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This is something that's been needed for along time. It's good as well. Yea, if you can just keep adding info/editing your first post (keep it all in one place), - maybe to elaborate or just add more info from time to time, - this could be the best "sticky" on the site, IMO.
Yah - it'll be exhausting work fer the youngin' but worth it.

Help to keep da bum bizzy & outta trouble

EDIT - HEGO = http://fordfuelinjection.com/?p=31



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Originally Posted by MGDfan View Post
Yah - it'll be exhausting work fer the youngin' but worth it.

Help to keep da bum bizzy & outta trouble

EDIT - HEGO = http://fordfuelinjection.com/?p=31



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I really don't have any knowledge in O2 sensor field. If you can write up a section on it, I would gladly put it in the guide. Of course credit will be given.
 
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I really don't have any knowledge in O2 sensor field. If you can write up a section on it, I would gladly put it in the guide. Of course credit will be given.
You touched on it here a bit -

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By tuning the length of the primary tubes, usually by means of resonance tuning, the rarefaction pulse can be timed to coincide with the exact moment valve overlap occurs. Typically, long primary tubes resonate at a lower engine speed than short primary tubes.
O2's run cooler further downstream on a LT install. Leans AF's, but only @ WOT I believe. Temp vars are reprogrammed via tuner. That's what is meant by tuning length.
 

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Great work, I know I deff. would have used this. I am sure it will be used by many others on the site. Thank you for your contrabution.
 
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Thanks for the info. This may help me a lot.
 
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Nice guide. Did you obtain permission to use all the photographs though? Since this thread is now under the spotlight, legal actions could come into play?
 
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Another one.......
Quality grades and types of tubing.
 
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Nice guide. Did you obtain permission to use all the photographs though? Since this thread is now under the spotlight, legal actions could come into play?
I don't see anything wrong with the pics or statements. No misrepresentation. It's free advertising if anything (as far as pics go).

He might just get a metal.
 

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You touched on it here a bit -



O2's run cooler further downstream on a LT install. Leans AF's, but only @ WOT I believe. Temp vars are reprogrammed via tuner. That's what is meant by tuning length.
'Brew - transport delay - it's function of distance (delta thereof from OEM location), not temperature: https://www.f150online.com/forums/2459171-post11.html

On that note - perhaps a reference to which longtubes require correction and which do not (a tuning vendor will know this, like Mike above).

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Also we should make an intake guide... don't wanna leave out the Sphinkter!!

 
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and you forgot the H-pipe is for low to mid range performacne and the X-pipe is for mid to higher rpm performance
 
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Also we should make an intake guide... don't wanna leave out the Sphinkter!!




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'Brew - transport delay - it's function of distance (delta thereof from OEM location), not temperature: https://www.f150online.com/forums/2459171-post11.html

On that note - perhaps a reference to which longtubes require correction and which do not (a tuning vendor will know this, like Mike above).

MGD
Yea, I thought delay only had to be messed with if you were spitten 133/153 DTC's, and after an install (delay increase). That doesn't happen to often.

I stand corrected then..- Dammit, that's twice this week. Can't argue with Mike.
 
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Yea, I thought delay only had to be messed with if you were spitten 133/153 DTC's, and after an install (delay increase). That doesn't happen to often.

I stand corrected then..- Dammit, that's twice this week. Can't argue with Mike.
Nah - don't sweat it - that's what, 2 out of 12,000 good ones? I'd say yer doin' just fine

Here - we need ya: post # 38 ==> https://www.f150online.com/forums/ex...her-stuff.html

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Originally Posted by MGDfan View Post
Nah - don't sweat it - that's what, 2 out of 12,000 good ones? I'd say yer doin' just fine

Here - we need ya: post # 38 ==> https://www.f150online.com/forums/ex...her-stuff.html

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- Oh brother, - I can't help him. He has plugs blowing out from a lean condition? - I have nothing positive to contribute, at the moment. Unless ? Unless your referring to the ladder ?
 

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