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Old 11-27-2012, 06:40 AM
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Originally Posted by mustang 671 View Post
Computers are for porn searching.... even in Spain. Didn't any body tell you that?

sounds like you have a nice selction of toys there . i would be interetsed in your 351w spec ?
Nothing wrong with a little Hot Babe porn and I do agree with you about computers, NOTHING is worse than being at the mercy of a Tuner
I probably felt different when my old 00 Lightning was running 9's at 140 MPH and I was driving it to and from the track but I have friends that give up their vehicles for 6 months to get tuned and that is absolutely INSANE and unacceptable. I bought this Lightning mostly as a tow vehicle and also to have a fun vehicle to drive more often. The Sierra only comes out on the SPECIAL DAYS.

The set up is nothing to crazy, just a fun performance truck I can drive anytime and anywhere and also do some towing

1993 Ford Lightning
High Output 5.8L w/high-silicon aluminum hypereutectic pistons 8.8:1
Hydraulic flat-tappet camshaft, duration is 260 degrees intake, 274 exhaust
Aluminum Trick Flow Heads
Scorpion Performance Roller Rockers
Kenne Bell 2.2 Blowzilla Supercharger
Kenne Bell Boost-A-Pump w/ In Cab Control
Accufab 75MM Throttle Body
Pro-M 92MM MAF
Ford Racing 30 lb Injectors
3.5 Cold Air Intake System

Built E4OD Transmission

8.8 Rear 4.10 Posi

MSD Boost Timing Master Control (#5462) w/ In Cab Control
MSD Street Fire Coil
Late 90s Bronco Computer (302 E4OD)
Bassani Equal Length Headers
Bassani Off Road X Pipe w/Cat Delete
Bassani Cat Back w/ (2) Side Outlet Tips

Looks pretty dam good for a 20 year old tow vehicle
And I can make all the adjustments I need to by simply turning a couple of knobs



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