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not a whole lot of activity on the duratec threads guys.. wats up wit dat?:icon_confused:
 


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I think it's because not many people are having trouble with their Duratecs. They seem to be really good reliable engines.
 

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I'd say lack of activity is a good thing. Engine has been around in Rangers for 8 years and I haven't heard of many major problems.
 

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4-Bangers ! Yeah
 

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haha yea im definately pumped about not seein problematic posts... but come on, no one is gettin creative with mods? i been readin alot of focus forums and those guys are doin some pretty gnarly stuff wit the d23(our motor) there is throttle body upgrades that are bigger for more flow. throttle body spacers.. intake manifolds.. larger MAF sensor inlets and ecu tunes to let the computer accept more air flow.. lots of pretty intresting stuff:icon_thumby:
 


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