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Ford f250 351W 5.8l w/Mods
This is my 1997 F250 HD 2WD, the last of the square body's. Like if you like. Idle @ 11:35 Rev @ 12:35 10-90 MPH @ 13:10 Runs a 15.8 ET in the quarter with a rolling start because of wheel hop. I will be getting a new time soon as I can and I am hoping to drop up to a second. When I get ladder bars I'll be able to do a hard launch and that should drop some time too. *Notice, during the revving of engine, the blue must be a camera glare through the moisture, because the engine doesn't burn any oil and I never see any blue coming out of the Exhaust. 351w 5.8L Multiport EFI 5 Speed 10.5" Limited Slip Rear End Factory Roller Cam Edelbrock Performer Intake Twin 61MM BBK Throttle Body Dual Cone Air Filters (now have K&N here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0SWC7PIeac) Short "Straight Pipe" Exhaust After the Cat Next upgrades in planned order: 1) Ladder bars (NOW have traction bars here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnhonN69vyQ 2) Body work 3) Methanol injection 4) Zex Wet kit, planned 75 shot, hence the methanol injection. 5) Find a Dynomax, powerdyne, or vortech SC kit. 6) Remote turbo? 7) Just trying to reach MAX safe block potential of 500 RWHP. Thanks.





Starting A Ford 351W with Pro Charger F2
Starting up Peter Rosenqvist new engine for 2008 running on Methanol. Running with Ron's Fuel System





89 f250: 5.8l with shorty headers and glasspack
I fixed my Exhaust because of an Exhaust leak where the headers meet the block. I put on new gaskets, sanded the old bbk headers, painted them with a flat black VHT paint, and reinstalled them. They run into a 3in Y pipe which goes to a 2 1/2x28in thrush glass pack with no cats. THe Exhaust is way to quite now, i might have to drill a couple holes in the headers, to get that old growl back, haha. The motor is an all stock 351w (5.8l) with 160,000 miles and a K&N intake system. Any questions feel free to ask.





1992 Ford F150 351w Snowy Hill Climbing
1992 Ford F150 351w climbing some hills on a sunday afternoon. 11" lift, 35" Grooved& siped Toyoz MT's. Got dug in on top pretty easy and quick, on top was only 20ft playing room to turn around on. Still had fun got strapped out just far enough to turn around and inch off. Uintah Basin




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