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Old 08-08-2011, 03:38 PM   #1
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95 upgrade

ThAnks for the hazing but he we go
The car ain't got no balls and yes I got it running right full tune up
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Now whats the deal with the gt40 intake keep finding different answers
Do I want 40 or 40p heads any direction would be helpful and is it worth it
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Old 08-08-2011, 04:06 PM   #2
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well the explorer intake(if thats what your talking about) works pretty good, bolts right up but you will have to drill a hole for the act sensor, ive temporary got mine in the cold air intake, ive got gt40p heads and have drove cars with gt40 heads, from what ive read, the gt40p's are suppose to be better. the plug angle was revised and the electrodes was closer to the combustion chamber. on gt40s the plugs were angled toward the exhaust valve. most people say only certain headers will fit gt40p heads. i do not know which specific ones off hand, i think ive got bbks. explorer intakes usually run around a hundred bucks ish, as far as putting ya back into your seat, I didnt tell much of a diffrence in the FEEL of gt40 and gt40p heads, but everycar is diffrent. all in all it is good and cheap mods
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well the explorer intake(if thats what your talking about) works pretty good, bolts right up but you will have to drill a hole for the act sensor, ive temporary got mine in the cold air intake, ive got gt40p heads and have drove cars with gt40 heads, from what ive read, the gt40p's are suppose to be better. the plug angle was revised and the electrodes was closer to the combustion chamber. on gt40s the plugs were angled toward the exhaust valve. most people say only certain headers will fit gt40p heads. i do not know which specific ones off hand, i think ive got bbks. explorer intakes usually run around a hundred bucks ish, as far as putting ya back into your seat, I didnt tell much of a diffrence in the FEEL of gt40 and gt40p heads, but everycar is diffrent. all in all it is good and cheap mods
Not looking for bang in the seat just was reading and thought it might be a quick upgrade some guy was selling the explorer upper and lower intake for 60 I already have the injectors from a 97 explorer dumbass before me put them in
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Not looking for bang in the seat just was reading and thought it might be a quick upgrade some guy was selling the explorer upper and lower intake for 60 I already have the injectors from a 97 explorer dumbass before me put them in
If you want to keep your egr system you will want an explorer intake with the egr passage in the middle of the intake. The intake itself is a nice upgrade and flows almost as well as the cobra and gt-40 intakes. The explorer injectors are the same as mustangs.

If you want to keep your flowtechs with no clearance issues get gt-40 heads. Gt-40p heads have the revised spark plug angle that makes most headers a pain. Ford racing and Mac make gt-40p specific headers if you want to go that route.
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That's my gt-40p heads with bbk shorty headers. It's a real pain in the butt to change spark plugs, and I burnt up a few sets of wires trying to figure out the best ones to use.
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If u get the ford racing headers u wont b able to keep the egr I just installed it on mine and had to ditch the egr no hole in the header for it don't kno about the MACS but its worth it in the end no burnt up wires easy to change the plugs and it looks awesome under the hood
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Ok what yr should yr it appears the explorer from 96-97 was the same hp and torque as the 95 stang so where is the gain might as well have my heads get a valve job
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Ok what yr should yr it appears the explorer from 96-97 was the same hp and torque as the 95 stang so where is the gain might as well have my heads get a valve job
The cam in the explorers were the main reason for the similar hp/tq.
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That makes sense so with the heads and intake I'll get a boost . Who has changed the cam with this combo
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That makes sense so with the heads and intake I'll get a boost . Who has changed the cam with this combo
I did with mine, already got the heads and accessories off so it's not that much more to change the cam and timing chain.
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Re: 95 upgrade

Just remember the 95 computers are more sensitive to cam changes and may require further tuning with a chip to run properly.
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The stock 94-95 cams have a 114 lobe so with aftermarket cams the closer you get to 114 degree lobe the better your off!! (example the E303 Cam has 110 degree which will deff need tuning the Trick Flow stage 1 Cam has 112 degree which works better with less tuning!!)
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The stock 94-95 cams have a 114 lobe so with aftermarket cams the closer you get to 114 degree lobe the better your off!! (example the E303 Cam has 110 degree which will deff need tuning the Trick Flow stage 1 Cam has 112 degree which works better with less tuning!!)
Thanks the cam price ain't that bad either
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Re: 95 upgrade

gt40p has smaller valves than the gt40. the smaller valves helped increase velocity flow over the gt40. sooo technicaly the gt40p is better

any set of of ebay headers will work with gt40p heads...

e cam, 1.6rr, gt40p heads, 24lbs injectors, explorer intake combo... is supposed to produce approx. 300 flywheel hp. but ive never dynoed the combo.

explorer intake....
came with egr and non-egr configuration depending on year of truck, if you run a egr delete and egr simulator (ebay..20buks shipped for egr simulator) u prolly wont care.. and most likely better off

pcm....
i run a 93 pcm in my sn95>>> a9l series pcm is waaay better to tune than 94-95 pcm
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So I want the gt40p heads then think I'm heading to the Bronx this weekend to do a little junkyard digging
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