- Feb 21, 2010
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As a LONG time owner of SVOs, I can tell you that the SVO was a "turned-up" version of the Lima motor. The TC, XR4ti, GT Turbo, etc. all had the same engine. The SVO was the first to gain an intercooler and the large VAM, but the internals were the same. Many SVO owners actually swapped the ECM from at 87/88 TC for smoother idle and better power.
Pontiac did something similar to detune. In their case it was the firebird and the GTO.
Would love to have some stage 2 camsI wonder what these could be?
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Looks like the published n a camshaft specs are correct. No idea how many miles are on these. But they're actually ever so slightly above spec.View attachment 86162View attachment 86163
Yes I got a project for the weekend, trying to figure out the duration and timing. Anyone have a set of EcoBoost exhaust camshafts that they can do Precision measurement on?View attachment 86164
Rear wheel drive Kelford cam specs for EcoBoost.
I believe you're talking about the coolant transfer pipe that runs in valley below the cylinder heads. That had to be changed out. It's easy to remove from the normally aspirated engines but a royal pain in the asp on the EcoBoost engine.Wow. Been thinking what your doing for a long time.
How did you get run the coolant line underneath the manifold?
I was considering using the cast lower, to weld and resurface the surface of the injector bungs.
Well the map sensor is mounted on top of the manifold. I had to install a block and make mounting holes for that. There are some upper manifolds that have this mount in already but I'm not sure what year or vehicle.freakin awesome. What did you do for the bar sensor?
Love to see full pics of your set up.
Want to experiment next on a ATSV HPFP? I have some ideas..