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Old 04-08-2003, 04:11 AM
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Ok, this should do for a final topic starter.....show me your stuff......come on, you know you want to. <pete, you stay out of this > Show me and the rest of the world on every number you got for everything engine related. Be it 258, 360, 401, or even 4.0.... Know that water pump part number by heart now? Know what pieces you need to do the valley oil mod on the 360? Do your part to make our lives easier at the parts counter. Which would you rather do; just tell em the part number and get out in 15secs, or try to explain what a carb is to a walking pimple? IFSJA WANTS YOU.....and your numbers [img]smile.gif[/img]
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Old 04-22-2003, 04:19 PM
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Fuel Pump: Master E2182

For anyone running the holley fuel injection or needs an electric fuel pump above and beyond the "universal replacements" but don't want to pay the $105 or whatever for the Holley one, here's what you need.

I just replaced mine with it. It works great and keeps up with my 670cfm Holley and 350hp 360 engine.
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Old 05-02-2003, 02:04 PM
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Part numbers for a TFI ignition upgrade using Borg/Warner Select components.

TFI Upgrade for a 1986 J20 360V8

Parts Manufacturer - Borg Warner Select
Parts Make/Model - 1984 Ford F350 460V8 ECC ignition)

Cap adapter C194A 51-26303

Distributor cap C194

Ignition coil E92 (TFI)

Rotor D166

TFI Coil socket - Conduct Tite 85121 (Pep Boys)

Plug wires CH857 8mm 26-2602 (enclosed coil wire is for can type coil to snap on terminal cap C194. Ask for optional TFI coil wire. Keep the enclosed wire and old can type coil as a back up while trying out your'e new TFI upgrade).
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Old 05-03-2003, 02:31 AM
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Don't forget numbers for the 230 "Tornado".
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