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Updated on Apr 17, 2013
Page 1 - Intro (You are here)(**Recently Updated 9/17/08**) Page 2 - Building Fiberglass Center Console Page 3 - List of Items Intsalled on Vehicle Page 4 - Truck Build Page 5 - Exterior Pics
Video of Truck
Current Progress, still need to paint Grille I made for truck to look like RPB Grille. Goin to install black FORD emblem in the middle.
Engine finally done internally and will be reinstalled soon.
Page 4 Shows how I created center console from scratch.
Speed Pro .030 Over Forged Aluminum Pistons SFI Approved Racing Double Welded Gold Anodized Flexplate (can be safely revd up to 12,500rpms) and Powerforce Damper Fully Bonded Non-SFI (can be safely revd up to 6,500rpms)
New Clevite Main Bearings and Rod Bearings installed In the process of installing Speed Pro Forged Aluminum Pistons with Moly Piston Rings.
All Speed Pro Pistons finally installed Rods were cut and new bearings were installed. Crankshaft was balanced with new flexplate and damper installed. Rods and Pistons were all matched within 1 gram of each other. Pistons were already suppose to be matched but some werent and now are.
MSD Pro Billet Distributor Installed along with Glow Shift Oil Filter Adapter Sandwich to feed oil to turbos, and to have temperature and pressure gauge installed.
You can see the 390 engine in the background from the 1965 Thunderbird I am restoring right now. I will be posting this vehicle up as soon as I take more pictures of restoration process.
My Edelbrock lower and upper intake manifold cleaned up and painted along with the BBK Twin 56MM Throttle Body. You can see the EGR Block Off Plate installed on Upper Intake Manifold.
I ended up porting the intake manifold so there wouldnt be any air flow restrictions due to the install of new Trick Flow 1" Phenolic Spacer. The spacer will prevent heat from transfering to upper intake manifold from lower manifold lowering air temperature entering combustion chamber. This should increase hp and tq output, we will see what happens. Either way I still need spacer so upper intake manifold wouldnt rest on passenger side turbo.
Trick Flow Valve Spring Upgrade Kit for Small Block Ford (Part# TFS-2500100) Allows the use of a high performance cam with up to .542 lift on stock iron heads. It comes with valve springs, damper springs(inside valve springs), chromemoly retainers, locks, valve seals, spring shims and spring height gauge.
Up close pick of one of the valve springs with the damper spring, and the two different intake and exhaust retainers which give the exhaust and valve springs different heights.
Stock Camshaft on top and Trick Flow Camshaft on bottom
Trick Flow Track Max Hydrualic Roller Tappet Camshaft Part# TFS-51402000
Advertised Duration 275/279 , Lift .499/.510
Trick Flow Upgraded Valve Springs Installed, Trick Flow Camshaft Installed along with Ford Racing 1.6 Roller Rockers. Only one head installed so far.
Ford Racing 42lb Injectors and an Aeromotive Fuel Pressur Regulator for Supercharger/Turbocharger applications (Adjustable from 35-70psi and Fuel pressure rises on a 1:1 ratio when referencing boost).
Walbro 255lph Fuel Pump
(Modified side tank fuel pump on left) and (Stock rear tank fuel pump on right)
I had to modify fuel pump to accept Walbro 255lph Fuel pump. They dont make one for these trucks so I bought one for a mustang and cut up fuel pump container since the walbro didnt fit inside. I left the float mechanism so it would still read fuel level in tank. I got some galvanized metal and fabricated a bracket and welded it togother to hold walbro fuel pump. I also added a bolt for extra security. I soldered and used shrink wrap on wires. I didnt use the crimp ons that came with Walbro fuel pump since soldering and using shrink wrap is always better. Now I just have to do the same to the rear fuel pump.
These 4 pics are Photoshoped but will look better when I really get it all done.
Example of Phoenix that will be airbrushed
@ San Antonio, Texas Heat Wave Custom Truck & Car Show Sound-Off (June 2nd & 3rd 2007) My first time taking truck to a car show and I got 3rd Place in Ford 4x4 Street Class. Can you believe they actually thought my truck was a 4x4.
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killer truck shes super clean ... wish i had that moter in my crown vic !
Killer truck. Looks excellent
I'm going to show your truck to my buddy, I helped him rebuild his 351W, I'm still trying to convince him to go blown. Maybe you truck will help!
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