built 4.0, '99 5spd auto transmission with computer controller, Bilstein shocks all around, lowered front springs, Firestone Ride-Rite, Centerline Scorpions custom wheels, 245-50R16 Falken Ziex, 5%rear, custom Leather quad buckets, 20%front side tint, in-dash DVD w/ Kicker speakers, Aero-Tec Molded Steps
  4. mark1
    04-30-2012 08:42 AM
    Hey there. I've been reading your posts and I'm wondering if you can answer a few questions. I'm not a Ranger owner but own a (yes you can laugh) 1995 Aerostar with a built 4.0 OHV. I have included the details on this motor in my next post.
    I'm just the owner, not the builder or mechanic. The guy who built this engine said for best results I would probably want to get it tuned. Being very ignorant, I assumed that we would see how it ran and performed after it was installed before looking at tuning. We have it running now, but not really good enough to drive. Now I find out "tuning" the EEC type 4.0 isn't that simple.
    My question for you is: do you think my injector/MAF/TB combination could be that far out to cause the motor to run this crappy? I'm wondering if I need to upsize any or all of them. Can't seem to find someone who can tell me what I need. Any thoughts?

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  • About Tee Rev
    Rangers & R/C cars
    CNC Machine shop owner
  • Signature
    Ranger #1 2007 S/C 4.0L 5 spd manual

    Ranger #2 1991 R/C Lwb Built 4.0L OHV 5 spd
    Runs 14.3's at 94 mph N/A & 13.4's @ 101 mph giggling!


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