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Installing a Wet Nitrous Oxide System on a Ford 5.0L EFI engine

This is a companion video to my 5.0L engine swap series on installing a wet Nitrous system to the 5.0L EFI. I give some background on Nitrous and the project. I show detailed installation and preparation. Info on the swap, engine, cam, EEC wiring and troubleshooting are all detailed in the swap series DVD's. More DVD and purchase info can be found at www.badshoeproductions.com


 


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How to identify different versions of the Ford C4/C5 Trans.
This clip is taken from the beginning of my How To Rebuild the Ford C4 video series. I get many questions from customers and people on Ford forums asking about how to tell the difference in C4 year model, case and pan fill, styles of bellhousings etc. This video should answer most of these questions. If you want purchase info on the complete C4 as well as other videos, just go to my web site; www.badshoeproductions.com





Valve lash adjustment on a 5.0L with pedestal rockers
I have now finished two volumes on "Swapping a 5.0L engine into a Fox body Ford". This is a short clip from the valve lash adjustment chapter in volume one. Understand, this video clip is for setting non-adjustable pedestal rocker arm. When I torque the rocker bolts down, they are fully tightened to the head. All checks for pushrod length and rocker tip contact were checked earlier in the DVD. The finished video series shows what is needed when installing a V8 into a Fox platform that may have had a 4 or 6 cylinder engine originally. The Fox that I'm using in this production is an 88 turbo Coupe TBird and the engine is from a 99 Explorer. This video can be used when swapping a 5.0L into any Fox platform. In the first volume, I pull the 4 cyl. and A4LD trans. from car, make changes to the engine so it can fit in a Fox frame as well as do a partial tear down of the engine. The AOD tranny is installed in volume 2 which is the same one that I overhauled in my "How To Overhaul the Ford AOD" repair video. The engine is pretty much stock in vol. 1, however I show how to install a high lift cam, degree it in, check piston to valve clearance, talk about valve train geometry and how to set valve lash. I also do simple bearing and cylinder wall wear measurements. Volume 2 has chapters on putting the drivetrain together, wiring/plumbing engine for EEC IV EFI, and how to troubleshoot electronic fuel injection. I may add future updates on building and tuning an aftermarket "stand-alone" controller, maybe even a turbo or Supercharger installation. I'm asking you, the car guy enthusiast and former customers to suggest to me what I should add to this video project. Drop me an email with your thoughts. Volume one and two is finished and ready for sale now. Please go to my web site for project updates and info on all of the BadShoe series "How To" copyrighted DVD's as well as digital downloads. Thanks...Ken "BadShoe" Collins. www.BadShoeProductions.com Instructional videos specializing in Ford drivetrains





Rewiring a Ford EEC IV "speed density" harness to a "mass air" harness
Hi, Ken Collins here, I've added a companion video to my 5.0L engine swap two volume series on wiring a "speed density" EEC harness over to a "mass air" harness. Hopefully this video will clear up some misinformation on the subject. Although I've been driving and drag racing this project car for a few years, I decided to change to mass air to help correct some stalling and poor idle. The changeover made a big difference in idle quality without hurting racing performance. If you have or planning changes to your 5.0L engine especially if you've installed a performance camshaft, I urge you to consider a mass air upgrade. If you like this video and would like to know more about the 5.0L engine, EEC IV electronics as well as troubleshooting, the complete 5.0L engine swap video series might be helpful. Give my web site a look, www.badshoeproductions.com and if you have any questions, email me, badshoe@comcast.net





How to Install a PI Intake on a Non-PI 4.6L 2V Ford Engine
BadShoe Productions "How To" video on installing a PI (power improved) intake on an earlier non-PI 4.6L engine. This popular swap adds performance and prepares the engine for future installation of PI cylinder heads. I use my 97 TBird 4.6L 2V however, the details also apply to Mustangs, Crown Vic's, Grand Merc's and Town Cars. Please email me if you comments or questions about this swap. badshoe@comcast.net





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