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Old 02-01-2014, 01:55 PM   #36
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maybe so but its still a v6 ...

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I almost did the v-8 conversion and would have got the whole car. I am comfortable with 220 hp 250 tq. There is not much I do not know about my v-6. In the v-8 section I am a pup. I know some of the general information, but the little stuff that the doers know is what makes you a pro in that area.
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that engine looks clapped out bruh im guessing your well below stock standards
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that engine looks clapped out bruh im guessing your well below stock standards
Check the invoice it is brand new.
What kind of intake do I have?
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you payed 2k to rebuild your engine and add a windstar
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Check the invoice it is brand new.
What kind of intake do I have?

Rebuilt to stock or rebuilt forged?


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look at his receipt, doesn't even have list of parts or nothing. prob got shafted with a junk yard engine
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I thought this was a post pics of whats under your hood thread? Sounds like bickering about off topic BS. Please stay on topic.

K.D., You can also use aluminum foil to wrap the electrical stuff and distributor cap when washing the motor. Use a scrub brush for the big stuff and tooth brushes for those hard to reach spots. If you have access to air,blow it dry afterwards. Then cover your belts and soak it down with some dressing. You can use air again to spread the dressing and then soft detail or paint brushes to get the tough spots. After that just stay on top of it and it will be clean all the time.
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Here's mine, taken 2 minutes ago.
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K.D., You can also use aluminum foil to wrap the electrical stuff and distributor cap when washing the motor. Use a scrub brush for the big stuff and tooth brushes for those hard to reach spots. If you have access to air,blow it dry afterwards. Then cover your belts and soak it down with some dressing. You can use air again to spread the dressing and then soft detail or paint brushes to get the tough spots. After that just stay on top of it and it will be clean all the time.

I never thought about doing that, but that's good. Thanks for the tip


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No prob. If you for some reason get water logged and can't get the car started pull the distributor and use your air to blow out the water.
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No prob. If you for some reason get water logged and can't get the car started pull the distributor and use your air to blow out the water.
What is this "distributor" that you speak of?..
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What is this "distributor" that you speak of?..
Thats for the old school.
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Just cleanded the engine bay. It was pretty dirty when I first got the car. I cleaned the engine 5 - 6 months ago but didn't come out as good as I wanted it to be.
Yesterday I decided to clean the engine bay again and this time it came out way better.

Here are the before and after pics
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Same old thing for the past 13 years
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