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Nice... it's like driving a new truck I'm sure.

Imagine what it would look like with one of those ModBox super charger kits...
 


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thats exactly what my buddy told me. it will probably never get any boost to be honest. probably.....
 

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$800 all in....

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if anyones curious, i put the ranger on the dyno today

nothing has changed besides a sohc swap.
stock internal sohc with gibson headers.
35" tires, c4 trans, and 5.13 gears.

with the ohv it put down 100 hp and 143tq
as i rolled into the dyno on the old OHV tune the truck made 168hp/180tq *note that the programming for the ohv was completely safe to run. it wasnt lean anywhere in the rpm range. so a tune wasnt absolutely necessary
after some adjustments to the computer the final numbers were 179 hp/185tq


*note that the programming for the ohv was completely safe to run the sohc on. it wasnt lean anywhere in the rpm range. so for anyone considering this EEC-IV SOHC swap. a custom tune wasnt absolutely necessary.

to add.
heres a pic of a dyno sheet for a 5.0 explorer completely stock with stock sized tires.:ROFLMAO:
Your numbers are pretty much inline with what ModdBox shows on their webpage for a stock SOHC (165 HP / 185 lbft), I doubt they were testing with 5.13 gears though. 3.5psi of boost is supposed to get you another 50hp and 52 lbft of Tq to the wheels.
We shall soon see...
 


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